Dozens of people demonstrated Wednesday night at the entrance to Jerusalem, protesting the bombing which took place there on Wednesday morning.
The bombing was the first of two bombings in Jerusalem, with the second bombing occurring half an hour later. A total of 18 people were injured and a 15-year-old boy killed in the pair of terror attacks.
The demonstrators held signs on which the words, "Death to terrorists," and, "Jewish blood is not forfeit," were written.
They also blocked Route 1, the main highway between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, for a short time, before being distanced from the site by police.
Security forces have not yet apprehended the terrorists responsible for the bombings, and there are currently no leads in identifying them. However, it is suspected - among other reasons due to location - that the terrorists responsible for the bombings are residents of Jerusalem's Arab neighborhoods and hold Israeli identity cards.
At the same time, it is not yet clear which terror group they belong to and how prepared they were, security forces have promised that "sooner or later, we will lay our hands on the terrorists."
Earlier on Wednesday, it was reported that security cameras at the entrance to Jerusalem were not operational, leading to delays in the investigation of the attacks.