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4 Muslim terrorists arrested in plot to bomb a plane over Sydney

Security is heightened in airports across Australia following the Islamic-inspired terror plot that was thwarted on Saturday.

An Islamist cell planned to bring down a domestic flight with an ‘explosive device’ discovered at the Cleveland Street home.

Heavily-armed police stormed a Surry Hills home in the inner east of Sydney at 4pm before officers raided properties in Lakemba, Punchbowl and Wiley Park resulting in the arrests of four male Muslim terrorists.

An ‘explosive device’ was discovered at the Surry Hills property and deactivated by a bomb squad that was called to the scene.

One Muslim terrorist draped in a bed sheet with a heavily-bandaged head was seen being led into an ambulance outside the Surry Hills property.


The bandaged terrorist appeared to be distressed and bleeding from the head as he walked to a waiting ambulance.

He could be heard saying ‘they bashed me.’ When asked by whom, he answered ‘police.’

When asked why he was being arrested, the terrorist mumbled ‘I don’t know nothing.’

A law enforcement official told the Daily Telegraph they found material to be used for an improvised explosive device.

Residents living near the Surry Hills home, just metres from the Redfern Mosque, were evacuated while the bomb squad worked to remove the ‘explosive device.’


Commissioner Andrew Colvin addressed the media at a press conference on Sunday morning and said details about the terror plot are still developing.

‘We don’t have a great deal of information on the specific attack, the location, date or time, however, we’re investigating information indicating the aviation industry was potentially a target of that attack,’ AFP Commissioner Colvin said.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull reiterated the raids were aimed at stopping a terror plot to ‘bring down’ a plane and said security screening will take longer over the coming days.

‘Some of the measures will be obvious to the public, some will not be — those travelling should go about their business with confidence,’ Turnbull said in a press conference on Sunday morning.

‘The office of transport security has advised security screening will take longer, and travellers should arrive at terminals at least two hours before flights to allow ample time for screening.

‘They should limit the amount of carry-on and checked baggage, as this will help to ensure that security screening is efficient.’

Australia’s terror threat remains at probable.


Machete-wielding Muslim terrorist murders 1, injures several in Hamburg supermarket

A machete-wielding Muslim terrorist has murdered one and injured several others after going on the rampage through a German supermarket.

The Muslim terrorist, who reportedly screamed allahu akbar, ran into an Edeka shop in the northern city of Hamburg and knifed a customer to death before slashing at four others as he fled.

He ran off but was pursued by passers-by who wrestled him to the ground and called police who made an arrest.

Heavily armed officers have locked the area down and police helicopters have been seen above the crime scene. Police said that a motive for the terror attack has not yet been established.

A major manhunt got underway and 30 minutes later pictures emerged of the Muslim terrorist covered in blood, with a white bag over his head in a police car.

He is understood to have suffered minor injuries as he was being held by bystanders.

Hamburg police said on Twitter that there was only one attacker and that the motive for the ‘incident’ in Hamburg’s Barmbek district wasn’t immediately clear.

They added that ‘initial reports about robbery as a possible motive so far have not been confirmed.’


Rocket fired from Gaza; IDF tank fire retaliates

Gaza terrorists fired a rocket towards southern Israel overnight Sunday. The rocket exploded in an open area near the security fence in the Eshkol Regional Council.

The “Red Alert” incoming rocket siren was not sounds because the rocket exploded in an open area.

There were no injuries and or damages.

An IDF tank targeted a post  in southern Gaza, belonging to Gaza’s ruling Hamas terrorist organization in response to the rocket attack.


The rocket attack is the second such attack from Gaza in as many days. On Saturday night, a rocket from Gaza exploded in the air, causing no physical injuries or damages.


Terror attack on Israeli embassy in Jordan

An Israeli security official who is serving in the Israeli embassy in Amman was lightly wounded on Sunday when a Muslim ‘Palestinian’-Jordanian terrorist stabbed him with a screwdriver in his home. The officer then defended himself, shot and eliminated the terrorist.

Israeli media were barred from reporting on the incident for several hours by the IDF military censor.

The terror attack took place while furniture was replaced in the home of the deputy security officer of the embassy. The deputy security officer was in the home, along with his landlord and two other Jordanian workers, at the time of the attack.

