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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Town's civilian security force fights off 'Palestinian' invaders

The local civilian security force fought off a group of 'Palestinian' invaders on Monday afternoon, even catching one of them and turning him over to the police.
Arabs attempted to break into the town of Kochav Yaakov in the Binyamin region on Monday, and set fire to olive orchards owned by Jews that are outside the town. They also blocked the highway outside the town, preventing residents from entering or leaving.

The town's security force rushed to the scene to face down the Arab rioters and prevent them from getting into the town. At least five had succeeded in getting through the town's security fence where they were caught sight of by the security force. The Arabs ran away when they saw the security officers.
The officers gave chase and caught one of the rioters, a 16 year old Arab youth from nearby Kalandia. The Arab was carrying a wire cutter, and apparently was among those who cut the fence and infiltrated the town. He was also carrying material and equipment to start a fire, and may have been planning an arson attack in the town, officers said. He was transferred to police custody for questioning.
Kochav Yaakov is only 5-10 minutes outside of Jerusalem, and at one time it was scheduled to have a large group of Americans who were buying in together with a prominent rabbi from Rockland County, New York. I have a couple of friends there, one of whom reads this blog pretty regularly. One has to wonder where the police and IDF were when this was going on, and when the government is going to amend the open fire orders to allow Jews to at least defend themselves in this kind of situation. 

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At 7:38 AM, Blogger Shy Guy said...

The Government of Israel and the IDF are AWOL and in dereliction of their duty.

A purge is needed, from top to bottom.

At 2:57 PM, Blogger Sunlight said...

There are unaddressed battles occurring on the southern border of the US also.


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