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Counter-terrorism bureau says Iran deal signed last month has not changed threat posed by Shi’ite groups.
By BEN HARTMAN
The house set to be destroyed belongs to the family of Maher Hamdi a-Shalmon, who was affiliated with Islamic Jihad when he carried out a fatal attack in Alon Shvut last November.
Opposition leader Issac Herzog warned of the prospect of a third intifada, Defense Minister Eli Ben-Dahan suggested the attack may be related to High Court's decision to release hunger striker.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The PA claims Israeli soldiers have been given the green light to open fire and kill Palestinians.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
The Border Policeman returned to the scene of the incident: "I felt a blow to my shoulder, I turned around and pushed the terrorist away from me."
By MAARIV ONLINE
According to Ibrahim Shahade Sha’ar – accused of terrorist activity – told interrogators that Iran has been transferring money, supplying military equipment and training members of Hamas.
By YOSSI MELMAN
One Israeli man lightly injured and evacuated to hospital, suspect shot by IDF on scene.
"He was ordered to gather data for Hezbollah's target list," Shin Bet says.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon reportedly approved further arrests of Israelis accused of committing acts of terror against Palestinians.
Both the groups call on their members in the West Bank to escalate the violence against Israelis.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
Wednesday's meeting had been originally tabled to discuss clashes that had erupted at the Temple Mount over Ramadan late last month.
By DANIEL J. ROTH
The prime minister says to use all legal means possible to catch the killers of toddler Ali Dawabsha and bring them to justice.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Amid an increase in tensions between Palestinians and the IDF, Abbas orders security services to prevent attacks to maintain perceived advantage.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,YAAKOV LAPPIN
Senior security source says suspects are considered to have committed a hate crime.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN,JPOST.COM STAFF
18-month-old Ali Dawabsha burned to death in Duma arson attack believed to be carried out by Jewish terrorists.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN,TOVAH LAZAROFF
The shooting comes after Hamas called for a Palestinian "day of rage" after a toddler in the West Bank was killed by a suspected far-right Jewish terrorist.
Israeli and Palestinian Authority security forces are on high alert in Jerusalem and the West Bank as Hamas calls for "day of rage."
The PLO claims its calls for international protection have so far been ignored.
Netanyahu: On behalf of the citizens of Israel, I would like to commiserate with the family of Ali Dawabsha; MK Herzog: incident requires national mourning.
A year after it looked like a new intifada was about to break out, the Holy City appears to have calmed down.
By PEGGY CIDOR
“The PA teaches its children to reject Israel’s right to exist, encourages them to view Jews as evil and directs them to embrace terrorist murderers as role models.”
By HAYAH GOLDLIST-EICHLER
Hamas operative released in Shalit deal orchestrated attack, security forces say; member of Hamas West Bank leadership also involved; PA arrests 2 members of the Hamas cell
Meir Indor, CEO of the Almagor Terror Victims Association, speaks about his opposition to prisoner swaps in exchange for Israeli hostages, as well as the death penalty for terrorists.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
Biden told a packed arena that the ideology that drove Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez, a 24-year-old engineer, to go on a rampage at two local military facilities was no match for national character.
Hamza bin Laden, who has ambitions to lead alQaida, the terrorist organization founded by his father, posted an audio message calling “for the targeting of Jewish American interests globally.”
While the bombing has never been resolved, Iran is widely believed to be responsible for it, along with the bombing two years earlier of the Israeli Embassy in Buenos Aires.
An emotional memorial ceremony took place last week to mark 13 years since the terrorist attack at the Hebrew University.
By TAMARA UNGAR
Leading Jewish group head slams Abbott for suggesting Islamic State "is in some respects worse than the Nazis."
Operation comes days after a 26-year-old Moroccan man was accused of attacking passengers on a train in France.
French interior minister: Suspect is possibly a 26-year-old man of Moroccan descent identified to Spanish, French authorities in 2014 as having ties to radical Islamic groups.
The blast went off right at the spot where tourists, including Israelis at times, congregate daily and where female vendors sell flower garlands, joss sticks and votive offerings for the spirits.
By TIBOR KRAUSZ
The particular method used – the laying of an improvised explosive device – could indicate which groups were more likely than others to carry out the attacks.
Police chief said the suspect, who was wearing a yellow shirt and was seen in a first CCTV image with a backpack and then in a later one without the bag, could be Thai or a foreigner.
Bangkok shrine a tourist attraction, also popular with Thais; no immediate claim of responsibility; bomb was on motorcycle, police say.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
Republican Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal traveled to Lafayette, a city of about 120,000 people roughly 55 miles (90 km) southwest of Baton Rouge.
The other four killed were Marines at a Naval Reserve Center, a military official said in Washington, DC.
The amendment to the law governing terrorism financing and money laundering creates new obligations for lawyers and accountants to scrutinize the identity and business purposes of their clients.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Israeli, Palestinian officials say fire is not linked to arson in which two members of family were killed.
By BEN HARTMAN,KHALED ABU TOAMEH,TOVAH LAZAROFF
UN, US urge restraint after IDF retaliatory raid against Syrian Golan.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,BEN HARTMAN,MICHAEL WILNER
They insisted that Yishai Schlissel, who murdered Banki, was not representative of the haredi community.
By JEREMY SHARON
Spokesperson of human rights group says government's tougher stance against settler violence is an attempt to appease public outrage over Duma attack.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
The decrees were signed due to the suspects'"involvement in extremist Jewish organizations," a source close to the defense minister said.
