Tag Archive for Synagogue attack

Watch: Synagogue arsonist in England gets ‘burnt’

Tristan Morgan, a 52 yr-old ignoramus ignites his own head while ‘meticulously’ trying to burn down the Exeter Synagogue in Devon, the third oldest synagogue in the United Kingdom.

By Mordechai Sones


Hospital X-ray technician Tristan Morgan, 52, was arrested at his England home where he was found smelling of gasoline with burns on his hands, forehead, and hair, after attempting to torch the Exeter Synagogue in Devon, England. He pled guilty to arson and two charges under the Terrorism Act following a hearing at the Central Criminal Court (Old Bailey) in London.

CCTV video shows Morgan walking to the back of the synagogue and smashing a window with an axe. Continue Reading »

Sister of ‘Synagogue Butcher’ is Employee at Jerusalem’s City Hall

Following the deadly synagogue attack, Jerusalem municipality grants terrorist’s sister’s request to take several days leave, saying employee is ‘outstanding social worker’.

By Noam ‘Dabul’ Dvir


Two cousins were responsible for the deadliest terror attack in Jerusalem in six years. It was revealed Thursday that the sister of one of the terrorists was an employee at Jerusalem’s city hall.

Security forces in Jabel Mukaber. (Photo: Mohammed Shinawi)

Security forces in Jabel Mukaber. – Photo: Mohammed Shinawi

The sister took several days off work following the horrific attack. Jerusalem municipality issued a statement on the employee. “She is an outstanding social worker who deals with disadvantaged populations. We have no evidence that she has expressed any support whatsoever for her relatives’ actions,” it said. Continue Reading »

UN Security Council strongly condemns ‘despicable terrorist attack’ at Jerusalem synagogue


UNSC members expressed their condolences to the families of all those who were savagely killed & expressed their sympathy to those injured & to the Israeli people.

By UN Website


The United Nations Security Council has strongly condemned yesterday’s “despicable terrorist attack” in a synagogue in Jerusalem, resulting in the murder of four innocent civilians worshiping there and a police officer, as well as the injury of many more.

Wide view of the Security Council. – UN Photo/JC McIlwaine

In a statement to the press, the members of the Council strongly condemned all such acts of violence, and expressed concern about increased tensions, “which have affected both the Israeli and Palestinian people, and urged all sides to take immediate steps to restore calm.” Continue Reading »