Young female Palestinian terrorist shot dead while trying to stab Israeli guard

 

Initial police investigation finds the knife-wielding 13 yr-old Palestinian girl fought with her family before leaving home, then shot dead during her attack at the entrance to the community of Anatto, northeast of Jerusalem.

By Efrat Forsher, Daniel Siryoti, Israel Hayom Staff & Reuters

 

A knife-wielding 13-year-old Palestinian girl was shot dead on Saturday morning after she tried to stab a security guard at the entrance to the community of Anatot, northeast of Jerusalem.

 

View original Israel Hayom publication at:
http://www.israelhayom.com/site/newsletter_article.php?id=31309

4 comments

  1. Hannah says:

    You mean Arab Girl Attempts Murder, Shot Dead.

    • no, I’m still content with the wording. She was:
      1) Young
      2) Female
      3) just another “Palestinian terrorist”
      4) in the process of terror (“trying to stab” someone)
      5) Shot dead

      I don’t know what was in her mind. Maybe she wasn’t ‘attempting murder’, rather ‘attempting suicide’ because in all civilized countries, everyone can use ‘deadly force’ as self-defense in the face of an immediate threat of bodily harm. Maybe she exploited that? ….Maybe you remember the Arab woman in Afula who brandished a knife and stood still in the bus station. She was shot, not killed, only because she refused to drop the knife, as no one was in ‘serious danger’ any more (unless she lunged at someone).

  2. Francois says:

    A good question is “Why do Palestinians allow their children to get to the point of attempted murder?” They are very rare among all peoples of the world. One thing that stands out is the hold of parades that incite and glorify murder in the minds of children. Those leaders, those adults in authority are bringing this evil on themselves and their own people. Of course, some leaders are glad to use the deaths of children in their political agendas. Abbas and Haniyeh are guilty.

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