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April 19, 2015 / 30 Nisan, 5775
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Coastal Highway 2 Closed in Terror Alert

Friday, January 2nd, 2015

Highway 2, also known as the “Coastal Highway”, was shut down near Netanya, at noon, following an intelligence report of a potential terrorist attack, according to Reshet Bet.

The intelligence indicated that Arab terrorists were on a bus to Hadera, in order to perpetrate a suicide bomb attack in the city.

During their search, police caught 2 illegal Palestinian Authority Arabs on a bus and arrested them.

It was determined that they were not connected to the potential attack and they were subsequently released.

Police also put up roadblocks in this area on Thursday.

Coastal Highway 2 has since been reopened, and the traffic jams are opening up.

Brooklyn Jews Tackle Man Who Shot Colleague in Robbery Attempt

Friday, December 26th, 2014

Brooklyn authorities have charged a 24-year-old man with attempted murder and armed robbery after three store employees chased after him and pinned him down until police arrived.

Jeandro Perez, 24, allegedly tried to rob the AS Appliance store and then shot one of the employees when he and other workers refused to hand over the cash.

Perez fled the scene but was chased down by three other store workers, one of whom also was shot before Perez was tackled. The accomplice who fled has been identified and his arrest s expected.

The victims were treated at a hospital for their injuries and released.

Perez has been charged with two counts of attempted murder, four counts of armed robbery, two counts of assault and one count of illegal possessing a loaded gun.

Store employee Ali Mazer said that after a fellow employee was shot, he joined the chase after the gunman.

“When I went outside, the guy turned and shot me right here,” pointing at his stomach, he told WABC.

Mazer said he was suspicious of the two attempted robbers as soon as they entered the store.

“I was by myself, they was [sic] looking around. I said do you need help? They said ‘no;’ they went across the street to the bar. I had a feeling something was going to happen but I wasn’t sure. 30 minutes later, another two guys came in with guns.”

“They told us to get on the floor, my uncle pushed them, I ran out and chased them and they shot me.”

French Police Kill Islamic Terrorist Inside Police Station

Saturday, December 20th, 2014

On Saturday afternoon a man entered a police station in Joue-les-Tours, France, according to the French newspaper, La Figaro.

Three policemen approached the man who seemed upset, at which point the man pulled out a knife and began stabbing the policemen while yelling “Allah hu Akbar”.

One policewoman was stabbed in the face, and then two additional policemen were stabbed by the Islamic terrorist.

Another policeman in the station pulled his gun, and shot the terrorist dead.

The terrorist, a native of Burundi, had a criminal record, and was known for his Islamic positions.

Hamas on the Temple Mount

Friday, December 19th, 2014

Israel’s police force must be exhausted after a hard week arresting Jewish children on the Temple Mount with candles and a Chanukiah or for daring to say a prayer out loud, because they were clearly unable to do anything about the Hamas rally on the Temple Mount today.

Arab social media sites are full of photos of an openly-held rally for Hamas on the Temple Mount, replete with dozens of masked men, green Hamas headbands and flags.

The only thing missing are the guns and rocket launchers.

If the police keep doing such a great job, maybe that’s next.

In an unrelated story, PM Netanyahu and DM Yaalon allowed entry of hundreds of Gazans into Israel today so they could visit the Temple Mount to pray.

 

 

Ashdod Mystery: Four Found Unconscious

Friday, December 19th, 2014

Four men are in serious condition in Ashdod, and so far, nobody knows why. The men were found unconscious in the middle of the night. They were taken to hospital, where they are undergoing tests in an attempt to determine what happened.

The four were found in a restaurant, leading doctors to look for evidence of poisoning. Police say there were no signs of violence.

Hanukkah Miracle Brings ‘770’ Stabbing Victim Home

Friday, December 19th, 2014

The 22-year-old rabbinic student stabbed last week inside “770” Eastern Parkway, the synagogue at Chabad-Lubavitch World Headquarters, is home from the hospital in a Hanukkah miracle.

Israeli yeshiva student Levi Rosenblatt underwent emergency neurosurgery at New York’s Bellevue Medical Center after he was stabbed by Calvin Peters. The attacker was subsequently shot and killed by police who raced to the scene upon seeing the stabbing unfold on their monitors at a special mobile base across the street from the synagogue.

Rosenblatt was rushed in very serious condition to nearby Kings County Hospital but quickly moved to Bellevue when it became obvious he required specialized surgery. His condition stabilized soon after the operation was completed.

“Mr. Rosenblatt suffered a knife injury to the blood vessels in an extremely sensitive area of his brain,” neurosurgery chief Dr. Paul Huang explained in a news release. “Because of the resources available to us, as well as the experience and expertise of the nurses and physicians at Bellevue Hospital, we were able to deliver a very sophisticated level of care to this patient. He underwent a procedure to repair two blood vessels, which was successful. He has had an amazing recovery.”

Groups of Chassidim maintained a vigil at the hospital, praying for Rosenblatt’s speedy recovery, as his name was circulated by others to prayer chains around the world.

“I have a lot of people from way back in the beginning to thank, above all, God and the [Lubavitcher] Rebbe who provided his blessings,” Rosenblatt said in the release.

“Thanks to the Hatzalah (emergency rescue service) of Crown Heights volunteer ambulance service, the NYPD, the doctors and nurses here at Bellevue and at Kings County Hospital (where he was first taken), my friends who stayed with me in my room around the clock, my family who came from Israel to be with me, and all the people all over the world who have prayed for me,” he said.

Boy Arrested Trying to Recreate Chanukah on Temple Mount

Wednesday, December 17th, 2014

Police arrested a Jewish boy Wednesday morning who had planned to go up to the Temple Mount.

In the boy’s bag police found a Chanukiah, oil candles and matches, according to Tazpit News Agency.

Clearly the boy wasn’t familiar enough with the original story of Chanukah.

When the police began to approach him, he should have started to play with the dreidel.

The boy is being represented by Honeinu lawyers.

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/police-arrest-boy-with-chanukiah-on-temple-mount/2014/12/17/

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