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Posts Tagged ‘Tapuach’

Female Terrorist Dead in Attack at Tapuach Junction

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

A female terrorist attempted to stab a soldier at the Tapuach junction in Samaria just before 1 PM on Wednesday. The terrorist was shot and killed. No soldiers were injured in the attack.

Samaria Regional Council head Yossi Dagan isued a statement saying, “This new attempt against our daily routine, not to mention our holiday, will not success. I wish to thank the IDF soldiers for their alertness.”

Dagan noted that tourism events throughout Samaria “will proceed as planned. The tens of thousands of visitors who right now fill up the numerous tourist spots in Samaria are voting with their legs. May we continue to have a happy and quiet holiday.

Arab news agency Ma’an noted that the still unidentified female terrorist was the 224th PA Arab terrorist killed by Israeli soldiers and civilians since the wave of terror began to spread across the country 13 months ago.

David Israel

Three Arabs Captured with M-16 Near Tapuach Junction

Sunday, June 19th, 2016

Border Police captured three Arabs on Saturday night near the Tapuach Junction in the Shomron, according to a TPS report.

Following an intelligence lead from the army, Border Police began looking for the three Arab men who were trying to sell the rifle.

At around 10 PM, police spotted and stopped the suspect’s vehicle. Upon inspection, they found the M-16. The rifle had been disassembled, with the parts hidden throughout the vehicle.

The three illegal arms dealers, in their twenties, are from Ramallah and Shechem (Nablus).

Jewish Press News Briefs

Attempted Drive-By Terror Attack in Samaria

Sunday, October 18th, 2015

Palestinian Arabs shot but failed to hit an Israeli vehicle on a Samaria road near the Huwara checkpoint Sunday night, close to the city of Shechem (Nablus) as the car traveled near the Jewish community of Tapuach.

Reports of shots being fired towards the car were followed by confirmation that no one in the vehicle was physically injured.

Israel Defense Forces rushed to the scene of the attack according to Israel Hatzoloh.

Hana Levi Julian

Palestinian Arab Stabber Identified, But Terror Affiliation Unclear

Monday, August 17th, 2015

The Shin Bet (General Security Service) has identified the Palestinian Arab terrorist who stabbed a Border Guard Police officer at the Tapuach junction earlier today as 25-year-old Mahmad Amsha, a resident of Samaria. But his “terror credentials” are still unclear.

Amsha lived in a village southwest of Jenin, according to the Shin Bet, and was a “lone wolf” attacker, unaffiliated with any recognized terror organization. Arab media reported Amsha was age 22 and a member of the Islamic Jihad terror organization, however.

Around midday Monday, (Aug. 17), Amsha approached a Border Guard Police officer guarding the Tapuach junction, saying he didn’t feel well and asking for medical assistance, according to the IDF spokesperson’s unit.

“When he got within a close range of the forces, he pulled out a knife and attempted to stab an officer,” the IDF said in a statement. “The officer was lightly injured and managed to fight off the assailant. The forces on site responded immediately, firing towards the attacker.”

Amsha subsequently died of his wounds, despite receiving treatment by IDF medics on site.

In its response, the Palestinian Authority warned in a statement: “Israel is executing our people in cold blood and the international community should stop it before the situation explodes.”

Monday’s attack was nearly identical to a similar attack in the same spot on Saturday by another Palestinian Authority Arab who likewise stabbed an IDF soldier in the back after he had turned to get him the water the terrorist had asked for, saying he was thirsty.

In that instance as well, other soldiers at the scene acted swiftly to neutralize the stabber, who later died of his gunshot wounds.

Hana Levi Julian

IDF Soldiers Foil Terrorist Stabbing, Neutralize Attacker in Samaria

Monday, August 17th, 2015

IDF soldiers foiled an attempted terror attack by a Palestinian Authority Arab terrorist Monday at the Tapuach junction in Samaria (Shomron), north of Jerusalem.

The terrorist attempted to stab a Border Guard Police officer who was standing guard at the junction, approximately the same location where a Palestinian Arab terrorist stabbed another soldier this past Saturday.

“A short while ago a Palestinian suspect approached the forces guarding the Tapuach junction, asking for help and medical assistance,” the IDF spokesperson’s unit explained in an SMS text statement to media.

“When he got within a close range of the forces, he pulled out a knife and attempted to stab an officer. The officer was lightly injured and managed to fight off the assailant. The forces on site responded immediately, firing towards the attacker.”

The terrorist reportedly died of his wounds, but this has not yet been confirmed.

Shomron Regional Council Yossi Dagan responded to the event with a strong statement of appreciation to the military and a call for the government to publicly support security forces as they enforce law and order in Judea and Samaria.

“We thank the security forces for their swift action,” Dagan said. “I call upon the prime minister to publicly support the soldiers for their decisive moves that without doubt saved the the lives of many — both civilians and soldiers — who were present at the scene [of the attack.]”

Hana Levi Julian

Missing Israeli Jewish Teenage Girl Found Safe

Thursday, May 22nd, 2014

A missing Jewish teenage girl from a Samaria town has been found safe and sound.

The girl, 19 year old Bat-El Aminov, is a resident of the town of Tapuach.

She was reported missing two days ago, and police asked media to request assistance from the public in finding her.

Bat-El was located today (Thursday) and is safe. No further details were released.

Jewish Press News Briefs

Missing Teenage Jewish Girl in Samaria

Wednesday, May 21st, 2014

Israel Police has asked the public to help locate 19-year-old Bat-El Aminov.

The teen, who lives in Samaria, failed to return to her home Tuesday in the Jewish town of Tapuach.

She is described as being of average height with tanned skin and with straight black hair.

Bat-El was last seen wearing a gold necklace with a figure-eight pendant, brown shoes and a blue and brown skirt. She was also carrying a big white bag.

It is essential to track her down as soon as possible. Please call the national police hotline “100″ or the Samaria police HQ at 03-906-5555 with any information that might lead to finding her.

Jewish Press Staff Writer

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