Saturday October 10, 2015
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PM seeks to outlaw Islamic Movement for inciting terror
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says lies spread by Islamic Movement in Israel, Hamas, PA and "other states in the region" are to blame for current wave of violence He lauds courage displayed by Israel's citizens in the face of escalating terrorism.
Boaz Bismuth | We've seen worse
The current situation is like a two-bit horror flick in which zombies who have watched some Internet propaganda video come after the Jews.
Ruthie Blum | Bloodshed by any other name
This may not technically constitute the "third intifada," but most of us don't really care what it ends up being called on Wikipedia.
David M. Weinberg | How not to respond to Palestinian violence
Don't whitewash Abbas' responsibility, say that restraint is power, ban Temple Mount visits, or pay for diplomatic cover with Israeli lives.
Dr. Haim Shine | Beware the fearmongers
Despite the doom and gloom some in the media are trying to inspire, Israelis know we will quell terrorism as we have before.
Judith Bergman | You reap what you sow
If people say, "We want to kill you," take their word for it.
Stabbings and revenge attacks: Violence washes over Israel
Within less than one hour, Palestinian stabs Jewish teen in Jerusalem, another stabs policeman in Kiryat Arba Jewish assailant stabs four Arabs in Dimona, saying, "All Arabs are terrorists" Jewish mob attempts to lynch three Arabs in Afula.
'Obama didn't come through on his promise to Netanyahu'
Former U.S. Special Envoy to the Middle East Dennis Ross writes in new book that in 2009, U.S. President Barack Obama told Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Iran had one year to engage in negotiations before he increased sanctions against the regime.
Prime minister invites opposition to join government
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says at press conference that he wants a "broad government and a unified people," slams ministers who demonstrated against him Zionist Union head Isaac Herzog: Netanyahu has lost control of public security.
Fear and loathing in the Old City
The Muslim Quarter in Jerusalem's Old City is paved with blood: Nehemia Lavi, murdered there this week, is only the latest victim The response has always been to increase the Jewish presence there, but this time hatred may get in the way.
Keep calm and look ahead
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is showing restraint in the face of escalating Palestinian terrorism, remembering that he has to steer a challenging coalition at home while repairing relations with the U.S. now that the bad Iran deal is a fait accompli.
Myths, facts, and wishful thinking
The recent wave of terrorism has seen illusion peddlers take center stage While some are true believers, others seek only to promote personal, political, potentially dangerous agendas Regional realities mandate a different, more prudent approach.
Peace talks without preconditions
Every time there is a wave of violence, the Palestinians manage to get something out of us, but the West and the Left seem to ignore that It is a good thing that our current prime minister insists on negotiations only without the pressure of terrorism.
Defying PM's directive, Arab MKs plan to visit Temple Mount
Joint Arab List MK Jamal Zahalka denied entry to Al-Aqsa mosque, tells police he "doesn't give a damn" about Netanyahu's instructions PA president Abbas says Palestinians "will not resort to violence" Security forces remain on high alert in Jerusalem.
Dror Eydar | Pyromaniac parliamentarians
Arab MKs who fan the flames of the Al-Aqsa conflict are hurting their own people.
Despite violence, Jerusalem to host world astronautical congress
With 2,000 participants from 60 countries, congress is "certificate of recognition for Israeli science," says Science Minister Ofir Akunis "Israel has much to offer to the international space community," says International Astronautical Federation head.
9 police injured in ambush during raid on terrorist's home
Hundreds of Palestinians clash with security forces approaching terrorist's home in east Jerusalem Nine police injured by stones and firebombs Palestinians report one death, several injuries IDF arrests 14 suspected terrorists in series of raids.
Security situation prompts record number of emergency calls
Police say number of emergency calls has surged to 25,000 in one day, while calls about quality-of-life offenses have plummeted Police reinforce dispatchers to provide around-the-clock aid Stores report 400% rise in purchase of self-defense products.
US officials: Russian missiles aimed at Syria crashed in Iran
Russian Defense Ministry denies any of the 26 cruise missiles fired from Russian ships in the Caspian Sea fell short of their targets Angered by Russian incursions into Turkish airspace, Turkey's Erdogan threatens to sever energy ties with Russia.
WATCH: Has a 3rd intifada begun?
Israel and the West Bank are being buffeted by a wave of terrorist attacks and riots Why has violence broken out now? How have the attacks been covered by the press? Steve Ganot and Elyssa Frank discuss the deteriorating security situation.
British PM vows to shut down schools that teach anti-Semitism
Prime Minister David Cameron vows to shut down madrassas, or Islamic primary schools, that teach intolerance and spread anti-Semitism "Children should be having their minds opened, not having their heads filled with poison," he says.