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October 27, 2016 / 25 Tishri, 5777

Posts Tagged ‘Arab terrorism’

UPDATE: Terror Attack in Jerusalem, Terrorist Neutralized, Two Dead Six Wounded [video]

Sunday, October 9th, 2016

There was a terror attack that began at Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem, near the train stop, at 10:12 AM on Sunday morning.

The terrorist, driving in his car opened fire at the Jerusalem light rail train, wounding one woman critically. He then drove further ahead towards the Shimon Hatzadik train stop, and opened fire at a car on the road, wounding another woman.

The terrorist then drove into the Shimon Hatzadik neighborhood (Sheikh Jarrah) and got out of his car. He opened fire at the Yassam police team who were chasing him.

One policeman was critically wounded, another was lightly wounded.

The terrorist was then shot and neutralized (killed).


Altogether, eight people have been wounded.

-One Man Critically Wounded – taken to Hadassah Mount Scopus Hospital

-One Woman Critically Wounded – taken to Hadassah Mount Scopus Hospital

-Three Moderately Wounded – taken to Hadassah Mount Scopus, Hadassah Ein Kerem, and Sharei Tzedek Hospital

-Three Lightly Wounded – taken to Sharei Tzedek and Hadassah Mount Scopus Hospital

-Four treated for shock – on site


Photo: Hillel Meier / TPS


United Hatzalah volunteers from the Jerusalem chapter are currently treating injured and wounded individuals at a light rail station following the attack.

Yossi Amar, a volunteer medic with United Hatzalah who arrived first at the scene relayed: “When I arrived at the scene I found an unconscious woman. Together with other volunteers of the ambucycle unit of United Hatzalah we provided her with first aid treatment at the scene. We did not find any other people who sustained physical injuries. We then began treating people in the area for shock.”

Service to the Jerusalem Light Rail has been restored as of 11:15 AM.

Video: Police shooting the terrorist, while Arabs filming yell “Allahu Ackbar””

The Ammunition Hill train stop after the terror attack - Oct 9, 2016

The Ammunition Hill train stop after the terror attack – Oct 9, 2016 / Hillel Meier / TPS


Jewish Press News Briefs

Car Firebombed Between Efrat and Tekoa

Sunday, October 9th, 2016

An Israeli car was firebombed in eastern Gush Etzion, at the T-junction between Efrat and Tekoa.

Initial reports indicate one woman was lightly injured. Update: MDA personnel are treating the victim for shock, but luckily, not any physical injuries.

The car was damaged by the fire. The fire department was on the scene.

Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman lives a few minutes away from the site of the attack, in the nearby town of Nokdim.

Jewish Press News Briefs

Arab Teens Arrested in Bethlehem for Terror Activity

Thursday, October 6th, 2016

By Michael Bachner/TPS

Israeli security forces have arrested a cell of Palestinian Authority teenagers suspected of attacking Jewish worshipers and security forces at Rachel’s Tomb, in northern Bethlehem, police announced Thursday morning.

The seven suspects, all residents of Aida refugee camp located adjacent to the site, are suspected of throwing rocks and improvised pipe bombs towards the prayer site on several occasions in recent months. Police say the suspects, all aged 16 and 17, produced the explosives, planned and carried out the terror attacks by themselves. The pipe bombs were thrown from an area under full Palestinian Authority control (‘Area A’).

While the attacks caused no casualties, they caused extensive damage to the site and endangered worshipers. The compound is commonly believed to be the burial place of the Biblical matriarch Rachel.

Police and Border Police forces arrested all seven cell members during the past week. The last three arrests took place on Wednesday night. Police claimed that the suspects admitted to participating in many attacks on Israelis at Rachel’s Tomb.

The investigation also revealed that the cell members had learned how to assemble the explosives from the internet. They purchased the materials themselves, assembled the pipe bombs and would then gather together near Rachel’s Tomb mainly on Friday afternoons. After hurling the explosives and throwing rocks they would return to their village.

The suspects’ remand has been extended at a military court, and three were arraigned on Wednesday. Police said the investigation is ongoing, and that more arrests are expected.

In a related story, IDF forces discovered and seized two pipe bombs overnight in Nur Shams, an Arab village near Tulkarem in Samaria. In the village of Qarawat Bani Hassan, troops discovered and confiscated weapon parts found inside a house.

TPS / Tazpit News Agency

Attempted Terror Stabbing Foiled

Friday, September 30th, 2016

The IDF Spokesperson reports that on Friday a PA terrorist with a knife approached the vehicle of the Judea Regional Commander (Machat Yehuda) near the community of Negohot (South Hebron Hills area) with the intent to stab him.

IDF soldiers prevented the attack and the terrorist was apprehended.

There were no injuries to any IDF soldiers.


Update on Wounded Police Officer

Tuesday, September 20th, 2016

The policewoman wounded in the terror attack on Monday outside the Jerusalem Old City Flower Gate continues to be serious, but she has been stabilized.

She underwent operations at Sharei Tzedek hospital to stop the internal bleeding and the stab wounds to her spinal column.

Jewish Press News Briefs

2 Police Officers Badly Wounded in Old City Terror Attack

Monday, September 19th, 2016

A terrorist stabbed two police officers near the Old City of Jerusalem’s Flower Gate, just after 7:30 AM on Monday.

The terrorist began following the officer from Damascus Gate, walking behind them, and when they got near the Flower Gate he suddenly pulled his knife and stabbed them numerous times.

The wounded policeman managed to pull his gun and shoot the terrorist, a 20-year-old Arab from eastern Jerusalem.

The policeman (45) who was stabbed in the upper body, is listed as moderately wounded, but conscious and stable. He’s being treated at Hadassah Hospital.

The policewoman (38) is in serious condition, with stab wounds to her neck. She is unconscious and on a respirator and being treated at Sharei Tzedeq Hospital.

She is a mother to several children.

The terrorist has been neutralized, but is still alive, though in critical condition.

it appears that the wave of terror that the security personnel thought was behind us, is back in full force.

Jewish Press News Briefs

The Heroes of Efrat

Sunday, September 18th, 2016

The Efrat Rapid Response Team and the IDF saved lives this morning and prevented a far worse terror attack from happening in the town of Efrat in Gush Etzion.

An IDF reserve officer was wounded after being stabbed by a terrorist who had infiltrated into the town overnight. The terrorist was hiding in the bushes adjacent to some homes.

The presence of the security teams searching the street prevented the terrorist from entering any homes or attacking children and civilians walking down the street.

Some pictures of the heroes in action.

Photos by Gerson Elinson/Flash90








Guarding the schools:





More pictures to follow…

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