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January 19, 2017 / 21 Tevet, 5777

Posts Tagged ‘IDF’

Afraid to Shoot the Terrorist, Soldier Nearly Killed in Terror Attack [video]

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017

While there have been numerous videos satirizing what the IDF’s open fire policy looks like, last night, we got to see it in action in real life, and it nearly resulted in a dead IDF soldier.

An armed terrorist arrived at Checkpoint 104 near Tulkarm and the soldiers were apparently afraid to shoot him, and it nearly cost them their lives.

The soldiers first warned the terrorist to put down his weapon.

The terrorist did not, so the soldiers then pointlessly shot in the air a few times.

The terrorist decided this was his cue to begin his approach.

The soldiers then repeatedly shot at the ground around the terrorist.

Apparently feeling invulnerable like superman, the terrorist then began running at one of the soldiers.

The soldiers, instead of shooting the terrorist, began retreating backwards (lucky for them, they didn’t trip and fall in the process).

The terrorist reached the soldier and was about to stab him.

FINALLY, someone shot the terrorist and killed him.

In Hebrew, this response and fear of shooting terrorists is now called, “Effect Azaria”.



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Polish President Brings Stone From Warsaw Ghetto to Grave of ‘Hero’ Yoni Netanyahu

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

Polish President Andrzej Duda paid his respects to the resting place of Yoni Netanyahu on Tuesday, placing a bouquet of flowers on the grave during his visit to Jerusalem.

The Polish leader went together with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to visit his brother’s grave at Mount Herzl military cemetery.

President Duda said that he knows the story of Yoni Netanyahu, and that he is a “hero.” He placed a stone on the IDF commander’s grave that he brought with him from the Warsaw Ghetto especially for the occasion.

President Reuven Rivlin welcomed President Duda of Poland upon his arrival Tuesday, thanking him also for attending the funeral of Israel’s Ninth President, Shimon Peres.

The Israeli president spoke of the close ties between the two countries, and underscored the importance of helping Israel in its efforts to continue coordinating relations with the European Union.

“Our meeting with officials of the Polish Government are always replete with content and interest, and are a testament to the close ties between our states and our peoples; close historical ties, alongside dealing bravely with a complex, rich, and painful past. Today, there is perhaps no field in which there is not unique cooperation between the two countries. Among them, there is enhanced trade and relations in the fields of science, culture, sport, and security – and I hope we will tighten this cooperation even further,” he said.

“The ties between Israel, the European Union, and Poland are a cornerstone for our foreign policy. We are not only trade partners, we share values, challenges, and geographical proximity, and it is important we coordinate positions in relation to the emerging international agenda,” he continued.

“Mr. President, you come to Israel, to Jerusalem, at a time when we are facing a wave of terror. We have lived for many years in the shadow of the threat of terror, yet we keep our heads high. Despite this struggle, we succeed in developing here an industry of innovation, of creativity, and initiative, and we want to deepen the cooperation between us.”

Hana Levi Julian

Arab Terrorist Decides ‘Too Many Israeli Soldiers’ To Carry Out Attack

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

A 20-year-old Arab man on his way to carry out a terrorist attack suddenly had second thoughts about his “mission” Tuesday afternoon after seeing the number of soldiers gathered in the fields along the way.

The sight prompted him to rethink the idea, and upon his arrival the first thing he did upon his arrival at the Taysir roadblock near Jenin was to put his hands up in the air as he reached the observation post (also known in Hebrew slang as a ‘pillbox’), shouting his surrender.

The local IDF commander and his soldiers immediately cuffed him and began a body search, and a search for his belongings.

Under questioning the “would be terrorist” revealed he had traveled to the site from the Palestinian Authority community of Par’a, intending to stab IDF soldiers at the checkpoint. But on the way to the site, he became anxious about the large number of soldiers he saw along the way, and decided that he wouldn’t carry out the attack.

Towards that end, he had tossed his bag, which contained a knife and a gas canister — both of which were to be used in his attack.

The “terrorist” was taken into custody and held, unharmed, for further investigation.

Hana Levi Julian

Terror Attack Stopped at Crossing Near Tulkarem

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

An armed Arab terrorist was stopped in his tracks Tuesday afternoon while trying to stab Israeli soldiers at a crossing, Checkpoint 104, near the Palestinian Authority-controlled city of Tulkarem in Samaria.

The terrorist, armed with a knife, attempted to stab an IDF soldier stationed at the checkpoint.

The soldiers repeatedly fired warning shots in the air and ground, and the terrorist kept approaching the soldier. Until when the terrorist was stabbing distance away (and after retreating multiple times) did the soldier actually shoot at the terrorist.

No injuries were reported, according to the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit, except those suffered by the terrorist.

“Responding to the imminent threat, forces fired towards the attacker, resulting in his death,” the IDF reported.

Video of the attack can be seen here.

Hana Levi Julian

The Danger Zone – Hypocrisy [audio]

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

The investigation into the IDF Cadets from last Sunday’s truck attack from the video, The Middle East Peace Conference Joint Declaration from Paris and Donald Trump being blasted before taking the oath of office. What do all these things have in common? They’re all topics of the show and all are full of hypocrisy.

The Danger Zone 16Jan2017 – PODCAST

Israel News Talk Radio

Critically Wounded Armon HaNatziv Soldier Improving

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

The condition of the female IDF soldier who was critically wounded in the Armon HaNatziv ramming terror attack on January 8, 2017, has begun to improve, according Shaarei Tzedek Medical Center.

This morning, the soldier underwent successful orthopedic surgery.

She is also no longer on a respirator, and has been moved to a normal recovery room.

Four soldiers were killed in the attack, and more than a dozen were wounded.

Jewish Press News Briefs

Watch: IDF Soldier Brutally Attacked by Illegal Migrants [video]

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

May Golan, a community activist from South Tel Aviv who has dedicated herself to the effort to rid the city’s poorest neighborhoods from the oppression of illegal migrants, on Monday night Tweeted a video showing three Eritrean illegal migrants attacking an IDF soldier on the street.



Golan, 30, who was born out-of-wedlock to a Haredi mother, described her life in South Tel Aviv next door to the “infiltrators” in her blog, and ran to the Knesset on Dr. Aryeh Eldad’s party list Otzma L’Israel. She heads the NGO Hebrew City, and ran for the Tel Aviv city council.

Golan and her mother have been attacked three times, between 2013 and 2015, by illegal Eritrean migrants.

David Israel

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