Terrorists Open Fire on Police in Jerusalem | IFCJ
Skip Navigation

Terrorists Open Fire on Police in Jerusalem

Medics and security at the scene of a terror attack in Jerusalem (Photo: flickr/israel-mfa)

While we told you that two terror attacks were thwarted earlier today, two more have just left Israelis wounded. In Jerusalem, Arutz Sheva's Ari Soffer reports, at least one police officer was wounded when gunmen opened fire on a police car in the Old City:

At least one Israeli has been seriously wounded after gunmen opened fire on a police car traveling along Jerusalem's Salah a-Din street.

It is the second possible terrorist attack in the space of one hour Tuesday, after a 40-year-old Jewish man was stabbed by a Palestinian Arab attacker in Petah Tikvah, in what police say was likely a nationalistically-motivated attack.

Please pray for the recovery of those wounded. We will update you with information as we learn more.

Tags: Terrorism

Previous Post

Next Post

Passover a Sacred Time to Save Lives

Help the Unseen

You can heed the biblical mandate “not to turn away from your own flesh and blood” (Isaiah 58:7) and provide a needy elderly Jew, like Olga, with food, heating fuel, warm clothes, and blankets this winter. Every day is important as the harsh cold winds descend upon the former Soviet Union. Please prayerfully consider giving your best and most generous gift to The Fellowship today for this lifesaving work.

Donate Now
Landscape photo of Jerusalem with the Dome of the Rock in the foreground.

Visit Israel

Here you’ll find an array of useful information on accommodations, transportation, exchanging currency, Israel's climate and customs, and much more. So get the most out of your trip to Israel with the help of The Fellowship.

Read More

About The Fellowship (IFCJ)

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) funds humanitarian aid to the needy in Israel and in Jewish communities around the world, promotes prayer and advocacy on behalf of the Jewish state, and provides resources that help build bridges of understanding between Christians and Jews.

Read More