Hamas daily in Gaza publishes special edition calling for resumption of bombing attacks, marking wave of suicide bombings that devastated Israel before the construction of the security barrier that brought the carnage to a halt.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
Mustafa al-Sawwaf, a columnist for the Hamas Al-Risalah daily, called for the renewal of suicide bombings against Israelis.
The article was printed as part of a special edition marking the 22nd anniversary of a series of suicide bombings in 1996.
In his article, which was translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), al-Sawwaf asked, “Are we about to see actions similar to those carried out by the imprisoned commander Hassan Salameh?”
“Will we witness suicide attacks that will redeem the reputation of the quality attacks that shook the Zionist entity and can cause the leaders of the occupation – who call for the field execution of Palestinians – to think again? Continue Reading »
When Hamas security forces at the Rafah crossing into Egypt tried to stop two Salafists terrorists, one of them set off an explosion, killing the Hamas commander and wounding several others.
By Elior Levy, Roi Kais
A commander in Hamas’s military wing was killed early Thursday in an ISIS suicide bombing at the Rafah border crossing, which connects the Gaza Strip and Egypt.
According to the Gazan Interior Ministry, Hamas forces stopped for a security check two people who were nearing the border crossing from inside the strip when one of them set off an explosion, likely from a suicide belt. Continue Reading »
Catastrophe averted when a Palestinian terrorist was captured by the train’s alert security guards as he boarded a Jerusalem light rail with hidden explosive devices.
By Yedidya Ben-Or
A bomb scare near the Jerusalem light rail shut down much of central Jerusalem Sunday morning.
An Arab passenger boarding the light rail near the intersection of Yafo and King George aroused the suspicions of the train’s security guards, who questioned the man in an attempt to discern whether he posed a threat.
During the conversation, the man claimed he was carrying an explosive device in his bag. Security guards then detained the man, who was handed over to Jerusalem police for interrogation. Continue Reading »
Paramedic who was at the scene of the Hevron terrorists attack defends the IDF soldier who fired the kill-shot at one of the terrorists: ‘We thought he had a bomb.’
By David Rosenberg
After an onslaught of condemnation from across the political spectrum against the soldier who killed a wounded terrorist, a witness present at the scene of Thursday’s stabbing attack in Hevron has corroborated a key element of his defense.
The soldier, who is now under investigation, claims that he feared the terrorist was carrying a suicide bomb vest, noting that the terrorist was wearing a thick coat despite the heat, possibly to conceal an explosive device.
WATCH: On their websites ISIS has claimed responsibility for the massacre from two explosions in Beirut’s southern Shi’ite neighborhood, next to Burj al-Barajneh. – Last count: 41 dead, at least 200 injured.
By Arutz Sheva staff
Two explosions in a predominantly Shi’ite area of southern Beirut have killed at least 41 people, according to the Lebanese Health Ministry as cited by Al Jazeera. At least 200 are said to be injured.
The two blasts were separated by minutes. Local reports indicate two suicide bombers conducted the attacks and that the body of a third suicide bomber> was found at the scene of the bombings. Continue Reading »
Shin Bet reports plot how highly motivated Palestinian woman from Jenin, assisted by 4 men from Tulkarm, plotted to dress up as pregnant Jewish woman to carry out suicide attack in Tel Aviv.
By Lilach Shoval & Israel Hayom Staff
The suspects include Jenin resident Yasmin Sha’aban, who was the designated suicide bomber. She planned to wear an explosive belt hidden under her clothes while disguised as a pregnant Jewish woman. Sha’aban intended to obtain an entry permit into Israel for medical reasons and use it to carry out a suicide attack in the Tel Aviv area.
A security checkpoint Sign says: “Stop, For Security Check” [Illustrative] – Photo: Michel Dot Com
Two Palestinian minors were recently indicted for trying to carry out a suicide bombing on an IDF military courthouse on September 22, in order to murder high ranking judges, prosecutors and others inside with seven explosives, The Jerusalem Post has learned.
Although the indictment was filed last week, the Post‘s report is the first disclosure of the event which is sending ripples through the defense establishment both in terms of the audacity of the target and the young age of the intended suicide bombers. Continue Reading »
Another in a series of Palestinian attempts to massacre Jews as an Arab terrorist wearing a bomb belt is apprehended near Ariel before he could attack.
By Ari Yashar
Security forces apprehended an Arabterrorist wearing a bomb belt at Tapuach Junction in Samaria, near the city of Ariel, on Friday morning.
The terrorist raised suspicions by wearing a large coat in the hot summer weather. After security forces called on him to take off his coat and be checked, the man refused and proceeded to lay on the floor, reports Channel 10.
When he finally removed his coat, he was found to be wearing a belt of explosives. Continue Reading »
France’s Culture and Communications Minister, Aurélie Filipetti has yet to close an exhibition where his office subsidizes the glorification of mass murdering random Jewish civilians.
A Paris museum subsidized by the French government opened an exhibition of photos of Palestinian suicide bombers, which the museum calls freedom fighters.
The exhibition of 68 photos entitled “Death” by Ahlam Shibli opened on May 28 at the Jeu de Paume museum of contemporary art in Paris.
The museum’s website describes suicide bombers as “those who lost their lives fighting against the occupation,” and the exhibition as being about “the efforts of Palestinian society to preserve their presence.”
According to CRIF, the umbrella body of French Jewish communities, the people commemorated in the photos are “mostly from the [Fatah-affiliated] al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades, the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades [of Hamas] and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.” All three are designated by the European Union as terrorist groups. Continue Reading »
The problem is this : People who do not know their own religion are being diverted toward nonsense. And unless they learn their own religion and the true love in the Koran, there will continue to be suicide bombers and those who honor them.
By Aylin Kocaman
In October, the Palestine Committee of the Arab Lawyers Union honored a suicide bomber. A law student who entered a restaurant in Israel in 2003 and blew herself up, killing herself and 21 people, was honored by the lawyers’ union. The 21 people she killed included a pregnant woman and three children.
A terrorist blew blown up a Dan local bus on Shaul HaMelech street in central Tel Aviv aroun noon. Three people were seriously wounded. No one was killed.
Seventeen people have been evacuated to Icholov Hospital, most of them with lesser injuries. Others are being treated for emotional shock.
Eyewitnesses said that that the terrorist boarded the bus, placed a suspicious package there and then fled. Police said they have caught a suspect, who denies any connection with the attack.. Continue Reading »
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