From Elsewhere: It is not just British troops who the Muslim savages are murdering
From the Jerusalem Post
“A Palestinian teen stabbed an IDF soldier to death Wednesday morning inside a bus at the Afula bus station.
The soldier was named as 19-year-old Private Eden Atias, a resident of Nazareth Illit who had enlisted in the army a few weeks prior to the attack. He was reportedly on his way back to his base when he was murdered.
National Police Spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said the soldier was critically wounded at the scene and taken to the Valley Regional Hospital in Afula, where he died shortly thereafter.
Rosenfeld added that the attack is being treated as ideologically-motivated, as the man told investigators that he stabbed the soldiers because he has relatives in prison in Israel.
Magen David Adom paramedics said that at 8:38 am they received a call that a young man had been stabbed inside a bus at the Afula bus station. When they arrived they said they found the victim, “an 18-year-old youth with stab wounds across his body” in critical condition.
MDA quoted paramedic Hadar Bachar as saying that when they arrived at the scene they found the victim sitting in a seat near the back door of the bus, with wounds across his body in great pain. He was then taken to the Valley Hospital, where later police announced he had died.
The attacker is a 16-year-old Palestinian teen from the Jenin area, according to security services.
Atias was to be laid to rest on Wednesday at 11 pm in the military cemetery in Upper Nazareth, the IDF spokesperson said. “
It is clear to see from this case and the Fort Hood massacre that it is not just on British streets that soldiers are at risk from Islamic savages. Those who protect us in the enlightened and free nations are at risk anywhere that is accessible to murdering Islamic bastards.
My thoughts today are with the family of Private Atias and I can only hope that the Eternal One comforts them in their distress, and that the assailant is swiftly brought to justice. May Private Atias’s memory be a blessing.