Checking the scene where the terrorist act occured
An Israeli woman was stabbed in the back while she was waiting for a bus at the Gush Etzion junction in the disputed territories. The terrorist perp jumped out of a taxi and stabbed the woman in the back. Such are the actions of some Arabs who have reduced themselves to being little more than animals.
Read the Al-Reuters article to see how the journalist spins the words of the Israeli police, of which it’s certain that they would never use the word “militant”, in place of “terrorist”, seeing that they have no problem labeling a Jew who commits an act of terror as a terrorist.
But that’s why Al-Reuters is called “Al-Reuters” (as well as the other wire services) by the Tundra Tabloids, due to its outrageously biased and factually challenged reporting. They’re a joke. They can’t even define Judea and Samaria as the disputed territories, choosing instead the highly factually challenged term of “occupied”
They and the other wire services like them, are responsible for spreading much of the vile reporting done on the Arabs’ conflict with the Jewish state. Read then the following article by the J’lem Post to see how proper journalism treats the same story. KGS
NOTE: The Al-Reuter report is what passes for normal in that organization. Also, if anyone reading this post is in disagreement with the TT’s use of the correct term “disputed territories” in place of the”occupied territories”, feel free to leave a comment, and be prepared to explain exactly why you disagree accompanied with the facts. The TT will publish the exchange here on the front page of this blog.
JERUSALEM (AL-Reuters) – A Jewish settler woman was stabbed and wounded on a roadside in the occupied West Bank in what Israeli police said on Sunday was an attack by a Palestinian militant. There were no immediate claims of responsibility for the assault late on Saturday night near the city of Bethlehem and a settlement bloc known as Gush Etzion, which occurred after a mosque was vandalized elsewhere in the West Bank. “A 20-year-old woman was approached and stabbed in the back,” police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said, adding that the suspected perpetrator, a Palestinian, had not been apprehended.
Now what really happened:
A 22-year-old Israeli woman was lightly-moderately wounded overnight Saturday when a Palestinian terrorist alighted from a taxi and stabbed her in the back at a bus stop at the Gush Etzion junction. Another man standing at the bus stop was unharmed. The woman was evacuated to Jerusalem’s Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital fully conscious with multiple stab wounds to her lower back. Security forces set up roadblocks and scoured the area the perpetrator, who was seen fleeing the scene on foot. Meanwhile, two Kassam rockets were fired at Israel by Gaza terrorists. One of the rockets hit an open area in the western Negev, while the other landed on the Palestinian side of the security fence. No one was wounded and no damage was reported.