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Together We Will Guard the Jerusalem Light Rail [photos]

Sunday, November 9th, 2014

With the Arabs rioting, breaking windows on the Jerusalem Light Rail, throwing firebombs, and running people over on the train platforms, riding the train can be a bit of a scary and even depressing experience for Jerusalem’s citizens.

A group of Bnei Akiva youth group girls decided they needed to change that.

Every night, from 6 PM to 8 PM, this spirited group of girls from Bnei Akiva’s “Chevraya Bet” are riding the train from beginning to end, and during that time will be raising up the spirits of their fellow passengers.

Girls from Bnei Akiva waiting for the Jerusalem Light Rail

Girls from Bnei Akiva waiting for the Jerusalem Light Rail

Their slogan is “Together we will will guard Jerusalem.”

They’re also taking pictures with passengers holding up the sign with them and posting the photos to Facebook.

Girls from Bnei Akiva cheering up passengers on the Jerusalem Light Rail.

Girls from Bnei Akiva cheering up passengers on the Jerusalem Light Rail.

Girls from Bnei Akiva cheering up passengers on the Jerusalem Light Rail.

Girls from Bnei Akiva cheering up passengers on the Jerusalem Light Rail.

Girls from Bnei Akiva cheering up passengers on the Jerusalem Light Rail.

Girls from Bnei Akiva cheering up passengers on the Jerusalem Light Rail.

Kol HaKavod!

(All photos: Bnei Akiva, via Tazpit News Agency)

Second Victim From Jerusalem Light Rail Terror Attack Dies

Sunday, October 26th, 2014

Karen Yemima Muskara (22), a tourist from Ecuador, is the second victim to die from last week’s terror attack on the Jerusalem Light Rail platform near Ammunition Hill. She was being treated at Hadassah Ein Kerem following the attack.

The victim was in Israel, and in the process of converting to Judaism. [We have a reader report that she completed her conversion to Judaism and was just waiting to receive her Teudat Zehut – Israeli ID card.]

She will be buried tonight, Sunday, at 12:30am (time updated). The funeral will start at the Shamgar Funeral Home and then head to the Mount of Olives.

The public is asked to go to the funeral.

The terrorist, Abdel Rahman al-Shaludi, also killed 3 month old Chaya Zissel Braun when he drove his car onto the train platform, running down nine commuters.

Shaludi, a member of Hamas, was subsequently shot by a policeman and died a few hours later in the hospital.

Following his death, Arabs in eastern Jerusalem began to riot again.

Police Capture Firebomber

Sunday, August 10th, 2014

A policeman driving near the community of Ateret saw a large amount of stones on the road, indicating stone throwers.

He got out of his car and began searching the area. He found the 23 year old Arab terrorist, who tried to escape.

The officer chased after the man, and caught him as he was trying to light a Molotov cocktail to throw at the officer.

Even With a Hanging Sword, Do Not Doubt Mercy

Thursday, January 23rd, 2014

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Yishai broadcasts from Jerusalem’s bustling Café Greg and is joined by musician, tour guide, activist, and terror attack survivor Kay Wilson. Together, they talk about Wilson’s story of including her background growing up in London and early years in Tel Aviv and around Israel. They move on to talk about Wilson’s brutal attack by hostile Arabs in Beit Shemesh and her harrowing story of survival after surviving a machete attack at the hands of Arabs. Be sure to listen to this true tale of survival and rising above challenges!

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Medical Update on Attacked Jewish Shepherds

Tuesday, January 7th, 2014

On Monday, three Jewish shepherds were taken to the hospital after being beaten by a gang of Arabs and foreign anarchists near Susiya.

One of the shepherds still requires hospitalization. He has a serious head injury and was beaten all over his body.

The second shepherd was released overnight. His jaw, and nearly all his teeth were broken in the attack.

The third shepherd was also released overnight. He suffered a crushed hand, and one of his fingers was nearly cut off completely.

The police have a video of the attack. Five Arabs were arrested as a result.

Arabs Violently Attack Jewish Shepherds South of Hebron

Monday, January 6th, 2014

Six Israeli shepherds from Mitzpeh Yair in the southern Hebron Hills were violently attacked by Arabs and foreign activists Monday.

The shepherds, who were tending their sheep at the time were attacked with metal poles and rocks by a group of some 20 Arabs who were accompanied by anarchists.

The incident appears to be a planned provocation.

One of the shepherds told Tazpit News Agency that the attackers began plowing the privately, Jewish-owned grazing grounds, and when they were asked to stop the Arabs and activists physically attacked the shepherds.

Three of the shepherds were injured with head and face injuries; one suffered a concussion; another had his jaw and several teeth broken. They were evacuated by MDA to a Jerusalem hospital. IDF forces arrived on the scene and arrested several of the attackers.

The Jewish shepherds are attacked on a regular basis and carry with them cameras to document these assaults. During today’s incident they were able to film the attack, but the cameras were broken during the violent event. It is unclear if the pictures are retrievable.

Mitzpeh Yair was founded more then a decade ago in memory of Yair Har-Sinai of Susiya, located across the highway from Mitzpeh Yair. Har-Sinai, who refused to carry a weapon, was murdered by Arabs as he was grazing his sheep. His wife Dalia, with the help of workers and volunteers, maintains the farm.

Susiya is famous for the ancient Jewish synagogue, mosaics and other buildings that were uncovered at the site of this Jewish town that existed from at least the 2nd century until the 6th.

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Shooting Near Emanuel

Monday, October 7th, 2013

A Jewish-owned car was shot at near the town of Emanuel in the Shomron. No one was injured in the attack.

An alert level was raised in the town in light of the shooting.

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/shooting-near-emanuel/2013/10/07/

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