Pregnant Woman Stabbed By Muslim Savage Who Broke Into Clothing Store Where She Was Working In Gush Etzion
January 18, 2016
Pregnant woman stabbed by Arab terrorist in Gush Etzion
A 30-year-old pregnant woman was moderately injured in a stabbing attack in Tekoa, south of Jerusalem.
The victim was given emergency treatment at the scene for multiple stab wounds to her upper body. Magen David Adom paramedics managed to stabilize her, and she was evacuated to Jerusalem's Shaarei Tzedek hospital in moderate condition.
She was later identified as Michal Froman, daughter-in-law of Rabbi Menachem Froman of Tekoa who passed away in 2013.
The pregnant woman was stabbed after a terrorist broke into a clothing store where she was working in Tekoa, located in the east of the Gush Etzion bloc in Judea.
An armed civilian shot the 17-year-old Arab terrorist at the scene, and he was later evacuated to Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem in serious condition, suffering from a gunshot to his leg.
The hospital reported he was unconscious and on artificial respiration in the trauma unit.
The stabbing is the latest in a string of similar attacks in the area south of Jerusalem.
Yesteday (Sunday) another woman - 39-year-old mother-of-six Dafna Meir - was brutally murdered in front of her children by an Arab terrorist who broke into her home in Otniel, several miles south of Gush Etzion.
That attack itself followed by just minutes an attack foiled at the nearby Jewish town of Kiryat Arba, when security forces nabbed an Arab woman armed with a knife.
MIM: Froman's mother in law like her deceased husband is a staunch advocate of Muslim Jewish coexistence and works together with nut cases like Rebecca and Ben Abrahamson. See: Rebecca Abrahamson - 'Useful Idiot' Propagandizing For Radical Islamists - Omer Salem, Tablighi Jamaat, Adnan Oktar And Shamsi Ali's Nusantra" http://www.militantislammonitor.org/article/id/7067
Ironically, Hadassah Froman was recently together with Rebecca Abrahamson at a UN conference to promote Muslim Jewish coexistence. There is a picture of them on Abrahamson's Facebook page.
Menachem Froman met with members and leaders of Hamas and the PLO . People like the Fromans' and Abrahamson's are dangerous because they lull people into a false sense of security regarding the disingenuous possibility that some Muslims are peaceful in total disregard of the Koranic imperatives to murder Jews whereever they are.
Instead of calling for the death penalty for terrorists Froman advocates deporting them to 'terror central' aka Gaza where they can live and thrive among their coreligionists and leave Gaza to come back to Israel to attack Jews again.
Her perverted reasoning is epitomized by this statement which gives the impression she wants to protect terrorists absurdly referring to a "difficult situation" and stating that "their are things which foment terror in the area" which could only be perceived as a claim that their are 'justifiable reasons' for terrorism by someone who does not advocate killing terrorists as a way of solving the terror situation permanently. Her comments that "something in this madness to go out and stab people" without any reference to the Muslim perpetrators is another indication about how much in denial she is about Islamic jihad.
Attack victim's in-law calls to expel terrorist families to Gaza
Rebbetzin Hadassah Froman, mother-in-law of Monday stabbing victim Michal, says expelling terrorist's families only way to 'stop' terror.
Rebbetzin Hadassah Froman, the mother-in-law of the woman moderately injured in the stabbing on Monday, said she heard about the attack while participating in the funeral procession for terror victim Dafna Meir.
Meir, a 39-year-old mother-of-six, was brutally murdered in front of her children on Sunday by an Arab terrorist who broke into her home in Otniel, several miles south of Gush Etzion.
The pregnant Michal Froman was stabbed a day later after a terrorist broke into a clothing store where she was working in Tekoa, located in the east of the Gush Etzion bloc in Judea.
"...We are in a very difficult situation," Froman told Arutz Sheva. "Something here is being split open, something in this madness to go out and stab people. It's endangering our personal security."
