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There’s Nothing More Permanent Than Temporary

Monday, October 19th, 2015

Police have begun putting up “temporary”, portable, concrete walls in the Jabel Mukaber neighborhood of Jerusalem, adjacent to the Armon HaNatziv neighborhood.

The police hope these temporary structures will prevent the Arabs of Jabel Mukaber from throwing firebombs at the Jewish-owned homes in Armon HaNatziv as well as at police, as they have been doing.

Of course, as everyone knows, there’s nothing more permanent than something that is temporary, and besides, who knows when the Arabs of Jabel Mukaber will finally decide to start behaving like civilized human beings again (and if so, for how long).

Temporary Wall

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Firebomb Attack on Israeli Motorist in Samaria — Damage But No Injuries

Monday, October 12th, 2015

Palestinian Arab terrorists attacked Israeli civilian motorists on Monday night as he drove along Route 35 in Samaria.

The attackers hurled a firebomb (Molotov cocktail) at the vehicle as it traveled the road between the towns of Tarkumia and Kfar Idhna.

The improvised explosive device (IED) found its target and damaged the vehicle but miraculously the driver escaped physical injury.

Hana Levi Julian

Israeli Chabad Yeshiva Students Firebombed in NYC

Sunday, October 11th, 2015

Two Chabad-Lubavitch yeshiva students were attacked in New York City this past Friday afternoon, COLlive reports.

The students were part of a group that had boarded a sbuway heading from Brooklyn into Manhattan to carry out weekly mitzvah assignments with Jewish business owners and others in the city.

Two 19-year-old students who requested anonymity told COLlive the attack occurred while they were walking on West 37th Street near Ninth Avenue.

A brother of one of the students said, “A firebomb was thrown at one of them. It exploded and there was fire. They were shocked. An Israeli woman was walking by and ran over to check if they were okay.

“Thank G-d, it missed them and landed on the pavement,” he added. “It was a male who had thrown it at them, but they were only able to see his back because he ran away. They didn’t hear him shout or say anything.”

This is the first reported attack on Jews or Israelis in New York since the start of the recent escalation in Arab terror in Israel.

The New York Police Department has accordingly raised security in Jewish neighborhoods. Residents in Crown Heights commented they were seeing more officers on patrol this past week than had been seen during the high holy days, COLlive noted.

Hana Levi Julian

Firebombing Attacks Arrive on Israel’s Highway 6

Tuesday, October 6th, 2015

Road terror has arrived on Israel’s superhighway, Highway 6.

Arab terrorists hurled firebombs (Molotov cocktails) in at least two separate attacks north of the Ayal Interchange on Highway 6 after midnight, early Tuesday morning (Oct. 6).

The attack occurred near the Palestinian Arab city of Kalkilya in Samaria.

An Israeli motorist who was driving along the highway overnight said he saw a firebomb fly through the air on to the road and ignite, according to the Hebrew-language 0404 website.

A second motorist made a similar report to Israel Police but by the time a patrol car reached the site and scanned the area, the perpetrator was long gone.

The flames caused no damage and no one was hurt by the attack.

Recently an aide to Shas government minister Arye Deri was struck in one of two stone-throwing terror attacks from a bridge over Highway 6.

The rear window of the aide’s vehicle was hit as he was driving in the northbound lane, and sustained minor damage.

The rear windshield of a second vehicle that was struck was smashed.

Hana Levi Julian

Firebomb thrown at Rachel’s Tomb

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

A firebomb was thrown at the parking lot next to Rachel’s Tomb on Tuesday evening.

No damage or injuries were reported.

TPS / Tazpit News Agency

Nof Tzion Home Firebombed, as Well As a Bus and Police Car

Sunday, September 20th, 2015

Arabs threw 3 firebombs into a home in the Nof Tzion neighborhood, located near the Arab neighborhood of Jabel Mukaber in Jerusalem, according to a Tazpit report.

The fire was put extinguished by an on-site security guard.

Some of the outdoor furniture was completely burned to a crisp and a window was melted and broken.

A woman who was in the apartment was evacuated for her safety, and was not injured.

Police are searching for the terrorists.

In related attacks, Arabs threw a firebomb at a police car in the Silwan, no injuries or damage were reported.

Arabs also threw a firebomb at a bus near Rachel’s Tomb, no one was injured, but the bus was damaged.

Jewish Press News Briefs

IDF Soldiers Bombed in Gush Etzion, Rocks Hurled at Border Police in Jerusalem

Sunday, September 20th, 2015

Palestinian Arab terrorists bombed IDF soldiers in Gush Etzion Saturday night. The terrorists hurled three improvised explosive devices (IED) at the soldiers while they were out on patrol.

The attack took place near the Arab village of Beit Fajar, close to the Jewish community of Migdal Oz and the Arab community of El Aroub. No injuries were reported.

In the capital, two Palestinian Arab terror suspects were arrested in the Jerusalem suburb of Issawiya also Saturday night, on the orders of a judge.

While the soldiers were operating in the neighborhood, Palestinian Arab terrorists began hurling rocks at Border Guard Police.

The troops chased the perpetrators and arrested five suspects.

Palestinian Arab terrorists also firebombed an IDF base east of Jerusalem late Saturday night, and then attacked the firefighters who came to extinguish the blaze that was ignited around the watchtower.

The two firefighter crews who arrived at the scene were met by a hail of rocks and an exploding Molotov cocktail.

IDF soldiers responded with non-lethal riot dispersal measures.

The attack took place at the Anatot Base, just east of the Mount of Olives and Mount Scopus, and mimicked an attack Thursday that was nearly identical. That attack took place at Jerusalem’s Ofrit Base on Mount Scopus, near the Hadassah University campus and not far from Saturday night’s attack.

Hana Levi Julian

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