By BEN HARTMAN,YAAKOV LAPPIN
“We are citizens of the United States, we and our children were born there and raised in a democracy,” Sarah Mayer, mother of suspect Mordechai Mayer said.
By BEN HARTMAN,LAHAV HARKOV,YAAKOV LAPPIN
A security source said Ettinger is suspected of being part of an 'extremist infrastructure.'
He argued that the problem is due to the failure of many people to conceive of these types of attacks as terrorism.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Left-wing MKs say Right should take responsibility for Jewish terror attacks, not just criticize them.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Almost 20 years after his assassination, Yitzhak Rabin's sister speaks out against recent Jewish violence: "The atmosphere [of hatred] is returning."
The Hadassah Medical Center announced that her family has agreed to donate her organs.
By BEN HARTMAN,JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
The condemnation issued Friday was over an arson committed Thursday at two Palestinian homes near Nablus. An 18-month-old baby perished in the fire, which injured several of his relatives.
If the government really wishes Israel to remain free, democratic and westernized it has to immediately change its state of mind. Not tomorrow. Today.
The president of The Ivory Coast's National Assembly attributes the surge in terrorism to world wide unemployment.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Soro said that he and his delegation were in Israel to strengthen bi-lateral relations and cooperation
New legislation defines terrorism and makes it easier to convict terrorists, while another bill would keep killers in prison longer.
Alarms on Gaza border will alert units of enemy attacks • Device linked to radars that scan for aerial threats.
Knesset votes down bill that would make it easier to ban politicians who voiced support for terrorism 41 to 38.
Bennett: We will not allow any more terrorists to be released; bill seeks to double punishment for repeat-offender terrorists.
Bills sponsor MK Sharon Gal lists the names of the many right-wing ministers and MKs who professed to support the bill before the prime minister came out against it.
Reforms are harder to implement when economic growth is slow
By PAUL RIVLIN
Reginald Levy, a British pilot for a Belgian airline, tells a real-life tale of terrorism and heroism.
By STEVE LINDE
‘The Seven Good Years’ depicts the strange eccentricities of Israeli life through humor and wit.
By NOA AMOUYAL
“And after these few days, I feel like I knew her, even though I’d never met her, because there’s just been an outpouring of love toward her, and appreciation.”
By JASON SHALTIEL
The law also details sentences for various terrorism crimes ranging from five years to the death penalty.
Newlyweds from Mississippi were arrested by undercover FBI agents after planning a fake honeymoon to Europe in order to travel to ISIS-controlled Syria.
Terrorists are said to be planning a highly deadly attack at the upcoming VJ Day parade in London.
The announcement came after a car bomb exploded at a checkpoint near the kingdom's highest security prison on Thursday.
Such incidents at sea are rare, though Egypt is battling an Islamist insurgency in the region.
In the photos, then-US President George W. Bush met with senior cabinet members at the President's Emergency Operations Center in the White House.
Hysterical attempts to equate ideological driven crimes by fringe Jewish extremists with
Arab Muslim terrorism is substantively wrong and strategically detrimental
By MARTIN SHERMAN
"In order for our society to be able to plead innocence, we must do everything possible so that these despicable acts will not be repeated."
By REUVEN HAMMER
Readers respond to the latest 'Jerusalem Post' articles.
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
"Every society produces sinners; It is absurd to expect Israeli society to be criminal-free; This expectation reflects a reverse bigotry, putting Israel, Zionism and the Jewish people on probation."
By GIL TROY
"With the stroke of the defense minister’s pen, three young Israelis were hauled away by police, denied due process and the right to a fair trial, and tossed into prison."
By MICHAEL FREUND
The battle against Jewish terrorism cannot be fought exclusively on formal, legal grounds. There is also the level of public opinion and education. And here the issue is much more complicated.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
Jewish terrorism? There is no such thing! You can only print retractions of the errors of your content. Yet you are the right hand of the problem, not the solution.
Public attention has been diverted from foiling the Iran nuclear deal in Congress by sanctimonious hand-wringing over crimes of individual perpetrators on outer fringes of Israeli society.
After the Iran deal, young Jews should be asking... and ready to answer
By RAPHAEL SHORE
The perpetrators have yet to be found, but the writing on the wall doesn’t leave much room for doubt.
By LIOR AKERMAN
It was only to be expected that two unrelated homicidal attacks would instigate the current blame-fest against the majority of the nation.
By SARAH HONIG
The perpetrator of the crime in the gay parade is an ultra-Orthodox, fanatic Jew, who had already served 10 years in prison for a similar offense.
By YOSEF KLEINER
The government must take aggressive steps and put in place all the operative and legal measures necessary to act as it would against any type of terrorism.
By ILAN EVYATAR
The test of a society’s morality is how it responds to murderers and acts of terror.
By ITAMAR MARCUS
Human rights be damned.
By BEN HARTMAN-POLICE & THIEVES
State will continue to struggle to contain threat if light sentences are handed out when nobody is injured.
Israelis have no right to be shocked by the murder of 18-month-old Ali Dawabsha.
By JEFF BARAK
Their interpretations were learned by great scholars of later generations.
And so ends a week of unrest that can only be considered insurgence against the state of Israel – from within.
By DAVID BRINN
New legislation allows the prosecution to demand a 10-year term without having to prove intent to harm.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Recognizing the dangers presented by the various expressions of reactionary, nihilistic Islamic ideology is a prerequisite for fully comprehending the single biggest threat to Western civilization.
Let’s look at the typical profile of the “lone wolf” in the West. Abdulazeez was born in Kuwait in 1990 to a Palestinian father, and he carried a Jordanian travel document, not Kuwaiti citizenship.