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IDF Aims For More Accuracy In Its Warnings Of Incoming Missiles

The Times of Israel reports: The army’s early warning app, iOref, is faster and smarter than the competition’s, according to the director of the IDF Homefront Command’s alerts division. “There are other apps that claim to warn Israelis if a missile

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Israeli Wounded In Stabbing Attack Near Jerusalem’s Dung Gate

The Jerusalem Post reports: An Israeli was lightly wounded in a stabbing attack near Jerusalem’s Dung Gate on Friday afternoon. Magen David Adom was treating the Israeli, who sustained a stab wound to the upper body. After fleeing from the

Knife at scene of Jaffa gate stabbing in Jerusalem, March 11, 2016.

Two Israelis Wounded in Supermarket Stabbing Attack

Ynetnews reports:  A stabbing attack took place Thursday afternoon in the Sha’ar Binyamin Industrial Zone north of Jerusalem. One person is seriously wounded and a second is moderately wounded. The Israelis, aged 17 and 35, were taken to a nearby

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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,


Father of Tel Aviv Terror Suspect Arrested

Police on Tuesday arrested the father of Nahat Melhem, suspected of carrying out the bloody terror attack on a Tel Aviv pub on Friday that killed three and wounded several more. Five others were arrested along with Mohammed Melhem on suspicion

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American Columnist at Scene of Tel Aviv Attack Recounts Details

TEL AVIV – An American columnist who was less than a block from the shooting that took place on Friday in Tel Aviv recounted his ordeal and concludes that Palestinian depravity will prevent peace. Writing in the Algemeiner,  Joel Mowbray recounts how

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One Day on, Subdued Tel Aviv Reels from Deadly Shooting

Tel Aviv, famous for its exuberant street life and 24-hour partying, had a subdued air Saturday as it reeled from a deadly shooting attack at a bar on the busy Dizengoff Street in the heart of the city. The recently

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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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