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August 27, 2016 / 23 Av, 5776

Posts Tagged ‘Palestinian Terror’

Girl, 13, Murdered in Kiryat Arba, Hebron Stabbing Terror Attack

Thursday, June 30th, 2016

Hallel Yaffa Ariel, 13, who was stabbed dozens of times while in her bed by an infiltrating Arab terrorist in Kiryat Arba, Hebron, passed away Thursday morning a few hours after the attack, in Sharei Tzedek hospital in Jerusalem.

According to an announcement by the Kiryat Arba community, Hallel was a dancer and had participated only Wednesday night in a dance event organized by the Kiryat Arba based Harikud dance arts center.

The man who was injured by the same stabbing terrorist is under medical care in Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center. According to News 0404, he is member of a family that has already lost two sons to terrorists. He’s a volunteer with Kiryat Arba’s security team. He was seriously wounded while fighting the terrorist.

David Israel

Jewish Press Guide for Drivers Faced with Arab Rock-Throwers

Sunday, October 25th, 2015

What do you do when you are driving on an Israeli road and a rock hits your car?

It has become a common event. Rock-throwing began in the first intifada in the late 1980s throughout Gaza, Judea and Samaria.

Israel now is becoming energy self-sufficient. It always has been and always will be rock self-sufficient, especially in Judea and Samaria, where Arabs have plenty of free ammunition.

Rock-throwing periodically returns to popularity, and it has become one of the favorite pastimes of Arab youth who have been educated for a generation by the Palestinian Authority to hate Jews, Israel and Zionism.

The most popular highways for terrorists to pledge their allegiance to the “resistance” and throw rocks and firebombs are on the well-traveled roads connecting Kfar Saba to central Samaria and northern Samaria with the southern Hebron Hills via, Ofra, Beit El, Gush Etzion, Hebron-Kiryat-Arba and Susiya to the south.

I have been stoned, pardon the expression, several times. Thank God, no one has been injured, even when a rock once crashed the side window of our two-week-old car, leaving a young woman, who was to be married two weeks later, with glass all over her.

Here are a few pointers for novices from my own personal experience, but first of all, no one should stop driving on the highways because of the fear of being attacked. That simply is surrendering to the enemy.

The aim of the rock-throwing terrorists is multi-fold:

— Kill the driver or passenger with a direct hit or cause the drive to lose control of his vehicle and kill everyone in the car;

–Scare the Jews off the roads and then scare them into the sea.

Here are several tips for drivers. They will not guarantee that you won’t be hit or hurt, but they might lessen the chance.

Try to stay between two vehicles with Palestinian Authority license plates. When there is one in front of you and one in back of you, your car is a more difficult target for rock-throwers to identify and hit.

Of course, keep your doors locked and windows up in case they decide to carjack you, or open your door and attack you while you’re stopped at a light or when the car in front blocks you. However, be careful you don;t get trapped between two Palestinian Authority “resistance” drivers who suddenly realize they can trap you.

Keep an eye out for rocks on the road. That is a sure sign that the terrorists are waiting for you.

Drive like a jerk.

When I pass through hot spots like Beit Omar, south of Kiryat Arba, I suddenly speed, then I slow down, and then I speed again. It confuses the rock-thrower who gauges the speed of the car.

Furthermore, it usually is an Arab and not a Jew who drives like an idiot, so the rock-thrower probably will figure you are one of them.

It is true that is harder to hit a fast-moving target, but if a rock hits a car that is speeding, the impact could be lethal. However, if there are no Arab cars behind and in front of you, speeding is the best option. By speeding, I mean like a race-car driver.

What do you do if you get hit by a rock?

The first, last and only thing to do is to start exercising your right foot. Firmly place it on the gas pedal and press it through the floor. It helps the blood circulation in the foot and also gets you out of Dodge as fast as possible.

What happens if you are met with a barricade of rocks?

That happened to me in the first Intifada in Hebron. You can be an idiot and get out of your car and tear apart the barricade, making you a sitting duck for a sniper or setting yourself up to be blown up when you touch an explosive device.

Simply stay in your car, hit the gas pedal and drive through or around the barricade. If your tires get punctured, just keep driving. The government will pay the bill.

Others recommend, a very sharp and fast reserve out of there.

Guns:

Do NOT shoot. That is not a typo. Do NOT shoot, unless you want to go to jail

Shooting at a rock-throwing terrorist is a disproportionate response that is going to get you a lot of bad publicity in the United Nations as well as a prison term, unless you can prove that your life was on the line. That is pretty hard to do after the rock has been thrown and all you have to do to get out of danger is to speed away. Don’t play Lone Ranger because Tonto is not around to help you.

There are rare instances when a gun can save your life, but there have been too many instances of cowboys pulling the trigger before putting the brain in gear.

One example: Several years, ago, one young man approached a checkpoint and heard a shot. He pulled out his gun and was promptly shot by alert guards. The man is lucky to be alive today.

Don’t be afraid. Consider driving in Judea and Samaria as an experience.

And don’t forget to say the traveler’s prayer before driving,. It is not insurance, but it can’t hurt.

Happy motoring.

