Bomb thrown at Border Police base near Jerusalem – Riots in Ramallah – Rock-throwing attacks in Judea-Samaria
An explosive device thrown by Muslim terrorists exploded outside the Beit HaMoshal Border Police base in Abu Dis on Monday evening.
The bomb exploded outside the base, causing no damage or casualties.
Manhunt for the Muslim terrorists underway, including sweeps of the area and roadblocks in the surrounding villages.
“The Border Police will work together with the various security organizations on both the intelligence and operational levels to stop the attackers at the Border Police base in Abu Dis, activities that have in the past led to locating the terrorists and bringing them to trial,” said a Border Police statement.
Violent riots broke out in the al-Amari neighborhood of Ramallah, with Muslim terrorists burning tires and throwing rocks and firebombs at Israeli troops operating in the area.
Border Police forces used crowd dispersal methods to distance the terrorists attacking the troops.
According to Arab reports, 28 terrorists were injured during the riots, including 14 wounded by rubber bullets.
Muslim terrorists continue attempting to murder Jews by throwing rocks, burning tires and firebombs at passing vehicles on several routes in Judea, Samaria, and the Jordan Valley.
There were no casualties in any of the terror attacks, though there is damage to the windshields.