IDF forces raid terrorist's village following stabbing attack

One Israeli, Yotam Ovadia, was killed and two others were injured in a stabbing attack after a Palestinian terrorist infiltrated Adam, a West Bank settlement near Jerusalem.

IDF activites in Adam following terror stabbing, July 27, 2018 (IDF Spokesperson's Unit)
IDF forces, in cooperation with the Shin Bet and Border Police, carried out security operations throughout the weekend, following Thursday night's fatal stabbing attack, the IDF spokesperson announced on Sunday morning.
One Israeli, Yotam Ovadia, was killed and two others were injured in the attack when a Palestinian terrorist infiltrated Adam, a West Bank settlement near Jerusalem. The terrorist, 17-year-old Mohammed Yousef, jumped over the settlement's security fence.
Ovadia's funeral took place on Friday.
IDF soldiers seen during overnight activity following Thursday's stabbing attack, July 28, 2018 (IDF SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)
On Friday and Saturday, IDF soldiers raided the terrorist’s home village of Kober. During the activities, the IDF seized funds meant to underwrite terrorist activity and to incite propaganda.
The army also questioned Yousef’s family members, suspended their work permits and took measurements of the family home ahead of its demolition.
IDF soldiers seen during overnight activity following Thursday's stabbing attack, July 28, 2018 (IDF SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)
Early Saturday morning, troops clashed with dozens of Palestinians.
According to the official Palestinian news agency WAFA, Kober’s mayor Ezzat Badwan said that IDF troops opened fire on residents during the riots, with five injured, including one reported in critical condition.
"The security forces will continue to protect the residents of the area and will act against terror in the settlements and on the roads," an IDF statement said.

Anna Ahronheim contributed to this report.