Terror teen shot dead while charging with knife

13-year-old female Arab shot by guard as she ran at entrance to Samaria town with drawn knife in hand; Arab MK cries 'execution.'

Ido Ben-Porat ,

Stabbing thwarted in Binyamin (file)
Stabbing thwarted in Binyamin (file)
Magen David Adom

A 13-year-old female Arab terrorist on Saturday ran at the entrance gate to Anatot, a town in the Binyamin region of Samaria, with a drawn knife in her hand.

A civilian security guard who was posted at the gate shot the terrorist as she charged towards him, and critically wounded her.

The terrorist died of her wounds later on in the day. An initial investigation has revealed the terrorist apparently fought with her family, and decided to go out and launch a terrorist attack, murdering Jews.

Security cameras caught the incident on film, which can be seen below - the film quality improves at around 35 seconds in when the terrorist can be seen charging at the gate after the guard.

Arab MK Issawi Freij of the radical leftist Meretz party claimed that the terrorist was "executed" for no good reason.

"Those who shoot a 13-year-old girl to death, even if she is holding a knife in her hand, are executing without trial," he claimed.

"Instead of condemning the Swedes, (Prime Minister Binyamin) Netanyahu would do better to take a close look at his own country, a country that executes children without trial," added the Arab MK, citing the spurious comments of Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom who recently called to investigate Israel for "executing" terrorists.

Arab terrorists in the current wave of attacks since last September have murdered 29 people already, and the attackers have come as young as 11-years-old. Despite their young age, many of the youthful terrorists have inflicted serious and even critical wounds.