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Monday, August 26, 2013

Breaking: Three 'Palestinians' killed in Kalandia, 'peace talks' shelved (with video)

On Monday morning, three 'Palestinians' were killed in a riot at the Kalandia checkpoint outside Jerusalem when the IDF and border police came under attack by hundreds of 'Palestinians' while making an arrest. As  you can see from the tweet above, that has resulted in the cancellation of this week's session of the 'peace talks.' 
Security forces who arrived in Kalandiya near Ramallah to arrest a security suspect came under a  large scale attack by hundreds of Palestinians on Monday morning, resulting in deadly clashes in which three rioters were reportedly killed.

An IDF force protecting the Border Police unit making the arrest felt that the lives of security forces were under threat, and opened fire at their attackers, the IDF said.

Video images from the scene showed two IDF jeeps being ambushed by Palestinians on rooftops and at street level, hurling large rocks and other heavy items from multiple directions.

The wanted suspect, said by the IDF to be a terrorist, was arrested and taken for questioning.

Offical Palestinian news agency WAFA quoted hospital sources in the West Bank as saying Rubin Zayed, Jihad Aslan and Younis Jamal Jahjouh had been killed in the clashes. An additional fifteen Palestinians were wounded in the incident, according to Palestinian medical sources.

The Police and IDF were investigating the circumstances of the clash.
Let's go to the videotape.

Keep arresting those terrorists....

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At 3:07 PM, Blogger aparatchik said...

All that rubble just happened to be lying about on those roofs?

At 4:19 PM, Blogger Shy Guy said...

Watching the video, there should have been 20 Arabs killed.

At 8:52 PM, Blogger Findalis said...

It's a shame this didn't happen before Israel released a couple of dozen murderers.

At 12:10 AM, Blogger Sunlight said...

Update: True?

"PALESTINIAN LEADERSHIP LIED ABOUT CANCELLING TALKS IN JERICHO Spokesperson Harf also, in response to intense questioning by Matt Lee of the AP, reiterated her earlier unequivocal statement that there had been no cancellation of talks between the Israeli and Arab Palestinian negotiators. Lee, frustrated by Harf’s refusal to be cajoled into going off message – she repeatedly stated, “we are not going to confirm every meeting that takes place,” finally burst out, “one party is lying…” and later wondered aloud “why won’t you just say the Palestinians” are lying? Harf refused to respond, leaving Lee’s statement uncontested. In other words, Lee revealed that despite the public statements by Arab Palestinian leaders following the funerals of those who died in Qalandiya on Monday, no talks were cancelled. The Arab Palestinian leaders were playing to their street, while going forward with the talks. "


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