"I am actually very close to the world of the Palestinians," she continued. "Every day I'm in contact with activists on the Palestinian side and with people who want this situation to become a sane one and want coexistence."
"Precisely because of that, we need to be very clear and to the subject," Froman stressed.
"From my familiarity with the situation on the ground, it is very clear to me that until the families of terrorist's are expelled from here to Gaza, [the terror] will not stop," Froman asserted. "There are things that foment [terror] in the area and there are things that can block it."
"Mother-in-law of pregnant stabbing victim urges coexistence
Hadassah Froman says Israel ‘mishandling' ties with Palestinians, must distinguish between terrorists and those who want to live in peace
"...Hours after her pregnant daughter-in-law was stabbed and moderately injured by a teenage Palestinian terrorist on Monday, an Israeli coexistence activist called for greater efforts to foster Israeli-Palestinian coexistence..."
MIM: Even more perverse and bizarre is the statement of Michal Froman the stabbing victim who said she felt "close" to her attacker and "empathy" with him and referred to him as a "lost soul" and says she was in denial that he was a terrorist despite seeing a knife in his hand! This reveals are deep seated pathology in Jews who promote coexistence with Muslims despite their repeated calls to attack and destroy them. It also shows total and abject ignorance of the teachings in the Koran which describes 'good Muslims' as those who take up arms against non Muslims.
"...Froman is the daughter-in-law of the late Rabbi Menahem Froman, who was a staunch believer in the possibility of peaceful coexistence between Jews and Muslims, and her initial reaction to her stabbing raised some eyebrows, after she said that she "felt close" to her attacker..." http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/206843#.VqEqcoe9KK0
"...It's very strange," she went on. "When I hear about terror attacks in other places I say, ‘May the terrorist's name be blotted out, and that I hope they kill him." But during the attack against her, said Froman, the daughter-in-law of the late peace activist Rabbi Menachem Froman, she experienced empathy for the assailant..."
"To be stabbed with a knife from from up close is something very personal, and I wondered what he went through, why he's doing it, what does he want to get out of it? To be one of the martyrs? To be part of something? I don't know," she said... I don't know what his story was...I saw his eyes, his confusion," she recalled. "He didn't have a scary face; he was a youth with a baby face. I didn't want to really believe he was terrorist."‘I could see he had a knife in his hand, but still, I didn't want to believe it'..."http://www.timesofisrael.com/tekoa-stabbing-victim-says-attacker-didnt-mean-to-kill-her/
"I feel a need to speak to the person who attacked me, to talk to him so that he will change the way that he thinks," she told The Independent in her room at Jerusalem's Shaare Zedek Hospital, from which she was discharged on Thursday.
She thinks her suspected assailant, Othman Shaalan, 15, who was shot and wounded by an armed civilian, may have been motivated by the belief that he would attain heaven in the hereafter for stabbing her. "I want to tell him it is better to focus on this world, it's more worthwhile than the hereafter that extremist Muslim clerics promise. I want to talk to his inner self, to tell him we have had enough hate since the time of Cain killing Abel and I don't see that hatred has advanced the world."
MIM: Menachem Froman and his wife should of all people know the horrors of Muslim terrorism and instead of urging people to fight against it they sickeningly turned to trying to seek common ground with terrorists by meeting with them. ("Rabbi Froman conducted meetings with controversial Palestinian leaders, including with the late PLO Chairman and President of Palestinian National Authority,Yasser Arafat, and the Hamas leaders Sheikh Ahmad Yassin and Mahmoud Al-Zahar")
Here is an account of the murder of Koby Mandell and Yossi Ishran who were stoned to death in Tekoa in May 2001 during the time Menachem Froman was the Rabbi there. Even this did not stop either his or his wife's perverted efforts to seek coexistence with between Muslims and Jews and most likely have even intensified them. (Note his wife calling for fostering "coexistence" with Muslims hours after her pregnant daughter in law was stabbed by one).
