Muslim terrorist who murdered Rabbi Ettinger and Staff Sgt Gal Kaidan eliminated near Ramallah
BREAKING: Israeli security forces eliminated Muslim terrorist Omar Abu Lila in a shootout in the Arab village of Abu Ein near Ramallah.
According to Arab reports, the IDF blew up a house in which the Muslim terrorist who murdered Rabbi Ettinger and Staff Sgt Gal Kaidan was hiding.
Eleven Muslim terrorists were reportedly injured as a result of the explosion and exchanges of fire with the terrorist.
As they circled the structure “the perpetrator opened fire at our forces and was killed in the exchange of fire,” an official statement from Israeli authorities said.
There were no Israeli injuries.
Violent riots ongoing in the Arab village of Abu Ein, with Muslim terrorists attacking counter-terrorism forces operating in the area.
Arabs report that the village’s power was cut.
“In a joint operation, the Yamam special anti-terror unit, the Shin Bet and IDF hunted down the terrorist who murdered two Israelis near Ariel”, the Israel Police said in a statement.
“This evening the Yamam unit engaged in a gun battle with the terrorist who opened fire at the forces. They responded and he was shot and killed. No officers were injured in the gun battle”, the Israel Police added.
“We thank the IDF and the security forces for doing their duty and eliminating the cursed terrorist who murdered our beloved Ahiad and the IDF soldier, may Hashem avenge their blood. We expect the Israeli government to fight to eradicate terrorism and continue and expel the family of the terrorist and all his collaborators and his entire family”, Rabbi Ettinger’s widow said in a video message shortly after the elimination.
Israeli security forces have been carrying out a massive manhunt since Sunday morning when 20-year-old Muslim terrorist Omar Abu Lila arrived at the Ariel Junction, stabbed Sgt. Gal Kaidan and shot him with his own gun, then shot another man, stole his car and fled the scene. Then he drove to a bus stop at Gitai Avishar Junction, where he shot Rabbi Ahiad Ettinger, before fleeing the scene in the direction of Barkan.
A second IDF soldier, Alexander Dvorsky, was taken to the Beilinson Hospital in critical condition. He is no longer in mortal danger, hospital officials said Tuesday morning. He is fully conscious, breathing on his own and speaking. He is listed now in moderate to severe condition.