Friday, October 16, 2015

Terrorist Disguised as Journalist Stabs IDF Soldier

A terrorist wearing the yellow garb of a photojournalist stabbed an IDF soldier on Friday, at the Hazayit checkpoint near Hevron.

According to initial reports, the terrorist - who wore a yellow vest with "PRESS" written on it and who carried photography equipment - loitered near the checkpoint, with Hamas's Al Quds television station broadcasting live.

The Deputy Commander of the IDF's Judea-Samaria Brigade, and the Battalion Commander of the Tsabar Battalion of Givati, were touring the area and scanning for terror activity there following Hamas's declaration of a "Day of Rage," Yediot Aharonot reports.

When the two left their vehicle, the terrorist pulled out a knife, dropped his props, and ran for a soldier who was part of the two commanders' entourage, stabbing him.

The terrorist was shot dead immediately by a senior officer at the site.

The soldier, a 20 year-old man, was evacuated for medical treatment to Shaarei Tzedek hospital in Jerusalem by Magen David Adom (MDA) medics at the scene, and is reportedly in moderate condition.

He has been admitted to the trauma ward and is suffering from deep stab wounds to the upper back and hand and is fully conscious.

A group of Palestinians rioters set fire overnight to a compound housing Joseph's Tomb sparking condemnations from Palestinian and Israeli authorities. The tomb appeared to be unharmed,

Watch 13 year old Ahmed Mansra, who stabbed and seriously wounded two Israelis this week in Jerusalem, thus disputing Palestinian Abbas claim that he was executed in a video of him lying on the street. Haddassah Ein Karem hospital updated that his condition is improving and he will be released from the hospital in the next few days, into the custody of police.

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