12 November 2019


[Just a side note: My husband and I were on our porch and we saw the JETS (returning or heading) "in formation” fly over us – about 9, 4 on each side and one other – WOW, WOW!]
Islamic Jihad Terrorist Eliminated by Israel

Israel carried out a targeted assassination of Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza, Baha Abu Al Ata. At precisely the same time, multiple media outlets report that Israel killed a major Islamic Jihad terrorist in Syria. In retaliation, rockets are raining down into Israel.

Bennet on the Job [did you catch that quick 'chess piece move: Knight to King' = Liberman to Bennett. Liberman must be so jealous :-)]

JEWISH PRESS SAYS: Baha Abu al-Ata normally surrounds himself with children as human shields, making it difficult to target him. [but when the DM authorizes, it suddenly becomes possible]

pic capture haaretz

AMissile Slams into the Room: Details on terrorist elimination arutzsheva
Slain Islamic Jihad terrorist Baha Abu al-Ata surrounded himself with civilians - until he was eliminated at 4:00 a.m. arutzsheva

[let the terrorists know they are safe nowhere]

Israeli forces carried out a targeted operation eliminating Baha Abu al-Ata, a senior terrorist in the Islamic Jihad organization’s Gaza division. But who was Abu Al-Ata, and why was he singled out as a target for the Israeli strike? arutzsheva

LIVE BLOGGING –YeshivaWorldNews

The following is a live blog by the YWN Israel Desk in Jerusalem. Please refresh for new updates:

9:02AM: According to Syria’s state-run media, Israeli warplanes fired three missiles into a residential building near the Lebanese Embassy in Mezzah, in the Western district of Damascus. Two people were killed in the attack that left at least six others wounded.

In Israel, unconfirmed reports state senior Islamic Jihad official Jihad Akram Ajuri was the target. Government officials in Jerusalem remain silent regarding the attack.

In a move signaling that war is imminent chas v’sholom, Israel has ordered the closure of “all non-essential businesses” from Gaza up to Gush Dan. This includes Tel Aviv, Holon, Ramat Gan, Givatayim and Rishon L’Tzion. This means all businesses and schools up to 80 kilometers (48 miles) from the Gaza border are closed. Gatherings may not exceed 300 people in those areas as well.

This is the first time such an order has been given since Operation Protective Edge in the summer of 2014. It compels the closure of schools and workplaces not classified as essential in time of war.

Watch: Direct hit to house in Sderot
Additionally, 3 in Ashkelon injured from rocket attacks - 2 who suffered from shock, 1 injured while running to bomb shelter. arutzsheva


Syria says building attacked in Damascus, two killed
State media reports air defenses fire on ‘hostile targets’ after air assault on structure next to Lebanese embassy in capital. Syrian authorities said a building in the capital of Damascus was bombed early Tuesday in a deadly attack, as its air defenses fired at a “hostile target.” Syrian state media said at least two people were killed and six injured in the bombing of the building in the Mezzeh area of the capital. timesofisrael

1 comment:

Neshama said...

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