Israel’s prime minister has said “all the signs” are that a man who killed four soldiers in Jerusalem supported so-called Islamic State (IS).
Although BENJAMIN NETANYAHU did not give evidence for the claim, he said IS has previously threatened to attack Israel.
The Palestinian, who was shot dead, drove a lorry into a group of soldiers in the district of Armon Hanatziv killing three women and a man, all in their 20s and left 17 others were wounded.
Israeli Energy Minister, YUVAL STEINITZ spoke more on the attack.
An emergency meeting of the Israeli security cabinet has approved detention without trial for IS sympathizers.