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Scene of a terror attack on HaNeviim Street in Jerusalem - Dec. 3, 2015

An Israeli police officer was stabbed in a terrorist attack Thursday at around 5:30 pm on Hanevi’im Street in Jerusalem, near the Damascus Gate entrance to the Old City.


The security officer was stabbed in the hand by the terrorist, and also sustained a gunshot wound to the leg due to friendly fire, according to a medic. He was evacuated to Shaare Zedek Medical Center in the capital.

The terrorist who carried out the attack was shot and killed by police on site. Security personnel continued to sweep the area to determine whether a second terrorist was involved.


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Hana Levi Julian is a Middle East news analyst with a degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from Southern Connecticut State University. A past columnist with The Jewish Press and senior editor at Arutz 7, Ms. Julian has written for, and other media outlets, in addition to her years working in broadcast journalism.


  1. If a Jew or Christian murder someone because they are not willing to join their respective religion, they violate the core tenets of these religions and can be considered 'bad' members. That is, If a Christian or Jew blows up a building or mows down women & children with an AK47 he is clearly a bad Christian and not living the tenets of his religion. However, if both Jew and Christian actually live their religions to the utmost the world changes for the better. Their G_d is one of love.

    Conversely, if a Muslim kills someone who refuses to join their religion they uphold core tenets of their religion and are considered 'good' members. If a Muslim lives the teachings of Islam to the fullest, the world is filled with blood and hate. Their G_d is one of lust, hate, power.

    This philosophical differences between Islam and Judeo Christian beliefs seems difficult to discern in a PC world, but it shows up clearly in San Bernardino, Paris and everywhere in the ME.

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