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February 11, 2016 / 2 Adar I, 5776

Posts Tagged ‘Terrorist’

Female Arab Wannabe Terrorist Tries to Sneak Knife Through Checkpoint

Monday, December 21st, 2015

A female wannabe Arab terrorist was stopped from carrying out an attack midday Monday at the Zif Junction in the Mount Hebron area.

(Ed. – Zif is currently an Arab village located about seven kilometers (4.3 miles) south of Hebron; but the town had a Jewish population until at least four hundred years after the start of the common era.)

The would-be terrorist arrived at the checkpoint armed with a knife, which she had hidden among her belongings.

The weapon was found during a routine search carried out by security personnel at the checkpoint.

When the knife was discovered, the woman grabbed it and hurled it to the ground. She then tried to run but was immediately caught by the soldiers stationed at the site.

The wannabe Arab terrorist was handed over to security personnel to be questioned at the checkpoint.

Be’er Sheva Central Bus Station Terrorist Buried Quietly

Sunday, December 20th, 2015

The terrorist who murdered two and wounded 10 others in his attack on October 18 at the central bus station in Be’er Sheva has been buried, quietly.

Al-Okabi was heavily guided by Hamas in carrying out the attack from start to finish, according to Israeli authorities. At the end, he was shot and killed by security personnel.

The full CCTV footage of the attack was eventually released by Israel Police.

The family of Muhannad al-Okabi was told Friday to prepare his grave but few other details were shared about when to expect the body.

Early Sunday morning, the terrorist was allowed to be buried, with specific conditions, in the cemetery of the Negev Bedouin town of Hura. The town is located on Highway 31, halfway between Arad and Be’er Sheva, close to the Shoqet Junction.

The funeral was small, brief, quiet and limited to close friends and family members, exactly as Israel Police instructed, in order to minimize any positive impact, praise or grandiosity resulting from the proceedings.

The burial was welcomed as the final page of a chapter to be closed by more than a few in a town where terrorist groups have taken hold, to the displeasure of an older generation that has formed strong bonds with Israeli society.

A rift has begun to develop, not only in Hura but in other Bedouin communities as well, where radical philosophies heard elsewhere are starting to clash with local attitudes and beliefs.

Israeli Arab IDF Givati Veteran Joins ISIS

Monday, December 14th, 2015

An Israeli Arab citizen who completed service in the IDF Givati Brigade has traveled to Syria and joined Da’esh, the ISIS terror organization, Israeli security officials confirmed Sunday.

The report was first made public by the Hebrew-language Walla! news site. The man, a resident of a village in northern Israel, was not named and there was no information on when he left for Syria.

He was discharged from the IDF in January 2014 and was not in contact with his family, according to the report, which added that he was Muslim.

Israeli officials confirmed to Reuters, “We are familiar with this case,” but gave no details.

Dozens of Israeli Arab citizens have traveled illegally to join the terrorist group. In October, Da’esh released two videos in which self-identified members narrated in Hebrew with Arabic accents, threatening to attack Israel.

3 Terrorists’ Homes Demolished in Hebron

Thursday, December 10th, 2015

IDF soldiers gathered in Hebron overnight Wednesday into Thursday to demolish the homes of three Arab terrorists.

Each of the attackers was responsible for carrying out a stabbing terror attack against Israelis last week.

Palestinian Authority activists have been collecting funds to rebuilding the homes of terrorists when they are demolished by the Israeli government.

As of three days ago, one Hebron Arab contributed NIS 114,421 to the fund, according to a tweet by Daoud Kuttab on the Twitter social networking site.

IDF Captures Wanted Wannabe Arab Stabber in Ramallah

Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

Israel Defense Forces entered Ramallah on the strength of intelligence from the Shin Bet and captured an Arab fugitive who attempted to stab Israelis at the Tapuach Junction on October 30.

Bassal Abu Alia, born in 1989, is accused in connection with the attack, along with a secon suspect. Alia, who lives in the Arab village of Muayaer, in Samaria, was injured when he attempted the attack, according to the allegations.

The would-be attacker was evacuated from the scene by the Palestinian Authority’s Red Crescent emergency medical response service. After an initial admission to an urgent care facility he was transferred to a medical center in the PA capital city of Ramallah.

After his discharge, however, he spent the past week hiding in a Ramallah hotel, hoping to avoid arrest by the Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet).

IDF Demolishes Home of Hamas Commander Who Led Henkin Family Terror Attack

Thursday, December 3rd, 2015

Early Thursday IDF engineers accompanied by an elite unit of soldiers demolished the Shechem (Nablus) apartment in Samaria of the Arab terrorist who murdered Rabbi Eitam and Na’ama Henkin before the eyes of their four young children.

Rajab Ahmed Mohammed Aliwa was the commander of the Hamas terrorist cell that opened fire on the vehicle in which the Henkin family was traveling to the town of Elon Moreh on October 1 of this year. Aliwa was a member of the Hamas military wing in Shechem (Nablus).

Five suspected terror cell members were arrested within 24 hours of the murders in a joint operation by the Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet), Israel Police and the IDF.

“After receiving confirmation that the road was ‘clean,’ the shooting cell set off in their car, identified a vehicle belonging to the Henkin family and opened fire. After the [victims’] car stopped, two members of the cell got out of their car, and fired again, from very short range, on those in the vehicle,” the Shin Bet said in its statement on the arrest of the cell of five operatives.

The homes of three other terrorists who participated in the attack have already been leveled.

On Wednesday, the home of another terrorist, Ibrahim Al-Akri, 47, was demolished in the northern Jerusalem neighborhood of Shuafat.

Al-Akri, a Hamas operative, carried out a ram-and-stab attack in his mini-van at the Shimon HaTzadik stop for the Jerusalem Light Rail, just outside the Shmuel HaNavi neighborhood.

Al-Akri drove his van directly into the crowd of people waiting at the stop and then left his vehicle and attacked bystanders with a crowbar. Border Guard Police Officer Jedan Assad, 38, a Druze officer, died in the attack, as did young yeshiva student Shalom Aharon Ba’adani, age 17.

Al-Akri was shot and killed by police at the scene.

Security Passes Being Scrutinized in Paris Airport

Tuesday, December 1st, 2015

Authorities have revoked security clearance tags from dozens of employees at the Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris and now are checking others, according to The Sunday Times of London.

The move came after officials after Da’esh (ISIS) and Al Qaeda terrorists slaughtered more than a dozen people in Paris last January.

But other workers continued to work.

It was found after the attack that 57 workers with access to aircraft were on a watch list of suspected terrorists. The report did not indicate exactly when that revelation became clear.

But an immediate review of the security passes of 86,000 airport workers will begin, starting with those of 5,000 security personnel, according to police official Philippe Riffault.

“It’s a question of verifying what these people might have been doing since they obtained their authorization,” Riffault said.

French police swept the airport under state-of-emergency powers after the Nov. 13 terrorist massacre in Paris.

The suicide bomber who blew himself up at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris got a job as a bus driver while on a terrorist watch list.

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/security-passes-being-scrutinized-in-paris-airport/2015/12/01/

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