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Pregnant Jewish woman and six others gunned down in Hanukkah terror attack
Video of the attack showed a white car driving up to the post and slowing down as it passed a group of Jews standing at the stop. The travelers are seen scrambling away as they were sprayed with bullets, with the car immediately driving away.
Israel Civil Administration reports PA planting trees to lay claim to land
The aim? According to Israel’s Land Law, the continual agricultural presence of a farmer affords him rights to the land.
Israel discovers new, second Hezbollah terror tunnel
IDF spokesman Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus says the tunnel reaches Israel, but it “does not pose an imminent threat to Israeli communities.”
Tel Aviv-Yafo mayor lights Hanukkah menorah in renewed Dizengoff Square
Mayor of Tel Aviv-Yafo Ron Huldai inaugurated the renewed Dizengoff Square by lighting the fourth Hanukkah candle of the central Chabad menorah, together with Rabbi Joseph Gerlitzky.
IRGC commanders threaten US with missile, drone, cyber capabilities
Commanders of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) have referred extensively to Iran’s offensive capabilities against U.S. targets, presumably in an attempt to deter the United States from taking military action, as well as new economic measures, against Iran.
Senior Chad official defends President Déby’s visit to Israel
Sec.-Gen. of Chad’s ruling Party Mahamat Zene Bada defends President Déby’s “courageous” visit to Israel: “We can benefit from learning from Israel; it is a normal thing to do.”
Qatar book fair continues to sell anti-Semitic books, despite ADL pressure
Dan Lavie and Israel Hayom Staff
“Once again, this high-profile, government-sponsored book fair is being used to promote blatantly anti-Semitic books that deny the Holocaust, and accuse Jews of controlling the world and trying to undermine Islam,” said Jonathan A. Greenblatt, ADL CEO and national director.
Survey: 38 percent of Jews in Europe may leave
Nearly one-third (30 percent) of respondents said they had personally experienced anti-Semitic attacks. Most of those were people whose appearance identified them as Jews.
Netanyahu pushes bill to expose donors behind nonprofit organizations
The bill aims to prevent the left from teaming with foreign donors who reportedly plan to spend millions on campaigns to convince the public to vote the Israeli prime minister out of office.
Brazil delivers on its promise to vote with Israel at UN
Brazil’s president-elect Jair Bolsonaro ran as an anti-establishment candidate who would blaze a new path, including on foreign policy.
Netanyahu says Israel is preventing Iran from taking over the Middle East
Erez Linn and Israel Hayom Staff
“They want not only to conquer all Muslims who don’t share their faith or subjugate and kill them, [but also] go against all the infidels. And guess who the great Satan is? The U.S. And who the small Satan is? Israel. We just happen to be closer,” said the Israeli prime minister.
Bahrain foreign minister defends Israeli campaign to eliminate Hezbollah tunnels
Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa wrote on his Twitter account: “Is terrorist Hezbollah’s digging of the tunnels under Lebanon’s border not a flagrant threat to Lebanon’s stability, which it shares responsibility for?”
Fatah ‘sends love’ to bomb-maker 50 years after her death
Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik
Palestinian Media Watch
Fatah is following the Palestinian Authority Ministry of Education, who thinks so highly of a potential female suicide-bomber that it has named two schools after her.
Tunnels on their minds, IDF soldiers at Lebanon border take time for Hanukkah celebration
“We also simply wanted to thank the soldiers for everything they are doing for us, and for the entire Jewish people,” says yeshivah student Sruli Brook, 20. “They put their lives on the line for all of us each day, and they deserve our thanks and gratitude.”
Danon: ‘We don’t play defense anymore at the UN’
The fruits of this labor were on display this week when the U.N. General Assembly considered a U.S.-sponsored resolution condemning the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas for the first time. The resolution received strong support, especially from Israel’s allies in Europe and elsewhere.