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Posts Tagged ‘terror’

Palestinian Authority Police Terrorist Wounds 3 IDF Soldiers

Monday, October 31st, 2016

A Palestinian Authority Police officer wounded three IDF soldiers at around 5 pm Monday (October 31) in a shooting terror attack at the “Focus” checkpoint that secures the entrance to Ramallah, the capital city of the Palestinian Authority.

The checkpoint is located close to the Jewish community of Beit El, in the Binyamin Region.

“A Palestinian gunman arrived at an IDF crossing at the entrance to Ramallah and opened fire at forces at the scene, injuring three IDF soldiers,” the IDF said in a statement following the attack.

“In response to the immediate threat, forces shot the assailant. The soldiers have been evacuated for medical treatment.”

One soldier was listed in serious condition with a gunshot wound to the hip. Two other soldiers were listed in good condition, both having sustained shrapnel wounds. All of the wounded were evacuated to Hadassah Mount Scopus Medical Center in Jerusalem.

The terrorist was shot and killed by other forces at the scene.

Arab media has identified the terrorist as Mahmoud Turkeman, a member of a Special Forces Unit of the Palestinian Authority Police and a resident of Qabatiyeh, which is a village near Jenin.

This attack represents a serious escalation from previous attacks in recent months, and is an echo of a similar attack by another Palestinian Authority Security Force officer less than a year ago in the same place.

In that attack, three IDF soldiers were shot at the Focus checkpoint by a member of a high-ranking Palestinian Authority security detail in Ramallah.

Terrorist weapon

Terrorist weapon

Hana Levi Julian

BULLETPROOF – What if Ari Was a Leftist? [audio]

Friday, October 28th, 2016

Ari gives us an idea of what kind of person he would be if he were a Leftist. How he would think, and how he would function. Also, KID-TERRORISTS. Can it really be that Arab children as young as 8 years old, are carrying knives looking to murder?


Israel News Talk Radio

Arab Terror in Jerusalem Targets Jewish Homes and Buses

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

Stoning and other terrorist attacks by Jerusalem Arabs over the past ten days have seemed to skyrocket around the Israeli capital following passage of a first, and then second resolution by the United Nations Education, Science and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) erasing ancient historical ties between Judaism and Jerusalem.

The second resolution, passed by the World Heritage Committee, was proposed by Tunisia and Lebanon on behalf of the Palestinian Authority and Jordan, neither of whom could vote on the measure because neither are members of the World Heritage Committee.

Arab terrorists on Wednesday hurled stones at an Israeli public bus traveling in Jerusalem as the vehicle drove around the Mount of Olives.

It was the second stoning attack in the Israeli capital in a matter of hours, following an earlier attack on an Israeli bus in the Jerusalem neighborhood of A-Tur which resulted in a smashed windshield on the vehicle.

None of the passengers were physically injured in the Mount of Olives attack, nor did the attackers succeed in damaging the bus.

In another attack, Arab attackers hurled stones at the Beit Yonatan apartment building in the ancient Jerusalem neighborhood of Shiloach (Silwan), as well as at a security vehicle that was passing in the area.

Arab terrorists also carried out a third attack on Rehov HaKari in the Old City of Jerusalem, hurling a glass bottle at a pedestrian who miraculously was not injured in the attack.

Israel Police spokesperson Micky Rosenfeld told JewishPress.com, “There was an incident reported of stones thrown near the Old City. Police units searched the area for suspects. General Security measures continue in and around the Old City,” he said.

Rosenfeld added that it is not believed the attacks are related to the UNESCO resolution, nor do they comprise a new, or renewed “wave of terror” beginning in the capital.

Hana Levi Julian

Terror Victim Inspires Unique Sukkot Decorations Across Israel and Abroad

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

A group of female graphic designers from across Israel have spearheaded a project to commemorate Na’ama Henkin, the 30-year-old mother who was murdered with her husband, Rabbi Eitam Henkin, 31 in a drive-by shooting carried out by three Hamas terrorists last October 2015. The couple was killed as they were driving with their four young children on the road between Itamar and Elon Moreh in Samaria.

