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Infiltrator Killed in Moshav Sdei Avraham (Near Gaza Strip)

Moshav Sdei Avraham (near Gaza Strip)-  Police report that at around 5:30 AM Monday, there was a break-in into the home of the Shalom family.

The intruder stabbed a woman in the house and then ran away.

The IDF declared an official terror infiltration into the town, and began searching for the suspect within the town and surrounding area.

Within a half-hour, IDF forces found the infiltrator, and shot and killed him on the spot.

Police report that it appears that the infiltrator was a Bedouin. and they are investigating whether he was  thief or a terrorist.

UPDATE 9:30 AM IDF now suspects it was a terror attack and are checking if the intruder came from Gaza.

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2 Responses to “Infiltrator Killed in Moshav Sdei Avraham (Near Gaza Strip)”

  1. The Jewish Press says:

    UPDATE: IDF suspects he may have been a terrorist from Gaza

  2. ONE CANNOT TAKE A CHANCE, WHY THE STABBING IF ONLY A THEFT?

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