Although IDF soldiers are now allowed to neutralize terrorists throwing fire-bombs (Molotov cocktails) with live fire, an IDF spokesperson said the two incidents, on Friday & Saturday that left 2 protestors shot dead, will have the IDF investigating the shootings.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF, REUTERS
RAMALLAH – On Saturday, Amir Shehada, 19, died in a clash with security forces near the Yitzhar settlement, south of Nablus, the PA Health Ministry said.
Shehada was shot in the chest, according to ministry.
Palestinian demonstrators photographed in Hebron on March 9, 2018, hurling molotov cocktails at IDF soldiers during a protest against Trump’s Jerusalem decision. Continue Reading »
Dozens of rioters, called by Palestinian leadership to rebel against Trump’s Jerusalem recognition, hurled firebombs and stones at Israeli forces, requiring the soldiers to open fire, killing two.
By David Rosenberg
Two Arab men were shot and killed during violent riots Thursday, sources in the Palestinian Authority claimed.
Arab rioters clashed with Israeli security forces across Judea, Samaria, and along the Gaza-Israel border Thursday afternoon, with stone-throwers hurling firebombs and stones at security personnel.
Rioters attempt to extinguish fire caused as terrorist lit home-made firebomb [file] – YouTube screenshot
An IDF spokesperson said dozens of Arab rioters attacked Israeli soldiers along the frontier between Israel and the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip. Continue Reading »
The 2 Arab 17 yr-olds from Jabel Mukaber, south-east of Jerusalem, were surveilled by Border Police conspicuously holding a bag unusually full & heavy, that after inspection, contained nine glass bottles, 2 of them already prepared as petrol-bombs, 2 large plastic bottles of gasoline and a knife.
A prosecutor’s statement was filed Monday against two 17-year-old residents of Jabel Mukaber in south-east Jerusalem, for carrying and manufacturing weapons. The two are expected to be indicted sometime during the week after having been caught with Molotov cocktails, fuel and a knife.
Israel Border Guard police (MAGAV) on patrol – Photo: Israel Police Spokesperson’s Division
The two were caught at the beginning of last week after they were surveilled by a police force and by Border Police operating in the area, who noticed that they were carrying a school bag that looked abnormally heavy and full. Continue Reading »
• IDF reports soldiers responded with gunfire as Palestinians threw molotov cocktails at security forces.
• Palestinians report one teenager killed by gunfire, 3 others seriously wounded during skirmish with IDF soldiers.
By i24NEWS – AFP
Israeli troops shot dead a Palestinian teenager Thursday in the West Bank and seriously wounded three other Palestinians, the Palestinian health ministry said in a statement.
It did not give the circumstances, but said the shooting happened near the Jelazoun Palestinian refugee camp.
A general view taken on December 28, 2016 shows a partial view of the Israeli settlement of Givat Zeev near the West Bank city of Ramallah – Photo: AHMAD GHARABLI/AFP
An Israeli army spokeswoman said soldiers shot a number of Palestinians throwing petrol bombs at Beit El settlement, close to Jelazoun, but she could not confirm the death. Continue Reading »
Is Al-Aqsa really as sacred as described, if the Palestinians use it to store rocks to incite violence, and is the filth & destruction caused worth repelling the ‘filthy infidels’?
By Tsvi Sadan
The latest Temple Mount rioting during Rosh Hashanah has demonstrated once again that Muslim holy places are regularly used in service to militant Islam.
The cinder blocks and rocks piled up inside the Al Aqsa Mosque (Islam’s third holiest site) that turned prayer carpets into filthy rugs are a vivid reminder of the stark differences between the Muslim and Christian concepts of the sacred. From a Muslim point of view, dirty carpets are a small price to pay in the heroic effort to protect the holy place from the much greater filth of infidels. Continue Reading »
PM Netanyahu points fingers at Turkey, Islamic Movement in Israel, Palestinian Authority and Hamas for causing current incitement on Temple Mount.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday addressed tensions in Jerusalem in recent weeks which have included rioting on the Temple Mount and an uptick in stone-throwing and Molotov cocktail attacks in the capital.
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Speaking at the weekly cabinet meeting, Netanyahu said that he was “obligated to preserve the status quo at the Temple Mount,” in response to charges from the Palestinians and Arab states that Israel was escalating tensions at the holy site. Continue Reading »
5 Arabs youths aged 12-13 from Abu Tor in East Jerusalem admit after being placed under arrest, to throwing firebombs at Jewish homes, simply because they ‘hate Jews.’
By Uzi Baruch, Ari Yashar
Police on Monday arrested five Arab children aged 12 to 13 from the mixed Jewish and Arab neighborhood of Abu Tor in eastern Jerusalem, after they threw molotov cocktails at Jewish homes in the neighborhood.
Arab terrorist throws molotov cocktail (file) – Reuters
The five perpetrators admitted under investigation to hurling the firebombs at the homes of Jewish families on several different occasions because they “hate Jews,” as they put it. Continue Reading »