Security forces arrested 11 wanted persons suspected of involvement in terrorist activities.
The news report comes just hours after a State Department official said the United States would redirect more than $200 million earmarked for economic aid to the PA and Gaza to projects elsewhere.
At least 5,000 rioters gathered at various points along the security barrier in renewed attempts to breach the border and attack IDF soldiers and other area Israelis.
"If there's no terror, there will be an economy. There has to be a direct connection . . . If there is no quiet, it will be closed."
"It’s high time the Palestinian leadership should understand that incitement to hatred and violence is hateful, dangerous and totally unacceptable."
Erekat blamed the US administration for encouraging Israel to expand its settlements.
His plan was to locate a suitable victim, pepper-spray him, then stab him in the neck or back when he couldn't defend himself.
Residents in southern Israel reported numerous incendiary balloons flown across the border.
"Moving the embassy to Israel’s capital ... brings reality to a negotiation that, honestly, for decades, has been conducted in an air of unreality."
Erekat said it would not be realistic to talk about peace without designating eastern Jerusalem as the Palestinian Authority capital.
"The Palestinians will get something very good, because it’s their turn next.”
"As a result of the defendant's and the rest of the rioters' actions, many stones hit the policeman. One of the stones hit his helmet, he was injured in the hands and his right hand became swollen."
No one in Israel doubts that the Netanyahu government has been in negotiations with Hamas for some time now, and reaching agreements Israelis will only find out about later, or right now—from Ismail Haniyeh.
On July 3, 1982, about a month into the Lebanon War, Avnery caused a storm when he met Yasser Arafat in the western part of besieged Beirut, and ran an interview with him.
"It cannot be that for 140 days they would be firing rockets and balloons at us, and then, when they whistle, we stand at attention."
The 60-year-old driver, whose name has not been released, fled the scene after hitting the Israeli woman with his car.
In 2015, South African MP Joseph Meshoe said: "There is a widespread allegation, really a slander, that Israel is an apartheid state. That notion is simply wrong. It is inaccurate and it is malicious."
Fooled us once, shame on us. There won't be a second fooling.
Levy repeats the mantra that only the complete return of Judea and Samaria to the Arabs would guarantee the desired, long-lasting peace.
Liberman last week: "This is a clear message to the people of Gaza, if Israelis enjoy the quiet they also will enjoy it – violence does not pay off."
The Palestinian Central Council decided on the suspension of recognition of the State of Israel until it recognizes the State of Palestine.
The rally was piggybacked—against the expressed wishes of the organizers—by leftist groups.
Some 12,000 Gazans surged to the border in renewed violence this week at five different locations along the security fence; three fires blazed most of the day on the Israeli side of the border.
The driver, a 63-year-old Palestinian Authority man, turned himself in to PA security forces.
The perpetrator turned himself in to Palestinian Authority authorities, claiming the incident was an accident.
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