Israeli Embassy staffer stabbed in Beijing

Israeli Embassy staffer stabbed in Beijing

THIS prompted the Israeli government to urge their citizens overseas to be vigilant, meanwhile, an Israeli Embassy staffer was stabbed in Beijing.

This is a shocking video of an Israeli Embassy staffer who was stabbed to death by an unknown suspect.

The incident was already confirmed by the Israeli Foreign Ministry, but China has yet to release a statement.

While the motive behind the attack remains unclear, it occurred following Israel’s criticism of China’s statement regarding the unprecedented attack of Hamas into Israel.

The Israeli Foreign Ministry said that the assault did not happen within the premises of the Embassy, and the identity of the staffer, who is currently in hospital, was not disclosed.

No one has claimed responsibility for this attack.

Meanwhile, Israeli officials are still investigating the incident.

Meanwhile, in France, a man stabbed to death one teacher and wounded another in an attack at a school in Arras City on Friday.

The suspect was a 19-year-old Russian-born Chechen refugee, named Mohamed Mogouchkov, who shouted ‘’Allahu Akbar’’ before stabbing the teacher to death.

The incident also happened amid Ex-Hamas Chief Khaled Meshaal, who called for Muslim nations to observe global jihad or day of rage for mass protests after prayers to denounce the intensive air strikes and blockade of Israeli Forces in Gaza.

Khaled Meshaal served as the Chief of Hamas from 2004 to 2017, he is currently based in Qatar, serving as the head of the Hamas diaspora office. in a recorded statement to Reuters, Meshaal said, and quote

“[We must] head to the squares and streets of the Arab and Islamic world on Friday…To all scholars who teach jihad … to all who teach and learn, this is a moment for the application [of jihad],” according to Khaled Mashaal, Ex-Chief of Hamas.

Mashaal also called on the governments and people of Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan to join the fight against Israel, noting that Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria have the highest Palestinian population outside of Gaza Strip.

“Tribes of Jordan, sons of Jordan, brothers and sisters of Jordan … This is a moment of truth and the borders are close to you, you all know your responsibility,” Khaled Mashaal said.

Mashaal’s calls prompted the Israeli Foreign Ministry and the National Security Council to urge their nationals abroad to take extra care on Friday.

They were advised to show alertness, stay away from protests and demonstrations, and if possible get updates from local security forces about possible protests and incidents of unrest around them.

Meanwhile, US homeland security officials said they have yet to see any indication that calls of a day of rage will spark violence across the United States, although they raised concerns over images and propaganda that could quickly change the landscape of the threat.

“We, DHS and our intelligence partners do not at present have any specific and credible intelligence that would indicate any potential threat to the U.S. stemming from Hamas terrorist attacks in Israel at this time,” statement Of U.S. Homeland Security.

Despite the lack of confirmation, various law enforcement agencies like the Los Angeles Police Department is tapping up its patrols, as well as authorities of Washington DC, New York City, among others.


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