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Monday, December 03, 2007

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Palestinian police behind last week's terror attack
Yaakov Katz , THE JERUSALEM POST Dec. 2, 2007

Palestinian policemen were behind the shooting attack last week which killed Ido Zoldan, a 29-year-old father of two from the settlement of Shavei Shomron, the IDF and Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) revealed Sunday night.

Zoldan was killed last Monday night - the day before the Annapolis summit began - when shots were fired at his car as he drove past the Palestinian village of al-Punduk.

The three members of the cell were Palestinian policemen and members of the Palestinian National Security Force, in which Israel and the United States have been investing as part of the international effort to strengthen Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and his Fatah government.

Defense officials said the weapon used in the attack had not been supplied to the Palestinians by Israel since it did not belong to the official Palestinian security forces. The officials said, however, that the IDF expected the political echelon to rethink its policy of strengthening Abbas in light of the fact that his policemen were involved in terrorism.

The day after the attack, acting on intelligence, IDF soldiers and Shin Bet operatives raided the village of Kfar Kadum, near al-Pundak and arrested Daper Barham and Abdullah Barahm, both 22-year-old Palestinian policemen and Fatah members. The third suspect, Fadi Jama, also a policeman, was in Palestinian Police custody.

During their interrogation, the two confessed their involvement in the attack and handed over the weapon used in the shooting to the Shin Bet. They said they had parked their car on the side of the road and waited for an Israeli car to pass by. Once Zoldan's car appeared, they merged onto the road, passed him, and opened fire. They told their interrogators that they decided to carry out the attack to "scare settlers."

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12 Comments:

At 5:15 PM, Blogger Michael said...

Yup, sure sounds like they're living up to their end of that "root out terrorists" agreement.

Why don't we just have Israel give them more land, more money, and maybe a nice big pat on the back for these brave pali cops who could shoot an unsuspecting guy in a car.

 
At 6:09 PM, Blogger Chai18 said...

i dont get why people just accept that there will be no peace until the arabs change, which is why you can gather as many heads of state in Annapolis as you want but nothing is going to happen. Annapolis was a photo-op nothing real will come of it besides for rhetoric

 
At 2:10 AM, Blogger Yehudi01 said...

Well, that's not exactly true, chai18. It was a great opportunity for the United States to sell out it's longtime friend and ally. It was also a terrific opportunity for Olmert to show that he really has no concern for Eretz Yisrael, but would rather be a participant in HaShoah #2 the next time around. He should be hung.

 
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At 8:27 PM, Blogger Chai18 said...

We are organizing a major fundraising campain for the victims of the terrorist attack at Merkaz Harav. We will be fundraising to publish a book in their memory which will compile articles written by different prominent rabbis on the subject of Unity.


We had many ideas for fundraisers, and none were perfect. This one is not perfect either. Still, we opted for this one since:
1. It will be a lasting memorial for those killed, not something which goes away after a while.
2. It will bring a lot of merit to their souls whenever people read words of Torah from these books.
3. It is something everyone can unite towards.

Ideologically, it also seems like an appropriate response – fighting darkness with light.

Our website is set up at http://www.merkazmemorial.com

Please visit it and make generous contributions. Also, please let everyone know about this project by emailing them yourself or telling them in person!

This is important!
--
http://www.tzipiyah.com
http://www.merkazmemorial.com

 
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