The South African doctor arrested and detained in Dubai was acquitted but may nevertheless be forced to remain there as the prosecution appeals.
Those of us who live in countries where freedom of opinion, of worship, of political viewpoint and the right to express ourselves as we wish are core values tend to lose sight of life is like where those values don't exist. In the towns ruled by the Palestinian Authority, for instance.
Reports of a dead baby, a devastated family, and indications of a gloating attacker.
The world doesn't know about the "near-misses" or failed attacks in daily Arab-on-Israeli terror war
We have searched and have not yet found a blog, article, published speech or op-ed in her language, Arabic, which criticizes proud terrorist Ahlam Tamimi or her views. So far, not one. If our readers can point us to exceptions, please do. This is deeply shocking. Tamimi's message resonates throughout the Arab and Islamic world. Her views don't even rise to the level of controversial. She's simply a hero, wall to wall.
The survey reveals a significant and ongoing passion on the part of a significant overall majority of Palestinian Arabs for Arab-on-Israeli knifing attacks:
Ignore for the moment the rank racism, the poor spelling, the absence of any basis for the wild and irresponsible allegations...
How good are the chances for a better understanding on both sides of the dispute when the presence of one word on a printed label triggers the involvement of the military, the police and the judiciary?
It was only in 20120 that Geneva Initiative featured Jibril Rajoub in their 'peace partner' ad campaign.
This same Mr Erdogan, who reserves to himself the right to defend his citizens and his borders and warns malefactors that they should not even dream of testing his country's determination, has expressed himself quite differently when it was Israel that took defensive measures in the face of lethal terrorist behavior that goes on and on.
In the past hour, mortar fire erupted on Israel's northern border, causing explosions in what appear, for now, to be open fields. No injuries, but some property damage that's not yet detailed in the news here. It's reported that the fire is a kind of spillover from the barbarism unfolding over the past year inside Syria: the source is believed to be forces of the Syrian army "engaged" - as the journalists like to put it - with rebel forces near Syria's border with Israel.
Finally, something worth reading in the paper that claims it "All the News That's Fit to Print,"
Ahlam al-Tamimi is a genuine pan-Arab celebrity an eloquent figure energetically advocating from Jordan for more violence, more murder and more jihad - all directed at Jewish and Israeli targets.
European politics is populated by a multitude of individuals who are hopelessly ambivalent about Islamists.
The chances that Gazan mortars and rockets are being withdrawn from service? Not so great.
Shalit Deal advocates: "Israel must do whatever it takes" to free Gilad; This proved deadly nonsense
Tragedies continue emanating from the decision to release 1000+ terrorists from Israeli prisons.
One of the monsters produced by Nabi Selah is the Ahlam Tamimi, the terrorist who killed our daughter Malki and now, due to the Shalit deal, roams free in Jordan promoting violence against Israel.
Palestinian Arab terrorism is subsidized and rewarded by money from Western sources.
The alert editors at JewishPress.com noticed that Jordan did condemn the shooting attack in the middle of last night - and then, shortly after, removed it.
No one serious is saying the Palestinian Arabs don't need aid or shouldn't get it. The problem is that foreign aid to the Palestinian Arab gets turned by them into something lethal and hideous.
Ahmed Daqamseh was given a rousing welcome in his home village in northern Jordan after being freed on Sunday. He expressed no remorse for the killings.
In a small effort to correct that distortion, here is a status report from the Gaza NGO Safety Office.
Human Rights Watch released a report on Hamas abuses of Palestinian human rights in the criminal justice system, including arbitrary arrests, failure to inform relatives of the whereabouts of detainees, the arrest, abuse and torture of lawyers, using military courts to try civilians, and death sentences.
According to the Egyptian newspaper, Al-Masry Al-Youm, due to negotiations between Egypt and jihadists groups, "Operation Eagle" has been halted, at least temporarily.