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On Saturday, a Bedouin girl fired shots at a base - and was killed. Her family denied the police's claims that they found evidence she was collecting Hamas propaganda on her computer. They claimed she was murdered in cold blood and the police were covering up.
Today, while sealing the home of a prior Israeli Arab terrorist who ram people with a bulldozer - another Arab tried to murder border policemen. Again he was shot dead, and again the locals claim he was murdered in cold blood.
See a pattern?
Man rams car into cops razing bulldozer terrorist's home
An Arab motorist was shot and killed in east Jerusalem Tuesday morning after hitting three border policemen, who were overseeing the demolition of the home of a Palestinian terrorist who carried out a lethal bulldozer attack in Jerusalem last year.
The three security personnel, who were manning a security checkpoint in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Sur Bahir, jumped out of the way and were lightly injured in the attack, Jerusalem police spokesman Shmuel Ben-Ruby said.
Clashes erupted at the scene of the shooting, as about 50 Palestinians stoned heavily armed border police with helmets and shields, who fired back with tear gas. The driver's body was laid out on the street under a white plastic sheet with one of his hands sticking out. The windshield of his white Seat car was shattered by about 20 bullet holes.
The demolition crew was destroying the top floor of a two-story home where 30-year-old Hussam Dwayat had lived. In July 2008, Dwayat used a huge yellow bulldozer that he worked with on a Jerusalem railway project in a deadly rampage down a main city thoroughfare.
He steamrolled everything in his path, plucking cars off the street, swinging them in the air and then crushing them to the ground with passengers trapped inside. At one point, he rammed into the back of a crowded bus, flipping it on its side.
He killed three people, wounded more than 45 and sent hundreds of panicked residents running for cover before an off-duty soldier shot him dead.
Dwayat's use of a construction vehicle as a weapon was a departure from terrorists' previous attacks, mostly suicide bombings and shooting sprees. But since then, it appears to have spawned two copycat attacks - as well as a third incident in which a Palestinian motorist tried to ram into a crowd of soldiers walking along a sidewalk.
The demolition of Dwayat's home had previously been delayed by legal appeals.
Israel's practice of demolishing terrorists' homes, as a deterrent against future attackers, was suspended in recent years. It is widely condemned by human rights groups and Palestinians as collective punishment.
Israeli forces kill armed Bedouin teen
Israeli forces on Saturday shot and killed a 16-year-old Bedouin girl who opened fire at a police base in southern Israel and two Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip, security officials and medics said.
In the rare incident in southern Israel, the teenager opened fire at a guardpost at the base and was gunned down by border police stationed there, police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said.
No police were injured in the shooting.
Rosenfeld said the girl, a high school student in a Bedouin village in southern Israel, had been armed with a pistol. He added police were investigating the background of the attack.
Arabs try to kill, get killed, get enraged of said "cold blooded murder", set to kill. It's not a cycle of violence. It's a cycle of Arab mentality - where "innocence" is measured by tribalism.