Two Wounded in Stabbing Attack; Palestinian Attempts to Ram Car Into Soldiers

Jerusalem assailant succumbs to wounds after being shot at scene, passerby wounded by shrapnel; Palestinian attacker shot, killed in West Bank.

Israeli security forces near the Damascus Gate in Jerusalem, October 26, 2014.Olivier Fittousi

Palestinian tries to ram car into Israeli soldiers, is shot and killed

A Palestinian tried to ram a vehicle into Israeli soldiers Friday afternoon during a protest near the West Bank town of Silwad, northeast of Ramallah. No soldiers were wounded and the Palestinian driver was shot and killed.

Assailant identified as 20-year-old from East Jerusalem

Assailant identified as 20-year-old Mohammad Abu Khalaf, from Kafr Aqab, East Jerusalem.

Cleared for publication: Wounded Israelis were Border Police officers

Cleared for publication: The two Israelis wounded in the attack were Border Police officers.

Assailant succumbs to wounds

The assailant behind the attack succumbs to his wounds.

Palestinian passerby wounded by shrapnel

A female Palestinian passerby in her 50s was lightly wounded after being hit by shrapnel.

Two lightly wounded after being stabbed in upper body, emergency responders say

Magen David Adom emergency responders say two Israelis in their 20s were lightly wounded after being stabbed in the upper body. They were provided medical care at the scene before being evacuated to Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem.

Assailant shot at scene

Assailant behind stabbing attack shot at scene. Area closed off, police at scene.

Stabbing attack reported near Jerusalem's Damascus Gate

Two reported wounded in stabbing attack at Jerusalem's Damascus Gate.