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IDF Releases Video Showing Palestinian Attacking Guard Before Getting Shot

It turned out to be a toy gun -- but very convincing.
The toy gun pressed by the Palestinian against the guard's neck. Quite convincing toy.

The toy gun pressed by the Palestinian against the guard's neck. Quite convincing toy.
Photo Credit: IDF

Captain Barak Raz of the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit wrote on his Facebook page:

Last Wednesday night, a Palestinian male attacked a Border Police Officer at a post in Hebron, pressing this “gun” to his throat. The police officer struggled free as a female police officer “neutralized the threat.”

Rumors are running wild about what happened that night. Indeed, it turned out to be a toy gun – but ask yourselves how you would react if this was pressed against your partner. Watch the security tape – judge for yourselves:

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4 Responses to “IDF Releases Video Showing Palestinian Attacking Guard Before Getting Shot”

  1. Anonymous says:

    ery well done.

  2. Jake Hunt says:

    how crazy you gotta be to attack some one that has a real gun?

  3. Jake Hunt says:

    how crazy you gotta be to attack some one that has a real gun?

  4. Anonymous says:

    the video is blurry and filmed at a distance. Cannot see any toy gun used. It raises more questions than answers. Looks like a coverup.

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