The attacker is no longer alive, according to Ynet. Ma'an News Agency calls him Muhammad Zahran Abdul-Halim Zahran, 22, from a village called Kafr Ad Dik.
This attack serves as a reminder of the extent to which the allure of terrorism has Palestinian Arab society in its grip.
The numbers show clear, unambiguous and widespread support for a violent, armed intifada against the Israelis: 60% support it today, up from 57% in the PSR September 2015 poll. The cohort most opposed to a two-state solution and most supportive of "an armed intifada and stabbings" is the one aged between 18 and 22. Two-thirds of Palestinian Arabs say they are in favour of stabbing attacks on Israelis. There's no number published for how many of them support those other violent means (shootings, vehicle-rammings, nuclear bombs, poisoning the wells)... ["14-Dec-15: What do the Palestinian Arabs think?"]War.