Muslim terrorist connected to Ofra, Givat Assaf shooting attacks caught and arrested in Ramallah
BREAKING: A Muslim terrorist connected to the shooting attacks in Ofra and Givat Assaf was caught and arrested by elite undercover forces in Ramallah.
According to Arab reports, the terrorist was caught by the undercover forces and pulled out of a store in the terror nest of Kobar. He has been identified as Cheb Mohammed Maher Barghouti, from the Barghouti clan of Muslim terrorists.
Earlier on Saturday, the Muslim terrorist who stabbed and hit a soldier with a rock near the Jewish community of Beit El on Friday turned himself in and is being interrogated by the Shin Bet.
The IDF is still hunting for the Muslim terrorists who carried out the drive-by shooting near the Jewish community of Givat Assaf in Binyamin in which two combat soldiers, Sgt. Yossi Cohen and Staff Sgt. Yovel Mor-Yosef were murdered and two others were wounded.
Last week, elite Yamam counter-terrorism forces shot and eliminated one of the Muslim terrorists behind the shooting attack near the Jewish community of Ofra.
Acting on intelligence leads, Yamam forces stopped their vehicle next to a parked taxi where the terrorist was sitting.
The terrorist attempted to escape but troops opened fire, critically wounding him. Later, his condition improved to eliminated at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem. He was identified as 29-year-old Salah Barghouti, another member of the Barghouti clan of jihadists.
Salah is the son of Omar Barghouti, a senior Hamas terrorist who spent 28 years in Israeli prisons. His elder son, Assam, was jailed 11 years for terrorism and planning to abduct Israeli soldiers.