One terrorist attack from the Gaza Strip took place when a rocket was fired into Israel on 26 February. There were no similar attacks in January.
Three Israelis – one civilian and two security officers – were injured in terrorist attacks in February. They were all wounded during separate stone hurling and firebombing incidents during rioting in Jerusalem and Judea. The civilian was injured in Bitunya / Binyamin area (21 Feb.), and the two security officers were injured in Issawiya / Jerusalem (9 Feb.) and in Hebron (22 Feb.).
Data regarding terror attacks in February 2013
Following is a regional distribution of attacks:
1 attack from the Gaza Strip (none in January); 100 attacks in the Judea and Samaria (56 in January); 38 attacks in Jerusalem (27 in January).
Jerusalem and the Judea and Samaria area: Most attacks executed in February (119 out of 138) were in the form of firebombs (January: 70 out of 83).
Distribution of attacks according to regions and pattern profile:
Following is a distribution of attacks in February 2013 according to regions:
The Gaza Strip – 1 attack: rocket launching.
Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem – 138 attacks: 15 IED; 1 small arms shooting; 2 stabbing; 1 run over; 119 firebombs (35 in Jerusalem).
High-trajectory launchings from Gaza Strip
Throughout February 2013 one rocket was launched into Israel from the Gaza Strip, compared to none in January.