torsdag 8 oktober 2015

Fatah ledare prisar folket som försvarar Al-Aqsa mosken

Abbas påstår att han försöker lugna ner situationen. Märkligt sätt att göra det på!

Fatah leaders 'salute' Palestinians for rising to defend al-Aksa Mosque 
"Fatah leaders who met in Ramallah on Wednesday “saluted” the Palestinians for “rising to defend their al-Aksa Mosque and confronting terrorist settlers.”

The members of the Fatah Central Council, including Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, called on Palestinians to “preserve the popular nature” of the current protests “as part of a comprehensive national strategy to avoid sliding into the Israeli square.”

Terrorattackerna har fortsatt i dag

I Jerusalem, Tel-Aviv och nära Hebron har palestinier knivhuggit judar.

Abba's UN Speech and the Unrest in Jerusalem

 Läsvärd artikel om Abbas och hans politik:
Abba's UN Speech and the Unrest in Jerusalem (Jonathan D Halevi)
  Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas is attempting to make political gains by outflanking his opponents and problems on the domestic front, while threatening a descent into political chaos – that is, an intifada-type confrontation.

    On September 30, 2015, Abbas gave a speech to the United Nations General Assembly[1] in which he outlined the unilateral steps he intends to take to achieve Palestinian sovereignty in the territories and east Jerusalem without reaching a peace agreement with Israel.

    Abbas denied the Jewish people’s historical and religious bond with the Land of Israel and Jews’ right to worship on the Temple Mount.

    Abbas revealed his consistent support for terror. Thousands of Palestinian prisoners are serving time in Israel after being convicted of murdering Jews, attempted murder or abetting the murder of Jews. Abbas demanded that Israel free all the Palestinian terrorists.

    The Palestinian Authority glorifies the deeds of the Palestinian terrorist “prisoners,” portrays them as “national heroes,” and grants them financial and social assistance for life.

Abbas’ UN Speech and the Unrest in JerusalemaBBAS

onsdag 7 oktober 2015

Ännu en knivhuggning i Petah Tikva

Terrorist apprehended after stabbing Israeli in Petah Tikva  (Jerusalem Post)
 A terrorist stabbed a 25-year-old Israeli man in Petah Tikva at the entrance of a shopping mall, Magen David Adom reported Wednesday.

Israels ambassadör rasar mot TT: “Högsta nivån av att förvränga verkligheten”

Läs mera via Israelnyheter på facebook länken.

Höga löner betalas åt terrorister i israeliska fängelser

Det är ingen ny nyhet att palestinska terrorister som sitter i israeliskt fängelser får lön av de palestinska myndigheterna. Grövre brott och längre straff ger högre lön. Dethär är ett sätt som de palestinska myndigheterna använder för att hedra terrorister och göra dem till hjältar och förebilder för folket.
En ny rapport har lyft fram ämnet på nytt.

Documents reveal Palestinian Authority paying convicted Hamas terrorists

Terrorattackerna fortsätter

Två nya terrorattacker har inträffat i dag.
En palestinsk kvinna knivhögg en israelisk man i Lejonporten i gamla stan i dag på morgonen. Mannen var beväpnad och lyckades skjuta kvinnan. Båda personerna fördes skadade till sjukhus.

I Kiryat Gat knivhöggs en soldat som steg av en buss av en palestinsk man som lyckades ta soldatens vapen.
Polisen spårade snabbt upp mannen som sköts.

Female Palestinian terrorist shot after stabbing Jewish man in latest Jerusalem attack 

Terror attack: Assailant stabs IDF soldier in attempted weapon snatch in Kiryat Gat 

"I thought my life was over" Kiryat Gat woman says of terrorist who charged into her home 

Jerusalem Post Live blogg över dagens händelser:
Live Blog: Wave of terror hits Israel

A police officer sustained a head injury after rocks were thrown at Israel Police and Border Police at Hospice Junction in the Old City of Jerusalem. Police arrested two suspects, who are minors, in relation to the attack.


Palestinian media corrected a previous update which reported that a Palestinian was killed by Israeli forces in northern al-Bireh in the West Bank.

18 Palestinians were injured by rubber coated bullets in clashes with Israeli forces - yet no one was killed, according to the Red Crescent.


Palestinian media reported that a Palestinian was killed by Israeli forces in northern al-Bireh in the West Bank.


Palestinian media outlet Ma'an identified Amjad Hatem al-Jundi, 24, as the suspect responsible for Tuesdays stabbing and weapon snatching incident in Kiryat Gat.


Yisrael Beytenu head Avigdor Liberman praised the police force that shot down the Kiryat Gat assailant, and the Jerusalem stabbing victim that neutralized his attacker Tuesday.

"Only such determined reactions will deter future terrorists from carrying out similar attacks," he said.

"It provides culprits with the proper punishment."


Security forces arrested a second suspect in Kiryat Gat on Wednesday, after an assailant stabbed an IDF soldier and fled with his gun before being shot dead by police. Authorities were questioning the apprehended suspect over any possible links to the attack.

Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu was set to convene a meeting Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. in Jerusalem to asses the security situation along with top advisors and officials. Due to attend the meeting were Interior Security Minister Gilad Erdan, Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat, Interim Police Chief Bentzi Sau, Jerusalem District Police Chief Asst.-Ch. Moshe "Chiko Edri" and Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee Chairman Tzachi Hanegbi.


Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan praised police for acting quickly to neutralize the terrorist who stabbed a soldier and snatched his weapon in Kiryat Gat. "The force acted exactly as they were expected to. we will continue to aggressively fight terror and will hurt whoever tries to harm us."


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has cancelled a trip to Germany planned for Thursday, German government sources told Reuters, as tensions rise between Palestinians and Israelis after about 10 days of violence. An Israeli official confirmed the cancellation, citing the security situation.


A suspected terrorist stabbed an IDF soldier before snatching his gun in the southern city of Kiryat Gat, initial reports say.
A police spokesman said that, upon initial investigation, the suspect approached an armed IDF soldier after stepping off of a bus and attempted to snatch his weapon. The soldier resisted his assailant and as a result of the struggle sustained a light stabbing wound to his head. The suspect continued with the snatched weapon to an adjacent residential building, where he took refuge until being confronted and shot down by police forces minutes later.


An Israeli settler on Wednesday shot at a Palestinian near the West Bank town of Beit Sahour, according to initial Palestinian reports. Two people were reported hurt in the same area where Palestinian rioters earlier were throwing stones at Israeli motorists and wounded a driver in a violent ambush on her car. The two wounded were evacuated to a hospital in Bethlehem.


An Israeli man shot a knife-wielding female terrorist after being stabbed from behind at Jerusalem’s Lion’s Gate in the Old City. The man was treated at the scene by paramedics before being transferred to an area hospital, he said. The terrorist, who is in serious-to-critical condition, has also been hospitalized.


Palestinian rioters attempted to ambush an Israeli motorist stuck in traffic outside the West Bank town of Beit Sahour, east of Bethlehem on Wednesday. Police reported that the rioters had erected a barrier of stones and threw rocks at motorists, including the Israeli woman whom they tried to forcefully pull from her vehicle. Another person was hurt and seven other vehicles sustained damage during the incident, according to police.