Israeli Public Security Minister lauds President Trump’s anti-terror coalition, saying changes are already being felt, but implores the US to stop funding those who incite jihad, which is still openly prevalent in Palestinian culture as “Abbas is sending a message to children growing up in the PA that terror pays.”
By Israel Today Staff
Israel Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan on Tuesday urged the Trump Administration to stop send US taxpayers’ dollars to the Palestinian Authority.
Erdan was speaking at the World Leaders Plenary of the American Jewish Committee’s annual Global Forum in Washington, DC.
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President Trump tells Palestinian leadership a serious message in Bethlehem.
The Hamas leader in Gaza, Ismail Haniyeh, unimpressed with Mahmoud Abbas’s propaganda remark to Christian media that the current ‘knife attacks’ were the result of Palestinians’ despair, said, “This intifada is a jihad, a holy war fought by the Palestinian people against the Zionist occupation. Only a holy war will drive the occupier out of Palestine.”
By Daniel Siryoti
Hamas leader in the Gaza Strip Ismail Haniyeh declared Tuesday that the motive driving the recent wave of Palestinian terrorism was the desire to wage an all-out war against Israel.
A call to Jihad on Facebook
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“This intifada is not the result of despair.
An Italian Jihadist cell that planned attacks in Israel, Italy the U.S. & have been arrested. The Italian police are still searching for 2 more suspects.
Italian police arrested four men on Tuesday, who are suspected of planning terrorist attacks in Italy, the US and Israel, reports Reuters News. One of the arrested men is believed to be a Tunisian former imam at a mosque in the city of Andria, in the southern Italian region of Puglia, where police said the terror cell was based. According to paramilitary police, the men aimed to train terrorists and send them to fight abroad, and are suspected of conspiracy to commit international terrorism and incite racial hatred. Continue Reading »