Investigation by IMPACT-se, reveals hundreds of examples of extremism encouraging Jihad, violence, demonization & incitement against Israel & Jews in new Palestinian schoolbooks funded by the EU.
By Itamar Eichner
Federica Mogherini, the European Union’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, announced Wednesday that the body will scrutinize the new Palestinian textbooks for content that incites hate and violence, out of concern that EU aid funds are being used to promote hatred.
Courtesy of The Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center At the Israeli Intelligence Heritage and Commemoration Center
The announcement follows an investigation and campaign by IMPACT-se (Institute for Monitoring Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education). Continue Reading »
Palestinian Arab who once served a 9-year sentence in Israel for terrorist acts, was found guilty in Austria of belonging to Hamas, a terrorist group, and his unlawful use of social media by urging fellow Palestinians to kill Jews in Jerusalem.
By The Associated Press & Israel Hayom Staff
A Palestinian man in Austria has been sentenced to life imprisonment after an Austrian jury convicted him on terrorism-related charges for inciting fellow radicals to kill Jews in Jerusalem.
Palestinian incitement in ‘car intifada’ against Israelis – [illustrative]
The 27-year-old man, unnamed due to Austrian privacy laws, was also found guilty on Monday of belonging to a terrorist organization due to his affiliation with Hamas, which has ruled Gaza since seizing it in 2007. Continue Reading »
Refusing to heed IDF warnings to step away from border security fence, soldiers opened fire, hitting leg of 18 yr-old Palestinian, who reportedly died after IDF medics released him to the Red Crescent.
By REUTERS, YAAKOV LAPPIN
A Palestinian shot on Monday evening while sabotaging the West Bank security fence has died of his injuries, Palestinian medical sources said.
A protester places a Palestinian flag at the Israeli barrier fence in the West Bank village of Rafat near Ramallah – Photo: REUTERS
On Monday, according to an army spokeswoman, a group of Palestinians arrived at the security fence near the Palestinian village of Araka, west of Jenin, and began attacking the security barrier. Continue Reading »
Gov’t gears to evict Palestinians squatters who set up encampment in contested E-1 area of West Bank, stating that their presence poses security threat because it could provoke unrest.
Israeli security forces geared to evict the Palestinians staying in the Bab al-Shams outpost that was erected in the contested West Bank area of E1.
Bonfire at outpost – Photo: AFP
“An urgent evacuation is required due to a pressing security need,” the State said in a petition filed with the High Court of Justice late on Saturday.
Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein said in the document that the State has issued orders to define the outpost as a closed military zone and to remove squatters from its land. Continue Reading »
Arafat’s widow Suha admits in TV interview that her husband decided long before Sharon’s visit to Temple Mount that he would launch war of terror, another Intifada against Israel.
Yasser Arafat’s widow, Suha, admitted that the late leader of the “Palestinian” people had decided long before former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s contentious visit to the Temple Mount that he would launch a war of terror, a.k.a. “Intifada”, against the Jewish state.
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IDF soldiers patrolling along the border fence with Gaza earlier on Sunday evening, caught two Gaza residents when they tried to infiltrate the Negev in the Kissufim area.
By Elad Benari
IDF soldiers patrolling along the border fence with Gaza fired into the air on Sunday night, to deter several Palestinian Authority Arabs who approached the fence.
An IDF statement said that the soldiers had called on the Arabs to back away and return to Gaza. When the Arabs refused to heed the calls, the soldiers fired into the air.
The IDF said that there were no known injuries among the Arabs, who likely took off after the shooting. Continue Reading »
Poll shows that Palestinian Authority’s failure to educate its population for peace has set the stage for perpetual conflict.
By Israel Today Staff
Two new public opinion polls reveal that in the wake of the recent Gaza war, Palestinians are even more in favor of violence against Israel, and would hand Hamas the reins of the Palestinian Authority if elections were held today.
A poll conducted by the Ramallah-based Arab World for Research & Development found that an overwhelming 87.7 percent of Palestinian Arabs either agree or strongly agree that “armed struggle, as adopted by Hamas, is the best means of achieving Palestinian independence.” Continue Reading »
IDF soldiers fired at legs when warnings failed to deter Palestinian inciters attempting to vandalize and possibly breach border fence.
Palestinian succumbs to wound & dies Saturday
One of six Palestinians shot and wounded by Israeli troops on Friday while protesting at the Gaza Strip boundary fence died on Saturday, hospital officials said.
A Hamas police officer prevents Palestinians to approach near the Israeli Gaza border fence in east of Khan Younis, southern Gaza Strip, Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. – Photo by AP
The fortified fence and a 300-metre-deep zone on the Palestinian side – on which Israel has fired with the declared aim of keeping gunmen and infiltrators away from the border – have been a testing ground for the November 21 truce that ended the eight days of escalated fighting between the sides. Continue Reading »
Ahead of Sunday’s planned ‘fly-in,’ Israel’s Interior Minister sends airlines list of names of blacklisted activists, threatens punitive steps if companies allow them to board Israel-bound flights.
Dozens of pro-Palestinian activists were prevented from boarding Israel-bound flights on Friday, due to the fact that their names appeared on a blacklist distributed by the Israeli government to a number of European airlines.
Pro-Palestinian activists at Ben-Gurion International Airport - Photo by Ilan Assayag
The activists were on their way to participate in a fly-in protest against Israeli construction in West Bank settlements, scheduled to take place on Sunday. Last July, a similar “fly-in” took place, with over 300 international activists arriving in Israel, and 120 detained. Continue Reading »
It was one of al-Aqsa intifada’s most memorable events, with terrorists taking 200 civilians hostage. Ten years later, Palestinian deportees speak of regret, hopes of going home while for others, armed struggle still only available option
Yassin al-Harimi claims that he is a new man. A decade after he walked out of the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem, when the world’s eyes were all trained on it, the oldest of the Palestinians who were deported by Israel, a man who waited for the IDF‘s troops among dozens of Palestinians armed to the teeth with explosives, no longer believes that violence is the right path. Continue Reading »
Ambassador Prosor says OCHA rep in Jerusalem must be dismissed for claiming photo she posted via Twitter was of Palestinian girl killed in IAF strike; Israel found girl was killed in car crash
The Israel Mission to the UN has formally requested that the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) fire its national officer in Jerusalem, Khulood Badawi, due to her blatant anti-Israel activism, Fox News reported over the weekend.
Last week, the report said, Badawi used Twitter to send a picture of a bloodied child in her father’s arms with a caption: “Palestine is bleeding. Another child killed by Israel. Continue Reading »