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August 27, 2016 / 23 Av, 5776

Posts Tagged ‘knifing’

Hamas ‘Uprising Jerusalem’ Terror Training Camps for Women & Kids

Sunday, July 24th, 2016

The weather is beautiful in the region around Israel this weekend. Most women and children are taking advantage of their vacation to get in some leisure time on the beach or at nature reserves, national parks or summer camps with their friends.

But in the Hamas-ruled Gaza region, summer camps for Arab children are run a little differently, particularly in the camps run by the Hamas terror organization.

Hamas 'camp counselor' hands a gun to a child in Gaza.

Hamas ‘camp counselor’ hands a gun to a child in Gaza.

This weekend, for example, young campers learned the proper way to stab a Jew, complete with all the technical details explained by the children’s camp counselors.

Campers rehearse techniques in how to stab Jews in Hamas-run summer camp in Gaza.

Campers rehearse techniques in how to stab Jews in Hamas-run summer camp in Gaza.

They first demonstrated with the appropriate instruments. Children were then invited to practice (carefully) on each other, with their proud counselors standing by.

Hamas summer camp counselors teach various hand-to-hand attack methods to Gaza children.

Hamas summer camp counselors teach various hand-to-hand attack methods to Gaza children.

Nor were young mommies forgotten: On Sunday, Arab women were brought to a firing range and taught how aim and fire a gun at the top half of a human target drawn in red on white paper posted high enough for the young ladies to be able to stand up straight to shoot.

Hamas women learn to shoot in Khan Younis - Hadash Hahamot

All were appropriately garbed in their thobes (long-sleeved, long robes) and wearing local veils around the face, or hijab (hair covering).

Young women in Gaza are taught by a Hamas terrorist in a summer session to shoot guns at a firing range in Khan Younis.

Young women in Gaza are taught by a Hamas terrorist in a summer session to shoot guns at a firing range in Khan Younis.

The young ladies were coached by at least one older Hamas operative who clearly knew what he was doing — he stayed far enough to the side to be able to shout instructions without himself becoming an accidental target.

Hana Levi Julian

IDF Soldier Stabbed in Tel Aviv, Terrorist in Custody [video]

Monday, May 30th, 2016

An IDF soldier was stabbed in Tel Aviv Monday evening. The attack occurred place on Yigal Allon Street.

According to Magen David Adom emergency medical service, the victim sustained stab wounds in his upper body with a screwdriver. He was evacuated to Ichilov Medical Center in fair condition.

Sources said the 17-year-old attacker, a resident of the Palestinian Authority in the village of Slafit, near Shechem, was captured and is currently being questioned by security personnel.

The terrorist posted on Facebook on Monday morning that he wished to die, and asked to be buried next to his friend who died this past weekend in a car accident.

Video of the terrorist being captured:

Hana Levi Julian

Arab Terrorists Suspected in Two Stabbings of Jews in Jerusalem

Wednesday, July 24th, 2013

Two Jews were stabbed in separate  attacks in Jerusalem on Wednesday, and police are investigating the possibility that one or both of them were terrorist attacks. Arabs are suspected in both knifings.

One man, 52,  suffered moderate to serious  wounds when he was stabbed by an Arab in a bathroom at Shechem Gate in the Old City.

Police have not called it a terrorist attack, but a medic said the victim told him an Arab terrorist knifed him. Last week, Arabs stabbed two Jew sin the same area on Tisha B’Av.

Earlier, a man described to be in his 40s was stabbed in his stomach and back near the center of the city. He was listed in severe condition at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, and police are investigating the motive behind the attack.

Jewish Press News Briefs

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