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BREAKING: After Massive TERROR ATTACK In Israel, Netanyahu Makes BIG Announcement


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated that the perpetrator of Sunday’s deadly truck-ramming attack that killed four IDF soldiers and wounded several others in Jerusalem was likely a supporter of the terrorist organization Islamic State.

Speaking at the scene of the slaughter, Netanyahu added there “definitely could be a connection” between Sunday’s horrific attack and similar ISIS truck attacks that took place in France and Germany in recent months.

“We know the identity of the attacker, and according to all the signs, he is a supporter of Islamic State,” Netanyahu said.

“We are fighting this plague, and will defeat it. We are taking other actions that I will not detail here.”

Among the fatalities were three female soldiers and one male soldier all in their 20s. The terrorist was shot dead by security personnel at the scene. Thirteen others were wounded in the attack.

The Security Cabinet, meeting in the wake of Sunday’s attack in Jerusalem, decided to approve administrative detention for people identifying with Islamic State, Jerusalem Post reports.

Here is video. WARNING– Graphic.


The security cabinet also decided to destroy the home of the terrorist as soon as possible, reject family-reunification requests his family had filed for relatives in Gaza and the West Bank, and not to hand over the terrorist’s body to his family for burial.

During the meeting Netanyahu also directed the security forces to investigate reports that some people at the scene of the attack had praised it, and that if that indeed was the case, to bring them to court.

The terrorist, identified as Fadi al-Qanbar, came from the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Jebl Mukaber. Netanyahu announced that Jebl Mukaber has been cordoned off in light off the attack.”

Also at the briefing, Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman charged that the truck-ramming attack was not fueled by the issue of Israeli settlements, rather by the mere fact that “we are Jews and we live here in Israel.”

“There was no other reason and no need to look for an excuse – not Jewish settlements and negotiations but an attack inspired by ISIS,” he said while visiting the scene of the attack that killed four IDF soldiers and wounded more than a dozen others.

“We will fight this terrorism with all tools at our disposal and I’m sure that will win,” he stressed.

A very tragic day in Jerusalem.

Our hearts and prayers go out to all those involved.

God Bless.

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