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December 6, 2016 / 6 Kislev, 5777

Posts Tagged ‘Guard’

IDF, Border Guard Forces Capture 6 Fugitives, Weapons-Making Facility

Monday, September 19th, 2016

IDF soldiers and Border Guard police officers carried out a joint operation in Judea and Samaria overnight.

At least one member of the Hamas terrorist organization was arrested by the forces. Five other fugitives living in the Palestinian Authority were also arrested during the night. All are wanted in connection with terrorist activities and rioting.

IDF soldiers also seized equipment and tools that were being used to produce weapons in the city of Shechem.

During the operation, Arab residents threw rocks at the forces. The attackers were captured and taken into custody for questioning.

Hana Levi Julian

Border Guard Female Officer Wounded in Rock Throwing

Monday, September 12th, 2016

A female Border Guard officer was injured from a barrage of stones thrown at her unit by Arabs in a village near Tekoa in Gush Etzion.

The officer received first aid and was evacuated for further treatment in a hospital.

David Israel

Border Guard Arrest Suspect Armed with Knife at Shuafat Check Post

Sunday, August 28th, 2016

A suspect, 18, who arrived at the Shuafat refugee camp check post on his way to enter eastern Jerusalem was arrested after a search through his bag revealed a knife that had been wrapped in order to conceal it. Border Guard police who were alerted neutralized the suspect, took his knife and arrested him for interrogation.

The Shuafat refugee camp was established by king Hussein of Jordan in 1965 to house Arabs whose families had come from Jerusalem, Lydda, Jaffa and Ramleh areas, after the Mascar refugee camp in the Jewish quarter of the Old City had been closed. Coming into Jerusalem from the Shufat refugee camp the terrorist could find targets for stabbing in the nearby Jewish neighborhoods of Pisgat Ze’ev, French Hill, and Ramat Shlomo.

David Israel

Train Guard Describes How He Captured the Terrorist [video]

Sunday, July 17th, 2016

The train guard describes, in his own words, how he captured the terrorist who was going to explode a bomb on the Jerusalem Light Rail:

(Video at the bottom of the article)

“As I’m watching the entrance to the train, I saw a man wearing a hat, glasses, a knapsack on his back, leaning on the wall and he’s scanning the train station left and right.

I approached the man, and questioned him, I said something wasn’t right.

I asked him to put down his knapsack.

He refused.

I immediately spun the man around, using reasonable force, I placed him against the wall, and checked him.

I took the knapsack off him, and saw a small bag inside. I lifted the bag up and saw the bomb.

I immediately knocked him down onto the ground.

Bomb Robot - July 17, 2016

A police sapper continues the story:

Two civilians approached me, they said there is a terrorist.

I ran to Yafo street and I saw the train guards who yelled there’s a terrorist, who was already on the ground, with guns pointed at him.

I understood there was a knapsack and inside was a pipe bomb. I moved everyone away…

The reaction of the train guards, who got there quickly, and the police, we cordoned off the area, and worked orderly to deal with the bomb.

Jewish Press News Briefs

Female Terrorist Caught Near Tomb of the Patriarchs

Thursday, July 7th, 2016

A female Arab terrorist was caught on Thursday morning at around 9:40 AM with a knife in her bag as she approached the Tomb of the Patriarchs, Maarat Hamachpela, in Hebron.

The woman, from the village of Yata, raised the suspicions of the Border Police who told her to stop while they checked her.

The woman was arrested. No one was injured.

Jewish Press News Briefs

Terrorist Stabber Neutralized Near Tomb of the Patriarchs [video]

Friday, July 1st, 2016

A female terrorist approached a guard post near one of the entrances to the Tomb of the Patriarchs (Maarat Hamachpela), in Hebron. The terrorist pulled out a knife and tried to stab a Border Policeman.

The Border Policeman managed to accurately shoot and neutralize the terrorist with no harm to himself or anyone else, according to the police.

Update: The terrorist is dead.

There are reports that this terrorist is from the same family as the terrorist who murdered Hallel Ariel yesterday, according to Elior Levy, a reporter from Yediot Achronot.

It is unknown at this point if the terrorist got around the IDF closure of her village, or if she was already outside when the closure was set up.

*Regarding the word “neutralized”, the word is used when the terrorist is no longer capable of harming anyone. It could mean the terrorist is dead, unconscious, arrested or sufficiently wounded to no longer pose a threat.

Jewish Press News Briefs

94-Year-Old Auschwitz Guard Gets 15 Minutes Per Murder

Saturday, June 18th, 2016

Reinhold Hanning, a 94-year-old former Auschwitz guard, was sentenced to five years in jail in Germany on Friday, for being a “willing and efficient henchman” in the murder of 170,000 inmates in the two and a half years he worked at the death camp. That means that, after the appeals in the case are over and Hanning would presumably serve out his sentence, he would be paying with 15 minutes and change for each victim whose death he helped carry out. The value of each victim could be reduced, however, should the aging Nazi be released early for good behavior.

Hanning’s lawyer, Johannes Salmen, said he plans to appeal, because his client “will not be fit for a custodial sentence. That means he will not have to go to jail.”

OK, so just the inconvenience of the trial as punishment, then.

Judge Anke Grudda rejected the defense argument that Hanning, who was an SS officer, never directly killed or beaten anyone, and told him, “It is not true that you had no choice, you could have asked to be transferred to the war front.” She pointed out that during Hanning’s two and a half years at Auschwitz he was promoted twice, which ” shows that you had proven your value as a willing and efficient henchman in the killings,” Grudda said.

Hanning apologized to his victims, reading from a prepared speech that he regretted being part of a “criminal organization” that killed so many and caused so much suffering. “I’m ashamed that I knowingly let injustice happen and did nothing to oppose it.”

According to the Daily Mail, one more man and one woman in their 90s are still scheduled to go on trial as accessories to the murders of more than a million Jews in Auschwitz. A third Nazi SS guard died at 93 in April, just days before his trial started.

JNi.Media

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