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Sunday, June 18, 2017

Arab Gang Ambushes Policewoman in Jerusalem, Gang Leader Abbas Praises the Murderers

Israel revoked on Sunday the permits of 200,000 Arabs to enter Israel that were approved for the hate celebration of Ramadan following two near simultaneous "Palestinian" gang attacks on police that killed a young female office attacked from behind near Jerusalem's Old City.
Israeli defense body COGAT, posted the announcement on its Arabic language Facebook page. Earlier, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that preparations are underway to destroy the homes of the Arab attackers and tighten security at the entrance to the Old City, home to sensitive holy sites sacred to Jews and Christians.
Three Arab criminals armed with automatic weapons and knives ambushed officers on duty near the Old City in two locations Friday evening.
Police said Staff Sgt. Maj. Hadas Malka, 23, was rushing to respond to that initial attack nearby when a Palestinian assaulted her from behind with a knife in the back.
After the attack Malka wrestled with the gang member for several seconds as he stabbed her multiple times before other officers saw what was happening and opened fire, killing him, police said. She later died of her wounds in hospital.
Arab criminals consider ambushing a female and stabbing her in the back as a "heroic act", although most of the world considers it a wanton display of cowardice.
The Daesh gang took responsibility for the attacks, but two Palestinian criminal gangs, Hamas and People's Front for the Liberation of Palestine quickly retorted the three attackers were their members and accused IS of trying to undermine their crimes.
It's notable that three arab gangs are fighting over who gets credit for this cowardly murder.
At his weekly Cabinet meeting, Netanyahu lashed out at Arab gang leader Mahmoud Abbas for not condemning the attack.
Israel had previously announced its annual goodwill measures for Ramadan that included 200,000 thousand visiting permits for family visits for Palestinians from the West Bank and access for 100 Gaza residents to attend prayers at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque.
COGAT said the visiting permits were canceled but the prayer permits remain unchanged.
Netanyahu criticized the Palestinian government for not condemning the attack.
He called for the world to "demand the immediate cessation of Palestinian Authority payments to the families of Arab murderers of Jews, something that encourages terror."
Israel has long unsuccessfully pushed for the Palestinians to halt the "killer's fund" payments to roughly 35,000 families of Palestinians killed and wounded in their long-running unprovoked and cowardly attacks on Israel women and children.
Last week U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the Arab gangters had agreed to stop the payments but this was a typical lie.
Israel argues that such pay promote violence. It stepped up a campaign against the fund after a wave of Palestinian attacks began in September 2015.
Since then, Palestinian assailants have killed 43 Israelis, two visiting Americans and a British student, mainly in stabbing, shooting and car ramming attacks. In that period, some 250 Palestinians were killed by Israeli fire.  Most of them were homicidal  attackers.
At times the attacks were daily occurrences, but they have relatively subsided in recent months. However there have been a string of recent attacks near the Old City in east Jerusalem.
Israel captured the territory
in a defensive response during the 1967 war.
IJerusalem is Israel's eternal, undivided capital while Palestinians want the eastern sector as the capital of their future "state".
The fate of the area is an emotional issue at the heart of the conflict between Israel and the Arab terror nations.
Israel blames the violence on incitement by Palestinian political and religious and other criminal leaders on social media sites that glorify violence and encourage attacks.
Palestinians say it stems from anger over their hatred of Jewsand decades of Israeli rule in historical Jewish land.