An Arab Muslim driver plowed his vehicle into a crowd of people at a light rail station along the seam-line between East and West Jerusalem today (November 5, 2014), killing a Border Police officer, and injuring 14 more people, according to the Times of Israel website.
"Ten people were wounded, one of whom is in critical condition," emergency services spokesman Zaki Heller said.
The fatality was named as Border Police officer Jedan Assad, 38, from Beit Jann, a Druze village. Assad was a father to a three-year-old boy; his wife is five months pregnant.
The terrorist driver was identified as 48-year-old Ibrahim al-Akary from Shuafat in East Jerusalem, a father of five. He was shot and killed by Israeli police.