IOF soldier seriously injured in car ramming, stabbing operation


Israeli media described the attack as “very exceptional”.

  • Picture taken after a car ramming operation at a settlement near occupied al-Khalil on Dec. 29, 2023 (Social media)

Israeli media reported on a car ramming operation in Haifa, right at the entrance to the occupation’s naval base, seriously injuring an Israeli occupation soldier. 

Reportedly, the person who carried out the operation attempted to stab the soldier, resulting in serious injuries, before he was shot dead by occupation forces. 

The operation was described as “very exceptional” by Israeli media.

More operations to defend Palestine

On January 15, Israeli media admitted that in a stabbing-vehicle ramming double operation in different areas in the “Ra’anana” settlement, northeast of “Tel Aviv”, one settler was killed and more than 20 were injured. Three of said injuries were critical.

Israeli media said the double attack was carried out by one person, who first carried out a stabbing, then took over 3 cars and began a successive ramming operation. He was subsequently detained by the Israeli occupation forces.

On January 7, a car ramming operation took place in northwest occupied al-Quds, resulting in two injuries, including an Israeli recruitee, Israeli media reported.

On the other hand, Palestinian media confirmed that the Israeli occupation forces on site killed a 3-year-old Palestinian girl and another Palestinian who were in another vehicle, as they opened fire on the Palestinian who allegedly carried out the attack, also killing him. 

An Israeli settler was also killed on the same day in a shooting operation in the Oyoun al-Haramiyah area to the north of Ramallah.

The operations come in response to the intensifying violent Israeli aggressions against Palestinians in the West Bank, which are taking place in parallel with the ongoing genocide the occupation entity is committing in Gaza.





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