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State Department to reward up to $5 million for key Hamas, Hezbollah leaders
The U.S. Department of State announced rewards of up to $5 million each for information or identification leading to the capture of the following terrorist figures: Hamas leader Saleh al-Aruri, and Hezbollah leaders Khalil Yusif Mahmoud Harb and Haytham ‘Ali Tabataba’i.
Foreign diplomats take tour of Barkan Industrial Park
Ten deputy ambassadors and senior U.N. officials visited Barkan Industrial Park in Samaria, as part of a joint program seeking to showcase the park as a prominent example of successful Israeli-Palestinian economic cooperation.
Report: Adolf Eichmann’s sons established Nazi terror cell in Argentina to attack Jews
Eli Leon and Israel Hayom Staff
Eichmann had four sons; the three eldest, Klaus, Horst and Dieter, remained loyal to him even after his death. The youngest, Ricardo, rejected him and said his execution was justified.
Latest attack and ensuing travel warning expose depth of Netherlands’ terror threat
Abigail R. Esman
Investigative Project on Terrorism
The U.S. State Department issued a travel warning on Sept. 28, cautioning tourists about a potential terrorist threat. The announcement came largely in response to an August attack at Amsterdam’s Central Station, in which two Americans were stabbed by a German Muslim extremist.
Report: Congress investigates $200,000 given to terrorist-designated group by US
Congress is investigating a 2014 decision by the Obama administration to give $200,000 to the Islamic Relief Agency, which the United States designated as a terrorist group in 2004 because it provided funding to Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
Meet ‘Joe,’ bringing objectivity to Mideast reporting in 280 characters or less
Enter Joseph Truzman, known on Twitter simply as “Joe.” What began as a hobby of tracking and documenting various Palestinian militant groups in Gaza has become the “go to” source for objective coverage of ongoing clashes in the enclave.
Justice Department designates Hezbollah as transnational crime group
The initiative follows the Hezbollah Financing and Narcoterrorism Team, which consists of prosecutors who have fought against terrorism, organized crime, money-laundering and international drug-trafficking.
Germany extradites Iranian official to Belgium
Iranian official Assadollah Assadi, 46, who worked in disguise as a diplomat, was extradited to Belgium to face trial for his role in a thwarted terrorist plot to bomb a political rally in France on June 30.
Barkan terror attack attempts to ‘sabotage the normalization’ of local Jews and Arabs
The horrific incident took place at the attacker’s and the three victims’ place of employment in the large Barkan Industrial Park, one of the few commercial centers to employ both thousands of Israelis and thousands of Palestinians, and a working example of coexistence.
Trump signs Anti-Terrorism Clarification Act into law
The measure “allows certain assets that are seized or frozen by the United States to be used to satisfy judgements against a terrorist party for claims based on an act of terrorism,” according to the White House.
German police accuse Syrian refugee of plotting chemical attack in Israel
German police arrest a 21-year-old Syrian refugee who was allegedly actively recruiting members for a cell that was to carry out the attack.
Noa Peri-Jensch, Lital Carmel and Aya Shechter
From community building to engagement, empowering Israeli Americans to lead
The 400 Israeli Americans who have graduated the Israeli-American Council Gvanim program since 2014 have come to understand that they are part of the continuation of a long chain of Diaspora Jewry.
Palestinian terrorist attacks Tekoa settler with metal rod
With help from passersby, the victim managed to subdue the attacker, who earlier had yelled "Allahu akbar" and hurled rocks at another victim • IDF combs area for more suspects.
Bipartisan bill introduced to sanction terrorist groups for using humans as shields
EMET said “the barbaric terrorist organization Hamas sees all human life as completely disposable. Hamas regularly uses innocent civilians, including women and children, as ‘human shields’ as a PR tactic against the State of Israel. This abominable tactic must be put to an end.”
Memories of Israeli terror victims on exhibit at UN
Since its founding in 1948, Israel has lost more than 3,000 men, women and children to terrorism.