Thirty years on, a former soldier recounts 30 days that opened his eyes to the price of occupation
Israeli prime minister echoes ministers who called for the death penalty to be put to use against terrorist who murdered family in Halamish.
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According to the indictment he made up his mind to attack, kill Jews and become a martyr after seeing Jews on the Temple Mount.
According to the Israeli mission at the UN, during the current wave of violence 47 of the acts of terrorism against Israelis have been carried out by Palestinian youth.
Earlier this week, Iran's ambassador to Lebanon said that Tehran would offer $7,000 to the families of each Palestinian killed in what he called the "Al-Quds Intifada."
The wave of attacks lacks not just a name and an ending but also a definite starting point. The violence stretches back so far it has no beginning.
The provocative behavior of Arab Knesset members adds an entirely new layer to Israeli-Arab support of terrorism against the state.
The telltale signs are: First, the perpetrating terrorist’s profile, Second, each terrorist attack spurs imitation on the Palestinian side.
Israel is standing strong in this war against terrorism. Despite the difficulties, Israeli forces are once again using all of their energy and resources to combat terrorism.