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Car Ramming Attack in Judean Hills. Brother & Sister Seriously Injured

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An Arab Muslim car driver decided to ram his car into teenage siblings standing at a bus stop. A police officer was right behind the event and his dashcam caught the attack on camera. He also killed the terrorist.

The 17-year-old, Nachum Nevis, sustained a serious head injury. His 19-year-old sister, Noam, only sustained a light injury. They both live in the Gush Etzion area of the Judean hills.

These two siblings are the children of the local dentist of my children.

Nachum sustained an injury to his head and is in serious condition, unconscious and on a respirator, while his sister Noam was moderately injured.

Professor Yoram Weiss, Medical Director at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, described Nachum’s injuries as “very serious.” “He has a brain injury, a severe brain hemorrhage and a fracture in his skull. His life is in danger.”

Dr. Bala Miklush, who heads Hadassah Ein Kerem’s Trauma Department, said: “We received the young man of 17, who was sedated and on a respirator. Initial examinations showed that he had suffered a head injury. He is not yet out of danger. He is currently being operated on by our surgical staff. .”

The public is asked to pray for Nachum Elimelech ben (son of -ed.) Zahava Rivka, and Noam bat (daughter of – ed.) Zahava Rivka.

What Happened

An IDF statement read: “Following the report regarding a car-ramming attack adjacent to the community of Elazar, southwest of Bethlehem, an initial inquiry into the incident indicates that a terrorist ran over two civilians. The civilians were injured and evacuated to a hospital for medical treatment. The terrorist was neutralized. IDF troops are at the scene.”

A police officer noticed a vehicle driving quickly towards a bus stop and injured two young people standing there. The police officer shot at the driver when he attempted to exit his vehicle, and killed him.

Gush Etzion Regional Council Head Shlomo Ne’eman responded: “Unfortunately we are experiencing a lack of deterrence that’s affecting residents of Gush Etzion in particular and Judea and Samaria in general.”

“We demand from the government action that will lead to the end of this uncertainty for the future of Judea and Samaria. We are calling for the establishment of sovereignty and the answer is to continue to build and grow in Judea and Samaria.

“To the terrorists we say – you have no chance, and you have no future. We have faith that the IDF and security forces in the area will do everything possible to restore security to the Gush/Hevron area quickly. We wish those injured a speedy recovery and wish their families well.”