Photo Credit: Midabrim Tikshoret
Captured terrorist in Givat Ze'ev - Jan. 27, 2016

An Arab terrorist stabbed one person next to the D-Burger restaurant at the gas station outside of the Givat Ze’ev community, north-east of Jerusalem. The attack happened after 11 PM.

A Chabad man, age 36, was seriously wounded in the attack. He was stabbed multiple times and was transported to Sharei Tzedeq hospital. He was rushed to the operating room, and is not yet stable.

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The victim, a father of 4, was waiting for his wife at the time, and she witnessed the attack on her husband.

The terrorist was captured by civilians, who overpowered him. One of the civilians was lightly injured during the capture, and was treated on site.

The 17-year-old terrorist was from the village of Bir Nabala – which is the same village where IDF soldier Nachshon Wachsman HY”D was held hostage in 1994.

Police and army are looking for a possible second suspect who may have helped the terrorist.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. God gave the Jewish people the explanations, context, and interprative codes to be able to know how and when to act how and when.
    Your suggestion that we base how Israel deal with the overwhelmingly genocidal mythical so-called Palestinians on commandments that do not apply during our state of diaspora is incorrect.
    Again, those words you quote do not apply to this situation and the Jewish people are not permitted to annihilate people in the same way as they could thousands of years ago ONLY at God's personal behest.
    This isn't a forum to discuss the laws of war., however, we do certainly have laws that do apply to the situation on the tiny strip of land west of the Jordan River.
    Those are the laws and guidance that would have saved countless innocent lives and prevented so much injury, misery, displacement, & loss of national treasure.
    However, your suggestions and mine bounce off the ears of the man who Israel's terrible political system elected. He allows this to go on when he has a perfectly compassionate and effective solution, i.e., repatriation of the overwhelmingly genocidal mythical so-called Palestinians back to Jordan & Egypt, including those Israeli citizen Jihadists, leaving only heterodox Muslims who are clearly harmless.
    At the end of one of your paragraphs you state something almost correctly. It's more accurate to refer to Israel repatriating the so-called Palestinians rather than expel them. Israel has had the legal and moral right to repatriate them since the victory over Jordan & Egypt in 1967.
    I fully agree with you that Israel's leaders since 1967 bear the responsibility for the terrible results of keeping the overwhelmingly genocidal mythical so-called Palestinians on Israel's side of the borders with Jordan & Egypt.
    There was never a worse, more treacherous choice made and still being made in world history.

  2. The Geneva Convention rewriten in 1947 forbids relocating populations. If Israel tried to do what yoi suggest the entire world would be against Israel economically, politically, and militeraly. Their is no point in suggesting what can not possibly be done.

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