Having already been shut down at the UN Security Council, Arab states now call for an emergency General Assembly meeting on Gaza, in the aftermath of 4 more Palestinians that were killed by IDF fire on the Gaza border, Friday.
The UN General Assembly will hold an emergency meeting next Wednesday at 3:00 pm (19:00 GMT) to vote on an Arab-backed resolution on Gaza, the body’s president Miroslav Lajcak announced Friday.
U.S. Amb. Nikki Haley blasts Hamas at UNSC, 30 May 2018 – Screenshot: YouTube
The resolution will condemn Israel, and will be similar to one vetoed by the United States in the Security Council last week, which called for protecting Palestinians from Israeli aggression, according to diplomats. Continue Reading »
With the help of a robot, Israel Police sapper neutralized the grenades after the IDF captured 3 Palestinian terrorists who infiltrated from Gaza; no injuries reported.
By Matazn Tzuri, Yoav Zitun
An IDF force on Tuesday morning arrested three Palestinians armed with knives and grenades after they had infiltrated Israel from the Gaza Strip. The terrorists were caught in the Tze’elim area, about 20 kilometers from the Gaza border.
A police sapper was dispatched to the area to neutralize the grenades with the help of a police robot.
The incident is being investigated. There were no reports of injuries. The IDF instructed Gaza vicinity residents to return to their routine schedule. Continue Reading »
Sharp reflexes of Israel’s Border Police successfully thwart what could have been a fatal tragedy, by neutralizing 2 armed Palestinian terrorists trying to stab security personal.
– Samaria Regional Council head, “Terror will not break us.”
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Border police thwarted at attempted stabbing attack against their forces at the Tapuach junction in the Samaria region of the West Bank on Tuesday afternoon.
An officer in an observation post noted two suspicious looking Palestinian men in the area of a bus station at the junction, according to police.
Palestinian terrorist (with knife between legs) neutralized by border police at the Tapuach junction in the West Bank, 23 Jan 2018. Continue Reading »
During a press conference at a New Year’s reception in Jerusalem, PM Netanyahu extols U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, “who tweeted the truth, unvarnished [and] straight forward” about why there is no peace.
By Itamar Eichner
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday evening that “it is only a matter of time” before Israeli security forces lay their hands on the terrorists responsible for Tuesday’s murder of Rabbi Raziel Shevah during a drive-by shooting near the outpost Havat Gilad.
“I spoke with the head of the Shin Bet. He updated me regarding the rigorous investigation that is being conducted on the murderous terror attack yesterday. Continue Reading »
BUSTED: During joint pre-dawn operations, the IDF forces working with the Shin Bet internal security agency and Israel Border Police nab 10 wanted terrorists, uncover and confiscate an illegal weapons cache, along with tens of thousands of shekels funded by Hamas.
By David Rosenberg
Israeli security forces operating in Judea and Samaria overnight apprehended 14 suspects wanted in Israel for a variety of offenses, including 10 terrorists involved in attacks on Israeli civilians and security personnel.
Guns and amunition confiscated in Samaria – Photo: IDF spokesperson’s unit
The 14 suspects were nabbed in a series of joint pre-dawn operations Tuesday morning involving the IDF, Israel Police, Shin Bet internal security agency, and Border Police. Continue Reading »
Israel averts deadly terror attack near Jerusalem Thursday with a joint operation involving the Shin Bet, Israel Police, and the Border Guard’s special Yamam unit capturing the five Arab terrorist cell.
By David Rosenberg
Israeli authorities captured five terrorists on their way to commit a terror attack east of Jerusalem Thursday afternoon.
The five terrorists, all residents of the Hevron region in Judea, were arrested in al-Eizariya, a Palestinian Authority-controlled city just east of Jerusalem.
Shin Bet & Israel Police – Israel Police
The arrest was carried out by members of the Yamam special police force unit (top photo) of the Border Police in a joint operation with Israel Police. Continue Reading »
The 2 Arab 17 yr-olds from Jabel Mukaber, south-east of Jerusalem, were surveilled by Border Police conspicuously holding a bag unusually full & heavy, that after inspection, contained nine glass bottles, 2 of them already prepared as petrol-bombs, 2 large plastic bottles of gasoline and a knife.
A prosecutor’s statement was filed Monday against two 17-year-old residents of Jabel Mukaber in south-east Jerusalem, for carrying and manufacturing weapons. The two are expected to be indicted sometime during the week after having been caught with Molotov cocktails, fuel and a knife.
