The Netanyahu government's determination (or lack thereof) to continue leveling the illegal Arab obstruction to contiguous Jewish control over E1 could also determine the future of the current coalition.
"This is an historic moment from which there can be no turning back," the prime minister said.
Settlements representatives signed a joint declaration with Members of the European Parliament to stop the funding of terrorism and reduce trade barriers facing Jewish pioneers in Judea and Samaria.
The exercise involves the Israel Air Force as well as those of the United States, the UAE and Italy, and lasts 11 days.
The messages on unofficial ISIS websites happily share the news of the attack, accompanied by big 'Allahu Akbar' talkbacks.
"Radical extremists continue to have the ability and motivation to commit mass murder in Europe."
A number of auto firms from the US, Europe and Asia are already involved in Israel's "smart car revolution."
Ambassador Meron previously worked at Israeli embassies in the U.S., Norway and Cyprus.
Dutch PM Mark Rutte, the winner of Holland's general election, is a center-right incumbent who has already served one term.
The Syrian dictator's knight in shining armor is Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Dutch national security agency said the Rotterdam mayor had not, as he claimed, been in touch about the Hamas conference.
Sainte Gilles Mayor Charles Picque said the driver was a "radicalized man." He was detained after police found the gas canisters in his car.
"I call on the government to urgently prepare... a national emergency plan for possible waves of immigration of our Jewish brothers to Israel."
"We call upon the European community to join with the United States in continuing to intensify our efforts to counter... radical Islamic terrorism here."
The NATO secretary-general urged his fellow member state defense ministers to "keep up the momentum."
Foreign government-funded 'lawfare' a dangerous subversion of Israel's democracy.
Brussels officials raised the security alert as sirens blared around the unaccountably darkened city.
"The Belgian government needs to decide whether it wants to change direction or continue with an anti-Israel line."
Israeli PM Netanyahu welcomed his Belgian counterpart to Jerusalem, saying he hoped fruitful discussions between them.
Member states of the European Union froze a summit that was planned with Israel, as a protest against the Settlement Law.