Tzvi Ben-Gedalyahu

Palestinian Authority Terrorists Wound 4-Year-Old Girl with Firebomb

Saturday, October 24th, 2015

Palestinian Authority terrorists celebrated another Day of Rage Friday by throwing a firebomb at Jewish family in a vehicle north of Jerusalem and wounding five people, including a four-year-old girl.

The family was driving on Highway 60 near Beit El in Samaria before Shabbat when the Molotov cocktail was hurled at their car.

The parents and two children suffered light burns.

The little girl, her parents and siblings were rushed to Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital.

The Palestinian Authority calls terrorist attacks “acts of resistance” which on Friday included riots, rock-throwing and other firebomb attacks throughout Judea and Samaria. One of their targets was Rachel’s Tomb, which UNESCO declared this week is a Muslim site even though it existed long before the founding of Islam.

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Tzvi Ben-Gedalyahu

Heartache and Questions Follow Israeli Parents’ Horrifying Murder by Palestinian Gunmen

Friday, October 2nd, 2015

JERUSALEM (Tazpit) – Following the horrifying terror attack that took the lives of two parents from the Neria community on Thursday night, thousands of people came to pay their respects to the murdered couple, Naama, 30, and Eitam Henkin, 31, who were buried on Friday morning, October 2 in Jerusalem. Their nine-year-old son, Matan, in between tears, struggled to recite the mourner’s Kaddish prayer for his parents.

Matan and his siblings, Nitzan, age 7, Netta, age 4, and four-month-old baby Itamar , witnessed the gunning down of their parents as they were driving near the Palestinian village of Beit Furik last night near the Itamar and Elon Moreh communities in Samaria. The gunshots were fired from a moving Palestinian vehicle, and the terrorists still remain at large as of Friday.

“You should be eulogizing me and not the opposite, mother to her son,” said Rabbanit Chana Henkin who made aliyah with her husband Rabbi Yehuda Henkin from the United States during the 1970s.

The grieving mother spoke of the appreciation she had of her son’s character and accomplishments in the world of Torah study and values. Her son, who was a rabbi, had recently completed his second book on Jewish law related to the Sabbath and was a prolific writer of Jewish history and Jewish law.

“You never complained about anything,” said Rabbanit Henkin, who herself is the founder and dean of the Nishmat Institute in Jerusalem for women, where her son also taught. “Both you and Naama shared a great love between you.”

“The children were saved by a miracle,” continued Rabbanit Henkin. “The 4-month-old baby will not remember his mother’s love, but I hope the rest of her children do. She was a very special and fragile woman; a wonderful mother.”

“I don’t understand G-d’s deliberations,” said the father, Rabbi Yehuda Henkin in his eulogy.

Thousands of people came to the couple’s funeral including Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat, Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi David Lau, Sephardi Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef and fellow residents from the Neriya community in the Binyamin region where the Heinkin family lived. President Rivlin recounted how Naama, who owned a successful graphic design business, had recently written him a letter following the murder of Danny Gonen who was killed in a Palestinian terror attack in the Binyamin region earlier in June.

“She signed the letter ‘from a citizen who cares,’” said President Rivlin. “I wrote Naama back…that we are responsible for our security and for the security of our citizens” said the Israeli president. “I promised that I would continue to hug the victims of terror in homes where the light went out forever. I never imagined that in your home, the light would go out and that I, we, would hug your orphan kids.”

“She was such a talented person and a good friend,” Naama, a resident of Neriya and a friend of the victim, told Tazpit. “We just celebrated her 30th birthday. How can something like this happen?” she asked.

U.S. Ambassador to Israel, Dan Shapiro tweeted on his Twitter account: “We strongly condemn the murders of Eitam & Naama Henkin, z”l, which orphaned their children. Support efforts 2 bring terrorists 2 justice.” The U.S. ambassador also tweeted a message in Hebrew, stating that there were no words that could comfort the orphaned children.

“Will the country continue to be silent after this tragedy? What’s next? There are so many question marks and no answers,” Naama told Tazpit. “We have every right to live here in security – we shouldn’t have to suffer like this.”

Anav Silverman, Tazpit News Agency

Arabs Burn Bethlehem Church

Sunday, September 27th, 2015

Father Gabriel Naddaf reports on his Facebook page that Palestinian Authority Arabs in Bethlehem burned the St. Charbel (Sharbel) church on Saturday night.

Naddaf blames the Palestinian Authority for negligence in protecting the Christian holy sites under its control.

Jewish Press News Briefs

Mother Injured in Attack in Gush Etzion

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Terrorist threw an empty glass bottle at a Jewish car being driven near The Amos junction in Gush Etzion on Wednesday morning.

The windshield was damaged. Some glass hit the mother, lightly injuring her. The baby was not injured.

She continued driving to a nearby first-aid station.

Earlier this morning, stone-throwers hit a driver near Beitar Ilit, lightly injuring the driver.

Jewish Press News Briefs

Two Terrorists Killed in Separate Attacks [video]

Saturday, April 25th, 2015

A Border Policeman in Hebron was stabbed multiple times in the head, neck and chest on Saturday by a Palestinian Authority terrorist.

The terrorist was shot and killed by a second soldier.

The Border Policeman is in moderate but stable condition.

On Friday night, an Arab tried to stab a soldier at a checkpoint between Jerusalem and Ma’ale Adumim.

That terrorist was killed. The soldier was not injured.

Jewish Press News Briefs

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