The Attacks on Israelis You Won’t Read About Anywhere Else, May 25-28
Using resources from across Israel, The Algemeiner will begin publishing attacks on Israeli civilians and military personnel, which occur on a daily basis, but are unreported in the United States and abroad. This report was compiled with the assistance of Yehudit Tayar, who sits on the Board of Directors for Hatzalah Yehudah and Shomron, a voluntary emergency medical organization with over 500 volunteer doctors, paramedics, and medics who are on call 24/7 to assist Arabs and Israelis in need of urgent medical care.
May 28, 2012
1. An Arab man breaks into the community of Kochav Yaakov as Shvauot begins, placing residents on high alert until it’s verified that the intruder left.
2. Rock attacks on an Israeli bus take place near Bet Umar on the Gush Etzion-Hebron Highway.
3. At the Israeli-Egyptian border, IDF personnel find and arrest 10 illegal Chinese accompanied by 4 armed smugglers. 3 of the illegals were injured during the arrest.
4. Southwest of Shechem, a molotov cocktail is thrown on an IDF post at Tel Aras.
May 27, 2012
1. An Arab man is caught with a knife next to the Cave of the Patriarchs and following questioning, admits that he planned to stab an Israeli soldier.
2. Arabs start a fire in fields near the community of Yitzhar in the Shomron. Fire fighters fought the blazes for over two hours during which the IDF and immediate response team of Yitzhar were attacked by Arab terrorists. One of the terrorists who brandished a knife was shot and injured seriously when he attacked security forces.
3. 2 molotov cocktails are thrown at security forces near Shoafat.
4. 5 molotov cocktails are thrown at a border police patrol near Modi’in.
4. Caught with 3 molotov cocktails and 3 explosive devices in his bag, an Arab man is detained by security forces.
5. An Israeli bus is attacked with rocks near Chawara, south of Shechem.
May 25, 2012
1. Arab terrorists throw rocks from a passing vehicle towards an Israeli vehicle near Ophra in the Benjamin Region.