IDF scanning village of terrorist who infiltrated West Bank farm

The terrorist was neutralized by farm guards.

IDF forces at the scene of the attempted terrorist attack at the Sde Ephraim farm in the West Bank, February 5, 2021. (Credit: IDF Spokesperson's Unit)
The IDF is scanning Ras Karkar, the village northwest of Ramallah home to the Palestinian who attempted to infiltrate the "Sde Ephraim" agricultural farm near the Neria settlement in the West Bank on Thursday night, the IDF Spokesperson announced on Friday morning. 
At about 03:45 AM, the man drove quickly with his car across the field, stopping at the front of the farm owner's house at the edge of it. Shouting "Allahu akhbar," he struggled against the locked door, trying to get inside. 
As a result of Thursday night's attack, IDF forces will be strengthened in the West Bank on Friday, according to Walla.
The car belonging to the Palestinian terrorist who infiltrated a Jewish farm in the West Bank on Thursday night, February 5, 2021. (Credit: IDF SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)The car belonging to the Palestinian terrorist who infiltrated a Jewish farm in the West Bank on Thursday night, February 5, 2021. (Credit: IDF SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)
The commotion alerted one of the farm guards, who warned the others. This turned the infiltrator's attention to the guard, who did not have any weapons on him at the time, and the terrorist began to run towards him.
The two struggled, and another guard neutralized the terrorist, just as the farm owner emerged from the house with his own weapons as well.
The "Sde Ephraim" farm in the Binyamin regional area in the West Bank, where a Palestinian terrorist infiltrated and attempted an attack on Thurdsday night, February 5, 2021. (Credit: IDF SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)The "Sde Ephraim" farm in the Binyamin regional area in the West Bank, where a Palestinian terrorist infiltrated and attempted an attack on Thurdsday night, February 5, 2021. (Credit: IDF SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)

Last week, a terrorist attack was a thwarted by a lone soldier from London, Cpl. Lian Harush, and her commander, Y. at a junction in the northern West Bank.
When the Palestinian teenager approached her and tried to stab her, she knocked him back with her weapons a few times, as her commander shot and killed him.