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Three Israeli Border Police Wounded in West Bank Attack

Knife used in attack on Israeli Border Police, October 31, 2016 (Photo: twitter/IDFSpokesperson)

The wave of terror that began a year ago this fall continues. The Jerusalem Post reports that a terrorist wounded three police officers in the West Bank during a car ramming attack and attempted stabbing:

Three Border Police officers were lightly wounded in a car ramming attack at the Okafim Junction near Beit Ummar in the West Bank on Sunday.

The suspected terrorist was killed by security forces on the scene...

The wounded officers were transported to Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem for further treatment.

Earlier on Sunday, a five-year-old child suffered a head wound when assailants threw rocks at vehicles on the Tekoa Road in the West Bank near the T Junction.

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