Israeli man pulls a knife out of his neck and kills the terrorist who attacked him

Warning: a graphic image of the knife use in the attack is featured below.

Whoa! Don’t mess with Israel

An Israeli man who was stabbed multiple times Tuesday afternoon in a terror attack in Petah Tikva managed to remove the knife from his neck and use it to stab and neutralize his attacker, aided by the store owner, police said.

The attacker, a Palestinian, died a few minutes later, police said. The victim, an ultra-Orthodox man of about 40 who suffered multiple stab wounds to his upper body, was hospitalized in moderate condition. The store owner was not injured.

The Palestinian assailant had followed the man, who was collecting money for charity, into a wine shop on the central city’s Baron Hirsch Street and began stabbing him “multiple times” in the upper body in a “frenzied attack,” police said.

Here’s images from the scene, and you can see a video at the link up top.


Makes you wish our liberals could be 10% this tough and decisive against the evils of Islamic terror. One of the comments at the Times of Israel link sums up what the (tragic) leftist reaction would be to this.

And Sweden will say ‘neutralizing’ the terrorist was summery execution. Obama would say the ‘Palestinian was just frustrated’. The U.N. would critisize the victim for being an ‘occupier’ (Pitah Tikvah is..afterall..former ‘Palestine’ (c1890). The British Labor party would advance a bill to boycott exports from Petah Tikva. And the drive- by liberal media would ‘look for a motive’ of the ‘alleged’ attacker. And finally..John Kerry would want to know why the police didn’t offer the Palestinian ‘anger management classes’.

That sums it up perfectly.

h/t and feature image source: The Times of Israel

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