A resident of the Israeli-Arab city of Kafr Kassem in his 20s ran over and shot at four policemen, injuring three.
An Israeli police officer was injured north of Beersheba when a suspect rammed her with his car and fled.
Ali Hamed admitted that the incident wasn't an accident but an attack meant as revenge for his cousin's death a day earlier.
Israel Police say the incident was likely a car accident and not an attack.
Nitesh Bissendary, 30 years old, was found guilty of causing the two deaths by dangerous driving.
The lackluster response to the events over the weekend in Huwara show: Israel has to catch up in responding to terror in the media.
A little-studied phenomenon from a medical perspective, terrorists’ vehicle-ramming attacks were analyzed by Israeli researchers.
MDA medics are providing medical treatment to the injured person, a 20-year-old soldier at the scene of the incident.
Security footage showed the car appear to slow down, before gaining speed and slamming into the baby carriage.
The suspect, a resident of Rahat, recorded himself days prior to going to the police station to complain about threats from someone else who said that "Bedouins should get out of Beersheba."