2 IDF soldiers wounded during Friday riots after mosque in Samaria

BREAKING: Two IDF soldiers were lightly wounded during violent Muslim riots at the entrance to the Arab village of Kafr Qaddum in western Samaria.

As every Friday after mosque, violent riots broke out in Kafr Qaddum in the Qalqiliya area, with Muslim terrorists burning tires, throwing rocks, firebombs and attacking IDF troops operating in the area.

IDF troops responded with riot dispersal means including rubber bullets at main terrorists, in accordance with the rules of engagement.

At least 15 Muslim terrorists were injured with rubber bullets and tear gas, according to the Red Crescent.

In addition, Arabs report the arrest of a wanted terrorist during a counter-terrorism operation in the Arab village of Zabuba, west of Jenin in northern Samaria.

Masked Fatah terrorists were seen walking and shooting in the air to impose a Coronavirus curfew in the terror nest of Bnei Naim, near Kiryat Arba in the Hevron area.