Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Fwd: TERROR IN J'LEM: New attack thwarted; checkpoints set up; Gruesome Facebook posts set agenda; Barkat: We won't succumb; Horovitz: Stop the toxic flow

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Security forces thwart attempted stabbing in Jerusalem
 
The scene of Wednesday's attempted stabbing outside Jerusalem's Old City in which a Palestinian was shot by Israeli forces (screen capture: Channel 2)  
Uniform-clad Palestinian attacker shot dead; no reports of injuries to Israeli forces
 
By SARA MILLER
 

 
Israel deploys hundreds of soldiers in Jerusalem
 
Army units to bolster security amid wave of terror attacks; police begin setting up checkpoints in city's eastern neighborhoods
 
By JUDAH ARI GROSS and RAOUL WOOTLIFF
 
With the Temple Mount in the background, Israeli soldiers are seen during preparation for a Memorial Day ceremony at the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem on April 21, 2014 (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)
 
 
An Israeli police vehicle drives in front of Palestinian protesters running away during clashes on October 13, 2015 in the West Bank city of Bethlehem. (AFP/ MUSA AL-SHAER)
 
Police given authority to impose East Jerusalem closures
 
By JUDAH ARI GROSS and TIMES OF ISRAEL STAFF
 
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the Knesset plenum on the security situation, hours after three Israelis were killed in terror attacks, on October 13, 2015. (Photo from Knesset Spokesman)
 
Cabinet steps up security measures as PM vows to defeat terror wave
 
By RAOUL WOOTLIFF
 
Haim Haviv, 78, was killed Tuesday October 13, 2015 in a terror attack on a bus in Jerusalem's Armon Hanatziv neighborhood. His wife Shoshana was hospitalized in serious condition. (Courtesy)
 
Jerusalem bus attack victim to be laid to rest
 
By TIMES OF ISRAEL STAFF
 

 
This photo, shared on Twitter, says, "This is the way, the al-Aqsa Intifada (Twitter)
 
What do you do when the people trying to kill you live around the block?
 
Op-ed: Ultimately, the only way to thwart people bent on murder, with their minds poisoned by racism and religious extremism, is to curb the flow of toxicity
 
By DAVID HOROVITZ
 

 
Israel Police officers stand near the body of Fadi Aloon, a Palestinian who allegedly stabbed a 15-year-old boy outside the Old City of Jerusalem, before being shot and killed by police early Sunday morning, October 4, 2015. (Flash90)
 
As knife-wielders are subdued, questions on 'shoot first, ask later'
 
Cellphone video lets everyone believe they're experts on who poses a threat. A real legal scholar weighs in
 
By JUDAH ARI GROSS
 

 
'Jerusalem terrorists planned to hijack bus,' says witness
 
Driver who pulled up in front of the bus to block it from moving recounts horrific moments before security forces arrived
 
By TIMES OF ISRAEL STAFF
  Golan Cohen Gabbai, witnessed the terror attack on October 13, 2015 in Jerusalem's Armon Hanatziv neighborhood in which two terrorists boarded a bus and began a combined shooting and stabbing attack, killing two Israelis and injuring several. (Screenshot/Channel 2)
 
 
Screenshot from Magen David Adom video on how to treat a stabbing victim released on October 13, 2015.  (Screenshot from YouTube)
 
MDA releases video on how to treat stab victims
 
By TIMES OF ISRAEL STAFF
 
Palestinians take part in an anti-Israel protest in the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah on October 13, 2015 (Abed Rahim Khatib/Flash90)
 
Palestinians open fire at IDF vehicle near Gaza
 
By TIMES OF ISRAEL STAFF
 
Illustrative photo of a Palestinian protester burning tires during clashes with Israeli security forces in the West Bank on October 10, 2015. (AFP/ABBAS MOMANI)
 
Palestinian killed, another hurt by IDF fire in West Bank
 
By ADIV STERMAN
 
 
 
 
Nir Barkat
 
Message from Jerusalem: We will not succumb
 
NIR BARKAT The mayor of Israel's capital urges Israelis and tourists to continue coming to the city: "Don't let the murderers get what they want"
 

 
Helen Gottstein
 
Forget the ark, just bring the flood
 
HELEN GOTTSTEIN Time to wash away the notion that there is one version of history that you have to agree with me about or die
 

 
Lou Balcher
 
What Obama isn't saying to Abbas
 
LOU BALCHER As long as the White House fails to condemn the PA president's active incitement, the killings will go on
 

 
Steven Fine
 
The NYTimes' big lie about the Temple Mount
 
STEVEN FINE The article legitimized yet another false claim about Judaism that is widely believed in the Islamic world
 

 
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Bezeq workers installing fiber optic cables. (Courtesy)
 
