|Attacker foiled at Efrat checkpoint a couple of hours ago;|
she's alive and no one is bleeding [Image Source]
- A Palestinian Arab woman tried to launch a knifing attack on IDF personnel near Anabta, a village in the Samaria district. Someone alert from among the uniformed service people there spotted her and shot her. She is dead. No one else is hurt. [Ynet, December 01, 2015]
- Very close to the site of the first attack, in fact strolling distance, a young Palestinian Arab female (name and age not yet reported - that's her in the photo above) was stopped at an IDF checkpoint near Efrat, in Gush Etzion. She arousing the soldiers' suspicions for reasons not yet publicized, and was required to undergo a search. A knife was found among her belongings and she was promptly arrested and being interrogated at the scene. No injuries to anyone. [Ynet, December 01, 2015]
- A Palestinian Arab woman was shot while trying to stab an IDF officer at a checkpoint next to the Einav community (population: about 600) in the Samaria district. No Israeli casualties, but it appears the woman is now dead. [Times of Israel, December 01, 2015]
And the big picture is worse than the detailed one: according to a poll last month [reported in our post: "22-Sep-15: What do the Palestinian Arabs think?" and echoed in the current edition of The Economist] by a Palestinian Arab survey group, most Palestinians want a return to "armed uprising".