A 21yr-old Border Guard policeman was injured in the leg at the Tapuah junction knife attack, and evacuated to hospital for treatment. – Terrorist eliminated.
By i24NEWS – AFP
A Palestinian teenager who tried to attack an Israeli border guard in the West Bank with a knife on Saturday was shot dead, an Israeli police spokeswoman said.
The knife used in the attack at Tapuah Junction, August 19, 2017 – Photo: Police Spokesperson
She said the 17-year-old attacker, whose identity was not disclosed, approached a group of border guards and pulled a knife from his bag to attack one of them, and another guard opened fire on him. Continue Reading »
Israel Border Police stop suspicious Arab driver at checkpoint on a road leading to Jerusalem, discover a 20-something yr-old Arab, Hevron resident, hiding in the car’s trunk who was attempting to exit PA territory and enter Israel without permits.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
Border Police officers caught an Arab infiltrator attempting to cross into Jerusalem by hiding in the trunk of a car.
The incident occurred on Thursday night, when a 35-year-old Arab driver aroused Border Police officers’ suspicions when he tried to cross into Jerusalem via the a-Zaim security checkpoint.
The confiscated car – Photo: Israel Police spokesperson
The officers insisted on inspecting the car, and upon opening the trunk discovered an Arab Hevron resident in his 20s attempting to cross into pre-1967 Israel without the necessary permits. Continue Reading »
Border Police (MAGAV) troops stationed in and around Jerusalem, Judea & Samaria will be issued new gear that will protect their necks from Palestinian knife-attacks.
By Shai Landesman
As stabbing attacks have once again grown more frequent over recent days, Border Police troops will soon be issued new special protective gear for their necks, the purpose of which will be to protect them from stabbings, according to a Channel 2 report.
Border Guard (MAGAV) unit in Jerusalem – Facebook page for Israel Police – משטרת ישראל
Troops stationed in “hot” areas, namely, Jerusalem and Judea & Samaria, will be issued the knife-proof gear. Continue Reading »
IDF: While the officers were uncovering an illicit weapons workshop, police opened fire on a suspicious vehicle with 3 young men driving at them.
An Israeli border policeman shot dead one Palestinian and wounded another in the West Bank on Wednesday when they drove towards officers, an army spokeswoman said.
Israeli border guards (MAGAV) patrol along Israel’s security-barrier in the Palestinian village of al-Ram – Photo: ABBAS MOMANI/AFP
The officers had been carrying out a search operation in Al-Ram, northeast of Jerusalem, during which they uncovered an arms workshop, when they spotted the vehicle coming towards them, the spokeswoman said. Continue Reading »
After confiscating weapon manufacturing equipment, makeshift guns, & ammunition, Israel arrests 2 from Abbas’ security forces, along with 2 other Palestinians for illicit arms dealing & manufacturing.
By Israel Hayom Staff
Israeli forces have arrested several Palestinians who were allegedly involved in illicit arms dealing and manufacturing.
A gun confiscated in the raid Sunday night – Photo: Shin Bet security agency
The arrest raid, in the town of Urif near Nablus in Samaria, took place overnight Sunday and was carried out by the Israel Defense Forces’ elite Duvdevan unit and Nahal Brigade, with the help of the Israel Police and the Shin Bet security agency. Continue Reading »
IDF Troops disguised as rioters photographed arresting Palestinian stone-throwing rioters, pulling their weapons and withdrawing with their suspects as Border Police move in to oversee safe withdrawal.
By Elior Levy
A video that emerged online Friday depicts the moments in which a group of “mistaravim” – Israeli security forces who go undercover as Palestinian rioters – apprehended a suspect for
The video captured an incident that occurred on Friday at around noon in northern Bethlehem. It opens with the point at which the Israeli troops reveal themselves while dozens of rioters flee the scene for fear of arrest. Continue Reading »
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu convened a special high-level security meeting on Wednesday where it was decided to increase security forces in Jerusalem and on Road 443 from the capital to Mod’in, and weigh new open-fire orders on those throwing rocks and fire-bombs.
The meeting, which included Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon, Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan, Transportation and Intelligence Minister Yisrael Katz, General Security Services (Shin Bet) head Yoram Cohen, and other security officials was called in light of a recent spike in terror incidents in the capital and on 443, which is one of the major roads to and from the capital. Continue Reading »
Still no reports from Hamas of damage or deaths as failed rocket fire towards Israel Tuesday morning falls short, landing in the terrorist enclave, although ‘Color Red’ sirens were activated in Israel’s Hof Ashkelon region.
By Elad Benari
Sirens were heard on Tuesday morning, around 5:20 a.m. local time, in the Hof Ashkelon area of southern Israel.
The IDF said that the sirens were a result of a failed attempt to fire rockets from Gaza. Security forces were combing the area nonetheless to determine whether any rockets were fired, it said.
68 overweight Border Police trainees underwent a ‘healthy lifestyle’ physical education course with each participant assigned a personal trainer & dietician to ensure they completed boot camp as proper warriors.
By Omri Efraim
Sixty-eight overweight Border Police soldiers who recently joined the IDF lost a total 565 kilograms as a result of a highly successful special diet program adapted to each individual soldier.
Border police trainees in weight loss program
Hundreds of Border Police soldiers from the March 15 recruitment cycle stood excitedly on the roll call ground of the force’s training base, waiting to receive their warrior pins at the end of their grueling training. Continue Reading »
Some among those MAGAV detained were found to have criminal records while others investigated posed serious security threats.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Israeli Border Police (MAGAV) overnight stopped and apprehended 120 Palestinians attempting to illegally cross into Israel from the West Bank.
Border Police capture 120 Palestinians attempting to illegally cross into Israel – Photo courtesy: Israel Police
In the early hours between Tuesday and Wednesday, authorities were alerted to the large movement of potential infiltrators near Oranit, a settlement straddling the Green Line, northeast of Rosh Ha’ayin.
Border Police, with the help of volunteers, were able to track down the would-be trespassers before they reached the security fence, after which they were taken for interrogation, where it was discovered that a number of them are suspected of being security threats, or have a criminal record. Continue Reading »
A Palestinian terrorist was shot and killed Wednesday morning after driving his vehicle into two Border Police officers in east Jerusalem’s A-Tur neighborhood.
Damaged car at scene after terrorist intentionally hit 2 MAGAV Policemen
According to Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld, the attack took place shortly before 10 a.m. when the unidentified assailant rammed his car into a male and female officer, who sustained light-to moderate wounds to their legs and hips.
“The terrorist drove into them while they were on patrol in A-Tur and both were treated at the scene and then evacuated to Hadassah University Medical Center in Ein Kerem and Shaare Zedic Medical Center,” he said. Continue Reading »
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