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Bennett says security forces recently foiled more than 15 terrorist attacks

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said Tuesday that a string of recent deadly terrorist attacks in Israel should serve as a wake-up call, but that more than 15 other such attacks had been foiled recently.

“The last two weeks, in which we have been dealing with severe terrorist attacks, are a wake-up call for all of us,” Bennett told reporters…

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6 arrested during 4th night of clashes between police and Palestinians in Jerusalem

Police said six Palestinians were detained during clashes at the Damascus Gate entrance to Jerusalem’s Old City on Tuesday, as Palestinians gathered to celebrate Ramadan.

The suspects hurled stones and other items and launched fireworks at officers, police said.

It was the fourth night in a row of scuffles at Damascus Gate, an entrance to…

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Hamas TV airs reenactment of 2002 Immanuel terrorist attack

On April 1, 2022, Hamas’s Al-Aqsa TV aired a video reenactment of the deadly July 2002 terrorist attack near the town of Immanuel in Judea and Samaria.

In the attack, Hamas terrorists disguised themselves as Israeli soldiers, immobilized a civilian bus with roadside bombs and opened fire on the passengers and rescue workers with rifles.


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Clashes erupt overnight between Palestinians, Israeli security forces

Clashes broke out in the areas of Jenin, Bethlehem and Jerusalem throughout Monday evening and Tuesday overnight.

Palestinians threw Molotov cocktails and clashed with Israeli security forces near Jenin, with one seriously injured, and near Bethlehem, where the IDF entered the village of Beit Fajjar to make arrests, Palestinian media reported….

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KKK flyers found on Illinois U campus for second time in recent weeks

Flyers were found at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign campus claiming to be from the Ku Klux Klan, the school’s newspaper The Daily Illini reported last Thursday.

In an official letter to students and faculty, the university’s chancellor Robert J. Jones said: “This round of messages uses references to the Ku Klux Klan to bring…

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On visit to Israeli field hospital in Ukraine, Horowitz blasts Russian ‘war crimes’

Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz on Monday visited the Israeli field hospital in western Ukraine, becoming the first cabinet member to enter the war-torn country since the start of the Russian invasion.

Horowitz thanked medical staff at the Kochav Meir hospital in Mostyska, about 50 kilometers (30 miles) west of Lviv, for their “holy work”…

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Israeli-American naval medical personnel drill sets up ‘hospital at sea’

A 10-day, large-scale American-Israeli navy drill recently included joint activities by medical personnel from both fleets, including the setting up of a hospital at sea onboard Israel’s largest type of sea vessel.

The Deputy Surgeon General of the Israeli Navy, Lt. Cdr. Dr. Y, told JNS in recent days that the joint exercise focused on…

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New York Jewish leaders urge ‘concrete action’ after string of anti-Semitic attacks

Jewish New Yorkers are demanding action after two anti-Semitic acts occurred this past weekend, one caught on video and the other involving an attempted attack with weapons on six teenage boys.

“We are horrified once again by a targeted anti-Semitic attack against those in traditional Jewish clothing,” Rabbi Yeruchim Silber, director of…

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Palestinian Muslim Scholar Claims Jews Started Ukraine War to Establish a Second Jewish State

A leading Palestinian Muslim scholar went on a bizarre rant on Turkish television, claiming that the Jews started the war in Ukraine in order to establish a new Jewish state there and “are now saying that the Temple and biblical Jerusalem are located in Ukraine and not in Palestine.”

According to a translation by the Middle East Media Research…

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‘March of the Living’ Resumes After 2-Year Hiatus: ‘Almost the Last Opportunity to March With Holocaust Survivors’

The International March of the Living will resume its annual pilgrimage to the remains of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camps in Poland this month following a two-year hiatus, with organizers calling it “almost the last opportunity to march alongside Holocaust survivors.”

Due to the ongoing war in Ukraine, which borders Poland, the march will be…

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Terrorism suspect arrested near Nachshonim Junction

IDF and Shin Bet forces arrested a suspect near the Nachshonim Junction, alleging that he intended to “carry out terrorist activity,” the Border Police spokesperson said on Sunday. The suspect, an illegal resident, was taken for questioning by the Shin Bet.

The road was temporarily closed, causing major traffic jams. It was later reopened after…

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Iran says it will return to Vienna only to finalize nuclear deal, not to negotiate

Iran will only return to Vienna to finalize an agreement to revive its landmark 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, foreign ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said Monday.

“We will not be going to Vienna for new negotiations but to finalize the nuclear agreement,” Khatibzadeh told reporters in Tehran.

However, Iran said there were still…

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U.S. sanctions target suspected suppliers to Iran ballistic missile program

Washington on Wednesday imposed sanctions on a procurement agent in Iran and his companies and accused them of helping to support Tehran’s ballistic missile program following missile attacks by suspected Iran-backed proxies against countries in the region.
In a statement issued as talks stalled on reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, the U.S….

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Cop Amir Khoury, who halted Bnei Brak terror, mourned as ‘hero of Israel’ at funeral

Family, friends, and vast crowds of people who had never met police officer Amir Khoury paid their last respects to the “hero of Israel” Thursday, hailing him for rushing to the scene of a deadly terror attack in Bnei Brak, stopping the killing, but paying with his life.

Thousands attended the funeral of Khoury, 32, a Christian Arab from Nof…

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Audit shows increase in anti-Semitic incidents, especially in Wisconsin schools

A new audit by the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation revealed an increase of 450 percent in reported anti-Semitic incidents in Wisconsin since 2015.

While the annual audit released last week also showed that the overall number of incidents went down 4 percent from 2020, in the last year there has been an 80…

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US envoy says Israel’s ‘hands not tied’ on Iran, even if nuke deal signed

US Ambassador to Israel Tom Nides said on Thursday Israel won’t be faced with any American restrictions if it wishes to act against Iran, whether or not a nuclear deal is signed between Tehran and world powers.

Asked in a Channel 12 interview if the US expects Israel to “sit quietly and not do anything” if a deal is signed, Nides replied:…

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Senate unanimously confirms Deborah Lipstadt as antisemitism monitor

The Senate in a voice vote unanimously confirmed Deborah Lipstadt, the Holocaust scholar who endured delays and a contentious hearing in her nomination to be antisemitism monitor.

The vote late Wednesday took mere seconds. “The ayes appear to have it,” Sen. Tammy Baldwin, the Wisconsin Democrat who was presiding over the session, said after…

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US targets Iran missile program with sanctions after strikes on regional rivals

The United States on Wednesday announced sanctions against Iranian defense companies after a spate of ballistic missile attacks on targets in Iraq, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates

The US and Iran’s neighbors blame Tehran for a March 13 strike on Erbil, Iraq, and for repeated missile strikes into Saudi Arabia and the UAE by…