An Israeli man injured in an attack at a synagogue is taken to an ambulance in the ultra-Orthodox Har Nof neighborhood in Jerusalem on Nov. 18.
Two Palestinians stormed the synagogue, opening fire and using knives and axes to attack Jews praying inside, officials said. Four rabbis were killed — including three dual U.S.-Israeli nationals — and six other people wounded.
An Israeli police officer holds a weapon near the scene. The two attackers were killed in a shootout with police.
Israeli security officials inspect the site of the attack.
Ultra-orthodox Jews watch emergency personnel (unseen) clean up and secure the area. The attack comes amid spiking tensions in Jerusalem.
Emergency personnel transport the body of an Israeli man at the scene of the attack. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas condemned the violence, but Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri praised it and called for more bloodshed
Two youths look at bullet holes inside the synagogue. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to "respond with a heavy hand to the brutal murder of Jews who came to pray and were met by reprehensible murderers."
Emergency personnel walk past blood on the floor in the synagogue. It was the deadliest attack in Jerusalem in years.
Masked Palestinians hold axes and a gun as they celebrate the attack on a Jerusalem synagogue on Nov. 18 in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip. The attackers opened fire at the synagogue, using knives and axes to attack Jews praying inside.
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man prays as Israeli rescue workers clean the scene of the attack.
An Ultra-Orthodox man bows his head inside the synagogue.