There's been another jihad in Tel Aviv
in the Dizengoff neighborhood:
Israeli Police on Saturday entered the family home of the 29-year-old Israeli Arab suspected of carrying out Friday's deadly shooting attack in Tel Aviv in a bid to gather more information on his whereabouts. During the raid of the apartment in the central Wadi Ara area police confiscated a computer and arrested his brother for questioning, Israeli news website Walla reported.
Security officials announced in the morning that they believe the assailant is still in the Tel Aviv area, Israel's Channel 2 reported. Police forces have been dispatched to search abandoned warehouses and construction sites.
Two people were killed and at least seven wounded Friday when a gunman opened fire with a semi-automatic rifle on a pub and nearby cafe in central Tel Aviv, but the motive behind the attack was not immediately clear. Two of the injured remain in intensive care at Tel Aviv's Ichilov hospital.
Anybody who thought Tel Aviv couldn't be hit by this kind of nightmare has been proven wrong. The problem is everywhere.
Labels: anti-semitism, islam, Israel, Israeli Arabs, jihad, terrorism, war on terror