Shooting attack in Samaria: Muslim terrorists open fire on bus north of Ariel
BREAKING: Shots were fired by Muslim terrorists at a bus traveling near the Arab village of Deir Istiya, north of Ariel in Samaria.
The bus continued traveling to Neve Menachem where first responders met up with the bus.
According to United Hatzalah, one woman was treated for shock.
Miraculously, no other injuries were reported.
After protests by local residents over the security situation, the IDF began placing metal shelters at central junctions in Judea and Samaria.
Residents of Judea and Samaria demand to immediately remove the shame and to stop sheltering them in bunkers instead of implementing effective measures to counter terrorism.
The Defense Ministry imposed a general closure in Judea and Samaria in preparation for a feared rise of terror attacks during the Jewish holiday of Purim. The closure started at midnight and will end at 11:59 p.m. on Saturday night.
Yamam anti-terror unit, Shin Bet and the IDF have been carrying out a massive manhunt since Sunday morning after a Muslim terrorist murdered Rabbi Achiad Ettinger and IDF Staff Sgt. Gal Kaidan in a combined stabbing and shooting attack in Samaria and fled.
In another incident, explosive devices were thrown by Muslim terrorists from a passing vehicle at IDF troops who were securing the entry of Jewish worshipers to the biblical Joseph’s Tomb in the Shechem area.
In response, IDF soldiers opened fire towards the terrorists and an IDF bulldozer rammed their car.
Hamas terror group has been called for a “day of rage” in protest for the elimination of three terrorists overnight in Judea and Samaria.
Hamas continues to praise the eliminated terrorist Omar Abu Lila, despite the fact that he was a member of the al-Aqsa Martyr’s Brigades, the armed wing of Fatah terror group.