Israeli settler seriously injured in stabbing operation in Al-Quds
Israeli occupation police assume that one or two Palestinians carried out the operation, and they managed to flee the scene unharmed.
An illegal Israeli settler was seriously injured on Thursday in a stabbing operation in the illegal settlement of “Gilo”, south of occupied Al-Quds.
The Israeli occupation police said they combed the area in search of the men who carried out the operation and managed to withdraw unharmed, adding that "a large police force, with the help of a helicopter, is still in their pursuit."
Israeli media reported that the occupation police and the Shin Bet intelligence service suspect that one or two Palestinians are behind the stabbing operation.
The Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth claimed that two knives were found at the scene and indicated that the injured settler was 30 years old.
As “Israel” intensifies and escalates its attacks on the Palestinian, acts of resistance continue in the West Bank and Al-Quds, especially during the past week, which resulted in the injury of 6 illegal settlers, while 5 Palestinians were martyred.
During the period between July 7 and 13, the Palestinian Information Center documented 182 acts of resistance, including 15 shootings, two rockets launched, and two stabbing or attempted stabbing operations.
Moreover, Palestinians burned three military facilities, vehicles, and posts and destroyed 10 vehicles and equipment of the occupation in separate parts of the occupied West Bank. Palestinian youths used Molotov cocktails and firecrackers in four different locations and confronted settlers in 20 areas across the occupied West Bank.