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February 13, 2016 / 4 Adar I, 5776

Posts Tagged ‘rock attacks’

Arab Road Terrorists Use Ancient, Effective Weapons

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

Arab stone-throwing terrorists continued their attempts to kill Israeli motorists on the roads Tuesday, using ancient and primitive methods that are as deadly as any bullet, mortar or missile.

Arabs hurled rocks at cars on the Gush Etzion – Jerusalem segment of Highway 60 heading into Jerusalem. The attack took place between El Khader and the junction leading to the northern entrance to Efrat, south of Jerusalem. No one was injured in that attack.

Terrorists also hurled rocks at a vehicle marked with the United Nations logo as it traveled near the Jewish community of Efrat. No injuries reported.

Motorists were attacked on Route 35 in Judea, near the Jewish community of Adora as well.

Arab terrorists hurled rocks at motorists traveling on Highway 443, the old Tel Aviv-Jerusalem Highway near the village of Al Tira.

Stone-throwing attacks were also reported in the Jordan Valley near the village of J’aftalik.

Terrorists Attack Jerusalem Light Rail, Riot Around Capital

Monday, January 18th, 2016

Jerusalem Arabs have again attacked the Light Rail as it passed through the northern neighborhood of Shuafat.

The “travel terrorists” threw stones at the rail cars, and also at Israeli public buses and cars as they traveled on the highway passing the neighborhood.

During the night Arab attackers riots at numerous locations in and around the capital.

Among the sites recorded were: the Qalandia and Ras el Amud neighborhoods on the outskirts of Jerusalem, near Rachel’s Tomb; Al Favar in Mount Hebron; El Hader in Gush Etzion; Havara and Azoun in Samaria; and others.

Baby, Mother Hurt by Stone-Throwing Palestinian Arabs Near Tekoa

Thursday, October 1st, 2015

Clashes broke out between IDF soldiers and Palestinian Arabs in a village near the eastern Gush Etzion Jewish community of Tekoa on Thursday afternoon.

The confrontation was allegedly triggered when the military security coordination in Tekoa fired into the air to warn off villagers who had begun hurling rocks at a vehicle belonging to one of the families from Tekoa.

Residents of Tekoa had traveled to the Arab village near their town to protest Palestinian Arab stone-throwing attacks that injured a woman and a six-month-old baby, and traumatized two other young children a few hours earlier. The father was uninjured.

Israeli motorists driving in two separate cars had come under attack (Thursday Oct. 1) by Palestinian Arab terrorists on the road near near the community, which is located close to the Herodian, site of the ancient tomb of King Herod.

Both drivers continued to navigate their vehicles until they reached the safety of Tekoa, where they were able to inspect the damage to their cars.

Medics from the Magen David Adom emergency response service provided first aid to the woman who sustained a leg wound, and the six-month-old baby who was cut by flying glass.

Two other young children were badly traumatized and required treatment for anxiety after the attack.

Among Overnight Attacks Tuesday, Gaza Terrorists Launched a Rocket at Israel But …

Wednesday, September 16th, 2015

JewishPress.com will keep our readers updated with the galloping new Arab attack statistics as soon as information becomes available.

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu made it his business to tour the region around the capital and inspect sites where terror attacks had been perpetrated against Israelis. The prime minister bluntly “declared war” against rock-throwers and anyone perpetrating any other form of mayhem against Israelis.

Following is a summary of the Tuesday overnight attacks:

Just before midnight, Palestinian Arabs firebombed a vehicle near the Jewish community of Itamar in Samaria.

At around the same time, dozens of Arabs were rioting in Judea near the Tomb of the Biblical Matriarch Rachel. One of the rioters was shot by IDF soldiers when he threw an IED (improvised explosive device) at the soldiers who were deployed at the site.

About a half hour after midnight, Arab terrorists launched a rocket from Gaza at southern Israel, but the projectile fell short, and instead exploded in Gaza territory.

The rocket landed in the area of Deir al-Balah, according to the Hebrew-language HaKol HaYehudi website.

Road Terror on Highway 443, Rocks Hurled Again

Sunday, August 23rd, 2015

Palestinian Arabs attacked Israeli vehicles on Sunday as they were traveling on Highway 443 – the old Tel Aviv-Jerusalem highway.

The attackers hurled rocks at the vehicles, targeting them as they passed and scoring several direct hits.

