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Palestinian Authority Terrorist Critically Stabs Policeman in Old City [video]

Sunday, June 21st, 2015

An Arab terrorist from Hebron critically wounded a Border Police officer at the Damascus Gate area in the Old City of Jerusalem around 10:30 Sunday morning

The wounded policeman shot and critically wounded the terrorist. Early reports that the terrorist died have not been confirmed.

Magen David Adom medics treated the policeman and the terrorist before evacuating them to Shaarei Tzedek and Hadassah Ein Kerem hospitals, respectively.

Several posts of incitement on Arab media told readers that Israel left the terrorist to die.

The condition of the Border Police officer, described to be around 20 years old, is life-threatening. Doctors have operated on him.

Police estimate that the terrorist was a “lone wolf,” an increasingly meaningless term given the constant incitement from the Palestinian Authority and Muslim clerics preaching martyrdom.

Police clashed with Arabs in the same area Saturday night as the Muslim holy month of Ramadan gets off to a bloody start.

One person was slightly injured in a rock-throwing attack on his car and was rushed to Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital.

فيديو من مكان العمليه

Posted by Basheer Alnatsheh on Sunday, June 21, 2015

 

الفيديو الثاني من مكان العمليه

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On Friday, Palestinian Authority terrorists murdered 25-year-old Daniel Gonen at point-blank range after asking him and his hiking companion for water.

The friend was suffered moderate wounds, and the terrorist still is at-large, along with a suspected accomplice who apparently drove him to and from the scene of the attack.

 

The terrorist was shot by his victim and later died.

The terrorist was shot by his victim.

 

Moments after the terrorist stabbed Border Police officer.

Moments after the terrorist stabbed Border Police officer.

Police on the scene.

Police on the scene.

Two Terrorists Killed in Separate Attacks [video]

Saturday, April 25th, 2015

A Border Policeman in Hebron was stabbed multiple times in the head, neck and chest on Saturday by a Palestinian Authority terrorist.

The terrorist was shot and killed by a second soldier.

The Border Policeman is in moderate but stable condition.

On Friday night, an Arab tried to stab a soldier at a checkpoint between Jerusalem and Ma’ale Adumim.

That terrorist was killed. The soldier was not injured.

2 Border Police Stabbed Near Jerusalem Old City

Friday, December 26th, 2014

Two Border Policemen were stabbed early Friday morning near Jerusalem Old City’s Lion Gate.

One officer, age 35, was stabbed in the hand, the other, age 19, was stabbed in the neck.

They were transported to Shaarei Tzedek Hospital, where they are listed in light to moderate condition.

Police are searching for the attacker.

Border Police Stop Terror Attack

Wednesday, December 24th, 2014

Border Police officers stopped a potential terror attack on Wednesday afternoon.

A Border Police lookout at the Salem checkpoint near Jenin reported hearing some sort of popping sound. They sent another Border Police patrol to check it out.

The patrol approached the area and spotted 4 suspicious Arabs and discovered they all had pipe bombs on them.

The four, all residents of Shechem (Nablus) told the officers they planned to attack Israeli security personnel.

The pipe bombs were neutralized. The terrorists were handed over to the Shabak for interrogation.

Israeli Border Police Celebrate Birthday with Holocaust Survivor in Jerusalem

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014

Although the Israel Border Police have been very busy in Jerusalem amid the terrorist attacks that have engulfed the city in the recent month, a group of border policemen took the time between shifts to celebrate a very important birthday to Leah Genzel, 79, a Holocaust survivor living in Jerusalem. Her husband, Yitzchak, turned 89 last week and the border policemen delivered a special birthday cake to celebrate with the elderly couple.

As part of a joint Yad Vashem project called Father and Sons, Israeli border police stationed in Jerusalem ‘adopt’ Holocaust survivors living in neighborhoods across the capital. Since 2007, the Israeli border guards have made a point to celebrate birthdays with Holocaust survivors, as well as calling them before holidays and making monthly visits to their homes. The Israeli border police also assist survivors in their own homes when their help is needed.

“We believe that we must know our past; our unit’s fighters must know in whose merit we stand here today in our democratic Jewish state of Israel,” said Zohar Araidy, unit commander and superintendent of the Border Police unit whose members organized the birthday celebration, in an interview with Tazpit News Agency.

“People like Leah, and her husband, Yitzhak – a decorated soldier who fought in many of Israel’s wars – are heroes and role models for us,” Araidy told Tazpit.

