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Bill authorizing death penalty for Palestinian murderers given OK by Netanyahu
Though Israel does allow for the death penalty, it was only used once—in 1962 for the execution of Nazi official Adolf Eichmann for his part in engineering the Holocaust.
The Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
Bethlehem after Oslo: Terror spiked in Israel’s absence
When the Palestinians had exclusive responsibility for security in Bethlehem, Palestinian snipers sat on the rooftops, shooting at soldiers and Jewish visitors to Rachel’s Tomb.
Israel should be uprooting Gaza’s Jew-hatred
Israel has been reluctant to use massive force against terrorist enemies hiding in civilian urban areas like Gaza and increasingly focuses more on fighting anti-Israel propaganda than defeating its adversaries on the battlefield.
The IsraelForever Foundation
Cashing in on terror
If you kill a Jew and get killed (jackpot), then you get the most cash. If you stab a Jew and kill him/her but are merely wounded, then you get second prize, a lot less money.
Palestinian terrorist killed amid attempted stabbing attack in Samaria
Lilach Shoval, Shlomi Diaz and Israel Hayom Staff
Assailant attempts to stab soldiers stationed at a security checkpoint near the Barkan Industrial Park in Samaria • Attempted stabbing is the third terror incident in the area in the span of a week.
IDF captures Arab terrorist who stabbed reserve soldier
The operation was carried out by the General Security Service, the Israel Defense Forces and the Border Police Counter-terrorism Unit (Yamam).
Netanyahu vows to apprehend ‘heinous’ Barkan terrorist
“We grieve today for Kim Levengrond Yehezkel and Ziv Hajbi, may God avenge their blood. We will catch this heinous killer and we will settle the score. Israeli blood will not be spilled in vain,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says as the manhunt for the gunmen continues.
Families of terror victims call for vengeance as new details on Barkan attack emerge
After she was shot in the stomach, Kim Levengrond Yehezkel managed to flee the room and hide under her desk. She was found by two stockroom workers—one Arab and one Jew—who took care of her until paramedics arrived.
IDF manhunt for Barkan park terrorist enters third day
The IDF manhunt for Ashraf Na’alowa, a 23-year-old electrician for the Alon Group who shot to death two Israeli co-workers at the Barkan Industrial Park in Samaria, has entered its third day, with troops conducting pre-dawn raids and arrests.
An evil in our midst …
Even with the recent atrocities, the world will continue throwing money at the murderous Palestinian Authority and demand that Israel reward them with a state of their own.
Zahava Englard Shapiro
In the absence of leadership
We wait for our leadership to stand as proud Jews against our enemies. With strength of conviction and a desire to be victorious.
Fatah blames Israel for murder of two workers at industrial park
Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik
Palestinian Media Watch
Fatah: “The Israeli government ... is incapable of protecting anyone that steals the Palestinian land,” implying Israeli guilt in the murder.
Dr. Haim Shine
Incitement breeds a despicable murderer
The terrorist who killed his former colleagues was influenced by years of incitement against Jews and Israelis; by the sense that killing Jews will give him status in Palestinian society; and that becoming a martyr will sanctify him and pave his way to the Muslim Paradise.
Israeli minister criticizes EU’s reaction to deaths of two in industrial-park attack
“Could it be that the E.U. agrees with the Palestinian terrorist’s motivations just not his methods?” asks Michael Oren, Israel’s Deputy Minister of Diplomacy.
First of two terror victims laid to rest in emotional funeral
“I want to assure you that we will never forget you,” cried Kim Levengrond Yehezkel’s husband, Guy. “We will raise our Kai just as you wanted, and you will always remain my best friend.”