The terror victim's overturned vehicle
The terror victim's overturned vehiclefree

A pregnant woman driving home late on Thursday night lost control of her vehicle during a terror attack.

The woman, a resident of Yitzhar driving between Huwara and Yitzhar at nearly midnight, noticed a suspicious movement at the side of the road, and immediately afterwards was hit by a barrage of rocks. She tried to veer to the left to avoid the rocks, but lost control of the vehicle, which overturned on the road.

IDF forces called to the scene began searching for the terrorists and evacuated the woman, who is in an advanced stage of pregnancy, to the hospital, where she underwent a series of examinations.

Elazar Riger, the woman's husband, wrote on the community WhatsApp group on Friday morning, "This story could have ended completely differently! We have been in the emergency room the entire night, and in the meantime there is no expectation that they will release us. My pregnant wife is undergoing a series of examinations, both for her and the fetus."

"As of now it seems that my wife received a few bruises and other than that she is physically fine, thank G-d. But emotionally it will take her a long time to recover."

He added, "Understand, this is the reality of our daily lives here in Samaria. Thousands of rocks are hurled every single hour, every day, and stories like this repeat themselves daily. Please, share this story, so that every Jew knows what is happening here in the Land of Israel, right under their noses. Friends, this really could have ended differently. I ask you, I beg you, go now to demonstrate and to protect our lives."

Following the terror attack, Jewish residents of the area have announced that they will demonstrate at the scene of the attack, demanding a series of drastic steps against the increasing terror.