A pickup truck rammed into a group of Zionists assembled at a rail road station in occupied East Jerusalem on Wednesday, killing one person and wounding a number of others, the Zionist Channel 2 reported.
The operation was carried out by a Palestinian from the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Shuafat, it added.
Palestinian Islamic Resistance movement Hamas claimed responsibility for the daring operation.
Zionist newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth stated that the Palestinian driver first hit a group of security forces waiting at a crosswalk on a main road, and then headed for the train station and continued driving down the street, hitting cars. He then rammed into a group of pedestrian Zionists with his car, killing one settler and leaving two with serious wounds, two others in moderate condition and one in light condition.
He then continued to hit a number of cars and then stopped, exited the car holding a metal bar and proceeded to attack additional pedestrians. Border Patrol forces then shot and killed him.
The Zionist Minister of Internal Security said that one of occupation Border Patrol troops is among the injured.
However, Haaretz newspaper admitted that the operation left 14 casualties, while Palestine Today new agency stated that the young Palestinian was martyred after killing 2 settlers and wounding 8 others.