Israel to Ease Gun Carrying Restrictions in Order to Protect Its Citizens

Yehuda Remer
Truth Revolt
11/18/2014

Israel’s Public Security Minister, Yitzhak Aharonovich is easing control on carrying weapons following the terrorist attack that left 4 dead.

“In the coming hours, I will ease restrictions on carrying weapons,” he said in remarks broadcast on IDF Radio.

He indicated that the new gun rules would apply to those with a license to carry a gun.

According to Israel National News, Aharonovich and Police Commissioner Yohanan Danino “vowed to defend Jerusalem” in any way possible.

“We will take all actions necessary,” Aharonovich said. “We’ll be in all the villages and we will do everything to provide security to residents. If we have to, we will add more security forces to the city.”

 

 

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Sen. Rand Paul Responds to Attacks in Israel

Nov 18, 2014

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Sen. Rand Paul today issued the following statement in response to the brutal attack that took place in a Jerusalem synagogue, resulting in the death of three Americans:

“I am deeply saddened and alarmed by the attacks that took place early this morning in Israel. These men of faith were cruelly murdered as they were worshiping in their synagogue in Har Nof. I vow to Stand with Israel and I will continue to do all I can to protect Americans at home and abroad. This is a horrific act of violence that should be universally condemned. We must demand that Palestinian leaders stop the incitement, which they have committed in word and in deed. My thoughts and prayers are with the people of Israel,” Sen. Paul said.

 

 
Jihad in Jerusalem

To understand why peace in Palestine is years if not decades away, consider the Palestinian celebrations after Tuesday’s murder in a Jerusalem synagogue of five Israelis, including three with joint U.S. citizenship. Two Palestinian cousins armed with meat cleavers and a gun attacked worshipers during morning prayers, and the response was jubilation in the streets.

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine claimed responsibility, while Hamas praised the murders as a “response to continued Israeli crimes.” The main obstacle to peace isn’t Jewish settlements in the multireligious city of Jerusalem. The barrier is the culture of hatred against Jews that is nurtured by Palestinian leaders…

 
H/T Michael Graham, “Obama says he wants “lower tension from both sides.” So if you’re an Israeli getting stabbed to death by a terrorist–try not to make him nervous.”
 

 
Update: CNN Misspells ‘Synagogue’ to ‘Mosque’ While Reporting Terrorist Attack (video)

…The terrorists attacked a synagogue — a Jewish house of worship — not a mosque, which is an Islamic house of worship. The Chryron’s grave error is repeated twice in the segment above.

Additionally, the Chyron says: “Police: Four Israelies, 2 Palestinians killed in attack.” That implies that there are six victims and religion must not have played any role, since two of the victims are Palestinians and presumably Muslims.

But the two Palestinians who were killed were the perpetrators. The Palestinians killed the victims because the victims were Jews. Israeli police then killed the two terrorists before the terrorists could kill even more Jews.

 

 
Update 2: Jerusalem synagogue attack: Benjamin Netanyahu promises heavy response after axe-wielding Palestinians kill four rabbis

Photo: The bodies of Aryeh Kopinsky (C), Calman Levine (L) and Avraham Shmuel Goldberg lie in vehicles during their funeral. (Reuters: Baz Ratner)

Photo: The bodies of Aryeh Kopinsky (C), Calman Levine (L) and Avraham Shmuel Goldberg lie in vehicles during their funeral. (Reuters: Baz Ratner)

 
H/T Michael Yon
 

 

Obama Responds to Jerusalem Synagogue Slaughter ‘Too Many Palestinians Have Died’ (video)

…“At this difficult time,” the President told reports, “I think it’s important for both Palestinians and Israelis to try to work together to lower tensions and reject violence.”…

 

 

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