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13-year-old yeshiva student beaten in unprovoked attack in Borough Park

Scene of the incident 
By: Hydar Tomar

A Hasidic yeshiva student was beaten in an unprovoked attack in Borough Park, police in new York said.

Brooklyn Police said that the incident unfolded just before 6:30 a.m. on Monday morning.

According to the police investigation, the 13-year-old boy was walking outside the Satmar synagogue located on 53rd Street between 13 and 14 Avenues, when a man suddenly knocked him to the ground.

The suspect fled from the scene while laughing from the victim. The suspect did not say anything during the attack and nothing was stolen from the boy.

The boy told police that he did not know his attacker. Police are looking for the suspect, and so far, no arrests have been made.

Burglars target Jewish homes that are kept unlocked during Shabbat

David Fox and Patrick Chambers 
By: Sanvi Rizvi

Two men were arrested, charged and convicted of burglary after targeting Jewish homes that were kept unlocked during Shabbat, prosecutors in the United Kingdom said.

David Fox and Patrick Chambers of Gateshead are behind bars after they admitted to breaking into four properties in just over an hour.

The two walked down a street and checked door that were unlocked on Friday night. According to Jewish law, Jews are not permitted to carry their keys on the street during Shabbat.

Chambers, 33, was jailed for 20 months, while Fox received 12 months. The Newcastle Crown Court heard how the thieves were behind a series of burglaries into the Jewish area of Gateshead.

In one home, an 81-year-old woman was present during the robbery and in another home, a four-year-old girl was in her room when the suspects entered to steal valuables.

Muslims steal cell phones and cash from Israeli army base after 2 guards fell asleep on the job

Cell phone illustration 
By: Anika Rao

What could have been a major disaster ended with a few stolen cell phones, Israel Police said.

The Northern Region Police Department said that a group of Muslims stole personal items from the soldiers, who were training in the area of the Jordan Valley.

According to the police investigation, the suspects were able to gain access to the army base after two guards fell asleep.

When the soldiers returned to the base after a long day of training, they were surprised to discover that their cell phones and wallets were stolen.

Luckily, no weapons were stolen. Israeli soldiers received intelligence that the stolen phones were in Taysir. However, when the soldiers searched the village they were unable to find the loot.
The guards who fell asleep, will face disciplinary action.

Police kill Muslim terrorist attempting to ram into soldiers and civilians with his vehicle (video)

Israeli military checkpoint 
By: Ze'ev Ben-Yechiel

(Scroll down for video) A Muslim terrorist was eliminated after he tried to run over soldiers and civilians with his vehicle, the Tazpit News Agency reported.

The Sharon District Police Department said that they thwarted the second potential major terror incident on Tuesday.

The second incident unfolded when the terrorist was speeding through an Israeli army checkpoint. He was shot and killed by IDF forces.

According to investigators at the scene, the driver intended to run over soldiers and civilians at the checkpoint. Three passengers were in the car when police shot the driver.

Two passengers were transported to Meir Hospital in Kfar Saba.

Earlier on Tuesday, two terrorists were arrested in central Israel, for plotting to carry out what investigators believe to be a suicide bombing.

Masked men pepper spray and attempt to kidnap Viznitz Hotel employee

Viznitz Hotel 
By: Devansh Dutt

A hotel employee was attacked and nearly kidnapped by two masked men, Israel Police said.

The Tel Aviv Police Department said that the incident unfolded at the Viznitz Hotel, which is located in Bnei Brak on Sunday morning.

According to the hotel employee, the two masked men entered the lobby, pepper sprayed him and tried to drag him away. The two men fled from the scene after the hotel employee began screaming.

The victim ran to a nearby synagogue. People at the synagogue called paramedics, who arrived at the scene to treat the victim for shock.

Police officers who arrived at the scene, are investigating if the incident was an attempted robbery or a terror attack. No arrests have been made.

Man breaks his legs after jumping out of 3rd story window in an attempt to escape from IRS agents

Crutches illustration 
By: Aarav Sen

A man was rushed to a hospital after breaking his legs when he tried to run from IRS agents, Israel Police said.

The incident began when police officers and Israel Revenue Service agents arrived at the home of the suspect, who is the manager of a transportation company in Shfaram.

The man is suspected of committing tax violations by forging receipts. When the suspect saw the officers he panicked and tried to escape by jumping out the 3rd floor window.

The man landed in a trash can and broke both his legs. The suspect was treated by paramedics at the scene, and was transported to a nearby hospital.

When his condition approves, he will be brought before a magistrate's court judge for a bail hearing.

Israeli man caught driving small car with 12 passengers tells police that he is on vacation (video)

12 passengers crammed into small car 
By: Hydar Tomar

(Scroll down for video) An Israeli man who was caught driving a small car on a highway, told police that he is on vacation, according to a video uploaded to the Internet.

The Tel Aviv Police Department said that an officer pulled over the driver of the Mazda 2 after noticing that numerous children were crammed into the back seat while traveling on Highway 4.

In total, the officer counted five adults and seven young children.

The driver told the officer that since the kids are home from school he had no choice but to take them all on a trip in one small car.

In the back seat there were two babies being held in the arms of two women, four children aged 4 to 6, and a teen girl. The five adults and seven children were not wearing seatbelts.

The officer called a taxi for the children and suspended the driver’s license of the man.

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