Monday's Car Attack
Monday's Car AttackEliran Moskovitz

Rock attacks on vehicles in Judea and Samaria continued Monday after Palestinians threw stones at a car near Shilo Junction in Binyamin. 

The passengers, two women from the Yitzhar village in Samaria, were both injured. 

As a result of the rocks, one woman was struck in her stomach, the other in her head. Both are fully conscious. 

Magen David Adom teams were called to the scene where they provided medical treatment to the two women. 

IDF soldiers arrived and began searching the area for perpetrators. 

Terror attacks such as these have been on the rise in recent months, with such attacks occurring nearly every day on the periphery of many communities. 

In mid-December, a four-year-old boy was lightly wounded after rocks were thrown at a car he was traveling in near the Gush Etzion Junction.

The week before that a Jewish Israeli was lightly injured after Arab terrorists hurled rocks at his car at the Habitot Junction south of Shechem (Nablus) in Samaria.

A police investigation into that incident revealed that unexpected shower of rocks caused the driver to lose control of his vehicle and crash into a wall.