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  • September 2, 2015

    'Zero Tolerance for Terror': Israeli PM Considers Allowing Police to Shoot Stone-throwers

    Israeli police and the IDF might be given the right to open fire on Palestinians who throw stones and Molotov cocktails. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also announced deployment of additional police to Jerusalem, the West Bank, and on a key highway. - Netanyahu called an emergency high-level security meeting on Wednesday to discuss the recent spike of “terror incidents” taking place within Jerusalem and... More →
  • September 1, 2015

    Christian Schools Shut in Israel to Protest Budget Cuts

    The beginning of a new academic year has been put off for nearly 50 Christian schools in Israel. Almost 33,000 pupils, mostly Palestinians, have had to stay at home due to a funding dispute with Jewish authorities. - 47 schools, run by the Roman Catholic Church stayed closed on the first official day of the school year, Tuesday, in Israel and East Jerusalem, in protest against the Jewish state's new education funding... More →
  • September 1, 2015

    The Latest Attack on Jeremy Corbyn is Only Half the Story

    By Ben White - This morning, The Jewish Chronicle published a story with the headline ‘Jeremy Corbyn campaigned for Israeli embassy car bombing pair’, stating that the Labour leadership candidate had been “a leading activist in the campaign for the release of two people who were jailed for their involvement in the bombing of a Jewish charity building and the Israeli embassy in London.” - The two people in... More →
  • August 31, 2015

    Israeli Soldier Injured During Gunfight in Jenin Arrest Raid

    A gun battle erupted late Monday during a large-scale Israeli arrest raid in the northern city of Jenin, reportedly to arrest a senior Islamic Jihad official, security sources and locals said. - Palestinian security officials said over 40 Israeli military vehicles raided Jenin and the refugee camp in the city, leading to violent clashes with youths. - The target of the arrest was reportedly Bassem al-Saadi, a senior... More →
  • August 31, 2015

    Luxembourg's Leading Food Retailer to Stop Marketing Israeli Products

    The largest grocery store chain in Luxembourg, Cactus, has decided to stop marketing fruit and vegetables imported from Israel until verifying that they not from Israeli settlements built on Palestinian occupied territories. - Israel’s Yediot Ahronot newspaper said on Sunday that Luxembourg’s leading food retailer had bowed to pro-Palestinian pressure, specifically from the organisation Just Peace in the Middle... More →
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