Eitam Henkin was a doctoral student at Tel Aviv University and Na’ama was a respected graphic designer who owned her own studio. The family lived in the Neria community in the Mateh Binaymin Regional Council of southern Samaria.

“We wanted to find a way to remember the kind of person Na’ama Henkin was,” Rivkah Nitsan told Tazpit Press Service (TPS) in an interview. Nitsan, herself a graphic designer, did not personally know Henkin but followed her graphic design work.

“The last thing that Na’ama created was a poster for Sukkot, which she had uploaded to her Facebook business page for her clients and friends to print and use to decorate their Sukkot [booths],” Nitsan explained. Henkin had chosen a passage symbolizing unity within Israel for her last creation.

“A group of graphic designers from secular and religious backgrounds came together to create a variety of posters to use as Sukkot decorations based on Na’ama’s original color palette,” Nitsan told TPS. Each of the 44 designers who participated in the project chose a passage and a Sukkot-themed symbol for their poster, keeping within the spirit of Na’ama’s last work.

Over 40 posters were created and have been uploaded to a Facebook page, Aguda Achat – In Memory of Rav Eitam and Naama Henkin, dedicated to Hemkin’s memory. People from across Israel including some Knesset members and people from abroad have downloaded the posters to decorate their Sukkahs. “People in Canada and the USA wrote to us saying that they have hung these posters in their Sukkahs,” said Nitsan, who noted that head of the Zionist Union party and opposition leader Isaac Herzog had several posters in his family’s Sukkah.

“Na’ama was a very kind and giving person and she believed in the unity of our people. We wanted to commemorate this legacy of Na’ama,” commented Nitsan.

“The project gives people the opportunity to remember the light and beauty of Na’ama. I believe that if Na’ama is looking down right now, she’d be happy to see how her work is continuing to inspire others,” concluded Nitsan.

Anav Silverman, Tazpit News Agency

The Danger Zone – When Will We Learn? [audio]

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

With Israel being at the forefront of terrorism you would think they know how to handle terrorists, but sometimes you just have to ask the question, “When will we learn?” Today we will be discussing the case of Eiman the 17 year old daughter of the terrorist Misbah Abu Sbeih from last Sunday’s attack in Jerusalem. Afterwards we will be joined once again by Rabbi Aryel Nachman to discuss the UNESCO vote which claims that Jews have no connection to the Temple Mount.

The Danger Zone 17OCT2016 – PODCAST


Israel News Talk Radio

Phantom Nation – The Bloody Score Card [audio]

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

Religion or tuth?  There are those that act out of religion, and those that act out of truth.  Enemies of Israel and the Jewish People follow their man-made religions, and sadly, some murder in its name.  Hear what Sha’i has to say about it.  Phantom Nation 17OCT2016 – PODCAST

Israel News Talk Radio

Bennett Suspends All Cooperation with ‘Terror Supporting’ UNESCO

Friday, October 14th, 2016

As part of his role as Education Minister, Habayit Hayehudi Chairman Naftali Bennett is also President of the Israel National Commission for UNESCO, and so on Friday he decided to suspend all professional cooperation with the international body following its resolution that denied the connection of the Jewish people to the Temple Mount and the Western Wall. The Israeli commission will no longer conduct meetings with UNESCO representatives nor participate in its international conferences, due to what Bennet called the organization’s support for terror.

According to Bennett, “the organization’s decision is a denial of history which offers a back wind to terrorism. I will work with my colleagues around the world against this delusional resolution. An official announcement has been sent to the UNESCO leadership.”

Minister Bennett also sent a letter to all UNESCO member states saying that “anyone who rewards the supporters of jihad in Jerusalem, on the same week that two Jews have been murdered in the city, could end up being next in line, God forbid. The Western world must resist UNESCO and rewarding terror.”

The resolution, voted on by non-Western states including many from the Arab world, was submitted by the Palestinian Authority. Among other things they blame Israel for destroying Jerusalem’s historic and archeological heritage by conducting archaeological digs.

David Israel

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