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Palestinian Terrorists Stab Jewish Security Guards

Palestinian Terrorists Stab Jewish Security Guards
November 10
14:57 2015

This week has been tragic for Jewish security guards. Just a few days ago a Palestinian woman dressed in black Muslim clothing (pictured above) stabbed a guard in Beitar Illit. Today, two Palestinian children attacked a guard in Jerusalem.

According to Israeli media outlets, the woman in Beitar Illit was on her way to stab more Israelis at a bus stop when she was stopped by the guard. Surveillance videos show the guard politely stop her to ask for ID. She offers her ID and they converse. They both appear to be at ease. The woman slowly reaches into her purse and suddenly jumps towards the guard with a large knife. The guard leaps backwards and the two move out of camera range.

The guard was lightly wounded before pulling a gun on the woman and shooting her. Beitar Illit officials later reported: “It appears that the terrorist was on her way to a bus stop, and the guard prevented a worse attack.”

You can view the shocking video here.

Terrorist indoctrination starts at a young age. Just today, two Palestinian children stabbed a Jewish security guard at a rail station in Pisgat Ze’ev, a neighborhood in northern Jerusalem. The attackers were male, one 12 and one 13. The guard suffered grievous wounds before one of the boys was shot. The other was neutralized and captured.

This was the second attack of the day.

Earlier this morning, an Arab male was shot while trying to stab a police officer near the Old City’s Damascus Gate.

The Pisgat Ze’ev stabbing is reminiscent of an incident last month in the same location, in which two Palestinian children (cousins, ages 13 and 15) attacked and seriously wounded two Israelis. One of them was a 13-year-old boy.

Police appeared on the scene and shot and killed the 15-year-old terrorist as he lunged at them with a knife. His cousin was captured and taken into custody. The child pleaded ‘not guilty,’ but footage captured by traffic cameras proves otherwise.

Despite the attacks on their lives, the Israelis continue to pity these Palestinian children who from a very young age are taught hate and violence. As Golda Meir, former Prime Minister of Israel, once said: “We will have peace as soon as the Arabs love their children more than they hate us.”

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