Jerusalem: Bus carrying Jewish families ambushed by firebomb-throwing Muslim terrorists

BREAKING: Muslim terrorists attempted to murder Jews by throwing firebombs at a bus near the Dung Gate in the Old City of Jerusalem.

At least 10 firebombs were thrown by the terrorists at a bus filled with families making their way to Jewish homes in the Village of Shiloah, in what appears to be a well-planned terror attack.

The vehicle was completely destroyed by the fire as a result of the attack.

Miraculously, no one was hurt.

Earlier on Thursday, Muslim terrorists continued attempting to murder Jews by throwing rocks at passing vehicles throughout Judea and Samaria.

Rocks were thrown at a bus near Hizma, north of Jerusalem, on Route Jerusalem-Gush Etzion and near the terror nest of al-Lubban ash-Sharqiya in the Shechem area.

As a part of a wide range of counter-terrorism activities to eliminate the throwing of rocks and firebombs on Israeli routes, the IDF, Shin Bet and Border Police operated last in al-Lubban ash-Sharqiya. Five Muslim terrorists who attempted to murder Jews by throwing rocks at vehicles passing on Highway 60 were arrested.

A Muslim terrorist was caught with a knife and arrested by security forces Thursday afternoon near the Jewish community of Maale Efraim in the Jordan Valley. According to security forces, the terrorist was spotted, chased and arrested by IDF troops after attempting to enter the grounds of a school.