A ramming attack took place near the Jewish community of Negohot in the Hebron area.
A terrorist sped his car up and rammed into an IDF soldier who was seriously injured in the attack.
An IDF spokesman said the terrorist was neutralized and that the details of the incident were under investigation.
The IDF soldier was identified as Shadi Ibrahim, a Druze soldier from the Druze village of Sajur.
Shadi’s uncle told Channel 13 News: “He comes from a family of soldiers. It’s a very difficult event for anyone looking for peace. I wish for all parents that their sons will return home healthy.”
“A terrorist was speeding toward IDF soldiers near a military post near the Negohot settlement in the Judea Regional Area,” an IDF spokesman said. “The terrorist struck one of the soldiers, another soldier opened fire at the terrorist and neutralized him. The wounded man is receiving medical treatment at the hospital.”
The terrorist was identified as 19-year-old Baha-al-Din Uawda from the Hebron area. He left a suicide note in his pocket where he wrote about the Al-Aqsa Mosque, Paradise and other religious messages. “God forgive me,” he wrote.
MDA paramedic Elyashiv Amthi said: “When we arrived at the site, an IDF medical staff member was provided medical treatment to a young person who was injured by the vehicle. We quickly put him into the intensive care unit and he was evacuated in stable condition and fully conscious to the hospital.”