Friday, March 7, 2008

May G-d Avenge Their Blood from Vos Iz Neias

A Palestinian terrorist entered the Mercaz Harav Yeshiva in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Kiryat Moshe and opened fire at the students inside.

Magen David Adom has confirmed casualties but the number of wounded was unknown. MDA described the incident as a "multi-casualty incident." Police were closing off the area.

VIN News confirmed that a total of 8 from the yeshiva that were killed, 10 injured 5 of them critical, Evacuating orders were issued as an unconfirmed explosive belt is still on the scene, the one terrorist was killed by one of the students.

The terrorist was hidden in the yeshiva library for hours before the attack.

According to sources the terrorist was an Israeli Arab citizen dressed in jeans and a sweater and the yeshiva is vigorously denying reports that he has previously been employed as a driver for the yeshiva. the organization that claimed responsibility, warned this is only the first of attacks that they plan to carry out.

Sources tell VIN News that there were no security guards on duty at this yeshiva.

Israels police are on high alert for the entire state.

U/D 6:00 PM
Bush said in a statement released at the White House after the president spoke with Olmert on the phone. "This barbaric and vicious attack on innocent civilians deserves the condemnation of every nation." posted by Shlomah Shamos @ 3/07/2008 09:29:00 AM
rael - The eight Jewish Kedoshim students who were slaughtered Thursday night reported here in a terror attack on the Merkaz HaRav Kook Yeshiva are:

ברוך דיין האמת
יום חושך וצער גדול בעם ישראל

Doron Mehereta, 26, of Ashdod
Ro'i Rote, 18, of Elkanah in Samaria (Shomron)
Yonadav Haim Hirschfeld, 19, of Kokhav HaShachar (Shomron)
Yochai Lipshitz, 18, of the Old City of Jerusalem
Yonatan Yitzchak Eldar, 16, of Shilo (Shomron)
Neriah Cohen, 15, of Jerusalem
Segev Pniel Avichayil, 15, of N'vei Daniel in Gush Etzion
Avraham David Moses, 16, of Efrat, Gush Etzion

No words can adequately describe the pain and suffering of Klal Yisreol

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