One of the workers sneaked up behind the deputy security officer and began to stab him with a screwdriver. The Israeli, who was lightly wounded, was able to open fire at the terrorist and neutralize him. The terrorist later died from his wounds.

The Jordanian owner of the home was wounded as well and later died of his wounds.


In an earlier statement, police said they were notified in the late afternoon of a shooting at the compound in the residential Rabiyeh neighborhood of Amman. It said that two Jordanians had gone into the building to carry out “carpentry work.”

After the terror attack, Jordanian security forces were deployed in the streets around the embassy.

An investigation into the shooting was still underway.

It was not immediately clear how an armed Jordanian got into the embassy compound, one of the most heavily guarded Israeli missions in the world.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Israeli security forces are discussing the incident with the Jordanian government.

According to the Vienna Convention he is immune from interrogation and detention, as he is considered a diplomat.


Palestinian-Jordanian terrorist eliminated

3 murdered by Muslim terrorist in Samaria stabbing attack

Three Israelis were murdered on Friday evening in a stabbing attack in the Jewish community of Halamish in Samaria.

A Muslim terrorist infiltrated a home in the community, stabbing four people.

Three of the victims died of their wounds, while a fourth is in serious condition.

The Muslim terrorist murdered two men, aged approximately 40 and 60, a woman in her 40s, and a severely wounded another woman in her 60s.

The terrorist was shot, neutralized and evacuated to hospital.

According to preliminary investigations, the Muslim terrorist, 19-year-old Omar al-Abed, from the nearby Arab village of Kobar, entered the Jewish community at around 9:30pm, broke into the house and stabbed the four.

A neighbor of the family heard their screams, rushed to the scene and shot the terrorist, moderately wounding him.

IDF troops are conducting searches in and around the community and checking whether other terrorists were involved.




Attempted stabbing attack in Gush Etzion; Muslim terrorist eliminated

A Muslim terrorist attempted to stab an IDF female soldier Thursday afternoon near Tekoa in the Gush Etzion area, before being shot and eliminated by security forces at the scene. No other injuries were caused.

The attempted terror attack is the fourth attempted stabbing to have taken place in Judea and Samaria within a week and a half, putting an end to a comparative period of quiet.

Security forces urged residents of the Jewish community of Tekoa nearby to avoid the area in the next hour as they sealed it off to any traffic.

The Muslim terrorist was later identified as 20-year-old Mohammad Hussein al-Tanuh from Tuqu’.

Some 200 Muslims terrorists gathered at the scene of the attempted stabbing and began throwing stones at IDF forces. The troops responded with gas.

Israel has been on high alert for potential terror attacks in light of ongoing riots and protests against the decision to install metal detectors at the entrance to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem in response to a deadly terror attack last week.

Preparing for more eruptions of violence, the IDF said Thursday five battalions have been put on-call in Judea and Samaria and Jerusalem in case tensions heightened on the Temple Mount.


2 soldiers wounded, 1 Muslim terrorist eliminated in car-ramming attack near Hevron

Two IDF soldiers were lightly wounded in a vehicular attack Tuesday afternoon after a Muslim terrorist drove his car into them at the entrance of Beit Anun, an Arab village in Hevron north of Kiryat Arba.

Security forces at the scene from the Home Front Command immediately shot the terrorist dead after he managed to hit a female and male soldier.

After the attack, soldiers began searching the terrorist’s vehicle for weapons.

MDA and United Hatzalah emergency first responders were called to the scene to treated the injured soldiers. After receiving first aid, the two soldiers were evacuated to the hospital.




2 Policemen murdered in terror attack at Jerusalem’s Temple Mount

Two Israeli Druze policemen were murdered and a third was lightly wounded in a terror attack on Friday morning when three Muslim terrorists opened fire at Police forces at the Lions’ Gate in Jerusalem’s Old City.  The three terrorists were shot and eliminated by police.

The three terrorists arrived at the Temple Mount armed with two Carl Gustav rifles and a handgun. As they approached the Lions’ Gate, they noticed Israel Police officers and opened fired.

The Muslim terrorists then fled towards the mosques in the Temple Mount complex, with police in pursuit. They were shot and eliminated on the spot.

