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Stephen M. Flatow
Fanning the flames of fire in Israel
Treating attempts to burn down Israel as unremarkable—as not even worthy of news coverage—is akin to saying that we should expect Palestinians to behave that way. It’s saying that they are inherently incapable of being rational, reasonable and peaceful.
As fields burn, IDF mulls use of multi-rotor drones against Palestinian ‘fire kites’
About 86 acres of grain fields have been burned in the fires, at a cost of nearly NIS 175,000 ($48,000).
Stephen M. Flatow
Invasion of the ‘body counters’
Don’t be fooled by claims that the media emphasizes the number of casualties simply because they’re reporting the most important fact of the story.
Two Palestinians convicted of murdering their Jewish boss
According to details of their plea deal, the men conducted the attack for nationalistic reasons. The two will be sentenced in June.
Israel’s security forces brace for a spike in Palestinian tensions
Many plots have been broken up, but tensions tend to rise this time of year, coupled with the Trump administration’s proposed moving of the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in May.
Israeli forces capture terrorist behind murder of Ben Gal
Israeli Arab terrorist Abed al-Karim Adel Assi was captured in Nablus, along with several other suspects who aided his Feb. 5 escape.
Knesset passes two laws aimed at Palestinian terrorism and incitement
One allows the state to revoke the permanent residence status of convicted terrorists. The other allows Israeli police to retain possession of terrorists’ bodies in order to prevent mass politicized processions.
Palestinian terrorist receives four life sentences for murdering Jewish family
Palestinian terrorist Omar al-Abed was sentenced to four life sentences for the murder of four members of the Salomon family in Neve Tzuf in July 2017.
Despite reward for fugitive Palestinian terrorist, U.S. and Jordan remain slow to act
Relatives of the terrorist’s victims are expressing disappointment and anger at what they call a half-hearted U.S. effort in this and similar cases.
IDF terminates Palestinian terrorist behind murder of Israeli father of six Rabbi Raziel Shevach
Ahmed Nassar Jarrar, the head of the Palestinian terror cell that on Jan. 9 murdered Israeli father of six and volunteer medic Rabbi Raziel Shevach, a resident of the Havat Gilad settlement, was killed early Tuesday morning by IDF forces.
Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies
In Jenin, terrorists get what they deserve. In Gaza, they don’t
The night of January 17, 2018, we were witness to another reminder of the success of the hard-hitting strategy adopted by the IDF towards the Arabs in the West Bank – and the failure of containment in Gaza.
IDF arrests family members of terrorist behind drive-by shooting
The IDF on Tuesday morning reportedly arrested Suhaib Nassar Jarrar, the brother of Palestinian terrorist Ahmad Nassar Jarrar, believed to be behind the death of Rabbi Raziel Shevach.
Bomb discovered at Joseph’s Tomb ahead of Jewish visitation to holy site
A bomb was found, and then detonated in a controlled blast by IDF forces on Monday night at the Jewish holy site of Joseph’s tomb in the West Bank city of Nablus.
IDF bolsters Samaria forces, searches for Palestinian terrorists after deadly attack
The IDF significantly increased its forces and bolstered its intelligence operations in Samaria on Wednesday after an Israeli father of six was killed in a drive-by shooting terror attack near Nablus the previous day.