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Israeli Jets Pound Hamas Positions in Gaza After Bomb Explodes on Border

19 March, 2018, 05:56 | Author: Priscilla Morrison
  • Israel Destroys Two Hamas Terror Tunnels in Overnight Raid

Officials from MDA say the guard suffered stab wounds to his upper torso during the attack.

The Palestinian government has denounced Israeli calls for world countries to relocate their embassies from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. The wounded security guard was rushed to Hadassah hospital on Mount Scopus by the Magen David Adom emergency services.

Fadel's five-day permit, which began on Sunday, allowed him to enter Jerusalem in order to look for work, the Shin Bet said.

A spokesperson for United Hatzalah reported that emergency medical teams from the organization treated two people in connection with Sunday's attack.

The security service dispelled earlier rumors that the attacker was a Turkish national.

Adiel Colman, a father of four in his 30s, was the man killed, police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said.

"I praise the police officer who reacted swiftly and killed the terrorist and prevented further injuries", said Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan in a tweet.

He warned that Israel's policy "is to take determined action against any attempt to attack us and to systematically eliminate the infrastructure of terrorist tunnels and thus we will continue".

Tensions have risen in Jerusalem since US President Donald Trump recognised the city as Israel's capital on December 6, and the city is on a high state of alert ahead of the Jewish Passover holiday at the end of March and festivities next month to mark 70 years since Israel's founding. The report compiled by Prisoners and Liberties Affairs Association, the Palestinian Prisoner Club, Addameer, and Al Mezan Center for Human Rights, also sheds light on the regions where the Palestinians were arrested.

The attack came after a Friday vehicle ramming attack by a Palestinian near Jenin in the northern West Bank that killed two Israeli soldiers and wounded two others, according to the army.



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