Politics 17 August 2010 Palestinian gunman breaks into Turkish embassy Gunman breaks into Turkish embassy in Tel Aviv, takes two hostages and threatens to “kill Jews”, say Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML An Israeli official has confirmed that a gunman has broken into the Turkish embassy in Tel Aviv and has taken two hostages while threatening to "kill Jews", according to initial reports. Local media are reporting that the gunman could be Nadim Injaz, a Palestinian from Ramallah previously arrested after an eight-hour standoff at the British embassy in Tel Aviv in 2006. The street leading to the Turkish mission has been closed and it is thought that one person has been wounded so far. More to follow . . . › MediaWatch Subscribe More Related articles Theresa May: No "half-in, half-out" Brexit No, the Brexit vote wasn't just about immigration What can a new book of Holocaust testimony tell us about the Third Reich?