Terrorism

Terrorist tries to stab Border Guards near Abu Dis; is neutralized

A terrorist approached a checkpoint near Abu Dis and tried to stab the Border Guarders; they opened fire and neutralized him.

Suspected weapon of choice. (Photo: Israel Police Spokesperson)

This morning (Sunday), a terrorist approached the "Kiosk" checkpoint near Abu Dis, brandishing a weapon and trying to stab the officers there. They opened fire and neutralized the terrorist.

The Police reported that the terrorist not only took out a sharp object but also cried "Allahu Akbar." Border Guards on site fired upon and neutralized the terrorist.

Israeli forces suffered no casualties.

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