Terror in Jerusalem: Court issues gag order over investigation into double murder
The Jerusalem’s Magistrate’s Court issued a gag order over the investigation into the murder of an elderly couple in the Armon Hanetziv neighborhood of Jerusalem.
Police say significant new details have been uncovered as suspicions grow murders were terrorism.
Yehuda Kaduri (71) and his wife, Tamar Kaduri (68) were found murdered in their Jerusalem apartment on Sunday with multiple stab wounds.
The object used to stab the couple did not appear to be in the apartment, the police said.
The couple’s children called the police after being unable to contact their parents for several days. Police and rescue crews went to the apartment, in Jerusalem’s Armon Hanetziv neighborhood, and found it locked, with no sign of a break-in.
The victims’ daughter was not able to reach them since last Thursday.
The day before, on 9th January, a 15-year-old teenage girl was stabbed by a Muslim terrorist while she was standing at a bust stop on same Mordekhai Elkakhi Street.
The teen called MDA and returned to her home, where emergency first responders found her lightly wounded with multiple stab wounds.
The same day two years ago, a Muslim terrorist rammed a truck into a group of IDF soldiers disembarking from a bus on the Armon Hanatziv Esplanade, murdering 4 and injuring 15 Israelis.
Two years later, Tawhid al-Jihad, an ISIS-linked Salafist group in Gaza published a banner claiming one of their terrorists was behind the truck-ramming attack.