Tayar Security Report July 2, 2012
These reports are translated and publicized by
Yehudit Tayar via Hatzalah Yehudah and Shomron with the clearance and confirmation of the IDF. Hatzalah Yehudah and Shomron is a voluntary emergency medical organization with over 500 volunteer doctors, paramedics, medics who are on call 24/7 and work along with the IDF, 669 IAF Airborn Rescue, the security officers and personal throughout Yesha and the Jordan Valley, and with MDA.
July 1, 2012
Massive rock attacks on the Gush Etzion-Hebron Highway near Bet Umar causing damage to vehicles. Crowds of Arabs blocked the highway in both directions. The IDF went in to restore order. The Arabs circled and attacked the military force and 1 of the Arabs was arrested by the army. A large number of IDF soldiers protected the road and restored order ensuring the travel on both sides of the road.
Near Neve Zuf at Nebi Zalach Arab crowds threw rocks and attacked Israeli vehicles. IDF went in to disperse the Arab attackers.
Near El Arub on the Gush Etzion-Hebron Highway Arabs attacked Israeli vehicles including a bus with rocks.
Haramia Valley north of the British police Junction in the Benjamin Region, Arabs attacked Israeli vehicles with rocks.
443 Highway near the Dor Gas Station 3 Molotov cocktails were thrown on Israeli cars. The Arab terrorists also lit a pipe bomb on the highway.
Arabs from the village Betin attacked Israeli vehicles with rocks between the T-Junction and Ophra in the Benjamin region. Several vehicles were damaged.
June 30, 2012
During the night an Israeli driver reached the check post at Maccabim on Highway 443 with his head injured and reported that he had picked up 2 hitch hikers who then attacked him with a glass bottle and attempted to steal his car. He was evacuated to Sha'are Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem with moderate injuries to his head.
June 29, 2012
3 Border policemen moderately injured in Kedum from rocks thrown by Arabs at them. 1 was evacuated to Belinson Hospital for medical treatment, 2 were injured in their legs and did not need medical treatment.