3 soldiers hurt in suspected car-ramming attack in central West Bank | The Times of Israel

Three Israeli soldiers were injured when a Palestinian man rammed his car into them along a central West Bank highway in a suspected deliberate attack Monday, officials said.  The Palestinian driver was shot dead after hitting servicemen with his vehicle near the Karmei Tzur settlement.  The driver was later identified by Palestinian officials as Ramzi Abu Yabes, a male nurse…

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Hate Crime: Driver Targets Jews In Hancock Park « CBS Los Angeles

Some people in a Hancock Park neighborhood said a driver targeted them because they are Jewish. Now police are investigating the incident as a possible hate crime. The suspect in the case, identified as Mohammed Mohammed, was arrested on charges of assault with a deadly weapon. Source: Hate Crime: Driver Targets Jews In Hancock Park « CBS Los Angeles

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Airbnb’s Ban on Israeli Communities in West Bank Is Shameful

Via Spectator-UK: So alongside being the only country that pop stars refuse to play in, and the only country whose academics are boycotted on Western campuses, and the only country whose dancers and violinists cannot perform in cities like London without gangs of people screaming them down, now Israel is the only country that has been politically punished by holiday…

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The Right of Israeli Children near Gaza to Grow Up Quietly

Via JPost: Since Israel's 2005 disengagement from Gaza, the residents of Israel near Gaza have been living under fire, with rockets, terrorist tunnels, booby traps, and burning fields and tires. Israeli children living near Gaza haven't had a day or night without fear of Red Alerts, fear of being killed in their homes by rocket attacks or infiltration of terrorists…

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Israel: European Countries Providing Millions to Groups Promoting BDS

Via JPost:European countries and the EU are providing millions of euros to organizations promoting the BDS movement, Israeli Public Security and Strategic Affairs Minister Gilad Erdan will say during his current visit to Germany and Italy. State funding from Europe for organizations involved in BDS is "one of the main funding sources of the movement," his office said. He will…

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