Another attack in Jerusalem

Posted: March 6, 2009 by Jonathan Boyko in Israel, Palestinians
Attacking bulldozer in Jerusalem

Attacking bulldozer in Jerusalem

While we have yesterday seen that in East Jerusalem, many Palestinian Arabs are hurrying to get Israeli IDs for the sake of benefits, some of them, apparently, prefer to leave their families homeless:

Two police officers were lightly wounded in Jerusalem Thursday afternoon when an Arab bulldozer driver overturned their police car and rammed it into a bus, before being shot by police and a taxi driver. He later died of his wounds.

The attack occurred around 1 P.M. near the Malha shopping mall, on Menachem Begin Boulevard in southern Jerusalem.

Police said that a copy of the Koran had been found in the bulldozer after the attack, and that the driver had not been carrying any identification.

Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat called for the demolition of Radaydeh’s home ¬ a tactic that has drawn international criticism. He said home demolitions are needed to deter others from attacking.

“It was simply an attack meant to murder innocent people,” Barkat said.

It comes as no surprise, though, that Hamas praised the genocidal maniac:

Hamas on Thursday praised a bulldozer attack in Jerusalem earlier in the day, calling it the “natural response” to Israel’s demolition of Palestinian homes in Arab East Jerusalem and to Israel’s military operations in the Gaza Strip.

“The operation in Jerusalem was a natural response to aggression against our people. The Zionist enemy should realize that they alone bear the responsibility for displacing our people in Jerusalem and for the killings in Gaza and the West Bank,” said Mushir al-Masri, a senior Hamas official.

Hamas doesn’t care if man’s family will be homeless now. No, they’re happy the man fought the occupation.

In the meanwhile, man’s family says he held no extremist views and that the attack was just an accidents. Just as it was with previous attacks, right?

Thursday evening, security forces detained some of the terrorist’s family members and took them in for questioning. His relatives told Ynet that they believe the event was an accident. According to a family member, Radeideh was “a normal person who did not hold extremist views” and thus his relatives do not believe he intended to carry out a terror attack.


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