MK Tzvi Sukkot (Religious Zionist Party) on Tuesday evening visited the scene of the attack in Huwara, in which an Israeli was lightly injured after terrorists fired more than 10 bullets towards his car.
Speaking while standing next to the vehicle which was attacked, he said, “I was making my way home from the Knesset, when I heard on the radio the report about the shooting attack. I came here…this vehicle was hit. A dozen bullets were fired at it. Miraculously, it ended without any deaths.”
“This has to stop today. The checkpoints must be returned. This is [a matter of] pikuach nefesh (preservation of human life). The person who sat in this vehicle was almost murdered. This cannot continue. The checkpoints must be returned, plus a wide scale operation in northern Samaria. We will do everything to make sure that happens,” stated Sukkot.