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Israel Says its Forces Shot Dead Five Palestinian Terrorists

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israeli police officers fatally shot two Palestinians who opened fire at them outside Jerusalem’s walled Old City on Sunday, police said, on a day when officials said three other Palestinian terrorists were killed in two other incidents. A

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Latest Threat in Gaza: Iran-Sunni Proxy War

JAFFA, Israel – The recent rocket fire from the Gaza Strip into Israel heralds an imminent conflict between Salafi groups that have pledged loyalty to the Islamic State and their ideological enemies, an Iranian-backed militia called Alsabereen.

A photo posted on internet on April 7, 2015 shows ISIS or Daesh (Daech) or "Islamic State" group militants posing in Yarmouk (Yarmuk) Palestinian camp, located in a suburb of Damascus, Syria, that is partially now under their control. Photo by Balkis Press/Sipa USA

Swedish PM: Stabbing Attacks In Israel Not Terrorism

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven further strained his country’s relationship with Israel Monday, saying he does not consider stabbing attacks in Israel to constitute terrorism. “No, it is not classified as [terrorism],” Lofven said in an interview to the Swedish

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Palestinian Soccer Tournament Named After Teenage Terrorist

TEL AVIV – The newly formed “Ahmad Manasrah Football Tournament” ​is named after ​a 13-year-old terrorist who stabbed and critically wounded two people aged 21 and 13 in Jerusalem last month, Palestinian Media Watch reported. PMW ​found out about the event’s name through an article

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