Israel has returned the bodies of the two Palestinian Arab terrorists who were killed after carrying out Wednesday morning's terrorist attack in the community of Eli in the Binyamin region, Kol Yisrael radio reported.
The two terrorists are both 17-year-old and are from the Arab town of Karyut. One of them is identified with Hamas, and is the nephew of a Hamas suicide bomber who blew himself up on a bus in Ramat Gan about 20 years ago and murdered six Israelis.
Roi Harel of Eli was lightly wounded in the attack, as the two terrorists broke into his home and attacked him with clubs and knives. He was taken for treatment at the Shaare Tzedek Hospital in Jerusalem.
Meanwhile, the funeral a 16-year-old Palestinian-American terrorist who was killed on Friday during a stabbing attempt near Beit El took place in a village near Ramallah on Wednesday.
During the funeral masked gunmen from Fatah fired in the air and a huge sign signed by Fatah and calling the terrorist a "hero" hung at the entrance to the village.
The terrorist's uncle, who lives in Florida, has said the family contacted the American consulate in Jerusalem to investigate the circumstances of his death, and would file a lawsuit at a court in either Israel or the United States.