Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Hear about the stabbing in the heart of Jerusalem this afternoon?

...Life would be so much simpler if, in the course of opening up Israeli society to everyone (the exact opposite of what Israel is widely accused of doing), terrorists with mayhem on their minds wore a sticker on their foreheads announcing them as potential stabbers or shooters or bombers or rammers. Because that's not how life is lived here, we owe a debt of deep thanks to the vigilant and courageous security people and those responsible for training and deploying them.

Allegedly, today's
attacker, her 

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Arnold/Frimet Roth..
This Ongoing War..
15 December '15..

Several people were not killed, others not injured, in yet another Arab-on-Israeli stabbing attack in the heart of Jerusalem.

The attacker, a Palestinian Arab woman, attracted the suspicions of Border Police officers patrolling the center of the capital. We learned that they stopped her on Dorot Rishonim Street, right in the business and tourism center, the area called Jerusalem's Meshulash ("Triangle"), and carried out a search in the course of which a screwdriver was found on her (exactly where is not said).

The Israeli victims - perhaps a pensioner or two, a kindergarten child walking with a parent, a soldier getting a coffee - who thankfully were spared being attacked, don't even know they were about to fall prey to yet another jihad-minded opportunist with PA-government-approved incitement ringing in her ears. The men who preside over Hamas would be delighted with what she tried to do [here's some evidence].

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