Terrorist Attack in Jerusalem (Israel )

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    Two Police Officers Wounded in Temple Mount Shooting Die of Their Wounds

    After shooting, Israeli Arab assailants entered Temple Mount complex and were shot and killed by police; Israel cancels Friday prayers at the site for first time in years

    Nir Hasson, Barak Ravid and Jack Khoury Jul 14, 2017 12:15 PM
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    Slain police officers Kamil Shnan (left) and Hael Sathawi against the backdrop of a forensic team surrounding the body of an assailant on the Temple Mount, July 14, 2017. THOMAS COEX/AFP and Israel Police
    Two Border Police Officers were killed on Friday morning's shooting attack at the entrance to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Another police officer was also wounded.

    The police officers who were killed have been identified as Advanced Staff Sgt. Maj. Hael Sathawi, a 30-year-old resident of Maghar, and Advanced Staff Sgt. Maj. Kamil Shanan, a 22-year-old resident of Hurfeish and the son of former MK Shakib Shanan.


    Footage shows security forces shooting an assailant in Friday morning's attack.
    Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after the attack to condemn the shooting.

    The assailants, Israeli Arabs from the northern town of Umm al-Fahm, were shot and killed. Police ordered the shuttering of the Temple Mount compound, which was cleared of people. Police also ordered the cancellation of Friday prayers at the site for the first time in years.


    Exchange of fire on Temple Mount in Jerusalem, July 14, 2017.
    Police said that three armed assailants arrived at one of the gates to the Temple Mount when they noticed policemen present. They shot at them and escaped in the direction of the mosques on Temple Mount. They were pursued and shot and killed by policemen, police said, adding that two rifles and a pistol were found on their bodies.






    The Shin Bet security services named the three assailants as Mohammed Ahmed Mohammed Jabareen (29), Mohammed Hamed Abd Al-Latif Jabareen (19) and Mohammed Ahmed Mafdal Jabareen (19). None had previous security offenses.

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    Emergency personnel at the site of the shooting attack in Jerusalem's Old City, July 14, 2017.Olivier Fitoussi

    Muslim worshipers who arrived at the Lions Gate to enter the Old City or the Temple Mount were turned away by policemen. At least two religious leaders who arrived at the scene with entourages were also turned away.

    The last time the Temple Mount complex was closed off to Muslims was a day after the 2014 shooting of Yehudah Glick, now a Knesset member for the Likud. The cancellation of Friday prayers at the Temple Mount compound is unusual and didn’t even occur during the second intifada, and may lead to tensions in East Jerusalem. An official from the Waqf Muslim religious trust told Haaretz that to the best of his memory, the last time Friday prayers were completely cancelled at the site was in 1990.

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    Emergency personnel at the site of the shooting attack in Jerusalem's Old City, July 14, 2017.Olivier Fitoussi
    At the conclusion of an assessment of the attack the police commissioner held the police said that the incident "has significances on the diplomatic and international levels and will be treated accordingly."

    Footage of the attack shows one of the assailants lying on the floor before getting up and being shot by police after they searched his belongings.

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    Emergency personnel at the site of the shooting attack in Jerusalem's Old City, July 14, 2017.Olivier Fitoussi

    Netanyahu held an update call together with the defense and public security ministers, the IDF chief of staff, the head of the Shin Bet, the police chief and the government's coordinator in the territories. The Prime Minister's Bureau said that the status quo on the Temple Mount would be preserved.

    Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan said that "the attack today is a difficult and severe event in which red lines were crossed. The attack is still under investigation and will require of us to review all security arrangements at the [Temple] Mount and its surroundings. I call on all public leaders to act to calm the situation and preserve the quiet in Jerusalem."

    Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said that "the attack in Jerusalem is a natural reaction to Israeli terror and the desecration of Al-Aqsa Mosque and is proof of the continuing resistance to the occupation and that the Palestinian people are united and supportive of the resistance."

    On Monday, a Palestinian man was shot and killed after he attempted to run over and stab a group of soldiers near the West Bank settlement of Tekoa. A soldier was moderately wounded in the attack.

