WATCH: Gunfire exchange at scene of Jerusalem synagogue terror attack

Footage released of scene of terror attack at synagogue that left four dead.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 18, 2014 08:48

Gunfire exchange at scene of Jerusalem synagogue

Gunfire exchange at scene of Jerusalem synagogue

 
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Footage was released on Tuesday of shots being fired at the scene of a terrorist attack at a synagogue in Jerusalem earlier in the morning.

At least four people were killed in the attack and eight others wounded, according to Magen David Adom.

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Police said the assailants, allegedly Palestinian residents of east Jerusalem, were shot and killed.

According to police, the two suspected Palestinian terrorists, armed with a gun and axes, attacked worshipers after entering a synagogue on Agasi Street in the capital's Har Nof neighborhood.

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