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Sunday, August 24, 2014

'Palestinian' who was shooting at Jewish homes shot and caught

A 'Palestinian' resident of the Shuafat 'refugee camp,' who had been shooting at Jewish homes in nearby Pisgat Zev, was shot by undercover police officers on Saturday and seriously wounded.
According to police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld, the unidentified suspect first fired multiple rounds at several Jewish residences Friday afternoon, leaving bullet holes in many of them, although none of the occupants were injured.

Following an intensive overnight undercover investigation into the shootings, Rosenfeld said Border Police officers came across the suspect in Shuafat Saturday afternoon, once again shooting at Jewish homes in Pisgat Ze’ev.

“Undercover officers in the area saw him fire more shots in the direction of the neighborhood and shot him immediately to prevent him from causing any more damage,” said Rosenfeld, who deemed the suspect a terrorist.

“He was in serious condition after being shot, and transferred by ambulance to Hadassah Hospital in Ein Kerem where he’s now receiving medical treatment,” he said.
Thank God no one was hurt and the police officers just shot him without asking questions or trying to get him to stop.

Pisgat Zev used to be entirely Jewish, but it is one of several 'east' Jerusalem neighborhoods which has become mixed as a result of 'Palestinians' moving to within what they believe will be part of Israel in the event of a 'peace agreement' to avoid coming under the jurisdiction of the 'Palestinian Authority.'

Of course, when Jews try to buy into mostly Arab neighborhoods, it's treated quite differently.

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