    Last month, three Palestinian assailants armed with guns and knives carried out an attack in Jerusalem that killed one Border Policewoman and left a number of people wounded. The officer, Hadas Malka, 23, was critically stabbed while attempting to reach for her gun, according to Israel's Police, and later succumbed to her wounds.

    http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/1.801324
     
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    Shit! What if this had happened during Modi's visit? :shock:
     
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    Normal life in Israel is not impacted by these small incidents. I was in Israel a couple of years back during the height of missile attacks from Gaza and when missiles also fell on Tel Aviv airport. No changes in their lifestyle. That's a normal for them.
     
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    Look at these Headlines by western Media ...........they are not using terms like " terrorist Attack " & " terrorist "

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    and what the Hell is this " shooting Attack " ??


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    airtel Senior Member Senior Member

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    and Look at this >>

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  8. raja696

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    Guys i guess lefts media and western left media are some kind of deep assets of same tree. I get that feeling.

    Indian cnn English (child of western cnn) got similarity with rndtv .
     
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    Noticing more lately that AFP is the root cause of this misinformation.

    Most news organisations depend on Reuters/AFP And a few other organisations for their global news.

    Even in our case, latest being that whole Amarnath attack caught between crossfire narrative started from wire services like Reuters or AFP. News organisations just publish what ever they receive from wire services directly on their websites without verification. This is the reason most headlines across the world look the same.

    Best way to avoid this is to have a press conference within the hour of the incident.
     
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    Bhumihar Jako Rakhe Saiyan Mar Sake Na Koi Senior Member

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    And who has the monopoly over these source provider?
     
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    I'll have to do some digging to find this ...

    But as far as I know, all news organisations are subscribed to these wire service. This is where most of the breaking news comes from initially.

    These wire services must be having local reporters on retainers to bring out the breaking news, must be that leftists have infiltrated these organisations too.
     
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    Afaik there are 5 such agencies: AP (Associated Press), Reuters, AFP (French), ITAR-TASS aka TASS (Russian) & Xinhua (Chinese)

    Of these the first three have a truly global network of agents while the latter two are primary sources mostly in their spheres of influence (FSU, PRC)
     
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    Things line using "gunman" instead of "terrorist" is written into their manuals..

    These tweets are about Associated press..

    The 2017 edition of the AP stylebook directs writers to avoid words like "pro-life," "migrant," "refugee," "Islamist" and "terrorist



     
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    This is the same media that use to call terrorist freedom fighters and rebels. They are only terrorists if an incident happens in the west. This trend started with the British media.


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    Israel's former foreign minister warns her country is on the verge of a religious war with the Muslim world
    By Julian Robinson for MailOnline and Associated Press07:25 BST 24 Jul 2017, updated 11:45 BST 24 Jul 2017

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    • Security measures imposed at Jerusalem site after two Israeli officers shot dead
    • Former minister Tzipi Livni warned Israeli Cabinet now needs to show leadership
    • She warned of deterioration into 'a pan-Muslim event against the state of Israel'
    Israel's former Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni says she fears that Israel is on the verge of a religious battle with the Muslim world.

    Livni said tactical differences over controversial security measures at a sensitive Jerusalem holy site - imposed after a deadly shooting of two Israeli police officers - have deteriorated into something far worse.

    She told Israeli media that 'we are a step away from turning our conflict with the Palestinians, and cooperation with Jordan and other Sunni nations, into a pan-Muslim event against the state of Israel.'

    Livni said the Israeli Cabinet now needs to show leadership to prevent the scenario from happening.

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    Israel's former Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni (pictured) says she fears that Israel is on the verge of a religious battle with the Muslim world
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    An Israeli police officer checks the identification of a Muslim religious man on a main road leading to the Lion's Gate near the Al Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem's Old City yesterday

    Tensions have been high since Israel set up new measures after Arab gunmen earlier this month opened fire

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4723980/The-Latest-Trumps-Mideast-envoy-expected-Israel.html
     
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