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  1. Palestinian stone-throwers block Jerusalem streetRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | The Times of Israel

    Dozens of youths blocked a street on the outskirts of the Armon Hanatziv neighborhood of East Jerusalem on Thursday morning and threw stones at police who arrived at the scene. Elsewhere in the city, a Jewish youth reported to police that he was attacked near the Damascus Gate, but did not require medical attention.


  2. Israeli forces raid homes of synagogue attackers in East JerusalemRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | Al Bawaba

    Palestinians clashed with Israeli forces on Wednesday following an attack on a synagogue in Jerusalem where five people were killed. Israeli forces on Wednesday night broke into the mourners' tents of the family of Ghassan and Udayy Abu Jamal from Jabal al-Mukabbir neighborhood who were shot dead after they attacked a synagogue and killed five in west Jerusalem on Tuesday.


  3. Police set up checkpoints at East Jerusalem neighborhoodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | The Times of Israel

    Israeli border police check the ID's of Arab-Israelis outside the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Jabel Mukaber on November 19, 2014. Photo credit: Nati Shohat/FLASH90) Police set up checkpoints around some Arab neighborhoods and beefed up their presence across Jerusalem Wednesday as the city boosted security efforts a day after a deadly attack on a synagogue that left five people dead.


  4. Israel releases relatives of attack suspects, clashes continueRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Ma'an News Agency

    Israeli police late Tuesday released nine relatives of two Palestinian attackers who had been detained earlier in the day, a lawyer told Ma'an. Israeli police raided the Jabal al-Mukabbir neighborhood on Tuesday and detained 12 family members of Ghassan Abu Jamal and his cousin Uday after they entered a synagogue in Jerusalem and killed five Israelis with meat cleavers, knives and guns.


  5. In Peace and InsecurityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | OpEdNews

    Is there any hope for a lasting peace between Palestine and Israel? Is it even a topic worth discussion, given the nightmare that has plagued the region for over two millennia? It seems that every American president in the last 70 years has outlined a plan to bring peace to the Middle East, or develop a two-state solution. Carter came the closest, with Begin and Sadat in 1978, but to what possible end? Why do they keep trying? It's like the similarly futile attempt to "subdue" Afghanistan.


  6. Barkat reaffirms commitment to Temple Mount status quoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | The Times of Israel

    Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat met with leaders of East Jerusalem neighborhoods Monday in an attempt to calm tensions in the wake of recent clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli security forces. Barkat, an advocate of a unified Jerusalem under Israeli control, reassured leaders that he was committed to maintaining the status quo on the Temple Mount saying "we will not allow either side to disturb the peace and worship," according to a report on Israel Radio Monday.


  7. 272 Palestinians Injured In Jerusalem ClashesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 9 |

    Palestinian medical sources have reported that at least 65 residents have been shot by Israeli rubber-coated metal bullets, while more than 207 suffered the effects of tear gas inhalation, during clashes with the soldiers in different parts of occupied East Jerusalem. [Maan images] The Red Crescent in the city said its medics provided treated to the wounded Palestinians, and moved many of them to local hospitals and clinics.


  8. Defense/Security, 9:56 AMJerusalem: Shalit Deal Terrorist Arrested for Stirring Up RiotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    The Jerusalem police are gearing up for another potential day of clashes on Friday, ahead of the usual round of rioting on the Temple Mount. Jerusalem District Police Commander Moshe Edri announced Thursday that to help prevent uprisings, access to the Mount would be restricted to Muslim men over 35 and all Muslim women.


  9. Israeli forces detain 23 Palestinians in East JerusalemRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 3 | Ma'an News Agency

    Israeli forces detained 23 Palestinians in East Jerusalem late Sunday and early Monday, locals said. Israeli special forces raided al-Issawiya, Jabal al-Mukabir, Ras al-Amud, al-Tur and Shufat refugee camp and detained 18 young men, including minors.


  10. 28 injured as clashes rage across Jerusalem overnightRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 31 | Ma'an News Agency

    At least 28 Palestinians were injured as clashes with Israeli forces continued into the late hours of the night on Friday across Jerusalem, as anger over a series of killings by Israeli police boiled over into the streets of the city's Palestinian neighborhoods. Clashes broke out in the occupied East Jerusalem neighborhoods of Silwan, al-Issawiya, al-Tur, and Wadi al-Joz, as hundreds marched and fought pitched battles with security forces in anger over the killing of Mutaz Hijazi, 32, early Thursday, as well as the killing of Abd al-Rahman al-Shaludi, 21, the week before.