"...The bodies of two boys were discovered the next morning in a cave near the West Bank settlement where they lived. USA Today reported that, according to the police, both boys had "been bound, stabbed and beaten to death with rocks". The newspaper continued, "The walls of the cave in the Judean Desert were covered with the boys' blood, reportedly smeared there by the killers". CNN and the Irish Independent reported that "Israel's Channel Two TV said police believed there were at least three assailants who dipped their hands into the boys' blood after the killing and smeared it on the walls of the cave."
Miro Cohen, a sheep rancher described the scene to Time: "A rock the size of a computer rested on Kobi's smashed skull. Both bodies were covered with stones. Blood smeared the walls, and the dirt floor was muddy with it." The bodies were so badly mutilated and disfigured that dental records had to be used for positive identification...."
MIM: The delusional declarations of the Froman family and their pathetic mantra of coexistence knows no bounds. Shivi, the son of Menachem Froman whose pregnant wife Michal was stabbed in Tekoa by a Muslim savage is still touting coexistence. These people can only be described as very 'sick puppies'. They want to be 'deader but better' and they are dangerously delusional.
'My father felt we must support peace even as terror hits close
Son of late Rabbi Menachem Froman says despite attack on his wife, his father would still believe in Jewish-Arab coexistence.
Shivi Froman, the husband of the women wounded in the attack Monday and son of the late Rabbi Menachem Froman, is convinced that in spite of the ongoing wave of Arab terror in Israel, his father would still believe in coexistence between Jews and Arabs.
The pregnant Michal Froman was moderately injured after a terrorist broke into a clothing store where she was working in Tekoa and began stabbing her.
"Tekoa has known harsh blows like everyone, it has always received blows," Froman told Arutz Sheva. "The reality of terrorism has come close to us over the years, but the idea of dialogue was born from a bleeding reality."
"My father supported peace out of an insistent stance, and this true today even when [terror] hits us close," he stressed.
"Next month will mark exactly three years since his death and I am convinced that even today he would jump and applaud and say thank you, because I have really received Michal and the unborn baby as a gift."
"Michal is improving and joking and I hope that by the end of the day we'll even fight; it'll take her a few days to recover," Froman continued. "By miracle, she was only hit near the neck and thank God everything will pass alright."
As a father, Froman insisted, he he was trying to remain optimistic amid a harsh reality.
"Just the night before we were upset over the horrific evil in Otniel, a woman was murdered not far from us. This time it hurt us, very closely," Froman noted, adding, "my father believed that the left hand should hit hard and the right should be extended in peace."
MIM: In October 2016 Hadassah Froman and her daughter in law Michal spoke at a "Women Wage Peace" march which included members of a Fatah terrorist group funded women's organization,' The Palestinian Committee For Interaction With Israeli Society' and a speaker from the PLO.
"...Indeed, Hadassah Froman, widow of Rabbi Menachem Froman, and her daughter-in-law Michal, who was pregnant when she was wounded in a stabbing attack by a Palestinian in January, both spoke at the demonstration. The two women, who live in the West Bank settlement of Tekoa, were warmly welcomed by the crowd. "There is great energy here, and it can bring us to a new way, to change," said Hadassah Froman. As she held her infant daughter, Michal Froman added, "I believe that peace, as we want it to be, will come from a place where we can see what is possible and what is impossible. The right can be part of peace, too. Life will be better here if we stop seeing ourselves as the victims of terror or the victims of the occupation. We all have to get over this and begin to work hard.".."
"...According to Ziad Darwish, a member of the Palestinian Committee for Interaction with the Israeli Society, which operates under the auspices of the Fatah party, the Palestinian women received political and financial support from Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and the Authority itself, which paid for the chartered buses, water and hats with a dove logo that the women wore, many over their hijabs..."
"...Hind Khoury, an economist who has served as the Minister of Jerusalem Affairs in the Palestinian Authority and was the delegate general of the Palestinian Liberation Organization to France from 2006 until 2010, also challenged the crowd..."