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French Police Still Searching for 3 Terrorists

Wednesday, January 7th, 2015

French police are still searching for the 3 Islamic terrorists who opened fire in the offices of the Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris, killing 12 people, including 2 policemen and an editor and cartoonist at the magazine. Four other people have been critically injured.

The three terrorists swapped cars after the attack, stealing another car for their getaway.

A witness who spoke to the terrorists before the attack and let them into the building, said they spoke perfect French and they said they were from Al Qaida.

The woman was there with her child, and they threatened to kill them if she didn’t let them into the building. The woman and her daughter hid under a table during the attack.

The terrorists asked for some of their victims by name.

Other witnesses to the attack said they heard them yell, “We’ve avenged the honor of the prophet” and “Allah hu Achbar.”

The terrorists have been described as clearly having professional military training.

 

 

 

 

 

Chemical Terror Victim Describes Attack [video]

Friday, December 12th, 2014

An interview, in Hebrew, with Moshe Claud Kamon, who was attacked in Gush Etzion, near the El Hadr junction by a terrorist who threw a chemical in his face.

The terrorist also attacked a family, and threw a chemical on 3 children and their mother in a car.

Part 1

Part 2

Family Attacked Near Gush Etzion Tunnels, Terrorist Shot

Friday, December 12th, 2014

2:24 PM The attack was more extensive than previously reported.

The terrorist was shot in the leg by a citizen who was driving by as Border Police were chasing after the terrorist near the El Hadr junction.

At the time of the chase, the terrorist was chasing after another victim, this time to stab him with a screwdriver.

Just previous to that, the terrorist had thrown the chemicals on the family in a car.

The mother and her 3 daughters are being treated at Shaarei Tzedek Hospital in Jerusalem.

(Updated) Another man, who was hitchhiking, had liquid chemicals thrown at his face, and is being treated at Hadassah Ein Karem.

2:07 PM UPDATE: The male victim has been downgraded to lightly injured. Four, not three children were injured.

The terrorist was moderately injured with a gunshot to the leg.

At 1:35 PM MDA received an emergency call that 4 children were injured after having a chemical thrown at them near the Husan / El Hadr traffic light (between Beitar and near the Gush Etzion tunnels).

At the scene MDA treated a man in his 40’s and three children ages 8 to 10.

IDF reports that a Palestinian Authority terrorist attacked the family.

The man had the chemical/acid thrown at his eyes and face, and is in moderate condition. The children were hit in the lower extremities are are lightly injured.

IDF soldiers shot the attacker, and he is in serious condition.

Additional details to follow as they become available.

Rivlin Visits Arami Family, Three Months After Murder

Tuesday, December 9th, 2014

President Ruby Rivlin visited the family of Netanel Arami on Tuesday to pay his condolences.

Netanel Arami was murdered three months ago in Petach Tikva, when both his rappelling cables were cut as he was going down the side of a building he was working on.

Originally, the police had a gag order on the case, but the court eventually lifted it after pressure from the family, publicizing that Arami was murdered in a terror attack.

At the time, almost no government officials, besides MK Moshe Feiglin visited the family.

Hit and Run in the Shomron, Possible Terror Attack

Monday, December 1st, 2014

A 60 year old Jewish man was hit by a car in a hit and run on Monday afternoon near Migdalim (Tzomet Alon) in the Shomron. The victim was evacuated from the scene by helicopter to Beilinson hospital with a serious head injury. He is currently on a respirator.

Police suspect it may have been a run-over terror attack.

Israel Law Center Wins Landmark Decision Against PA in NY Court

Friday, November 21st, 2014

Shurat HaDin – the Israel Law Center – on Thursday (Nov. 20) won a landmark decision against the Palestinian Authority (PA) on behalf of 11 families of victims of terror. The U.S. District Court in New York set a date for a jury trial in January for the case that began in 2004.

The Israeli civil rights advocacy group is representing the families in a lawsuit that holds the PA and Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) responsible for the deaths of their loved ones due to seven terror attacks between 2001 and 2004, during the period of the second intifada.

“For years the PA provided funding and every measure of support for the murderous terrorist operations in Israel that devastated the country and left so many civilians dead,” said Shurat HaDin head Attorney Nitzana Darshan-Leitner.

“The decision and trial will provide an unprecedented opportunity to present to a New York jury all that the evidence that has been amassed documenting the Palestinians’ use of terrorism as an official policy to advance their goals,” she added.

At issue is the question of whether the PA and PLO are “vicariously liable” for the deaths of the American citizens killed in the seven terror attacks.

Thursday’s decision found there was sufficient evidence to prove that PA employees were involved in carrying out terror attacks against civilians in Israel and that the PA and PLO provided weapons, money and other material support to the operatives, in violation of U.S. Anti-Terror laws.

Moreover, there is sufficient evidence to provide the possibility that a jury could also rule the PA and PLO guilty of providing “safe haven” to the terrorists, and material support to Fatah’s military wing, the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades and Gaza’s ruling Hamas terrorist organization.

Recently Shurat HaDin won a ruling against the Arab Bank in which the bank was found guilty of providing material support to Hamas in funding terrorist attacks. The bank has appealed the case.

The trial set for January is a landmark case whose costs in terms of damages awarded by the court to the plaintiffs could reach up to $1 billion.

 

 

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.

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/bicyclist-attacked-near-jerusalems-old-city/2014/11/19/

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