The Israeli occupation police announced that two of its members ran over in the city of Umm al-Fahm
The Israeli occupation police announced that two of its members were injured, today, Friday, after they were run over in the city of Umm al-Fahm in the north of the country.
The police said in a statement that “during the activity of border guards in Umm al-Fahm city, a suspect driving a vehicle arrived at the place and ran over the police, injuring two fighters, one of whom was slightly injured, and the other was described as moderate.”
The statement added that the police responded by firing at the vehicle, wounding two people, and stopped the vehicle and seized an illegal pistol, as he put it.
The Israeli police had stated in a previous statement that they had arrested 6 residents of Umm al-Fahm, on suspicion of participating in what it described as “riots” in the city yesterday evening.
Umm al-Fahm witnessed – on Thursday evening – shootings and the burning of houses and cars, against the background of a murder.
In recent years, Arab citizens of the occupying state have been suffering from the spread of the phenomenon of unlicensed weapons, and the killings that killed dozens of them.