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Noam Glick (Noam bat Michal), the 9 year old girl shot in the Psagot terror attack on Saturday night, is currently listed in an improved light to medium condition following her surgery at Sha’arei Tzedek hospital.

Doctors were initially unsure if she was stabbed or shot based on her wounds. But with the discovery of the improvised gun that appears to have been used to shoot her in the shoulder/neck and through the back, it is clear why the weapon type was not immediately clear.

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At one point, residents of the town reported that the terrorist was captured, but the IDF is currently stating that the terrorist escaped into a nearby village.

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15 COMMENTS

  1. I recently watched a film which happened to be about Hindi vi Muslim and the people caught up in the conflict. Some major statements were made by this film:
    Violence is a GRAVE SIN in any religion! Religion is not only Devotion but Duty and Deeds. Religion means looking beyond caste and creed. Humanity is Religion. The world needs more people like Doctors without Borders, the Israeli doctors and Social Workers who secretly go into Arab lands at great risk, to help people, ALL people. If only ALL religions would embrace Religion for what it truly means, we can live in a peaceful world and have happy generations to follow. We would never have to read about the tragedy of a 9 year old being shot and all the innocents who suffer!

  2. God said " Vengeance is Mine." He sees everything and will not turn a blind eye to any of it done against His people. In His time in His way. His people have a glorious future to come.

  3. I hope this incident will get the Prime Minister to understand that appeasement and weak leadership simply doesn't work. In addition, all further releases of Palestinian terrorists from prison should be halted and pardons already issued should be revoked. Also, maybe the United Nations, European Union, the international community, and Obama could take time out from their phony sanctions, boycotts, and slander campaigns, to understand that this is precisely why peace has not been achieved with the Palestinians. The issue has nothing to do with land, settlements, or any other anti Israel rhetoric. Peace will only be achieved when the world stops blaming Israel and starts making the Palestinians and Arabs accountable for their savage actions.

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