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Hero Hebron Soldier Pulled from Active Duty

The Border Policewoman in Hebron who shot and killed the Arab that pulled the (toy) gun on her fellow soldier has been pulled from active duty as of Thursday.

It was explained that she was pulled due to the number of death threats she received.

The Defense Ministry is trying to prevent further exposure of her identity, though that horse left the stable long ago.

 

The IDF shot another 17 year old in Hebron on Thursday night when he tried to throw a firebomb at them. The terrorist was taken to a local hospital in serious condition.

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6 Responses to “Hero Hebron Soldier Pulled from Active Duty”

  1. Vaze Varzay Oluwatosin Emu says:

    Love it

  2. Anonymous says:

    the overused word "terrorist" is doing the opposite of its intended purpose. The Arabs now see the Jews as being afraid of them. Which is exactly what the Arabs wanted to happened.

  3. When one sees a snake one must step on its head,not feed it,listen to its lies,hope it will become friendly.this wisdom goes back to King Solomon.unfortunately israeli "politicians "create their own problems over the years by expressing weakness concerning Palestinian issue.by giving in to pressure and agreeing to compromise.the nature of Palestinians/Arabs is as soon as you agree to give them finger they want your head.

  4. Give the Palestinians what they deserve……nothing!

  5. the border guard wasn t afriad of the terrorist. she did what she had to do. G-d Bless the Border guards and the IDF.

  6. the border guard wasn t afriad of the terrorist. she did what she had to do. G-d Bless the Border guards and the IDF.

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