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Palestinian Authority Man Shot in Latest Infiltration Attempt

Sunday, October 20th, 2013

The IDF shot a Palestinian Authority man in the leg on Sunday morning.

The man was attempting to infiltrate into the village of Meitar, located in the Negev, north-east of Be’er Sheva and near the Yatir forest.

When the man was spotted cutting the fence protecting the town, the troops first fired warning shots in the air, which the man apparently ignored. They then shot him in the leg.

He was taken to Soroka hospital in stable condition.

Last week, a Palestinian Authority terrorist breached an IDF base with his tractor in an attempt to kill IDF soldiers.

On October 10th, Palestinian Authority terrorists killed Sariya Ofer outside his home in the Jordan Valley.

On October 5th, Palestinian Authority terrorists attempted to kill 9 year old Noam Glick in her home in Psagot.

On September 22, IDF soldier Gal Kobi was shot and killed by a Palestinian Authority sniper in Hebron.

On September 20, a Palestinian Authority terrorist lured off-duty IDF soldier Tomer Hazan to his death.

Arabs Using Airguns

Tuesday, October 15th, 2013

Arabs shot into Beit Hadassah in Hebron on Tuesday evening with an air gun. There were no injuries in the attack.

On Tuesday morning, a resident of Kedumim was shot in the face with an air gun, and lightly injured.

In Hebron, the residents are starting to prepare to host the many thousands of visitors expected for Shabbat Chayei Sarah, in a week and a half.

Arabs Attack Border Policemen Near Jerusalem

Tuesday, October 15th, 2013

On Tuesday, Arabs attacked Border Policemen in the village of Beit Ichsa, which is located between Mevaseret Tzion and Ramot.

One soldier was injured in his eye. In response, the soldiers fired in the air, and 2 Arabs were arrested.

After Ergdogan, Next Hamas Meeting is with Iran

Friday, October 11th, 2013

After the fall of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Hamas leader Khaled Mashal has been seeking out new partners to help support his Gaza based Islamic dictatorship and its ongoing terror activities against Israel and Egypt.

The military regime in Egypt has had almost enough of Hamas’s support for terror in the Sinai, and last week contemplated a direct military strike on Gaza. Epypt has been destroying Gaza’s terror tunnels in an attempt to stop the attacks against Egyptians in the Sinai.

Hamas leader Mashal met with Turkish PM Erdogan in Anakara this week to ensure and solidify Turkey’s support for Hamas.

Next week, Mashaal will be flying to Iran, for the first time in two years.

Iran’s financial support of Hamas has been dwindling over the past few years, and Mashal wants to get it back.

In order to help win Iranian support, Hamas is repositioning itself in favor of the Assad regime.

Mashal’s message this week has been for a third Initfada, and for everyone to point their guns and rifles at their united enemy – Israel.

Car Bomb in Sinai Kills 4

Thursday, October 10th, 2013

A car bomb exploded in the Sinai on Thursday morning, killing 3 Egyptian soldiers and 1 Egyptian policeman.

9 Year Old Shot in Terror Attack. Search Continues (+Photos)

Saturday, October 5th, 2013

UPDATES BELOW. Saturday night 9:40PM: A 9 year old girl in the town of Psagot, near Kochav Yaakov in the Binyamin region, has been shot in the chest, in what is apparently a terror attack. Medics are working to save her life.

The girl was taken to Sha’arei Tzedek Hospital in Jerusalem.

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UPDATES (Latest first):  (All photos: Hillel Mayer / Tazpit News Agency)

1:28 AM (Sunday) IDF will soon begin allowing Psagot residents stuck outside the town to go home. Each resident will need to show ID, and will be brought in by an IDF armored vehicle. Private cars will need to stay outside.

1:04 AM (Sunday) UPDATE: Searches continue with Psagot. IDF keeps status at highest alert that a terrorist might still be within the town. Kochav Yaakov and Adam, searches continue for possible terrorist. Anatot alert cancelled, 2 figure seen entering and exiting the town, escaping to nearby Arab village.

1:01 AM (Sunday) Residents stuck outside of  Psagot being redirected to other towns to spend the night.

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12:46 AM (Sunday) Alert still on in Psagot. (Long night ahead.)

12:31 AM: Unconfirmed report that the girl had been shot 3 times. A knife was also found near the steps to the home.

12:28 AM: IDF repeats warning to Psagot residents – DO NOT LEAVE YOUR HOMES.

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12:15 AM NEW ALERTS: Additional armed terrorist spotted in Kochav Yaacov.  ”Abir Layla Gimmel”.

Towns of Adam and Anatot call “Abit Layla Bet” alerts, after holes in security fence discovered.

 12:14 AM (Sunday) Girl in recovery room.

11:49 PM Girl currently undergoing surgery.

11:37 PM Psagot Security forces captured one terrorist inside the town, according to town residents.

11:33 PM UNCONFIRMED Terrorist may have been captured inside the town of Psagot.

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11:26 PM IDF pursuit has now entered Ramallah, in coordination with PA police.

11:15 PM New reports of shooting at a IDF officer (not policeman) on a motorcycle between Psagot and Beit El. No injuries.

11:09 PM Arab sources report IDF inside Al-Birah, next to Psagot, where it is believed the terrorist came from. Arab sources claim they hear exchange of gunfire.

