A Jewish police officer has been stabbed to death in a coordinated attack by three “Palestinian” terrorists at two locations just outside Jerusalem’s Old City.
“Palestinian” is the Islamic marketing term for Islamic Jew-hatred — a central tenet of Islam. Which is why the Islamic State is fighting the jihad against the Jews.
Two of the jihadis were shot dead after opening fire at and trying to stab a group of Israeli police officers on Friday night, police said. At the other location, a jihadi fatally stabbed a policewoman before being shot dead by police.
Look how the Jew-haters over at the BBC are reporting it.
ISIS Claims First Coordinated Attack In Jerusalem With One Police Officer Dead
Jonah Bennett, Daily Caller, on June 16, 2017
The Islamic State has launched its first attack in Jerusalem, with the claim of responsibility almost immediately following an attack that left one Israeli police officer dead.A coordinated shooting and stabbing attack near Jerusalem’s Old City on Friday evening resulted in the death of Border Police officer Hadas Malka, who was just 23.
Three Palestinians carried out the attack.
Malka was in formation with other officers when two Palestinians, one with a knife and the other with a sub-machine gun, attacked a different group of officers. The two men were repelled, shot, and killed. But as Malka rushed to the scene where the officers had been targeted, a third Palestinian moved forward and stabbed her. The third terrorist’s gun jammed. Police quickly took him out and then rushed Malka to the hospital for surgery.
Malka later died.
In total, four others were injured in the ISIS attacks.
Israeli security service Shin Bet listed the three attackers as Adel Ankush, Bra’a Salah and Asama Ahmed. All three had previously been involved in terror activities and all of them hailed from the West Bank.
Muslims are now marking the end of the third Friday of Ramadan, a month of fasting. During this time, Muslims traveling from Palestine to Jerusalem face far fewer security restrictions.
Jerusalem District’s Police Commander Yoram Halevy noted that more than 180,000 people had entered Jerusalem for Ramadan prayers.
No specific alerts led the police to believe an attack would occur, Halevy said.
“However we know what Jerusalem is. We are in the Ramadan period and we do not act according to alerts, we are on one big alert all the time,” he added.