Jerusalem homeless
Sexual abuse doubles, homelessness up 70% for youth amid coronavirus - report

Poverty, unemployment and food insecurity, paired with widespread anxiety and fear, have influenced the rise in violence and abuse. Elem participant: "People like us can die from staying at home."

Israeli police officers patrol on Jaffa Street in Jerusalem, June 25, 2020.
Why are police idle against violence, COVID-19 violations in Arab sector?

The pandemic is raging in Arab towns, mainly due to illegal weddings that are being held on the streets, due to the closure of wedding halls.

A school bus used for transporting New York City public school students is seen driving down 135th a
Man with knife attempts to enter NYC Jewish school bus

Volunteers from the Shomrim came to the scene quickly, while police allegedly took 30 minutes to arrive.

Clashes break out between hassidic pilgrims and Uman locals

Uman Mayor Oleksandr Tsebriy said that the city's residents, who fear the spread of the coronavirus, would prefer not to have visitors in the city this year.

Ehud Olmert to 'Post': Netanyahu wants blood

Today, I have the moral right to express these difficult words: Netanyahu wants blood. The real blood of citizens and of police officers.

Sara Netanyahu calls herself a 'battered woman,' receives backlash

"I feel like I've gone through sexual assault," Sara Netanyahu said and added that she's "going through a difficult time."

Psychiatric hospitals to strike for three hours after nurse assaulted

"The nurses union will not accept any manifestation of violence against the nurses who work with dedication and mission on behalf of the patients."

Police: 'Israel is in a state of social chaos'

"At some point, they began attacking [protesters] with knives, bats and glass bottles."

Business magnate George Soros arrives to speak at the Open Russia Club in London, Britain June 20, 2
Chicago Tribune demotes columnist who blamed George Soros for violent protests

On Monday, Tribune editor-in-chief Colum McMahon announced that he would reorganize the placement of the newspaper’s columnists and separate news coverage from opinion columns.

Public Security Minister Amir Ohana/Protesters outside Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's residence
Amir Ohana: Protests will end in blood

When asked whose blood he believes will be spilled, he had no answer.

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