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Far Left ‘Peace Now’ Head Slams Terror Victim’s Act of Self-Defense

TEL AVIV – The head of the far-left Israeli NGO Peace Now blasted a stabbing victim’s act of self-defense in a terror attack on Tuesday, calling it an “extrajudicial killing.” Yariv Oppenheimer took to Twitter to condemn terror victim Yonatan Azarihab, who was stabbed multiple times in a store in Petah Tikva before he managed to pull the terrorist’s knife from his own neck and use it to stab and eventually kill his attacker.

Israeli security forces stand at the scene of a stabbing attack on March 8, 2016 in the neighbourhood of Jaffa in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv as US vice president arrived in the city for a visit

Oman Refuses to Host Sailing Championships Because of Israeli Participation

TEL AVIV – Oman announced that it will not host the 2016 Youth Sailing World Championships because of Israeli participation. World Sailing updated its regulations following Malaysia’s refusal to allow reigning Israeli champions to play their national anthem and display the Israeli


Israeli Soldiers Shoot Dead Two Palestinian Terrorists – Army

Israeli troops shot dead on Saturday two Palestinian terrorists who tried to stab soldiers at a checkpoint in the occupied West Bank, the military said, as a surge in violence showed no sign of abating. Now in its fourth month,


Terror Bombing at Eilat Hotel Thwarted

Two Israeli Arabs were indicted on Thursday for attempting to commit a terror attack at the Be Center hotel in the southern resort city of Eilat. The attack was thwarted thanks to the vigilance of hotel employees, who reported the

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Palestinian Terrorist Attempts Knife Attack, Shot Dead: Israeli Army

NABLUS (PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES) (AFP) –  A Palestinian ran toward Israeli security forces brandishing a knife in the northern West Bank Thursday before being shot dead, the Israeli army said, the latest in more than two months of attacks. “During routine security

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Jordanian Air Force Dismisses Pilot Who Refused To Visit Israel

A Jordanian air force pilot has allegedly been discharged from the Hashemite kingdom’s air force after he refused to visit Israel as part of a joint military venture between the two neighboring countries. Social media users on the east bank of

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Security Forces Nab Suspected Knife Terrorist In Ramallah Hotel

The IDF, guided intelligence from the Shin Bet domestic intelligence agency, raided a hotel in Ramallah overnight between Monday and Tuesday, arresting a man suspected of taking part in an attempted stabbing on October 30 at Tapuah Junction. The suspect,

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Two Stabbing Attacks Thwarted In West Bank, Terrorists Killed

Two stabbing terror attacks were thwarted in the West Bank on Sunday morning when a 16-year-old Palestinian girl tried to stab Israelis near Itamar and a Palestinian taxi driver tried to stab an Israeli man after failing to run over

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Anxious French Rush To Israeli Tech To Check On Friends

Over 4 million people in Paris marked themselves as safe following Friday’s deadly terror attacks using Facebook’s made-in-Israel Safety Check app. On November 14, the day of the Paris terror attack, Facebook Israel Country Manager Adi Soffer-Teeni and Director of

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Palestinian Official: ‘Murdering Israeli Women Is Our Right’

TEL AVIV — At a memorial honoring Palestinian terrorist Muhamm​ad Halabi, 19, who killed two men in Jerusalem on October 3, an official from the ruling Palestinian Fatah party said he “salutes the soul of [the] martyr who detonated the


Knife-Wielding Man Attacks French Jewish Community Center Guards

A man who had reportedly attempted to join the jihad in the Middle East previously has been accused of attacking three French soldiers on Tuesday, lunging at the troops with his knife while they were on guard outside a Jewish Community Center.

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70 Years After Auschwitz, Anti-Semitism Remains More Prevalent Than Ever

Tuesday marks the seventieth anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi Auschwitz death camp in southern Poland. The Nazis who ran the execution site were responsible for the slaughter of over one million people within a five-year timespan, with the vast majority of them being Jews. In Auschwitz alone, from 1940-1945, the Nazis killed roughly six-hundred people per day, twenty-five per hour, one every 144 seconds.