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Monday, September 15, 2008

Soldier's stabbing linked to 'gestures' to Abu Bluff

An IDF soldier was stabbed and 'moderately' wounded by a terrorist in the northern Dead Sea area on Monday night. The terrorist took the soldier's weapon and ran away with it. Police from the Maaleh Adumim police station eventually found the terrorist hiding in a gas station bathroom with the weapon - which I would assume was not a pistol - in hand. The police then 'talked' the terrorist out of the bathroom and he gave himself up.

Oh goodie - another 'Palestinian' terrorist 'without blood on his hands' that we can trade for some poor kidnapped Jew.....
A detection squadron from Ma'aleh Adumim Police Department located the terrorist's hiding place and detained him. They also confiscated the weapon he had stolen. They began to interrogate him at the gas station.

During the interrogation the terrorist, a resident of the West Bank city of Ramallah [which is nowhere near the Almog junction where the terror attack took place. CiJ], told the officers that he and another Palestinian had arrived on the scene earlier and spotted the soldier entering the bathroom. When he came out they stabbed him and stole his weapon. Security forces have begun searching for the terrorist's accomplice.
Stay out of the northern Dead Sea area tonight if you can.

And how did this terror attack happen? You can thank 'defense minister' Ehud Barak:
In late March, Defense Minister Ehud Barak eased restrictions on Palestinian movement in the West Bank, removing some 50 unmanned roadblocks. One of the direct results of the gesture, meant as a confidence-building measure towards Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, was opening up Dead Sea beaches to Palestinian movement, where Monday's attack took place.
How about some more free 'gestures' to Abu Bluff?


At 10:55 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

All of these gestures have not made the Arabs in the PA more moderate and they have made Israelis less secure. Thanks, Ehud!


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