Come sempre accade non appena vi è un seppur minimo barlume di accordo, ecco che spunta il terrorista palestinese che,magari a nome di una qualche sconosciuta sigla inventata per l'occasione se non "in proprio" (figuriamoci!) ,compie l'"eroico" gesto di uccidere premeditatamente inermi civili in Israele.
E' il solito doppiogioco palestinese, con Hamas che ha dichiarato come questo gesto terroristico sia "logico e naturale", pur facendo apparire di prendere le distanze dal fatto.
Ricordiamoci che la coraggiosa ricerca della pace da parte d'Israele, si scontra purtroppo con l'inciviltà di chi, come Hamas e nonostante dichiarazioni di facciata, non ha alcun rispetto per la vita altrui come di quella dei propri "sudditi".
Three people were killed and 44 were wounded - one seriously, one moderately and 42 lightly - on Wednesday afternoon when a bulldozer driver went on a rampage in downtown Jerusalem.
Police said that the driver plowed his vehicle into two public buses, toppling them over, and slammed into several cars.
An off-duty soldier took the gun from an elite policeman at the scene and shot the terrorist dead. The soldier, Moshe Klessner, 18, is the brother-in-law of IDF officer David Shapira, who killed the terrorist in the Mercaz Harav Yeshiva attack, Channel 2 reported.
Klessner was assisted in neutralizing the attacker by another elite policeman.
A third policeman was lightly wounded by gunfire, indicating that the terrorist was armed.
Police said the incident was definitely a terror attack, emphasizing that the terrorist, Jabr Duwait, a 32-year-old father of two from Jebl Mukaber, was carrying an Israeli identity card. The Mercaz Harav attacker was from the very same east Jerusalem town.
"My son never spoke of plans to carry out such an attack, if he had I would have tried to prevent it, Duwait's father, Tayseer told The Media Line as police officers were about to question him.
The attack, at the junction of Jaffa Street and Rechov Sha'arei Yisreal, set off a panic in the area.
Dozens of people ran through the streets to flee the scene of the attack and a car was dragged several meters by the bulldozer before being crushed under the vehicle.
A baby was being treated in Sha'arei Tzedek Hospital and his parents were yet to be tracked down. The indication was that the baby was thrown out of the car by one of his parents before the vehicle was crushed.
The bulldozer was apparently being used for construction work on the Jerusalem light rail project.
Asaf Shalev, who was near the scene of the attack, told the Jerusalem Post that he heard about "an accident" and ran to the area. He described how he saw a "path of destruction" leading from the construction site and numerous policemen "examining the bulldozer."
(The Media Line News Agency contributed to this report )