In this video, you can see a fast-thinking shopper inside the grocery store blocking the terrorists from getting in, with nothing more than a shopping cart.
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Three Arab teen terrorist wannabes intent on a stabbing mission failed at a Jerusalem synagogue when they were stopped Sunday morning in the Kiryat Moshe neighborhood, not far from Har Nof.
The incident occurred at the packed Heichal Ya’akov synagogue on HaRav Reines Street, where men praying the morning service.
All three would-be attackers immediately threw away their homemade knives, sharpened into blades from basic items they took from their mothers’ kitchens, including scissors and a spoon handle.
But their suspicious behavior had given them away and they were immediately grabbed and taken into custody. The three would-be stabbers were transferred to security personnel for interrogation by investigators.
Attacking Jews during morning prayers in the synagogue is not new for this area of Jerusalem.
On November 18, 2014, two Jerusalem Arab terrorists carried out a massacre at the Kehilat Bnei Torah synagogue in Har Nof – a Jerusalem neighborhood not far from Kiryat Moshe.
The terrorists attacked worshipers praying the morning service with axes, knives and a gun, killing four dual nationals and a Druze Israeli police officer responding to the scene.
Seven other worshipers were also badly injured, including one who remained in a coma and later died of his wounds nearly a year later.
The two terrorists were shot dead by police.
An Arab terrorist attempted to ram his vehicle into a group of IDF soldiers standing at the bus stop near the junction in Gush Etzion.
The terrorist got out of the vehicle and stabbed an IDF soldier before other troops neutralized him.
The soldier, a reservist, is in his 30s and was lightly wounded in the attack with a stab wound to the upper body.
The victim was treated at the scene by Magen David Adom paramedics prior to being taken to Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem.
The terrorist was shot and killed.
An IDF investigation has been launched.
Police in Munich, Germany are asking people to avoid crowds and are preventing people from using several train stations because of a “serious, imminent threat” of a terrorist attack.
Authorities in Munich revealed that they are aware of indications of a planned terrorist attack in Munich for New Year’s Eve. At this time the Munich and the main Pasinger station are closed, cleared and trains are no longer running.
The warning was issued at 10:45 p.m. local time.
Munich police posted on Facebook that according to “serious information, there will be an attack tonight.”
CNN reported that Police received “concrete information that strongly indicates that there are possible plans for terror attacks in Munich, specifically against the main train station and the railway station in (the western district of) Pasing.”
This story will be updated as details emerge.
Two people were injured in a ramming-stabbing attack in Jerusalem on Yirmiyahu street, just after 7:30 PM on Sunday.
The Arab terrorist first rammed a civilian, then got out of his car and stabbed a nearby volunteer policeman.
The terrorist was killed by a soldier from the Chareidi Netzach Yehuda unit who had just gotten off a bus and noticed the attack. The soldier ran over and shot and killed the terrorist.
Two victims are currently listed as lightly injured and were taken to Shaarei Tzedek hospital.
One of the victims, in his 60s, has a stab wound in the shoulder or hand, the other, age 18, has a leg injury after being hit by the vehicle. A third person is being treated for shock.
The terrorist has been killed.
Full video of the attack and neutralization:
Two soldiers were injured Friday morning just before 7:30 AM in a ramming attack near the Kfar Adumim junction on the Jerusalem-Dead Sea Highway. The terrorist was killed.
The attack happened at the bus stop next to Kfar Adumim, east of Maaleh Adumim.
The soldiers are currently listed in light to moderate condition.
The terrorist was shot and killed. An IDF bomb squad determined that the attacker was not carrying explosives.
At least 12 people are dead and an unknown number of others are wounded in an explosion that rocked the city center of Tunis during rush hour on Tuesday evening when a bus carrying presidential guards was targeted by terrorists.
The blast occurrred at a bus stop on Mohamed V Avenue, near the former headquarters of the party of former Tunisian president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.
Within the hour, the capital was placed under curfew within the hour, and President Beji Caid Essebsi declared a 30-day state of emergency.
No group has yet taken responsibility for the attack.
It is not yet clear whether the explosion was generated by a bomb or an explosive was fired at the bus, presidential and security sources told Reuters.
The country which launched the region-wide Arab spring more than four years ago now finds itself still fighting for stability, with Muslim extremists doing everything possible to overturn the government.
Tunisia currently has a secular government which is fighting a constant battle with attempts by radical Islamist terrorists to seize control.
At least 3,000 Tunisian nationals have abandoned their country to fight with Da’esh in Iraq and Syria, according to the BBC.
There have already been two major attacks this year. In March, 20 people died in an attack on the world-famous Bardo Museum in the city. In June, Da’esh (ISIS) carried out a massacre at the beach resort of Sousse. Dozens of foreign tourists died in the attack, including many British citizens.