Israel Border Guard police (MAGAV) on patrol – Photo: Israel Police Spokesperson’s Division
The two were caught at the beginning of last week after they were surveilled by a police force and by Border Police operating in the area, who noticed that they were carrying a school bag that looked abnormally heavy and full. Continue Reading »
PMW REPORT: Palestinian autocrat Mahmoud Abbas himself received relatives of terrorist prisoners at his office to honor and promote imprisoned terrorists as one of the PA’s main concerns.
The current hunger strike held by imprisoned Palestinian terrorists gave the Palestinian Authority (PA) another opportunity to promote one of its female role models, Um Nasser Abu Hmeid, reports Palestinian Media Watch.
Latifa Abu Hmeid (her proper name) is famous in the PA for being the mother of four imprisoned terrorists, all of whom are serving life sentences. She has joined the hunger strike in solidarity with her sons and the other imprisoned terrorists. Continue Reading »
In 3 overnight multi-agency operations across Judea and Samaria, the IDF, Border Police, Israel Police, and Shin Bet security agency, apprehended 9 wanted terrorists, while seizing firearms & cash used to promote terrorism.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
A joint overnight operation of the IDF, Border Police, and Judea and Samaria District police netted nine wanted terrorists and a large illegal weapon stash.
Four of the suspects arrested in the raids were wanted for past terror attacks targeting Israeli civilians and security forces.
Cache of weapon parts uncovered – IDF Spokesperson’s Unit
According to an IDF spokesperson, the suspects included three members of the Islamic Jihad terror group and two members of Hamas. Continue Reading »
UN official blasts Israel’s self-defense procedures against knife-wielding Palestinian terrorists, questioning Israel’s use of live fire to neutralize armed Arab terrorists in the commission of deadly stabbing attacks.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
The United Nations special rapporteur to Judea, Samaria, and Gaza said on Thursday he was “very concerned” by Israel’s use of live fire in dealing with Arab terrorists during stabbing attacks.
Michael Lynk, UN Special Rapporteur on human rights in the Palestinian territories – Screenshot: UN Web TV
“Lethal force is supposed to be used as a last resort and only when there is a legitimate threat to a security officer’s life,” Michael Lynk, the UN special rapporteur on human rights in Judea, Samaria, and Gaza, told AFP. Continue Reading »
In an attempted vehicular terrorist attack Sunday night, the Palestinian driver was neutralize while attempting to run over Border Guard police in the Shuafat refugee camp in Jerusalem, leaving the passengers to be arrested afterwards.
By Roi Yanovsky and Elior Levy
A Palestinian vehicle leaving the Shuafat refugee camp in east Jerusalem attempted to run over Police and Border Police forces Sunday night in an attempted terrorist attack. There were no injuries to Israeli forces.
Vehicle used in the attack
Police said the vehicle approached them at high speed, trying to hit them. Forces began the accepted procedure to stop a suspicious vehicle, but the driver refused to slow down. Continue Reading »
Palestinian terrorists, Muhammed Muhamra & Khalid Muhamra’s homes were destroyed after the Supreme Court rejected family’s petitions, saying: Destroying the homes of terrorists “significantly contributes to deterrence at this time.”
By Lilach Shoval, AP and Israel Hayom Staff
The Israeli military, in cooperation with the Civil Administration in Judea and Samaria, demolished the homes of the two Palestinian terrorists behind the deadly attack at Tel Aviv’s Sarona Market in June.
The two Palestinian terrorists behind the deadly attack at Tel Aviv’s Sarona Market, and their accomplice – Photo: Yossi Zeliger
The military says the West Bank homes of cousins Muhammed Muhamra and Khalid Muhamra were demolished early Thursday. Continue Reading »
Trump characterized the American commitment to Israel’s security as “of paramount importance,” after condemning the actions of the “uncivilized world.”
By MICHAEL WILNER
Washington – Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Thursday condemned an attack on civilians in Tel Aviv as an act of terror backed by the “uncivilized world,” warning that as president, extremist militant organizations such as Hamas will find “no refuge” on his watch.
In a statement, Trump said he awaits details of the event, which involved at least three Palestinian perpetrators shooting nine Israeli civilians in a popular Tel Aviv market. Four victims have died. Continue Reading »
Defense Minister Liberman tells IDF to stop handing over dead terrorists to the PA for burial, while the National Security Council is to submit plans for creating a cemetery for terrorists.
By Hezki Baruch
Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman instructed the IDF Thursday to desist from its policy of handing over terrorists’ bodies to the Palestinian Authority for burial.
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Celebratory funeral in eastern Jerusalem – Photo: Reuters
His instruction was given despite the recommendation of the IDF and the Israel Security Agency (ISA or Shin Bet) to return terrorists’ bodies, because not doing so could cause Arab anger and violence.