“We decided to surprise the couple and celebrate Yitzhak’s birthday. Seeing the surprised and happy expressions on both their faces when we sang happy birthday and brought out the cake was a very good feeling,” he added.

“Leah and Yitzhak’s lifetime experiences inspire our border policemen in their everyday work as they secure the streets of Jerusalem. This couple’s stories brings honor to our green uniforms.”

Araidy commands a unit within the Israeli Border Police that is comprised of Bedouin, Druze, Christian and Jewish policemen who come from all over Israel.

Police fighters from the unit visit Leah, who is an Auschwitz survivor, at least once a month and invite her and her husband to attend ceremonies and events that take place at their Jerusalem police base. More recently, the fighters got to know Yitzhak, who in his younger years served in the IDF and shared stories about his wartime experiences with the visitors.

“This project and forming these connections with Holocaust survivors does more than just warm our hearts,” said Araidy. “Leah and Yitzhak’s past leaves an imprint that goes deep into our hearts. We must always remember the difficult path that others walked before us and give some goodness back to them.”

Border Police Officer Arrested for Killing Arab Rioter

Wednesday, November 12th, 2014

A Border Police officer has been arrested and is being arraigned in a Jerusalem court Wednesday morning on charges of killing a Palestinian Authority rioter near Ramallah on “Naqba” Day five months ago.

Two Arabs were killed in the riot, and media videos at the time did not show the source of the shooting that killed the 20-year-old man at the village of Betunia. The identity of the Border Police soldier has not been released.

The IDF at the time said that soldiers used rubber bullets, but a police investigation indicates that the arrested Border Police officer violated army orders and shot live bullets, one of which allegedly killed the rioter.

It is not clear if the video of the riot shows the Border Police officer shooting at the victim. A building appears to obscure the line of fire.

The arrest raises several issues. On one hand, it shows that Israel, perhaps more than any other country in the world, is secure and moral enough to investigate and prosecute soldiers and policemen who violate orders, even during a life-threatening riot.

On the other hand, it places the IDF Spokesman’s office in a bad light for having stated information that turned out to be incorrect.

In its defense, it can be said that army orders were that live fire not be used, but the arrest of the Border Police officer shows that it cannot always be assumed that everyone follows orders.

Another problem rests with policemen and soldiers, who often have to deal with rioters under strict limits when their lives are threatened.

Haneen Zoabi Instigates on Temple Mount – Invokes Holocaust [video]

Thursday, November 6th, 2014

MK Haneen Zoabi (Balad) continued her tirades against Israel, this time, on a video captured on the Temple Mount. Zoabi is apparently trying to instigate a reaction from some Border Police – who are clearly very well disciplined to not react.

Not getting a reaction from the first part of her bleating tirade, Zoabi then moves onto the Holocaust and says, “They killed 6 million of you, why?”, implying Israel is racist and didn’t learn the lessons of the Holocaust.

One can possibly consider it a step up that Zoabi actually acknowledges there was a Shoah.

In July, Zoabi was suspended from participating in Knesset debates by the Knesset Ethics Committee after she stated that the terrorists who killed Gilad Shaar, Eyal Yifrach and Naftali Fraenkel were not terrorists. She is also under investigation for accosting a policeman in Nazareth.

In 2010, Zoabi participated on the Mavi Marmara flotilla to Gaza, in which IHH terrorists injured IDF soldiers legally boarding the boat.

Zoabi is a member of the Balad party in the Knesset. It’s founder, former MK Azmi Bashara, is on the lam in an Arab country, following a police investigation into his foreign contacts, and accusations of allegedly aiding the enemy (Hezbollah) during wartime, passing information on to the enemy and contacts with a foreign agent, as well as laundering money received from foreign sources.

Text courtesy of a reader:

הרי יש מי שעשה בכם את זה לפני עשרות שנים. יש מי ששלט בכם ודפק אותכם, לפני עשרות שנים.
לא למדתם את הלקח.
מה הלקח מההולוקוסט?
אל תרצח ואל תהיה גזען.
נכון?
נרצחו לכם 6 מיליון.
למה?
ולאחרים גם מיליונים שאתם שוכחים

There’s someone who did this to you 10s of years ago. There someone who ruled of you and destroyed you.
You haven’t learned the lesson. What’s the lesson to be learnt from the Holocaust?
Don’t kill and don’t be racist.
Right?
They killed 6 million of you.
Why?
And also millions of other that you’ve forgotten about.

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/haneen-zoabi-instigates-on-temple-mount-invokes-holocaust-video/2014/11/06/

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