Incited by the Palestinian leadership, Palestinian terrorists continue to attack Israelis, especially in Hebron.

IDF forces shot and wounded a female Palestinian terrorist in Hebron on Sunday after she attempted to stab them.

No Israelis were wounded in the attack.

An Israeli medical team treated the terrorist for moderate wounds. In the meantime, Palestinians began to riot in the area, hindering the medical team’s efforts to treat her, and one of the medics was lightly wounded in the rioting.

The terrorist was subsequently evacuated to a hospital in Jerusalem for further treatment.

The Hebron area has been the scene of multiple such attacks in the past several months, as the terrorists have moved their focus away from Jerusalem to Hebron.

Similarly, female terrorists have taken a more prominent role in the current wave of terror attacks.

Earlier in the day, a tourist was stabbed and wounded by a Palestinian in Bethlehem near the Church of Nativity. He was taken to an Israeli checkpoint and treated by IDF medics for light stab wounds, and then was evacuated to an Israeli hospital in the capital.

The police later determined that incident was crime-related after dispelling initial fears that it was another terror attack, and said they knew the identity of the attacker and would operate to arrest him.

These incidents were the latest in a long series of almost daily Palestinian terror attacks that have plagued Israelis over the course of the past three months, claiming the lives of 21 victims and wounding some 250.

By: Max Gelber, United with Isarel