IDF Soldier shoots dead a Palestinian targeting Israeli vehicles near Hebron

Israel’s army says the dead roadside-terrorist was among a group of 3 throwing stones & firebombs at Israeli cars near Hebron, and has ordered an investigation into the incident.



Early on Monday morning IDF forces shot and killed a Palestinian near Hebron who was part of a group throwing firebombs and stones at passing Israeli drivers.


IDF soldiers man a checkpoint in Hebron on June 17 – Photo: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST

The incident occurred west of the village of Samu near Hebron.

The IDF said that the deceased was among three masked man who were throwing the objects at the drivers. After firing warning shots, the IDF fired on the suspects.

Following the event, the IDF has ordered the opening of a military police investigation.

Palestinian news agency Ma’an identified the deceased man as 22-year-old Munir Ahmed Badarin.


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  1. Although I don’t like this, this needs to be SOP. Then parents won’t be sending their kids out to kill Jews so readily.

  2. Clea Belcher says:

    The video is unclear. It looks to me like the near lane of traffic had been stopped and the terrorists were heaving into the opposite lane. They were trying to burn people alive, if the fire bombs went through the wind shields. Sometimes examples must be made.

  3. Clea Belcher says:

    We can remember also the deaths of Asher Palmer and his infant son Yonatan who were killed by a rock thrown through their wind shield, near Kiryat Arba. Enough is enough of all terrorism. Evil must be purged from the land and peace must be embraced for the people to prosper.

  4. Clea Belcher says:

    There must be peace in Israel and respect for life. It is ludicrous to say that Israelis hate Arabs, or any other people. Israel lives for peace. What tourist or other person wants to visit a country torn by terrorism? Many Arabs are now prospering in the peace of Israel. It is in the interest of Arabs to embrace peace. Love is the fulfilling of the laws of the Almighty. Whatever other nations do they will be held accountable. But let’s start with the Capital being a place of peace and prayer for all nations.

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