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Terror attack in Jerusalem: 2 killed, 2 wounded, A baby among the wounded

Palestinian attacker stabbed one victim stole his gun and shot group of tourists
Two people were killed and two were injured tonight (Saturday) in an attack that combined stabbing and shoting near the Lions Gate in the Old City of Jerusalem. A Palestinian terrorist stabbed a family, seized the weapon of the father and shot at a group of bystanders. The victims were two men aged 40 and 35. 22 year old woman hospitalized in serious condition, and her son - two years old baby - sustained minor injuries.
A woman who managed to flee the scene reported to the police who were about 50 meters away. They came to the area of the attack and shot and killed the terrorist Halabi Muhannad a 19 years old from El-Bireh near Ramallah.
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Terror Attack in Jerusalem: Two police border officers were lightly wounded, the terrorist was shot

Palestinian driver ran over the two near Mount of Olives.

Another border policeman, who recognized what was happening, opened fire at Palestinian driver and killed him.
Large forces were called to the scene and the injured were transferred to hospitals in Shaare Zedek and Hadassah Mount Scopus.
Following the incident a public disturbances of Arab residents began in the area, but not on a large scale.
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Second terror attack in Jerusalem in a day

Terrorist opened fire near the campus of Hebrew University

A man was seriously wounded near the Mount Scopus tunnels in Jerusalem by a Palestinian terrorists. The attack took place three hours after a man was killed and six injured when terrorist went on rampage in industrial digger in Jerusalem.

MDA paramedics said the wounded man was an Israeli in his 20's he was being taken to a local hospital.
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Terror attack in Jerusalem: One killed and six injured when terrorist goes on a killing rampage in industrial digger

Police officer shoots and kills the terrorist.

A man was killed and six other people were wounded when a terrorist went on a rampage in an industrial digger in central Jerusalem.

The terrorist hit the man as well as a bus and a car before being shot by a Police Officer who was in the area.

The terrorist was named as Mohammed Naif Ja'abis. Local media said he was from the East Jerusalem. Israel Police spokesman Mickey Rosenfeld confirmed that the terrorist was an Arab man in his 20s from East Jerusalem.

Mohammed Naif Ja'abis left the construction site in the digger and after driving some 50 meters hit the bus and then he attacked the pedestrian several meters from the bus.

The wounded were taken to Hadassah Hospital.

Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat: "No one should take the law into their own hands, and anyone who does so should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law," the Jerusalem mayor said.

Interior Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovich praised the police: "The police identified him and the threat and responded quickly - the result is clear."


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