None of the motorists were physically injured, according to the report broadcast on Israel Radio. At least one vehicle was damaged in the attacks, however.

Arab Teen Attacker Shot, 2 Israelis Hurt in Attacks

Tuesday, April 28th, 2015

A 16-year-old Palestinian Authority Arab was shot Monday night by IDF soldiers as he and several others attempted to kill Israeli travelers on the roads.

The young terrorist was taken to a hospital in the PA-controlled city of Jenin with a gunshot wound to the lower body.

His condition is unknown.

Earlier in the day, Palestinian Authority Arab terrorists firebombed an Israeli vehicle as it passed near the Samaria city of Shechem (Nablus).

One person in the car was hurt in the attack. The vehicle was set afire and was heavily damaged by the flames.

The Huwara and Za’atara checkpoints south of Shechem were shut down after the incident, locking down access to pre-1967 Israel from the Palestinian Authority and enabling IDF soldiers to search for suspects who are still at large.

In a second attack involving similar weapons, a Border Guard officer was injured Monday night in Jerusalem’s Wadi Joz neighborhood.

Rioting Arab residents hurled large rocks and firebombs (Molotov cocktails) as they clashed with security forces in the neighborhood.

The injured police officer was treated at the scene by Magen David Adom (MDA) paramedics. One rioter was arrested, according to Israel Police.

Tragic Death of 4 yr old Adele Biton, Road Terror Victim

Tuesday, February 17th, 2015

She was just four years old, but little Adele Biton has changed lives around the world.

When her story first hit the headlines, many more people – including Jews – had no idea that Arab rock-throwing was really “road terror,” another form of murder.

Adele’s mother Adva was driving with her three young daughters on Route 5 in Samaria in the West Bank when Palestinian Authority Arabs attacked her family as they passed, hurling rocks at the car.

All four were wounded – three moderately injured – after the car swerved off the road and collided with an oncoming truck. Two-year-old Adele was trapped in her car seat and was in critical condition. Her mother, who drove the car, also was trapped. Firefighters worked tirelessly to rescue them all.

Adele was rushed to Rabin Medical Center in Petach Tikvah but soon was transferred to the intensive care unit at the adjacent Schneider Children’s Hospital. For 18 months she underwent one operation after another, and then finally, in August 2014, the little girl was allowed to go home.

For six months she was free – fragile, but free.

Half a year later, her condition again began to deteriorate as the neurological injuries she suffered in the attack continued to complicate her life medically. “Every little thing that adds stress makes a huge difference,” her mother explained.

Adele caught pneumonia and returned this morning to the intensive care unit at Schneider Children’s Hospital where once more, the staff began the fight for her life.

This time, 4-year-old Adele Biton a”h slipped away.

May her memory be blessed, may her blood be avenged.

For Adele is not the first to die as the victim of road terror, the attackers using rocks as ammunition, their own arms as murder weapons of choice.

Those who attacked her family were a gang of five Palestinian Authority Arab teens ages 16 and 17 from the Samaria Arab village of Haras. The confessed to their “mission” under interrogation by the Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet), the ISA said in a statement after arresting the members of the teen terror cell.

Sadly, there have been others.

Asher Palmer, 24, was the son of American immigrants to Israel when he and his baby son Yonaton were murdered on September 23, 2011 – but the case was initially not as clear.

Law enforcement first believed Asher lost control of his vehicle near the Judean city of Kiryat Arba due to a motor vehicle accident. First responders told them plainly – and showed them the evidence (three rocks, include one stained with blood) – that the accident was due to a terror attack.

Within days the security assessment changed and two Palestinian Authority Arabs were arrested and charged in connection with the attack. Both proudly confessed to the murders. A third who witnessed the attack and stole Asher’s wallet and handgun from his body was also convicted of theft.

In that month of September 2011 alone, 498 incidents of rock attacks were recorded by the IDF.

The Palestinian Authority strives to glorify those who maim and murder Jews and Israelis, and especially honors those who succeed in terror attacks against citizens of the Jewish State. The PA even pays monthly salaries to those who are convicted on charges of terrorism and incarcerated in Israeli jails for such crimes. The longer the sentence, the higher the salaries, which are indirectly — and perhaps inadvertently — supported by the international community which provides financing to the PA government without mandating that it reform such practices.

Economy Minister Naftali Bennett said in response to the news of Adele Biton’s passing, “There are no words… Any people whose heroes are the murderers of children will never have a state.”

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