The Jerusalem Post's top 5 stories of March 10

Police arrest hundreds of Palestinians illegally residing in Israel, Herzog tells Biden Jews need to be separated from Palestinians, 22,000 ISIS documents leaked by a former member, and more.

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1. As a response to a deadly Tel Aviv terror attack carried out by a Palestinian from Kalkilya Tuesday night, Police and Border Police officers have arrested hundreds of Palestinians illegally residing in Israel, in raids across the country the past two days.
Read more: Police target hundreds of Palestinian laborers as response to terror attacks
2. In his last will, the Palestinian terrorist who carried out a shooting attack in Jerusalem Wednesday demanded the Palestinian factions: "Do not claim responsibility for my martyrdom-seeking operation. I do not belong to any faction and my martyrdom is a sacrifice for Allah."
Read more: Jerusalem shooter's last will: 'Palestinian factions mustn’t claim responsibility for my attack'
3. If Israel does not take steps to separate from the Palestinians, Jews will continue to be killed in terror attacks and the two-state solution will be in danger, opposition leader Isaac Herzog told US Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday.
Read more: Herzog to Biden: Jews will continue to be murdered if we don't separate from the Palestinians
4.Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is "in his own category" among US President Barack Obama's deepest disappointments concerning Middle East leaders, journalist Jeffrey Goldberg wrote in a sprawling feature on Obama's foreign policy doctrine published in the Atlantic on Thursday.
Read more: 'Netanyahu among Obama's deepest disappointments concerning Mideast leaders'
5.Thousands of documents identifying 22,000 supporters of Islamic State in over 50 countries were handed over to Sky News by a disillusioned former member of the group, the British television channel reported on Thursday.
Read more: Disillusioned ISIS member turns over details of 22,000 supporters