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闯土耳其大使馆的巴勒斯坦男子已被捕

特拉维夫,以色列——一巴勒斯坦人闯入土耳其驻以使馆,试图劫持人质,要求避难。该男子已经在周二晚移交给了以色列当局,结束了紧张的对峙。

在男子闯入使馆7小时后被护送出使馆,被绑并押上了辆以色列救护车。身穿浅蓝色T恤,走路一瘸一拐,明显受到枪伤。他简短地举起手臂并大喊,直到以色列警察和医护人员将他制服。

一小时后,土耳其政府说目前形势得到控制。

土耳其发表声明称,“当他高喊要求政治庇护并企图将副领事作为人质时,我们使馆保安将其制止。”声明中还称,该男子随身备有一把匕首、一个汽油罐和一把后被证实为玩具的手枪。

以色列外交部发言人伊格·帕勒莫尔确定袭击者是纳迪姆·因扎兹,是一名来自西岸城市拉马拉的巴勒斯坦男子。以色列警方说,因扎兹4年前曾袭击英国大使馆而服刑,同样是要求避难,最近才从监狱释放。

电视2台播放了一段来自袭击者的电话录音。

“我手持两个人质,”他用希伯来语说。“我将炸毁使馆。...如果他们不让我现在离开这个国家,我就要烧掉整栋大楼。我会烧毁所有的一切。我会烧车,门我将撞开门。我将损坏一切。”

一位称和因扎兹电话交谈的律师告诉以色列广播电台,人质,领事和他的妻子,已经逃了出来。

因扎兹说他崇拜雷杰普·塔伊普·埃尔多安。

“我爱他而且我尊重他。”他说。这位土耳其领导人“会给我政治庇护抵御这些凶手这些犹太复国主义者,这些杀戮的犹太人。”把这事件直接和最近以色列和土耳其间的紧张局势联系起来。

他还谴责巴勒斯坦领导人,说总统马哈茂德·阿巴斯因盗窃资金“应该死”。

土耳其外交部长艾哈迈德·达武特奥卢告诉记者,“不用担心大使馆,一切都在控制之中。”他说袭击者伤势不重。

以色列和土耳其的关系一直很紧张,因5月31日以色列袭击了试图打破以色列对加沙地带封锁的国际舰队。此次袭击行动致9名土耳其公民死亡,他们与数百名亲巴勒斯坦的活动分子在运载援助物资的船上。许多巴勒斯坦人在事后都表示支持土耳其。

土耳其在救援船队袭击事件后召回了特拉维夫的大使。

以色列《晚报》说,袭击者给报纸打了电话,自称是因扎兹,这位巴勒斯坦人曾在2006年在驻特拉维夫的英国大使馆寻求庇护。他说他携带可燃性液体并扬言,“要杀掉每个试图进入使馆的犹太人”。

在伦敦,英国外交办公室在一封声明中确认,袭击者是卷入2006年英国大使馆事件的同一个人。

在第一次袭击发生之时,警察说因扎兹是个密告者和有财产和毒品犯罪记录的罪犯。他曾陷入财务和法律困难。

他在2006年告诉以色列电视台,他担心如果他返回西岸的话他会被巴勒斯坦激进分子杀死。

律师沙菲克·阿布阿尼告诉以色列广播电台,他曾三次和袭击者进行电话交谈,试图稳定他的情绪。律师说因扎兹恐吓说如果他不授予庇护的话就烧掉使馆。

目前还不清楚他和劫持人质者有什么关系。

阿布阿尼说因扎兹要求被空运回土耳其,并说以色列辛贝特安全部队正在迫害他。

律师说当时只有土耳其领事和他的妻子在大楼里,他们逃脱了。“我和领事一直通过手机保持联系,他们什么事也没发生,他们没事。”他说。


 
Palestinian who attacked Turkish Embassy captured

TEL AVIV, Israel – A Palestinian who broke into the Turkish Embassy in Israel trying to take hostages and demanding asylum was turned over to Israeli authorities late Tuesday, ending a tense standoff.

Seven hours after he forced his way into the embassy, the attacker was escorted out of the embassy and bundled into an Israeli ambulance. Wearing a light blue shirt and limping slightly from an apparent gunshot wound, he raised his arms briefly and shouted before Israeli police and paramedics subdued him.

An hour earlier, the Turkish government said it had the situation in hand.

"Our embassy guards neutralized the individual as he tried to take the vice consul as hostage after shouting around for asylum," the Turkish statement said, adding he was armed with a knife, a gasoline can and a gun that turned out to be a toy.

Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor identified the attacker as Nadim Injaz, a Palestinian from the West Bank town of Ramallah. Israeli police said Injaz was recently released from prison after serving time for an attack on the British Embassy four years ago, also to seek asylum.

Channel 2 TV played a recording of a phone call it said came from the attacker.

"I have two hostages," he said in Hebrew. "I will blow up the embassy. ... If they don't let me leave this country now I will burn down the whole building. I will burn everything. I will burn the cars, the doors I will break down the doors. I will break everything."

A lawyer who said he spoke to Injaz by phone told Israel Radio that the hostages, the consul and his wife, had escaped.

Injaz said he admired Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

"I love him and I respect him," he said. The Turkish leader "should give me political asylum against these murderers the Zionists, the murdering Jews," he added, linking the incident indirectly to recent tensions between Israel and Turkey.

He also condemned Palestinian leaders, saying President Mahmoud Abbas "should die" for stealing funds.

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu told reporters, "there is nothing to worry about at the embassy, everything is under control." He said the attacker was not seriously wounded.

Israel-Turkey relations have been strained over the May 31 Israeli attack on an international flotilla that was trying to bust Israel's blockade of the Gaza Strip. The raid killed nine Turkish citizens who were among hundreds of pro-Palestinian activists on board boats carrying aid and many Palestinians have expressed support for Turkey in the aftermath.

Turkey withdrew its ambassador from Tel Aviv after the flotilla attack.

The Israeli Maariv newspaper said the man called the paper, identifying himself as Injaz, the Palestinian who sought asylum at the British Embassy in Tel Aviv in 2006. He said he had a flammable liquid and threatened, "I will kill any Jew that enters."

In London, the British Foreign Office confirmed in a statement that the attacker was the same one involved in the 2006 British Embassy incident.

Around the time of the first attack, police said Injaz was an informer and a criminal with a record of property and drug offenses who had run into financial and legal troubles.

He told an Israeli TV station in 2006 that he feared he would be killed by Palestinian militants if he returned to the West Bank.

Lawyer Shafik Abuani told Israel Radio that he talked to the man three times by telephone, trying to calm him down. The lawyer said Injaz threatened to burn the embassy down if he is not granted asylum.

It was unclear what his relation to the hostage-taker was.

Abuani said Injaz demanded to be flown to Turkey and said he was being persecuted by the Israeli Shin-Bet security force.

The lawyer said only the Turkish consul and his wife were in the building at the time, and they escaped. "I am in touch with the consul all the time by cell phone, and nothing happened to them, they're OK," he said.


 

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