Breaking: Lockdown On Israel’s Temple Mount After Terrorist Attack Kills Two Cops

Published on July 14, 2017

Terrorists took a selfie before opening fire on Temple Mount.

And Hamas PRAISED the attack.

A terrorist attack on Israel’s holy site has left two cops (and the three terrorists who killed them) shot dead.

According to the Shin Bet, all three of the shooters were named Muhammad Jabarin. Muhammad Ahmed Muhammad Jabarin was 29 years old, while Muhammad Hamad Abdel Latif Jabarin and Muhammad Ahmed Mafdal Jabarin were both 19. –Read More

The attack on one of Israel’s chief holy sites took place at 7 am.

They had the gall to take a selfie before launching their ambush. Notice the smirk.

Footage of one terrorist’s last stand.

And here is cell phone footage of the gun battle itself.

Palestinian terror groups praised the deadly shooting attack at Jerusalem’s Temple Mount on Friday, while Palestinian social media was rife with accolades for the killers.

Two Israeli police officers were killed and a third was wounded in the shooting attack, carried out by three Arab Israelis, just outside the Temple Mount complex in Jerusalem’s Old City. According to police, the attackers came from the Temple Mount shortly after 7:00 in the morning. They walked toward the Lions Gate exit, then opened fire at the Israelis.

After the shooting, the terrorists fled toward the Temple Mount and police gave chase. The officers then opened fire, shooting the terrorists dead inside the complex. -Read More

Police said that three armed assailants arrived at one of the gates to the Temple Mount when they noticed policemen present. They shot at them and escaped in the direction of the mosques on Temple Mount. They were pursued and shot and killed by policemen, police said, adding that two rifles and a pistol were found on their bodies. -Read more

We will point out that Hamas — the group Pro-Palestinian/Anti-Israel groups cheer — has released this statement in response to the murders:

Sami Abu Zouhri, a senior spokesman for the Hamas terror group, said in a statement on Twitter that “the Jerusalem operation is a natural response to Israeli terrorism and the desecration of the Al-Aqsa Mosque,” and insisted that it proves “that the intifada continues and our people are united behind the resistance.”

The Islamic Jihad terror group also praised the “heroic attack.” –Read More

These are the people with whom we’re supposed to have honest discourse in determining the future of Israel. (And the people reporting that ‘honest discourse’ are no better.)

Here’s an image to put that ‘honest discourse’ in context.

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