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Jerusalem Arab Hid in PA after Stabbing 2 Border Policemen

Friday, January 2nd, 2015

Israeli soldiers Thursday night entered Ramallah and arrested a Jerusalem Arab youth who stabbed two Border Police at the Old City of Jerusalem last week and then fled to the seat of power of the Palestinian Authority.

The IDF found the attacker, Mohammed al-Ajiluni, hiding in a home in Ramallah, where the Palestinian Authority is supposed to clean out the terrorist infrastructure and show Israel how it is so responsible that Israel can count on its army, called “police” under the Oslo Accords, to protect Israel.

Israel Radio reported Friday morning that the two Border Policemen suffered light wounds in the stabbing attack near the Lions Gate.

Firebombing in Jerusalem Neighborhood

Sunday, December 7th, 2014

Arab terrorists hurled a firebomb (Molotov cocktail) at an Israeli vehicle on Saturday in the Shiloach (Silwan) neighborhood of Jerusalem.

Shiloach is next to the Old City, nestled along the eastern side of the rampart walls.

The vehicle, which was heavily damaged in the attack, belonged to a security guard in the area. An investigation has been launched, according to Israel Police.

If and when the perpetrator or perpetrators are caught, it is likely they will face a stiff prison sentence.

On Sunday, November 2, the government cabinet voted to add an amendment to the current penal code, allowing judges to imprison a convicted terrorist for up to 20 years for throwing or casting stones or other objects — such as a firebomb — at a motor vehicle.

Police Arrest Suspected Stabber in Old City [video]

Tuesday, November 25th, 2014

On Monday night, 3 students from the Shuvu Banim yeshiva in the Old City of Jerusalem were stabbed by two Arab terrorists.

Bystanders caught on video the police arresting one of the suspects in the stabbing.

2 Jews Stabbed by Arab Terrorists in Old City of Jerusalem

Monday, November 24th, 2014

Jerusalem district police closed all entrances to the Old City Monday evening after two men were stabbed by Arab assailants near the Jaffa Gate.

A 45-year-old man managed to drag himself to the Kishleh police station with stab wounds in the abdomen, and said he’d been stabbed by Arabs.

A second man, age 32, was also hurt. He suffered wounds to the neck, and had a broken hand.

Both were rushed to Shaare Tzedek Medical Center in Jerusalem.

Police said three Jewish students from the Breslov Chassidic Yeshiva ‘Shuvu Banim’ were stabbed and beaten by a group of Arabs who surrounded them and then fled immediately following the attack.

It is not clear how the confrontation began, nor whether there was an argument and if so, who began it. However, Israel Police spokesperson Micky Rosenfeld said authorities “strongly believe” the incident was a terror attack.

Three of the suspects who were arrested reportedly are Arab residents of Jerusalem. In an odd twist, two Jews reportedly were also arrested in connection with the attack, according to The Muqata, although no details were provided.

Police joined Border Patrol officers in searching the area for additional perpetrators.

In the past month, 11 Israelis have died at the hands of Arab terrorists in Israel. The figure includes five victims who were murdered in a bloodbath last week at a Jerusalem synagogue perpetrated by two terrorists from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP).

Bicyclist Attacked Near Jerusalem’s Old City

Wednesday, November 19th, 2014

A 20-year-old man told police he was attacked by Arabs Tuesday night as he rode his bicycle near the New Gate of the Old City of Jerusalem.

The man was listed in fair to good condition at Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center after he was struck with a lead pipe.

Israel Police and Border Patrol officers have arrested two 19-year-old Arab males in connection with the attack. Both were held for further questioning.

The arrests were made after searches were conducted using footage from security cameras.

Arab Revolt in Pictures – from the Northern Israel to Jerusalem

Saturday, November 8th, 2014

Arabs with Israeli citizenship called for a “third intifada” on Saturday in protests in Haifa and trendy neighborhood in Jerusalem and riots in the Galilee in northern Israel, in Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria.

The radical Islamic Movement, whose northern branch is headquartered in Umm el-Fahm in the Lower Galilee, called settlers “dogs” and hailed the Arab terrorist who was killed by police Friday night a “martyr.”

Rock -throwing spread from the usual hotspots in Judea and Samaria to a major highway north of central Israel. Two Egged bus passengers suffered light wounds when rocks were thrown as the bus passed the police station near the Iron Junction, east of Hadera.

A three-year-old child was one of several Jews lightly injured by rock-throwing terrorists near the community of Shilo in Samaria.

Rioters in Jerusalem caused light damage to the light rail system, used by Arabs and Jews.

In the up-scale German Colony neighborhood in Jerusalem, 100 members of the left-wing Hadash party staged a protest blaming the Netanyahu government for the escalation of violence in eastern Jerusalem.

Border Police clashed with rioters in the Muslim Quarter in the Old City of Jerusalem and in eastern Jerusalem.

Arabs with sledgehammers break the security wall between Jerusalem and Ramallah.

Arabs with sledgehammers break the security wall between Jerusalem and Ramallah.

Arabs create opening for terrorists to walk the security wall between Ramallah and Jerusalem and Ramallah.

Arabs look out from the opening for terrorists to walk the security wall between Ramallah and Jerusalem and Ramallah.

 

Arab youth shoot fireworks during clashes with Border Police in Shuafat in Jerusalem.

Arab youth shoot fireworks during clashes with Border Police in Shuafat in Jerusalem.

Arab youth throw rocks at Border Police at the entrance to Kfar Kanna in the Galilee, in northern Israel.

Arab youth throw rocks at Border Police at the entrance to Kfar Kanna in the Galilee, in northern Israel.

US Officials Banned from Old City on Friday

Friday, October 31st, 2014

The United States has banned government officials are banned from entering Jerusalem’s Old City on Friday because of “civil unrest and clashes in the Old City and in East Jerusalem,” said a message sent Thursday to U.S. citizens by the U.S. Consulate in Jerusalem.

“As these events may continue tomorrow, U.S. government official personnel are restricted from entering the Old City on Friday, October 31,” the message said. “Although the current restriction is for the Old City, other areas may also be affected by clashes.”

Last week, the American government banned local staffers from riding the light rail because of Arab violence and vandalism against the system.

If an Arab terrorist, God forbid, blows up a McDonald’s restaurant next week, will the United States ban all officials from the fast food outlets in Israel?

And if, God forbid, there will be a country-wide intifada, will the U.S. government order all of its employees in n Israel to say home, or better yet, go home?

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/us-officials-banned-from-old-city-on-friday/2014/10/31/

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