Woman injured in rock-throwing said to be wife of Jewish terrorist Jack Tytell

The woman seriously wounded in a rock-throwing terror attack near the West Bank settlement of Neve Tzuf is Rivka Tytell, the wife of Jewish terrorist Jack Tytell, Hebrew-language media reports.

Jack Tytell (right), convicted terrorist, is seen at the Jerusalem District Court on January 16, 2013. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

Tytell is serving two life sentences and an additional 30 years in prison for murdering two Palestinians, two other attempted murders, placing a bomb next to now-deceased far-left academic Zev Sternhell, and other offenses.

The Israel Defense Forces is encircling the adjacent Palestinian village of Deir Nidham in its attempt to apprehend the suspects, reports say.