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They Must Go! Soldier Stabbed At Entrance To Tel Aviv Train Station - Critically Injured By Arab Muslim Terrorist

November 10, 2014

Stabbing Attack at Tel Aviv Train Station
20-year-old soldier critically wounded in stabbing attack at entrance to Hahagana train station by Arab from Shechem. Ido Ben-Porat, Ari Yashar

A 20-year-old IDF soldier was critically wounded in a terrorist stabbing attack at the entrance to Tel Aviv's Hahagana train station on Monday.

Magen David Adom (MDA) paramedics tried to resuscitate the victim at the site before sending him to Ichilov Hospital where he was brought to the surgery room.

The victim was reportedly stabbed numerous times, including in the upper body and waist, as he tried to fight off his attacker. The attacker proceeded to try and escape from the scene towards Levanda Street as he was pursued by security forces and citizens.

The terrorist has been identified by Channel 2 as Nur al-Din Abu Hashiya, an 18-year-old from Shechem (Nablus) in Samaria who had illegally entered into sovereign Israeli territory. Police spokesperson Luba Samri said "it was apparently an attack with nationalist motives. The suspect is a resident of the Nablus."

Hashiya tried to snatch a weapon from his victim, but was prevented from doing so by citizens in the area at which he decided to flee.

He was arrested and brought in for questioning, and during the process an officer in his 50s was reportedly lightly wounded and was given treatment at the scene; traffic in the area has been blocked off due to the attack.

According to reports the terrorist was captured after trying to take refuge in a four-story apartment building, with forces locating him thanks to the help of citizens on the top floor of the building.

A witness to the attack named Kobi told public radio "I got to Hahagana bridge with a friend and we saw a big man in a red sweatshirt stabbing a soldier twice, apparently someone from the air force. I stopped the car and we started to run after him, shouting 'terrorist, terrorist.'"

Kobi said he returned to help the soldier who was clearly in serious condition, saying "he was conscious but his situation deteriorated very quickly," reports AFP.

The latest attack follows a day of escalated Arab violence Sunday, with numerous rock, firebomb and mob attacks in the north of the country as well as in the Jerusalem area that has experienced the worst of a wave of terror in recent months.

In the backdrop of the recent spate of terrorism is an incident on Saturday night, in which an Arab man tried to stab police officers with a knife before being shot in the Galilee village of Kafr Kanna.

That incident sparked riots in the Galilee region which have continued sporadically into Monday. On Sunday, a Jewish man narrowly escaped with his life from an Arab lynch mob who torched his car.


Middle Aged Man Punches Out Hamas Terrorist Attacking Soldier

Posted By Daniel Greenfield On November 10, 2014 @ 11:42 am In The Point

All that it takes for the triumph of evil is for no one to punch evil in the face.

Gilad Goldman, in his 50s, was driving by the Haganah Train Station when he noticed an ongoing terror attack on Monday afternoon – and jumped into action. "I got out of my car and saw him assaulting and stabbing the youth."

Speaking to Ynet before he was evacuated to Ichilov Medical Center in Tel Aviv, Goldman recounted the horrifying incident. "I punched him in the face. He dropped the knife and began fleeing." He was lightly wounded during the struggle with the terrorist.

Goldman's friend was also involved in thwarting the scope of the attack. "We began to chase after him, screaming ‘terrorist!' We saw that he was getting away quickly, so I went back to help treat the soldier and direct traffic so emergency personnel could arrive quicker."

The soldier was stabbed after a struggle with a Palestinian who attempted to grab his weapon at the Haganah Train Station in Tel Aviv. He was evacuated in critical condition to Sheva Hospital in Tel HaShomer. The suspect is 18-year-old Nur al-Din Abu Khashiyeh, a resident of Nablus illegally staying in Israel.

A picture of the suspect holding a Hamas flag surfaced on social media.

One of the photos released he looks holding a sign "We have a passion for death like our enemies desire in life."

A pity that Israel didn't help him fulfill his passion.

Article printed from FrontPage Magazine: http://www.frontpagemag.com

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