Friday October 9, 2015
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Another Jerusalem terrorist attack: Israeli seriously hurt
Palestinian teen arrested after stabbing Jewish seminary student in the neck Palestinian driver shot, wounded after trying to run over Israeli policeman near Maaleh Adumim Police officers securing Jerusalem during spate of attacks to receive bonus.
Yoav Limor | What we need is luck
Cautious optimism has been replaced by deep concern that Israel and the Palestinian Authority may be dragged into an escalation neither wants.
Prof. Eyal Zisser | Abbas returns to relevance
Just a few weeks ago, Abbas was a man of the past. But the terror wave has given him purpose and meaning.
Dr. Ronen Yitzhak | PA must abandon terrorism
For the Palestinians, terrorism is a tool to be used to achieve diplomatic goals.
Dr. Reuven Berko | Despair, incitement and hatred
"Sad young men" have long served as a recruitment stockpile for suicide attacks.
Dan Margalit | Fix the fence -- now
Israel should prepare for the worst, even if things don't deteriorate dramatically.
Maj. Gen. (res.) Gershon Hacohen | Be proactive
Time has come for fateful choices to shape our future.
PM to MKs and ministers: Do not visit Temple Mount
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on wave of terror attacks: "Civilians are at the forefront of the war against terrorism and must be on maximum alert. I would like to praise the levelheadedness that Israel's citizens have displayed in recent days."
Courage in the face of terror: Israeli women fight off terrorists
Liat Ohana struggled with an armed terrorist who barged into her home and attacked her and her mother Rivi Lev-Ohayon was driving to work in Jerusalem when terrorists jumped on her car and tried to pull her out Both women fought off their attackers.
Israeli team signs first launch deal in Google moon race
SpaceIL reaches deal with California-based SpaceX for a rocket launch, putting it at front of pack of 16 rival teams and on target for blast-off in late 2017 "The magnitude of this achievement cannot be overstated," says XPRIZE President Bob Weiss.
Netanyahu cancels Germany trip amid spate of terrorist attacks
Berlin meeting between Israeli and German government ministers canceled due to ongoing wave of Palestinian terrorism German government spokesman: We hope these consultations can be held at a later date.
Israel implores sites to remove Palestinian incitement videos
"No one should be allowed to spread hateful and violent propaganda, the results of which we experience every day," says a statement released by the Foreign Ministry after approaching Facebook and YouTube to remove incitement videos.
Hamas, Islamic Jihad praise wave of terrorist attacks
Hamas and Islamic Jihad call on Palestinians to carry out more terrorist attacks like the ones on Wednesday which targeted Israelis in Jerusalem, Kiryat Gat and Petach Tikva Fatah movement praises "the struggle to defend Al-Aqsa mosque."
Judea, Samaria mayors unhappy with PM's response to terror
Immigrant Absorption Minister Zeev Elkin tells protesters, leaders from Judea and Samaria: "We are both on the same side. ... You should know that there has not been a single suggestion made by the security forces that was not approved by the cabinet."
Bennett steps down from Knesset to make room for former MK
Education minister is the first to invoke so-called Norwegian Law, under which MKs can suspend their membership in parliament Former MK Shuli Mualem-Rafaeli to take Bennett's place Other ministers expected to follow Bennett's stead later this month.
Russia fires cruise missiles from warships into Syria
Russian warships in Caspian Sea fire cruise missiles as Syrian government troops launch ground offensive in central Syria in first major combined air-and-ground assault since Russia began its military campaign in Syria last week.
Iran's supreme leader bans negotiations with US
"Negotiations with the United States open the gates to their economic, cultural, political and security influence. Even during the nuclear negotiations they tried to harm our national interests," Khamenei says Khamenei has yet to endorse nuclear deal.
Jerry Seinfeld to perform in Israel
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld prepares to woo his Israeli fans on Dec. 19 Though he has visited Israel in the past, this trip will mark Seinfeld's first time performing stand-up comedy in the Jewish state Tickets go on sale Friday.