38 articles tagged "Jerusalem"
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Abbas scheme for rival Jerusalem municipality
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report August 15, 2016

The US, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Israel too have warned the octogenarian Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas against holding the Oct. 8 municipal elections he has called for the Palestinian-ruled West Bank towns and locales and the Gaza Strip. 

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Temporary Dip in Palestinian Terror
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report May 26, 2016

We must wait and see what happens during the coming Muslim month of Ramadan.

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A Palestinian 9-bomb ambush for IDF
DEBKAfile Special Report May 11, 2016

The bomb trap which seriously injured an Israeli officer at the Hizmeh checkpoint north of Jerusalem Tuesday night  was primed for a multiple  terror attack. The trap consisted of four iron pipe bomb stuffed with explosives, screws and sharp nails. Another explosive devices, some of which were attached   to a gas canister, failed to explode because of a technical malfunction and so averted a major disaster.

 

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Palestinian suicide attack hits buses in Jerusalem
DEBKAfile Special Report April 18, 2016

Explosion on Jerusalem bus No. 12 on Monday as it travelled on Hebron street around 6:00 p.m., which also ripped through a second bus and injured 20 people, including two seriously

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Biden in Jerusalem sparks more Palestinian terror
DEBKAfile Special Report March 9, 2016

Palestinian terrorist attacks hit three Israeli towns in quick succession Tuesday, March 8, the day US Vice President Joe Biden landed in Israel. Fears were quickly borne out of a further escalation of terror Wednesday, when he arrived in Jerusalem.

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Palestinian militia discussed for E. Jerusalem to help bar terror and block ISIS influence
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report January 21, 2016

Israeli and Palestinian security officers are discussing the formation of a new Palestinian militia to take charge of enforcing law and order in the Arab districts of Jerusalem and halting the terrorist campaign emanating from there. debkafile: The dialogue is led by senior Shin Bet and police officials and the Palestinian General Intelligence (Mukhabarat) chief Maj. Gen. Majid Faraj. Concern about the fast-spreading ISIS influence in Palestinian communities has given the project an extra spurt. There is no confirmation that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is in the picture. 

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Palestinian terrorist's Mazda
Fortified bus stops for Jerusalem commuters after latest terrorist outrage
DEBKAfile Special Report December 14, 2015

For months, Palestinian terrorists have been using their cars to run down Jerusalem bus commuters as easy victims. Monday, Dec. 14, a Palestinian from Beit Hanina, Jerusalem, crashed his Mazda into a crowd at a bus stop at the northern entrance to Jerusalem and injured 14 people. Doctors are trying to save the crushed foot of an infant of one year and four months. Four others were seriously hurt. The terrorist had an axe ready to slaughter his victims, when a passing civilian shot him dead and averted a massacre. 

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Anti-terror operations in Jerusalem
Terror slowdown as Israelis absorb first shock and gear up for the next round
DEBKAfile Special Report October 14, 2015

Israelis have absorbed the first shock of the wave of Palestinian terror unleashed in the last two weeks. The Palestinians are likely absorbing the package of tough penalties for terror and deterrents the Netanyahu government began putting together Tuesday night. Wednesday, Oct. 14, saw relative calm after the deadly violence reached a new peak Tuesday. The 500 young soldiers mobilized to ramp up Jerusalem security will have to take their cues from a police force under-manned but well-seasoned in handling multiple terror

 

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Medical services on terror alert in Jerusalem
New anti-terror measures, hospitals on emergency footing ready for long terror haul
DEBKAfile Special Report October 13, 2015

After the first shooting in the current wave of Palestinian terror, three deaths and 27 injured victims in one day, Israeli hospitals were put on emergency footing Tuesday, Oct. 13, for the potential contingency of multiple casualties. Medical and auxiliary staff and supply centers were ordered to prepare for this contingency. Hospitals, especially in Jerusalem, are already facing a rise in emergency admissions as a result of terrorist attacks.  The government introduced new anti-terror measures.

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Holding the line at Nablus Gate, Jerusalem
Palestinians ramp up terror with suicide bomber heading for major attack in Jerusalem
DEBKAfile Special Report October 10, 2015

Early Sunday morning, Oct. 11, the Palestinian campaign of terror took a sharp, dangerous turn: A young female suicide bomber was stopped on her way to Jerusalem driving a vehicle packed with explosive devices. When a police van on the Maaleh Adummim road to Jerusalem ordered her to pull over for an inspection, she threw an explosive device shouting Allah Akhbar!  The policeman was hurt and she was badly injured.

The woman turned out to have been a suicide bomber on her way to carry out a multiple-casualty suicide attack in Jerusalem.

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IDF raid of Nablus in pursuit of terrorists
Cutback of Israeli troops on West Bank led to upsurge of Palestinian terror. Four Israelis dead
DEBKAfile Special Report October 3, 2015

Amid a wave of terror that has hit Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria,which has already resulted in the murder of four Israelis, it is necessary to point a finger at some senior IDF officers and members of the Israeli security establishment as partially responsible. The decision by IDF Chief of Staff Gady Eisenkot to reduce the number of IDF forces in Judea and Samaria so as to detach them for other missions was a serious error, which Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon mistakenly approved.

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Israeli police on anti-terror duty
Israel security forces may use live fire for Palestinian rocks, firebombs, and “popular terror”
DEBKAfile Exclusive Analysis September 20, 2015

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has approved tougher rules of engagement for security forces grappling with the latest surge of Palestinian terror, ready for the security cabinet’s endorsement Sunday, Sept. 20. First cleared with the State Attorney was the use of the Ruger rifle by Jerusalem police. This weapon fires light 0.22 (5.59mm) bullets packed with a small amount of explosive which can cause injury within a 100m radius. It may used only in life-threatening situations, such as stoning and firebomb attacks. The new rules are effective for all parts of Israel.

