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Terror in Hadera: Two Border Police officers killed in ISIS attack


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Two Border Police officers killed, 12 injured • ISIS claims responsibility • Defense establishment on high alert


Published: MARCH 27, 2022 20:57 Updated: MARCH 28, 2022 15:21

wo Arab-Israeli terrorists who swore allegiance to ISIS shot and killed two Border Police officers and injured twelve others in Hadera on Sunday evening.

The two Border Police officers killed in the attack in Hadera Sunday were Yazan Fallah, 19, from Kasra Samia, and Shirel Aboukaret, 19, from Netanya.
The two terrorists, both residents of Umm el-Fahm, posted a video on Facebook before the attack swearing allegiance to ISIS. The terrorist movement's news agency published a statement on Sunday taking responsibility for the attack in Hadera, as well as for the deadly terrorist attack conducted by an ISIS-supporting Bedouin-Israeli in Beersheba last week.
H/T Rantburg
#UPDATE: ISIS officially claims responsibility for attack in northern central Israeli city of Hadera that killed 2 and wounded 4


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Hadera terror victims named as Border Police officers Yazan Falah, Shirel Aboukrat

Both were 19; police praise them for bravery, saying they saved many civilians, ‘giving up their lives for the security of the people of Israel’; funerals set for Monday afternoon

Emanuel Fabian and TOI staff

Mar. 28 2022


Yazan Falah and Shirel Aboukrat, two Border Police officers killed in a terror attack in Hadera, are seen at their base near the West Bank settlement of Bet El, hours before they were killed on March 27, 2022. (Israel Police)

Police identified the two people killed in the Hadera terror attack as Border Police officers Yazan Falah and Shirel Aboukrat, both 19, saying that the two officers saved many lives in the attack.

“The two officers died in battle this evening with armed terrorists,” the Border Police said in a statement after midnight Sunday, adding that three other officers were injured.

Falah, a resident of the Druze village of Kisra-Sumei in the Galilee, joined the Border Police a year ago and is survived by his parents and a brother and sister, police said.

Aboukrat, a resident of Netanya whose family immigrated from France, joined the force six months ago and is survived by her parents and a brother. According to the Ynet news site, Aboukrat’s mother told friends that she had moved the family from France because she wanted them to live in safety. “We fled France to have security and here she died, in our country. It does not make sense. I wanted to give them a good life and security,” she reportedly told friends.



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