  11. Lone Wolf JihadRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 28 | American Thinker

    What would possess a man to take a hatchet and attempt to kill police in broad daylight ? Or mow down civilians or soldiers in uniform ? Or behead innocents at work or on the street ? Or shoot unarmed soldiers with the intent of killing the country's Prime Minister ? Western politicians are stumped, resorting to words like "senseless" or "madness". However, the answer lies in the new and improved jihad strategy that is gaining traction throughout the world.


  12. ET: Sikka turns focus on GenNext to transform InfyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 23 | The Times of India

    The new CEA can be counted on to 'stick to his guns' in pursuit of important and fresh ideas even in the face of entrenched and powerful resistance. With Canada joining the US & the EU in bombing IS in Iraq, a largely terrorism-free country is now forced to examine lone wolves reacting with hatred.


  13. Infant's Killing in Jerusalem Reignites Talk of a New IntifadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 26 |

    A masked Palestinian kicks a burning tire during clashes with Israeli security forces a day after 14-year-old Palestinian-American, Orwah Hammad was killed by Israeli troops during clashes, in the village of Silwad, near the West Bank city of Ramallah on Oct. 25, 2014. Gill Schechter has lived in the Armon HaNatziv neighborhood of East Jerusalem for over 30 years, during which time he has always felt safe .


  14. Letters: Compensate taxpayers for costly mailingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 25 | Monterey County Herald

    The Pacific Grove Unified School District has gone too far. It has sent out a mailing, at taxpayers' expense, telling why Measure A is needed.


  15. Now Is The Time To Recognize KurdistanRead the original story

    Oct 6, 2014 | Groong

    NOW IS THE TIME TO RECOGNIZE KURDISTAN UT The Daily Texan Oct 6 2014 By Jordan Shenhar Posted on October 6, 2014 at 10:44 am Editor's Note: This is the first in a series of weekly blog posts designed to build on Professor Jeremi Suri's foreign policy column, which runs every Tuesday. Professor Jeremi Suri wrote last week that the U.S. needs to adopt a new approach towards fighting terrorism.


  16. Jerusalem out of controlRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2014 | Jerusalem Post

    The sense from citizens that the police do not protect people venturing to the Kotel, the holiest site in Judaism, or that they are slow to respond, is unacceptable. People pray ahead of Yom Kippur on the roof of a seminary overlooking the Western Wall, in Jerusalem's Old City in 2012..


  17. Tom Cruise takes break from Mission Impossible 5 to enjoy dinner at ZumaRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 1, 2014 | Daily Mail

    Wife who 'killed her LA suburb mayor husband with multiple gunshots to the chest in argument over their son, 19,' is RELEASED without charge hours later All bets are orf! Insider info fears see bookmakers suspend betting on Kate giving birth to twins after surge in wagers from new accounts Israeli airline El Al urged to stop ultra-orthodox Jew passengers 'bullying and intimidating women' by refusing to sit next to them Don't dump gran in a retirement home, urged Pope: Francis says practice of putting elderly into care is form of 'hidden euthanasia' Tom Cruise is all smiles as he takes a break from shooting Mission Impossible 5 to enjoy a low-key dinner date at Zuma All that hard work can make a Hollywood A-lister hungry and Tom Cruise certainly had his fill when he visited popular eatery Zuma in Knightsbridge on Tuesday night.


  18. Fighters from the Al Qaeda-linked radical Islamist Al-Nusra rebel group in Syria.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2014 | The Jewish Press

    Meir Panim implements programs that serve Israel's neediest populations with respect and dignity. Meir Panim also coordinated care packages for families in the South during the Gaza War.


  19. Analysis: Al Nusrah Front explains decision to release UN peacekeepersRead the original story

    Sep 12, 2014 | The Long War Journal

    The Al Nusrah Front, al Qaeda's official branch in Syria, released more than 40 UN peacekeepers from its custody yesterday. And the group explained its reasoning in a video that was distributed on its social media pages beforehand.


  20. Fiji retracts claim UN peacekeepers' release imminentRead the original story

    Sep 10, 2014 | Times of Oman

    Fiji on Wednesday retracted a claim that 45 UN peacekeepers being held hostage in the Golan Heights by Syrian Al-Nusra Front rebels were about to be released, blaming a communications mix-up. "I don't think so... someone has misinterpreted," government spokesman Dan Gavidi told AFP when asked if posts on official social media feeds on Wednesday morning trumpeting the impending release were correct.