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Jerusalem ambulance after Palestinian stone attack
Palestinians launch new confrontation tactic of “localized” terror against Israel
DEBKAfile Exclusive Analysis September 15, 2015

Three dates are landmarks of a new outbreak of armed Palestinian terror against Israel: On Aug. 30, an army-police squad rounding up terrorist suspects was waylaid in the Jenin refugee camp by fierce gangs armed with rocks, iron bars and firebombs. On Sept. 13, an Israeli car was stoned in Jerusalem, killing the driver Alexander Levlovitch, 64. The next day, Palestinian gangs fought Israeli police guards on Temple Mount with rocks, blocks of concrete and iron bars. Since Israeli troops were told to fire in the air opposite Palestinian violence, terror has escalated sharply, undeterred by legal measures.

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Israeli killed when rocks smash into his car
Palestinian terror surges in Jerusalem: An Israeli killed, pipe bombs for Temple Mt.
DEBKAfile Special Report September 14, 2015

Jewish New Year’s Eve saw a sharp upsurge of Palestinian violence in Jerusalem, culminating in the death Sunday night, Sept. 13, of an Israeli motorist whose car attacked with flying rocks crashed into a pole. That morning, a large Israeli police and security force seized eight large pipe bombs in an Old City apartment ready to be smuggled to Temple Mt. for use for the first time against police guards or Jewish New Year worshippers at the Western Wall below. Police the clashed with Palestinian assailants on Temple Mt. and Al Aqsa Mosque.

 

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Five Israelis, incl. 4 female police officers injured in car-ramming terror attack in Jerusalem
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report March 6, 2015

A Palestinian terrorist at the wheel of a car crashed Friday, March 6, into a group of female police officers, injuring five. They were on duty on northern Jerusalem’s Route One near Border Guard and National Police headquarters. The car then hit a cyclist and injured bystanders. Police patrols were beefed up for the Purim festival when thousands of Israelis, many of them children, traditional parade through the streets in costume. A guard at the nearby light train station fired on the driver. He was detained in serious condition.

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Two terrorist attacks in Jerusalem. An Israeli killed, a soldier injured. Security forces beefed up in capital
DEBKAfile Special Report August 4, 2014

Police are hunting for the motorcyclist who shot and injured an Israeli soldier near Mt. Scopus, Monday, Aug. 4 after 4 p.m. - three hours after another Palestinian rammed his heavy excavator into a bus, tipping it over, on the main road linking west and east Jerusalem. An Israeli man was crushed to death in the first attack, which the assailant did not survive. Six others were injured. A police officer shot him dead before he used his heavy vehicle to continue the violent rampage. The Jerusalem police have been reinforced.

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More than half of Israel under Hamas rocket attack - from Beersheba up to Greater Tel Aviv. No casualties. Hamas tries smuggling terrorists in by tunnels and sea
DEBKAfile Special Report July 8, 2014

First Hamas rockets were fired or intercepted Tuesday night, July 8, over Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Rishon Lezion, Givatayim, Raanana, Caesarea and Yavne. No casualties were reported, but a house was hit in N. Jerusalem. Hamas also made several attempts to smuggle terrorists into Israel for attacks: The IDF repelled a Hamas naval commando landing on Ashkelon’s Zikkim beach.  Another group of terrorists tried to creep into Israel through a tunnel under the Kerem Shalom crossing. It was discovered when the tunnel blew up under an IDF post. 

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The murdered Palestinian boy Muhammed Abu Khdeir
Six Jewish males under arrest in connection with murder of Palestinian youth. They deny the charge
DEBKAfile Special Report July 6, 2014

Israeli Police Sunday, July 6, arrested six Jewish males from Beit Shemesh and Adam near Jerusalem and from the city itself in connection with the murder of the 16-year old Palestinian Muhammad Abu Khdeir, whose charred body was found on July 2. The motive is believed to be “nationalistic revenge” for the three Israel teenage boys earlier kidnapped and slain by Hamas. Police have also found the car used by the suspects. They admit they were in the vicinity of the crime, but deny having committed the murder. 

 

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An Israeli Jewish car torched by Israeli Arab rioters
Cycle of violence expands around and in Israel, as terrorists and unruly street forces take charge
DEBKAfile Special Report July 5, 2014

In less than a week, Israel is trapped in a maelstrom of violence arising from the Netanyahu government laxness after the traumatic discovery on July 30 of the bodies of the Israeli teenagers, Gil-Ad Shaer, Naftali Fraenkel and Eyal Yifrach, kidnapped and slain by Hamas. Two days later, a Palestinian boy, Muhammad Abu Khdeir, was found murdered in Jerusalem, sparking Arab riots amid scores of rockets from Gaza. “Quiet will be met with quiet,” was Israel’s feeble message to Hamas as the IDF, a highly competent counter-terror force, stood idly by.

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Clashes in Shuafat, Palestinian district of Jerusalem
Israeli cabinet’s inaction opens door to surge of violence in Jerusalem and Gaza rocket fire
DEBKAfile Special Report July 2, 2014

Israel’s security cabinet still looked undecided on July 2 after its third special session in two days to map out a response to the kidnapping-murder of Eyal Yifrach, Gil-Ad Shaer and Naftali Frenkel. But debkafile’s sources report a decision was in fact reached: to hold back from a major military operation in the Gaza Strip, while continuing the IDF’s anti-Hamas campaign on the West Bank - a course strongly urged by Egypt, Qatar and Jordan. The result: unbridled violence in Jerusalem after a Palestinian boy was murdered and 30 rockets launched from Gaza.

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