The 51-year-old driver sustained light injuries after being struck in the head by a brick • IDF helicopter shot at over Tulkarm • Hebron terrorists’ homes mapped for demolition.
An Israeli bus driver was lightly wounded on Tuesday when a brick was thrown at his vehicle in the Palestinian village of Hajjah in northern Samaria, according to Israeli media reports.
The 51-year-old reportedly entered the town to refuel his vehicle and was confronted by local residents who then assaulted him, hurling a brick through the windshield and striking him in the head.
He was treated by first responders at the scene before being transported to Beilinson Hospital in Petah Tikva for further treatment.
IDF helicopter targeted
Terrorists opened fire on an Israel Defense Forces helicopter flying low over the Palestinian city of Tulkarm in Samaria on Wednesday morning, according to Arab reports.
Video circulating online appears to show the gunmen shooting at the helicopter.
No injuries or damage were reported.
IDF maps homes of Hebron terrorists
Israeli security forces on Tuesday night mapped for demolition the homes of the two Palestinian terrorists who murdered kindergarten teacher Batsheva Nigri in front of her young daughter on Monday.
During the operation in Hebron, Israeli forces were attacked with stones, fireworks and firebombs.
No Israeli casualties were reported.
Batsheva Nigri, 42, a kindergarten teacher from Beit Hagai, was killed on Monday when terrorists opened fire on her vehicle on Route 60, close to the Beit Hagai Junction. Another individual, identified as Aryeh Gottlieb, was seriously wounded in the attack.
Nigri’s 12-year-old daughter, who was in the back seat of the car at the time of the attack, was not injured.
The suspects, identified as Mohammed and Sarker Shantir, were captured in Hebron along with the M-16 assault rifle believed to have been used in the attack.
Image: A bus with pictures of women that was vandalized by extreme ultra-Orthodox Jews, in the Geula neighborhood in Jerusalem, August 20, 2023. Photo by Chaim Goldberg/Flash90