Early on Sunday morning, Palestinian terrorists opened fire on IDF troops in Northern Samaria. West of Shechem, the terrorists fired upon a military outpost.
Three of the terrorists were killed when the military fired back. A fourth terrorist was apprehended by the military and taken for questioning by the security personnel.
The soldiers, who were part of the reconnaissance squad of the Golani brigade, sustained no injuries.
Any terrorist organization has not claimed the act, and neither the identities of the perpetrators nor their affiliation with any organizations has been made public.
The military took the attackers’ three M-16 weapons, a handgun, and magazines.
A photograph from the area showed soldiers standing next to a car that the terrorists had reportedly utilized.
The attack came after the Dizengoff attack, which injured three individuals, and was one of several fights over a stormy weekend.
Although one of the injured people’s condition has improved over the weekend, it is still terrible.
An explosive device was placed on a Betar Illit bus on Thursday night by a terrorist who then got off the vehicle and tried to detonate it remotely.
The bomb did not go off, and security personnel over the weekend captured the terrorist, a resident of the nearby village of Batir.
A young man was shot and killed on Friday in Samaria after he threw gasoline bombs at IDF soldiers. A terrorist was foiled in his attempt to infiltrate a farm outpost south of Ariel on the same day.