Tag: Nashat Melhem

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Jerusalem Arabs ‘Planned Islamic State-Inspired Attack’

JERUSALEM – Two Arab residents of eastern Jerusalem were charged on Monday with planning an attack on security forces in the city under the banner of the Islamic State. The Jerusalem State Attorney’s Office filed the indictment against Mu’asab Alian, 23, and Samir Abd Rabo, 38, who face charges including, conspiracy to aid an enemy in time of war, membership in a terrorist organization and contact with a foreign agent.

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Tel Aviv Terrorist Planned More Attacks, Says Accomplice

Ynetnews reports: Nashat Melhem (pictured), the terrorist who killed three people in Tel Aviv on January 1, told one of the three people suspected of aiding him that he had planned a second attack, it was revealed Wednesday. “I’ve murdered

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Security Forces Conduct Raids in Terrorist’s Neighborhood

Ynetnews.com reports:  Large numbers of police and security forces on Sunday blocked off the ldharat neighborhood in Arara, where terrorist Nashat Melhem hid from authorities and was ultimately captured and killed. A police helicopter was on the scene and at

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Arab-Israeli Offers Money for Information on Dizengoff Shooter

A cash reward for information that could lead to the capture of Nashat Melhem, the suspect in Friday’s deadly shooting attack in Tel Aviv, was offered on Tuesday by Mazen Qaq, the head of the merchants’ committee in Jerusalem’s Old City.

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Tel Aviv Terror Suspect Pursuit Enters Fourth Day

Residents of Tel Aviv’s northern Ramat Aviv neighborhood awoke Monday to another day of intense security and police patrols. It was the fourth consecutive day that law enforcement personnel were out in full force to search for Nashat Melhem (pictured),

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Tel Aviv Shooting: Schools to Reopen Under Heavy Security

The Israel Police and the Shin Bet continued their unprecedented search for Nashat Melhem, 29, the suspect in Friday’s shooting in Tel Aviv that claimed the lives of two Israelis and wounded several others. Tel Aviv’s schools will open under