By Tom Knighton
There’s a mindset that comes into play during a violent confrontation. Not everyone has it, but if you do, it means that you can prevail no matter what. It’s this inability to accept surrender in the face of unspeakable evil, an idea that you might go down, but so are they. That ferocity is something that evil people usually don’t count on and it changes the equation of a violent encounter.
Ari, as he was aptly named, fought terrorism to his last breath.
On September 16, 2018, while outside of an Israeli shopping mall, Ari Fuld was attacked by a Palestinian terrorist who ambushed him from behind and stabbed him four times in the back. “A lowly terrorist came up behind him, and in a cowardly way stabbed him,” Lior Shurka, a friend of the victim, described to TPS news agency.
Ari fought back. With gaping stab wounds in his back, he ran after the fleeing terrorist and shot him, effectively “neutralizing” the attacker, according to Israeli police. Another armed civilian assisted Ari and also shot the terrorist.
The name Ari translates to “lion” in Hebrew, “eagle” in Old Norse, and “brave” in Armenian. It …Read the Rest
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