Entry permits for 83,000 Palestinians, (including the permits for 204 relatives of the captured terrorists) to visit Israel have been revoked, as IDF deploys 2 additional battalions to the West Bank after deadly Palestinian terrorist attack in Tel Aviv.
By News agencies
Israel on Thursday imposed a series of sweeping restrictions on Palestinian movement and deployed hundreds of additional troops to the West Bank in response to a terror attack that killed four Israelis and wounded 16 others in Tel Aviv.
The shooting, carried out by two West Bank Palestinians, targeted a crowded tourist and restaurant district in the heart of Tel Aviv and was among the deadliest and most brazen attacks in a nine-month wave of violence. Continue Reading »
West Bank Arabs no longer permitted to travel to Gaza after Hamas claimed responsibility for deadly drive-by shooting attack.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
Israel said Wednesday it was revoking permits for hundreds of Palestinian Arabs living in Judea and Samaria to visit relatives in Gaza after a series of terror attacks on Israelis – several of them fatal.
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The announcement by COGAT, the agency that manages civilian affairs between Israel, the PA, and Gaza was the latest reversal to measures easing movement for Palestinians during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. Earlier Tuesday, COGAT announced it would tighten access of Palestinian Arabs to the Temple Mount.
The month long fast of purification is when Muslims try to ‘quit lying, profanity & gossiping’, or for many others, it’s a way to just lose weight.
By Hassan Shaalan
The Muslim world is on Thursday celebrating the start of the month of Ramadan, when Muslims fast from early morning to night and pray for a whole month.
Shop stocked up for the holiday in Taybeh
Countless people around the world and Israel will consecrate the next month to the purification of the soul by avoiding food, drink, smoking, and sexual relations. In the Arab sector they point out that during Ramadan many will try to “quit lying, gossip and profanity.” Continue Reading »