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May 25, 2015 / 7 Sivan, 5775
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Posts Tagged ‘Arab terrorism’

Caught in the Act in A-Tur

Tuesday, May 19th, 2015

Police caught 3 Arabs youths, ages 13-15, as they were throwing rocks on cars driving near the A-Tur neighborhood in Jerusalem.

They were caught throwing the rocks next to a school.

No one was injured in the attack.

Arabs Attack Jewish Hikers on Jerusalem Day

Sunday, May 17th, 2015

A Jewish hiking club came under attack by Arabs in Jerusalem’s Shiloach (Silwan) neighborhood.

The club, Amitim L’tiyulim, one of the largest hiking clubs in Israel, with over 10,000 members, began their hike at Jerusalem’s Ammunition Hill, going through Mount Scopus and ending at Sultan’s Pool.

The club hikes all over the country.

Every week they pick a new trail, in which to discover and investigate the land of Israel.

But as the 240 hikers in this particular trek crossed through the Shiloach neighborhood, in the old Yemenite village, they were attacked by Arab stone throwers, and one hiker, Yaakov Lubeton (32) suffered a head injury.

The group called for a paramedic, who treated the injured man, and Border Police also arrived to secure the area.

Amit Ararat, one of the founders of the hiking club, told JewishPress.com that despite the attack, the group decided to carry on, and they continued with their hike to discover and investigate Jerusalem.

Medical Update on the Grandson of Rav Bina, Injured in Alon Shvut Terror Attack

Sunday, May 17th, 2015

The following update was released by the Bina family early Sunday morning, on the medical status of Aryeh ben Rina, the grandson of Rav Aharon Bina, the Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshivat Netiv Aryeh.

Aryeh was injured in the Arab terror attack in Alon Shvut last week that injured four young boys, Aryeh was the most seriously injured.

Update on Aryeh ben Rina: Chasdei Hashem for the first time since coming to the hospital Aryeh has regained consciousness and is responsive! The doctors are predicting a slow and steady process ahead to B’ezrat Hashem a full recovery. We are certain that your ongoing prayers are playing a big part.

Thank you for all of your warm wishes, tefilot, and caring. You should all be zoche to Yeshuot and Hatzlacha, and have a wonderful Yom Yerushalayim!

Aharon and Malke Bina

Refuah Sheleimah.

Firebombs Thrown at Maaleh Zeitim

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Three firebombs were thrown last night at the Jewish community of Maaleh Zeitim in Jerusalem. There was some light damage done to the compound.

State Department Issues Naqba Day Alerts

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

The United States Consulate General Jerusalem sent out an email today alerting US citizens of possible danger zones in Israel, due to expected Arab rioting for “Naqba Day”.

The U.S. Consulate advises U.S. citizens to exercise caution due to the possibility of demonstrations within Israel, Jerusalem, the West Bank, and Gaza associated with “Nakba Day” on May 15 or on the days preceding that date. ‎In the past, large demonstrations have taken place in connection with Nakba Day, some of which have become violent. Additionally, the upcoming religious holiday of the Isra & Miraj (May 16) and Jerusalem Day (May 17) may also see traffic congestion and road closures throughout Jerusalem.

• May 15 “Nakba Day”: There may be a significantly higher level of Israeli National Police patrolling around Jerusalem, especially following afternoon prayers. In the past, demonstrations or clashes have occurred in multiple areas such as the Qalandiya Checkpoint, Damascus Gate, Bethlehem, and Ramallah City Center, as well as other checkpoints and refugee camps. • May 16 “the Isra & Miraj”: Large gatherings are expected at the Temple Mount/Harem al-Sharif.

• May 17 “Jerusalem Day”: Parades are likely through downtown Jerusalem and around the Old City with some street closures.

We remind you to be aware of your surroundings at all times, monitor the media, and avoid demonstrations and other crowds as events can turn violent without warning. We further advise you to follow police instructions and avoid areas of heavy police presence.

Police Find Weapons Cache in Shomron Village

Monday, May 11th, 2015

Based on intelligence information, police with IDF support raided a home in the Shomron, in the village of Izvat Salman, and uncovered a weapons cache that included a stolen pistol, a Carl Gustov rifle, a hunting rifle, what looks like a harpoon gun, ammunition, and other stolen items, according to a Tazpit Report.

The man was arrested.

Update: Israeli Man Stabbed Near Mishor Adumim

Monday, May 11th, 2015

Police report that an Israeli man (19) was stabbed near Mishor Adumim.

He is lightly-moderately injured and conscious.

MDA received a call at 7:53 AM, of a wounded man near the Al-Zaim checkpoint.

MDA treated the man for wounds on his upper body, before he went to nearby Hadassah – Mount Scopus hospital.

Police are searching the area for the Arab assailant.

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/israeli-man-stabbed-near-mishor-adumim/2015/05/11/

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