11:02 PM IDF has found the hole in the fence the terrorist apparently used to enter the town.

10:51 PM Girl was initially treated by her neighbor, the Jerusalem MDA director. He received phone call from MDA that there was a shooting in Psagot, and realized it was his neighbors house.

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10:41 PM The girl saw the shooter. He shot her with a rifle.

10:37 PM IDF going house to house in Psagot to make sure terrorist is not inside any home. Instructions to residents: If you hear knocking on your door, do not open the door. Answer from within the house.Psagot 3

10:33 PM The IDF is treating situation under assumption that  the terrorist is still inside the town. Residents have been told to remain indoors with windows and doors locked. Personal weapons on hand.

Noam’s parents are with her in the hospital.

10:24 PM Tazpit News Agency reports: The girl is currently in the Sha’arei Tzedek trauma center. She was shot in the shoulder, near the neck. The bullet exited her back. She is conscious.

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For prayers, her name is Noam bat Michal  / Noam Glick.

10:14 PM Tazpit News Agency reports that there is an initial, unconfirmed report that the shooter wore a black ski mask, and shot the girl from the steps of the house. IDF is checking for snipers. The house faces the Arab village of El-Birah.

10:00 PM Emergency teams on site.

9:56 PM There is currently an additional siren going off in Psagot. Details still unclear.

9:54 PM Residents of Psagot have been ordered indoors.

 

 

 

 

 

Arab Terrorists Caught Near Beit El

Friday, September 27th, 2013

On Thursday evening, the IDF caught two Arab terrorists that had earlier in the evening thrown multiple fire bombs at buses and cars near Beit El.

Palestinian Authority Terrorists Shoot Peace Talks in the Head

Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

The Palestinian Authority, after three days of silence on their terrorists’ murders of two IDF soldiers, took one more step Monday to self-destruct the Big Lie by blaming Israel. The Jewish Press discussed the Big Lie here on the eve of Yom Kippur.

Sure enough, one week later, the Palestinian Authority has come through in spades.

The first Palestinian Authority reaction to the fatal terrorist attack on a soldier in Hevron was from Fatah Central Committee member leader Abbas Zakie, who said that the Sgt. Gal Kobi was “not on a hike in Hevron,” implying that he was therefore “fair game.” Zakie blamed the “extremist Netanyahu government for being responsible for the soldier’s death.”

Zakie’s comments help blow up the Big Lie that foreign media have encouraged and inflated for decades. As The Jewish Press wrote here, “The Big lie has been crumbling, and the media, slowly but surely, have no choice other than giving up the anti-Zionist fight.”

State Dept. spokesmen can wring their hands as much as they want, but only the most avid Israel hater can get away with saying, “It’s all because of the ‘Occupation.’”

While Abbas did not condemn the murder of Sgt. Kobi nor the murder on Friday of Sgt. Tomer Hazan, Hamas took up the slack and congratulated the terrorists.

Meanwhile, Palestinian Authority foreign minister Riad al-Malki, without a hint of sorrow for the deaths of Sgts. Kobi and Hazan, advised Israel not to use the murders as a reason to evade peace talks.

He made his comments to the Bethlehem-based Ma’an News Agency. Al Malki is in New York, where the Palestinian Authority delegation is more concerned with boosting his support in the pro-Arab United Nations than in the peace talks charades.

Ma’an noted that PA chairman Mahmoud Abbas is avoided speaking about the “peace process.” The news agency reported that Abbas “seemed more inclined to remain quiet until the end of the year ‘to see what Israel will do and what will not do, and based on that we will be able to take a better decision.’”

The terrorists murders of two Israeli soldiers in three days also might have broken the back of Obama’s forced resumption of direct talks between the Palestinian Authority and Israel.

Jewish Home party leader Naftali Bennett said at the funeral for Sgt. Kobi Monday, “We will fight to get rid of the impression that killers can suddenly be released one day. Gal’s killers will be punished severely and I promise that we will act so that they will never be released.

Bennett and six other Cabinet ministers, including one from Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s Likud party, fired off a letter to the boss to demand a new discussion on the agreement to free 104 terrorists in return for the resumption of talks.

The terrorists are to be released in batches, depending on the Palestinian Authority’s good behavior, which has been short-lived.

“In recent days, we have witnessed two difficult murders that took the lives of two soldiers – Tomer Hazan and Gal Kobi. As a result, we demand an immediate government meeting on the policies regarding the release of terrorists,” the letter said.

It was signed by Likud minister Yisrael Katz, Jewish Home Ministers Uri Orbach, Uri Ariel and Bennett, and ministers of the Yisrael Beitenu faction of the Likud – Yair Shamir, Uzi Landau and Sofa Landver.

Meanwhile, Arabs petitioned the High Court Monday night to forbid the entry of Jews into the “Beit Machpelah” in Hevron, claiming that its ownership has not been proven.

A military court previously had declared that Jews legally bought the property, but the Defense Minister, formerly Ehud Barak and now Moshe Ya’alon, refused to give the final okay.

Following the murder of Kobi, Ya’alon signed on the dotted line, a strange Israeli policy that blocks Jews from developing Judea and Samaria until there is a terrorist attack.

“Those who try to uproot us from Hevron, the city of our forefathers, will only achieve the opposite,” Netanyahu stated. “We will continue to fight terrorism with one hand, and strengthen settlement with the other.”

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