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Report: Palestinian West Bank Bombing Attack Thwarted

Palestinian security forces this week thwarted a West Bank bombing attack against Israeli soldiers intended to hamper ceasefire negotiations between Israel and Hamas in Gaza, the Ynet news site reported Friday.

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Palestinian Forces Among Those Arrested for Shooting Attack on IDF

The Shin Bet, together with IDF and Border Police forces, has arrested a terror cell suspected of carrying out a shooting attack against an IDF force at the Jabara checkpoint near Taybeh and Tulkarm, it was cleared for publication on Sunday.

Israeli border policemen arrest a Palestinian protestor, who did not follow their instruction to leave, during a demonstration against administrative detention and in support of Palestinian prisoner Bilal Kayed on August 24, 2016 at Damascus Gate, a main entrance to Jerusalem's Old City. A rights group said on August 24, …

Palestinian Security Forces Working to Avoid Escalation Ahead of Trump’s Visit

TEL AVIV — Palestinian security forces are undertaking significant efforts to avoid any escalation in tensions that arise as a result of the ongoing hunger strike of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails or attempts by Palestinian groups to inflame tensions ahead of President Trump’s visit here next week, a Palestinian security source has told Breitbart Jerusalem.

A Palestinian protester stands amid burning tires during clashes with Israeli security forces on a street leading to Duma village, on August 1, 2015, following a demonstration in reaction to the death of a Palestinian toddler burnt to death in an arson attack by suspected Jewish settlers in the West …

Netanyahu Threatens to Fire Bennett After Procedural Argument in Security Cabinet

The Jerusalem Post reports: The relationship between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Education Minister Naftali Bennett erupted at Wednesday’s security cabinet meeting, with the premier reportedly threatening to fire Bennett over the Bayit Yehudi leader’s objection to the meeting’s agenda.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu participates in a conversation at the Center for American Progress November 10, 2015 in Washington, DC.