Two of the policemen, Ha’il Satawi and Kamil Shnaan, were taken to the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem’s Mount Scopus in critical condition, where they succumbed to their wounds. The third policeman, 39, was hurt from shrapnel and was taken to the Shaare Zedek Medical Center in the capital in light condition.


Ha’il Satawi, 30, from Maghar, was in the Border Police during his army service and in 2012 enlisted as a patrol officer at the Border Police’s Temple Mount Unit. He is survived by his wife, three-weeks-old son, parents and three siblings.


Kamil Shnaan, 22, from Hurfeish, started serving as a patrol officer in the same unit seven months ago. He was the son of former MK Shachiv Shnaan. He is survived by his parents, one brother and three sisters.


The three Muslim terrorists were identified as Israeli Arab citizens from the terror nest of Umm al-Fahm: Muhammad Ahmad Muhammad Jabarin, 29, Muhammad Hamed Abed al-Atif Jabarin, 19, and Muhammad Ahmad Mafdel Jabarin, 19. The terrorists have no previous history of security related offenses, according to the Shin Bet.


The Shin Bet and the Israel Police are investigating the terror attack and a gag order has been put on all details relating to the investigation.

Three hours before the attack, two of the terrorists posted a photo of theirs on Facebook with the Al-Aqsa Mosque in the background and wrote: “The smile will be more beautiful tomorrow.” An hour before the terror attack, one of them wrote: “Thank allah and enough.”

Following the terror attack, the Temple Mount complex was cleared of visitors and all of its entry gates were closed to allow security forces to search the site for additional weapons. The Jerusalem Police district commander announced Friday prayers will not be held on the Temple Mount.
Israeli security forces set up barricades to prevent entry to the Temple Mount and stopped several senior Muslim figures, including the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Muhammad Hussein, from entering the complex.
The mufti called on Muslims to arrive at the barricades and hold Friday prayers there. “There isn’t a force on earth that would prevent them from getting to al-Aqsa and holding Friday prayers,” he said.
Police detained for questioning guards of the Islamic Waqf, the Jordanian body in charge of the Temple Mount, who were at the complex during the attack. According to the Islamic Waqf Authority, police also confiscated the guards’ cellphones.
Police Commissioner Roni Alsheikh, who arrived at the site of the attack, was briefed by Jerusalem District Police Commander Yoram HaLevy on the initial findings of the investigation into the terror attack.
Following the attack, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman, Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan, IDF Chief of Staff Gadi Eisenkot, Shin Bet Director Nadav Argaman, Police Commissioner Roni Alsheikh and the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT) Yoav Mordechai.



The prime minister and the leadership of the defense establishment decided to keep the Temple Mount complex closed for the day, search the area to ensure there are no other weapons hidden there, and maintain the status quo.


“I want to send my deepest condolences to the families of the victims of the criminal terror attack today on the Temple Mount,” Netanyahu said in a statement.
“This is a sad day in which our Druze brothers are paying the heaviest price in our shared mission to defending the security of our country. I salute them and their heroism.”




2 Muslim terrorists eliminated after shooting, bomb attack during counter-terrorism operation

IDF troops came under attack at the Arab town of Jenin overnight Tuesday, with Muslim terrorists shooting and throwing dozens of explosives at them.

The troops from the Special Forces unit Maglan returned fire, eliminating two of the terrorists and wounding a third.

One of them, Saad Salah, 20, was eliminated instantly, while a second, Awss Salameh, 17, was seriously wounded and later succumbed at the hospital.

A third has been hit in the leg.

The IDF said none of the soldiers were hurt.

Israeli security forces—including IDF, Shin Bet, Border Police, and police forces—arrested 21 Muslim terrorists overnight in Judea and Samaria, who were wanted for involvement in terror and violent disorders directed against Israelis

The overnight attack in Jenin comes at the heels of a terror attack on Monday in Gush Etzion, when a Muslim terrorist rammed his car into a pillbox post near the Jewish community of Tekoa, where Artillery Corps soldiers were stationed, lightly wounding one of them. The terrorist then left his car brandishing a knife and tried to stab the soldiers. He was shot and eliminated.

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