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Palestinian Stabbing Attacks Continue

Palestinian Stabbing Attacks Continue

Today’s Top Stories 1. Terror continues: Today, a 15-year-old Palestinian stabbed a yeshiva student after unsuccessfully trying to steal a security guard’s gun. The attack took place a Jerusalem light rail station across from Israel’s national police headquarters. The student was hospitalized in serious condition. A second Israeli was lightly injured in the attack. Later in


PA Begins Banning Israeli Products

Today’s Top Stories 1. The Palestinian Authority is dipping its feet into the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement (BDS). A ban on products from six major Israeli companies is going into effect in retaliation for Israel withholding tax revenue transfers (which was in response to the PA’s membership in the International Criminal Court . .


Israel to Demolish Illegal EU Structures

Today’s Top Stories 1. A UK parliamentary committee report called for urgent government action against anti-Semitism. Most attention was drawn to the suggestion that restraining orders (in UK, they’re called anti-social behavior orders, or asbo for short) against anti-Semitic online trolls. The report noted that there’s a precedent for using restraining orders to keep sex

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Pakistani Terror Attack On Israeli Consulate Thwarted

Everything you need to know about today’s coverage of Israel and the Mideast. Join the Israel Daily News Stream on Facebook. Today’s Top Stories 1. Prime Minister Netanyahu will push legislation defining Israel as a Jewish state. Take your pick of Jerusalem Post, YNet, and Times of Israel coverage. A Haaretz staff-ed opposes the move. 2. India

5 Signs The BDS Movement Is Serious About Canadian Apartheid

You know the Boycott-Divestment-Sanctions (BDS) movement is stretching when activists like Chadni Desai make such stupid comments in Toronto: “We as the organizers of Israeli Apartheid Week in Toronto believe that we cannot speak meaningfully about Israeli apartheid without speaking first about the realities of apartheid here in Canada.” “In crucial ways, the Canadian state’s