Un terroriste a poignardé deux femmes âgées de plus de 80 ans dans le quartier Armon Hanatziv de Jérusalem mardi matin. Le Magen David Adom a traité les victimes et les a évacué à l’hôpital Sha’arei Tzedek. Elles sont toutes les deux blessées au dos et aux bras dans un état modéré.

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L’attentat est survenu alors que cinq personnes âgées marchaient sur la Promenade Haas. Deux terroristes aux  visages couverts ont attaqué le groupe et poignardé les deux femmes avant de s’enfuir.

 

Les forces de sécurité ont mis en place des barrages routiers et sont à la recherche des terroristes.

par Jeremy Gozlan 

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  1. Former commander on Protective Edge report: ‘spineless leadership’ only plans ‘according to length of its term in office.’

    In response to the revelations of the leaked state comptroller’s report on 2014 Operation Protective Edge, former IDF Southern Commander Maj. Gen. (res.) Yom-Tov Samia criticized the state for having no strategy vis-a-vis Hamas in Gaza.

    The as-yet-unpublished report strongly condemns Prime Minister binyamin nietanyaihu, Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon (Likud), and then-IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz for their handling of the operation. Parts of the report that have been leaked point to misinformation, mistaken appraisals of the danger of the terror tunnels, and not fully sharing information with the Cabinet.

    “The state of Israel has no serious, deep and long-term strategy,” appraised Samia in an interview with Walla! News on Sunday.

    “There is no leadership with a backbone that is capable of making the other side understand we have a strategy. The entire nation of Israel sees there are no long-term plans, everything is according to the length of the term of the government or minister.”

    According to Samia, whose post as Southern Commander had him tasked with operations in Gaza, not only does the state lack an overarching strategy but it also had no specific strategy in the 2014 operation.

    “The army receives the goals of the operation from the political echelon,” he explained. “Generally, when there is no strategy, the goals of the operation are very vague and cannot be quantified or checked. In Protective Edge there were cloudy and unclear operational goals.”

    Referencing previous wars launched by Hamas, he said, “it was completely clear from the start of the operation that its end would be like Cast Lead and Pillar of Defense, and the test was how long the ceasefire that would be obtained would last until ‘Protective Edge 2.’”

    Samia assessed that the entire operation could have been avoided if Israel had dealt with the threat of Hamas’s terror tunnels breaching under the security border earlier, and indeed major tunnels were exposed as early as half-a-year before the operation.

    The former commander noted how during the operation TV footage showed how the IDF pushed to deal with the tunnels using various technologies and vehicles, and their efforts showed results as 34 terror tunnels were destroyed in the operation.

    “I ask the decision makers: why didn’t that take place two years ago? Why weren’t all those vehicles dispatched on the ground in April 2014? They knew about all the tunnels then, because everything was published in the media,” he noted.

    “If those vehicles had been brought there earlier and the treatment of the tunnels had been preventative, ongoing and aggressive, Protective Edge might have been avoided or else we would have (at least) come to it prepared.”

    Hamas used its extensive terror tunnel system during the war to lethal effect, surprising the troops and inflicting significant casualties.

    Earlier on Sunday, Samia spoke to Army Radio where he condemned the “festival” of honorary citations handed out after the operation.

    “Seventy-two honorary citations is a scandal in my eyes. I have a feeling that the way Protective Edge was summarized, the manner of the investigations, the citations, all came to cover up something,” he said.

    He added that he was not surprised by the comptroller’s report, saying, “as serious as it (the report) may be, I’m not sure that it will be serious enough and that it overlooked more serious crime by netaniyaihu gang in power.”

    Sources close to Netanyahu and Ya’alon have already rejected the report “out of hand,” saying, “this is a report which is not serious and was authored by a comptroller who is not serious.”

    • ESTHER VOUS VOUS TROMPEZ DE SUJET ET CE QUE VOUS DITES SEMBLE PEU FIABLE ET PAS CREDIBLE
      NOUS PARLONS ICI DE 2 VIEILLES DAMES BLESSES PAR DES ARABES COLONS QUI TUENT AUSSI DES ENFANTS
      JUSQU’ A QUAND ISRAEL VA LAISSER FAIRE,

      • but..it’s about spineless leader and senseless army generals that do nothing to protect the population they have duty to protect like any democracy that exists in the world

  2. des nazis voila ce que sont les colons arabes : ils tuent les enfants et les vieilles femmes : ce sont des animaux sanguinaires qui ne sont pas dignes de vivre dans ce monde
    C’est un crime de l’humanité qui mérite un tribunal international choisi par Israël pour juger de l’ensemble des arabes colons terroristes installés dans la JUDEE SAMARIE BERCEAU DU PEUPLE JUIF

  3. SES LACHES RESTERONS DES FANATIQUES ET TANT QUE LE GOUVERNEMENT ISRAELIEN NE CHANGERA PAS SES LOI DE GAUCHISTES PRO PALESTINENS SA CONTINURA MALEURESEMENT
    HAGUE SAMEAH

  4. For half a billion of « enslaved » Muslim women, it should be a piece of cake to get rid of these hyper-androgenique, brainless and coward Muslim men.
    They use the words of Mohammed to control the women. Shameful.

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