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Three Injured in Car-Ramming Attack

Scene of car-ramming attack, March 4, 2018 (Photo: United Hatzalah)

Terror again struck the Holy Land on Sunday when an Arab terrorist carried out a car-ramming attack. JNS reports that an Israeli Border Police officer and two IDF soldiers were wounded in the attack in the town of Akko:

An Israeli Border Police officer and two Israel Defense Forces soldiers were injured in a car-ramming attack in the northern Israeli city of Akko.

According to Israeli police, an Israeli-Arab man driving in a Jeep ran over a border police officer near the coastal city’s market, then continued driving, eventually hitting two soldiers near the train station. Police later declared the incident a terror attack.

“This is an extremely serious incident,” said Akko’s Chief Superintendent Yaniv Ronen. “The identity of the driver is known, and we are also looking into that...”

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