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July 1, 2016 / 25 Sivan, 5776

Posts Tagged ‘terrorists’

Soldier Attacked with Ax, Terrorist Killed near Gush Etzion

Thursday, April 14th, 2016

An Arab terrorist armed with a hatchet attacked an IDF soldier in El Arub, which is between the Gush Etzion junction and Kiryat Arba. The attack happened early Thursday afternoon.

According to Hatzalah, the soldier was hit in the head, but was protected by his helmet and only lightly injured. The terrorist had been hiding in the bushes and attacked as the soldier passed by.

The terrorist was shot and killed by a second soldier who pumped 4 bullets into the terrorist.

Scene of terror attack in EL Arub - April 14, 2016

Scene of terror attack in EL Arub – April 14, 2016

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Israel Demolishes Homes of Hadar Cohen’s Killers

Monday, April 4th, 2016

IDF and Border Guard Police escorted Civil Administration forces overnight Sunday when they demolished the family homes of the three terrorists who murdered a recently-enlisted Border Guard policewoman and seriously wounded a second one in Jerusalem.

The homes of Ahmad Naj’ah Ismail Netzar, Muhmad Ahmad Muhmad Kamil and Ammad Naj’ah Abd Aliltif Abu Alrov, all three located in the Samaria Arab village of Qabatiya, were demolished.

The destruction followed the terror attack perpetrated by the three operatives on February 3.

Border Guard Police Officer Cohen, hy”d, 19, fell in the line of duty at the Damascus Gate entrance to the Old City of Jerusalem. Her 20-year-old female fellow police officer was also badly injured but survived the attack.

Hana Levi Julian

Belgium Charges Third Suspect in French Terror Plot

Saturday, April 2nd, 2016

Belgian authorities are continuing to find new suspects as they track down operatives in the tightly-woven terrorist network that criss-crosses the European Union.

A third suspect, Y.A., 35., was charged with terrorist activities Saturday in a Belgian court, federal prosecutors said, according to the Belgian Le Soir newspaper.

The suspect was charged along with two others – Abderamane Ameroud, 38, and Rabah M., 34, both Algerian citizens – in connection with an imminent terror plot foiled last week in France.

All three were linked to terror suspect Reda Kriket, 34, who was arrested in a Paris suburb.

French citizen Anis Bahri, 32, is being held in the Netherlands after being arrested in connection with the same alleged plot, according to USA Today. Bahri is currently fighting extradition to France, AFP reported.

Both weapons and explosives were found at Kriket’s apartment, according to Paris prosecutor Francois Molins, who said at the time “no specific target” had been identified.

However, the large amount of weapons and explosives that were found made it clear that an imminent plot involving “extreme violence” was being planned, he said.

Hana Levi Julian

3 More Terrorists Charged in Brussels Airport, Metro Attacks

Sunday, March 27th, 2016

Officials say three more terror suspects were charged in the Islamic State (ISIS) attacks on Zaventem Airport and the metro station near the headquarters of the European Union in Brussels last week.

Faycal Cheffou, the man in the light vest and dark hat seen in the airport CCTV video footage last week was arrested Thursday. The Belgian Federal Prosecutor’s Office said he was charged with “involvement in a terrorist group, terrorist murder and attempted terrorist murder,” according to Fox News. Belgian media said Cheffou was a local activist known to police as an agitator who tried to convert local homeless and asylum-seekers to radical Islam.

Two other suspects arrested Thursday, Raba N. and Aboubakar A., were both charged with “involvement in the activities of a terrorist group.”

On Sunday, police in Italy arrested an Algerian suspect in Bellizzi in the Salerno province, according to the ANSA Italian news agency.

The Algerian suspect is wanted by Belgian authorities on suspicion of producing fake residency documents linked to the Brussels Attacks, Italian National Police told CNN. In addition, he is also wanted in connection with the Nov. 13 terrorist massacre in Paris, police said in a statement on Twitter.

An American couple has been identified among the dead from last Tuesday’s attack in Brussels.

Justin and Stephanie Shults, ages 30 and 29 respectively, were missing since last Tuesday. Both were graduates of Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management. They were dropping off Stephanie’s mother at the airport when the bombers detonated their explosives. The mother emerged unscathed.

Officials revised the death toll from the Brussels attacks to 28, removing the bodies of the three suicide bombers from the count. Thus far, 24 of the victims have been identified by Brussels officials.

Hana Levi Julian

Terrorists Smash Bus Windshield on Highway 443

Sunday, March 27th, 2016

Arab terrorists attacked an Israeli bus as it traveled on Highway 443 – the old Tel Aviv-Jerusalem Highway – late Saturday night.

The bus came under a hail of rocks as it passed the terrorists in a position east of the Dor Alon gas station.

The windshield of the bus was smashed but no one in the bus was physically injured, according to a representative from the United Hatzolah emergency medical response service.

Highway 443 is a frequent target of stone-throwing attacks by Palestinian Authority terrorists.

Hana Levi Julian

Angry Israelis Demonstrate Outside Prison Where IDF Soldier Jailed for Killing Terrorist [video]

Saturday, March 26th, 2016

Demonstrators waving posters, honking horns and yelling slogans gathered in Be’er Sheva Saturday night to protest against the arrest and jailing of an IDF soldier who shot and killed a terrorist who was apparently “neutralized” in Hebron last week.

The protesters stood across from Prison No. 4 on Saturday night, where the soldier is incarcerated, according to Israeli radio.

One of the protesters spoke with Channel 1 as other bystanders shot video with their cellphones, saying that he had served as a member of the Border Guard Police, and as a father of two combat soldiers, understood the necessity for army discipline.

העברתי בשידור חי בפייסבוק מבאר שבע- הפגנת תמיכה בחייל שירה במחבל. קטעים מהוידאו שידרנו במהדורה בערוץ הראשון

Posted by Itsik Zuaretson Saturday, March 26, 2016

“But the army knows how to deal with this, and this should have been left to the army to deal with, and it wasn’t. This soldier was arrested because things were being dealt with in the light of the cameras, rather than in the military court, where it belongs.

”Moreover, we are at war. We need to deal with the situation on the ground, and we’re not doing that…. I have served in Judea, Samaria, Gaza, everywhere, and I have lost friends in all those places. I know what war is. This is war.”

Another protester, also an IDF veteran said, “The government keeps talking about a wave of terror, a terror wave. This is not a terror wave, this is a war. It’s a war.

“How do you know when a terrorist is neutralized? If his hands are cuffed, fine. If he takes a bullet to the head, then yes, you know. But if he has taken a bullet to a leg, he can still move. If he has taken a bullet to an arm or elsewhere, he can still move — and they do. We have seen it, and we have seen soldiers die because of it. So that is not neutralized. Neutralized is when you know he cannot move.”

Hana Levi Julian

‘Work Accident’ Results in Gaza Explosion

Saturday, March 12th, 2016

An explosion in Gaza turned out to have been a “work accident” late Saturday night in Nuseirat.

According to local sources, newbie terrorists had difficulties when attempting to fire two rockets at southern Israel.

The rockets exploded while still on the launchers.

It is not clear how many operatives were injured or killed in the explosion.

Hana Levi Julian

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