Bezeq orders Jewish employees out of Arab towns
 
Communications giant cites 'security reasons' amid escalating terror wave, says Arab technicians will service Arab customers
 

 
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden (center) and Israel Space Agency Director General Menachem Kidron (right) sign cooperation agreement at the International Astronautical Congress held in Jerusalem, October 13, 2015 (Photo by Yair Zrika)
 
NASA and Israel sign space cooperation agreement
 
Israel Space Agency seeks key role in future Mars missions; deal inked at International Astronautical Congress, held for first time in Jerusalem
 

 
Beneficiaries of the Ilan Ramon Scholarship Program (Courtesy)
 
Israel's space industry get a boost from Ilan Ramon's memory
 
A scholarship foundation named for the fallen Israeli astronaut has helped put Israel on the space map, says the project head
 

 
Hebrew Media Review
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WED, OCT 14, 2:27 PM
 
Palestinians pray as Israeli policemen watch in the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Wadi al-Joz, October 9, 2015. Israeli police declared an age limit on Friday for Palestinians wanting to enter the Old City, only allowing males above the age of 45 and all females to enter. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)
 
If I forget thee East Jerusalem, let my writing hand wither
 
A government plan to clamp down on half of the supposedly united capital gains few plaudits from pundits, who surmise it will make things worse and enshrine the division of the city
 
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The site of a attack where a terrorist rammed his car into pedestrians and then got out and stabbed others, injuring at least 5 people, killing one, on Malchei Yisrael Street, in Jerusalem. October 13, 2015. (Hadas Parushl/FLASH90)
 
The terror war from East Jerusalem
 
ANALYSIS In the flammable Arab neighborhoods, the purported threat to al-Aqsa lit the flames; it's hard to say what can douse them. Closures and curfews won't
 
By AVI ISSACHAROFF
 
 

 
Kerry links 'increase in violence' to Israel's settlement activity
 
Top US diplomat says Palestinian 'frustration' fueled by increase in West Bank construction, indicates he will visit region to push for renewal of talks
 
By REBECCA SHIMONI STOIL and AP
  In this Oct. 6, 2015, file photo, US Secretary of State John Kerry gives a news conference at the National Palace in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. (AP/Dieu Nalio Chery)
 
 

 
Gruesome Facebook posts set agenda for new Palestinian terrorism
 
Scornful of their leadership, mistrustful of mainstream media, young assailants impacted by pages filled with grisly images and caricatures encouraging attacks
 
By ELHANAN MILLER
 
A caricature by Hasan Abadi encourages Palestinians to stab Israeli soldiers [Facebook image]
 

 
Jewish victim of anti-Arab stabbing laments racism
 
'You deserve it, Arab bastards!' Uriel Razkan, survivor of Kiryat Ata attack, recalls Jewish stabber shouted at him
 
By TIMES OF ISRAEL STAFF
  Israeli police at the scene where a Jewish man stabbed a Palestinian in the southern city of Dimona on Friday, October 9, 2015. Two other Palestinians and a Bedouin were also injured in the attack. (Dimona Police Department)
 
 

 
Top ministers to join Temple Mount activist to mark year since attempt to kill him
 
Would-be Likud MK Yehuda Glick's public anniversary event will honor those who 'strengthened and organized access' to contested site
 
By RAPHAEL AHREN
  Temple Mount activist Yehuda Glick, No. 33 on the Likud list, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on August 19 (courtesy Yehuda Glick)
 

 
Is the Internet key to stopping attacks?
 
The latest wave of terrorism in Israel is different from previous ones in that it is planned, inspired, glorified and spread through social networks. Can be stopped online as well?
 
By SIMONA WEINGLASS
  A soldier in the army's cyber defense course on June 10, 2013 (photo credit: IDF Spokesperson's Unit)
 

 
In European coverage of Israel, confusion over who is attacking whom
 
Some news outlets have shown skewed footage of stabbing incidents, misrepresented facts in articles
 
By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ
  Police and rescue personnel at the scene of a terror attack in Ra'anana on October 13, 2015. (FLASH90)
 
 

 
South Africa ruling party discourages travel to Israel
 
Members of Parliament who traveled to Jewish state recently have been criticized by African National Congress
 
By JTA
  A man walks past an election poster of Jacob Zuma's African National Congress (ANC) party in the Soweto township of Johannesburg, South Africa, on Friday, May 9, 2014. (AP/Ben Curtis)
 

 
In this Monday, Oct. 12, 2015 photo, Odel Bennett lies on a bed as her mother Miriam Gal holds Odel's 2-year-old son Natan at the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem (AP/Tsafrir Abayov)
 
Jerusalem hospital treats terror victims and terrorists
 
Hadassah Medical Center surgeon Daniel Weiss says it is 'irrelevant' whether he is operating on the attacker or the target
 
By ARON HELLER
 

 
 
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