Ari Fuld

September 16, 2018: Ari Fuld, 40, died of wounds sustained earlier the same day when he was stabbed at the entrance of a mall near Gush Etzion colony, in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.

Ari died from serious wounds to his upper body at Shaare Zedek Medical Center, in occupied Jerusalem.

He was a paramilitary militia member from Efrat illegal colony, near Bethlehem, in the occupied West Bank. He had traveled to Israel from the U.S. in order to join the paramilitary colony several years prior.

The Palestinian,who reportedly stabbed and wounded the settler has been identified as Khalil Jabarin, 17, from Yatta town, south of Hebron. The Israeli National News, Arutz Sheva, said the wounded settler shot the Palestinian, who was also shot by a security guard and another settler.

Israeli daily Haaretz said that, according to a source close to Jabarin’s family, the teen told his parents about his intention to carry out an attack in the Ibrahimi Mosque area in Hebron city.

Haaretz added that the “family informed the security forces, but they were unable to find him in that area.”

Israeli Ynet News quoted Dr. Alon Schwartz, the head of Shaare Zedek Trauma Units, stating that the man “arrived at the hospital with a stab wound in his chest on the right side of his back, without a pulse.”The right-wing Israeli National News Agency quoted Lior Shurka, a friend of Ari, telling Tazpit Press Serve, an international Israeli news agency, that Ari “was active in explaining and defending Israel’s name,” adding that he was close to launching a Hasbara website in English, “defending Israel’s reputation.”

Shurka added that resuscitation efforts were carried out for fifty minutes, but the man died from his severe wounds, and his family was informed.

On Saturday, September 15, 2018, a Palestinian child, Soheib Abdul-Salam Abu Kashef, 16, died from serious wounds he suffered of August 3rd after Israeli soldiers shot him in Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.

On the day of his serious injury, the Health Ministry said the soldiers engaged in the excessive use of force against the nonviolent “Great Return March” in Gaza, on its nineteenth consecutive week, killing a young man, identified as Ahmad Yahia Atallah Yaghi, 25, and wounding 220 Palestinians, including 90 who were shot with live fire.

On Friday, September 14, 2018, the Israeli army killed three civilians, including a child, and Injured 148, Including 19 children, five women and five paramedics, the Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR) has reported.

On the morning after the stabbing took place, dozens of Israeli soldiers invaded the home of Khalil Yousef al-Jabarin, the Palestinian who allegedly carried out the stabbing, and took measurements of the property in preparation for demolishing it, Maan News Agency has reported.

Maan stated that the soldiers surrounded and invaded Yatta town, south of Hebron, before storming the family home of the seventeen year old, and ransacking the property, causing excessive damage.

The soldiers, from the Combat Engineering Corps, took measurements of the property to prepare for demolishing it, as part of Israel’s illegal collective punishment policies targeting families of Palestinians who carried out, or are accused of carrying out attacks, against Israelis.

Ari was from Efrat settlement, located on illegally-seized Palestinian land near Bethlehem, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip. Source: IMEMC

Reuven Birmajer


December 23, 2015:
Rabbi Reuven Birmajer, 45, died killed by a Palestinian who stabbed him near Jaffa Gate in Jerusalem. Another Israeli, identified as Ofer Ben-Ari, 46, was accidentally shot by the Israeli police as he tried to take down two Palestinian attackers. A third Israeli was seriously injured. Police officers opened fire on the two Palestinian attackers, Issa Assaf and Anan Abu Habasheh, and killed them. Reuven was from Kiryat Yaarim in Jerusalem. Source: Haaretz

Ziv Mizrahi


November 23, 2015: Ziv Mizraci, 18, was killed by a Palestinain in a stabbing attack at a gas station near Modi’in settlement near Ramallah in the West Bank. Ziv was an Israeli soldier. Two Israeli women, one of them also a soldier, were mildly injured. The Israeli army killed the Palestinian stabber, identified as Ahmad Jamal Taha. Ziv was from Givat Ze’ev in Jerusalem. Source: Haaretz

Aharon Yesiab


November 19, 2015: Aharon Yesiab, 32, was stabbed by a Palestinian man. Reuven Aviram, 51, was also killed as a result of the attack. Israeli sources said a Palestinian stabbed the two in an office building of a synagogue. The Israeli police said the attacker was caught by onlookers who then handed him to the authorities. Aharon was from Ramla. Source: Israel Hayom

Netanel Litman

Times Of Israel
Times Of Israel

November 13, 2015:
Netanel Litman, 18, was killed along with his father Rabbi Yaakov Netanel, 40, when a Palestinian gunman opened fire at their car, near their settlement, in the southern part of the West Bank. The father and brother of the Palestinian handed him to the Shin Bet Israeli Security Agency, as reported by Israeli Channel 2. Netanel was from Otniel Israeli settlement in the West Bank. Source: Times Of Israel

Yaakov Litman


November 13, 2015: Rabbi Yaakov Litman, 40, was killed along with his son Netanel, 18, by a Palestinian gunman who opened fire on their car near their settlement of Otniel in the West Bank. The father and brother of the Palestinian who killed them handed him over to the Shin Bet Israeli Security Agency, as reported by Israeli Channel 2. Hasan was from Halhoul town, near the southern West Bank city of Hebron. Source: Times Of Israel