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October 6, 2013 12:46 pm

9-Year-Old Psagot Terror Victim Startled Shooter Who Entered Her Home

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Shaare Zedek Hospital, in Jerusalem.

Shaare Zedek Hospital, in Jerusalem.

Noam Glick, the nine year old terror victim from Psagot, said she saw a masked gunman enter her home, when she startled him and he fired a gun, seriously wounding her, according to an interview with her father, Israel Glick, on Israel’s Channel 2.

Speaking on “Good Morning Israel” on IDF Radio, Glick said, for his daughter, the home invasion that occurred on Saturday night, was “The scariest thing that can happen to a family – a terrorist entered her house.”

After startling the intruder and being shot, the nine-year-old told the rescue forces, “I saw someone shoot me, someone with a gun he had something covering his face.”

She was rushed to Shaare Zedek Hospital, in Jerusalem, where her wounds were operated on and she was recovering on Sunday, in stable condition.

On Sunday, the IDF found a hole in the fence of the West Bank settlement of Psagot which they believe was used as an escape route for the assailant involved in the suspected terror attack, an IDF spokesperson confirmed for The Jerusalem Post.

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  • lawrence Kulak

    why don’t they electrify the fences at night and then leave some hashish on the other side? Ah, to fry a terrorist. too just for israelis to consider.

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