Thursday April 17, 2014
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'PA incitement to blame for Passover eve terror attack'
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Passover eve terror attack which left Israeli man dead was a result of ongoing Palestinian Authority incitement against Israel U.S.: We support Israel's efforts to bring those responsible for the attack to justice.
Yoav Limor | The markings of an organized attack
Both Israel and the Palestinian Authority are concerned about further deterioration of the security reality on the ground.
Dr. Reuven Berko | Jihad tourism
The anonymity of "jihad tourists" in conflict areas in the Middle East and Africa poses new security challenges for the West.
Nadav Shragai | The 'House of Peace' on the road to Abraham
In a normal Jewish state, the government would be the one encouraging Jewish settlement in Hebron.
Clifford D. May | Academic dishonors
Brandeis University smears womens rights advocate Ayaan Hirsi Ali -- and disgraces itself.
Isi Leibler | Jewish leaders down under not intimidated
Australia could serve as a role model for leaders in other Diaspora Jewish communities.
Elliott Abrams | GCC nations: Protections and risks
GCC member nations are vulnerable to security threats from terrorists and Iran.
Israeli killed in Passover eve terror attack near Hebron
Baruch Mizrahi, 47, killed when Palestinian terrorist fires at cars traveling on Route 35 west of Hebron on Passover eve Mizrahi's wife wounded, couple's children unharmed Public security minister: We'll bring heinous killer to justice.
Dr. Haim Shine | Indeed, they are trying to destroy us
The Passover murder was an unequivocal hate crime, but Israel has the choice to pursue the appropriate response.
Israeli-Palestinian negotiating teams to meet Wednesday
Likud officials warn against Habayit Hayehudi leader Naftali Bennett's threat to exit government if Israeli Arab prisoners are released, saying toppling a right-wing government would bring the Left to power Right-wing ministers urge halting peace talks.
Dan Margalit | Keep calm and carry on (for now)
Just how exactly are Israel, the Palestinians, the U.S. and the region going to benefit by having Kerry throw in the towel?
Official: Iran will not discuss missile program
Iranian Defense Minister Gen. Hossein Dehghan: Iran's missiles are only our concern ... We won't accept any intervention from anybody on this issue Nuclear talks between world powers and Iran to continue on May 13.
Journalist Reuven Pedatzur killed in roadside accident
Veteran defense commentator Dr. Reuven Pedatzur was killed late Monday night after being hit by a car on Israel's Coastal Highway "Reuven never feared swimming against the tides. He will be missed," Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon says.
Palestinians call professor who took students to Auschwitz 'traitor'
Al Quds University Professor Mohammed Dajani: "I believe a trip like this, for an organized group of Palestinian youth going to visit Auschwitz, is not only rare, but a first. I thought there would be some complaints, then it would be forgotten."
Report: 3 Hezbollah operatives arrested in Thailand
According to Thai media reports, one of the apprehended cell members is Yussuf Ayyad, a Filipino Shiite Muslim described as a member of Hezbollah's operations wing in east Asia Two other suspects identified as Daud Farhat and Bilal Bahsoun.
Fighting for mom
A year an a half ago, Israel Defense Forces Sgt. Eric Compton, a lone soldier from the U.S., discovered his mother had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease Compton to received President's Award for Excellence on Independence Day.
Ukraine bares teeth against separatists in east
"I'm convinced that there will not be any terrorists left soon in Donetsk and other regions and they will find themselves in the dock -- this is where they belong," acting President Oleksandr Turchynov tells Ukraine's parliament.
Boaz Bismuth | Putin's battle of a lifetime
Ukrainian officials know that Russia would like to see many casualties; it hopes blood flows in the streets.
Supremacist faces murder charges in Kansas deaths
Known supremacist charged in shootings brought into a video conference for first court appearance Frazier Glenn Cross speaks only when answering routine questions from judge Defendant may undergo capital murder charges.
Richard Baehr | A real anti-Semite the Left can love to hate
The Kansas shootings were an easy story for the American media to cover and opine on.
Holocaust-era Haggadah donated to Yad Vashem
Herzliya resident Ruth Levine has held on to a Passover Haggadah given to her by her grandmother in 1938 Levine on donating the book: "I hope that children will learn about our story through this Haggadah, that they will remember the Holocaust."