Independence Day terror attack thwarted
Inspection of a Palestinian truck trying to pass through the Reihan crossing near Jenin into Israel discovered a powerful bomb hidden in the roof. It was apparently being smuggled across for staging a major terrorist attack on Israel’s Independence Day Thursday. The bomb was found in a bag weighing 10 kilos along with iron fragments and a digital detonation device. Police sappers are defusing the explosive device after shutting down the crossing and arresting the Palestinian driver. Earlier, a Palestinian from Gaza was detained at the Qalandiya crossing north of Jerusalem in possession of a knife. He admitted he intended to attack Israelis.
8 thoughts on “Independence Day terror attack thwarted”
Let´s hope that there is ONLY ONE attempt of this type!
In Islam, only one attempt to kill jews is the worst haram of all harams, ask any imam. Enough with hoping, deport all Palestinians out of West Bank, this is the only way.
Islam reform? Good idea!
Good idea but no such thing as palestinians or west bank. Its arabs and Judea.
There is also that Palestinian secret bombs’ stock under Al-Aqsa that could turn into a problem. What if it explodes unattended, or because an Iranian drone misfires?
declare curfew in juda and shomrons A-teritories (arabs live here).
Shoot anyone in the street if he/she does not freeze after beeing
They most go!
Put terrorists in large canisters and use human cannons to send them skyward to Ramallah and Gaza and other destinations.