Illustrative photo of female IDF soldiers. (Hadas Parush/Flash90) (Hadas Parush/Flash90)
IDF soldiers

Demonstrating they are not interested in peace and only in perpetuating hate and violence, Palestinians attacked two female IDF soldiers who mistakenly entered the Palestinian city of Tulkarem, but luckily were rescued by Israeli security forces.

Two female soldiers in Israeli Defense Forces were rescued by security forces on Sept. 12 after getting lost in a Palestinian village, according to an IDF spokesperson.

Once the soldiers realized they had driven into the Samarian Authority city of Tulkarem, which is located near Netanya, they called police.

Local villagers began throwing rocks at their vehicle before the soldiers were rescued by Palestinian security. Both soldiers received light injuries and are reported to be in good condition.

Initial reports claim the soldiers got lost by using GPS navigation app WAZE, which turned off during the journey and inadvertently led them to drive into a Palestinian village,Yediot Aharonot reported.

In Feb., two IDF soldiers mistakenly drove into the Kalandiya refugee camp after using WAZE. The soldiers were also rescued after being surrounded by Palestinians who attacked their vehicle with rocks and firebombs.

The IDF is still investigating the incident.