Security personnel who raided the family home found a homemade Carlo Gustav assault rifle and ISIS materials.
A passing driver snapped a photo of them starting the fire.
When the auctions were unsealed, it turned out the winners were all Arabs, despite the fact that a large number of Jewish residents had participated.
Teaching one’s child to hate police intended to keep your family safe may seem like an oxymoron. . .
The three Israeli Arab cop killers were killed as they were attempting the flee the scene.
Amit Madah, 16, from Kisra-Sumei, an Arab town in the western Galilee, is Israel's youth champion.
The report includes interviews with eight Arab families, "victims" of Israel's aggressive policy, the most glaring of which is with Abed Dawiat, who committed the official first act of terror of the lone-wolf intifada.
A 2008 amendment to Israel's Citizenship Law authorizes the court to approve a request from the interior minister to revoke the citizenship of Israeli citizens for "breach of loyalty."
"We must not allow the extremists harm our shared life," Motran, who had seen his store windows be crashed twice in recent weeks, announced. "Jaffa welcomes to all the people of Israel."
It's not yet clear who was behind the attempt to re-ignite more violence this time.
In court, the terrorist claimed that this was not a terrorist attack but rather his loss of control over his vehicle: "I did not do anything, they want to turn me into a terrorist, I do not know what they want from me," he said.
As soon as he identified the gun, the police officer reached for the compartment and removed it.
Hamas said in response to Abbas' Saturday speech that the Chairman's threats against the Gaza Strip were "an explosive charge placed on the reconciliation efforts," blaming Abbas of acting to further deepen Gaza's isolation.
The violence came after riots that broke out five days ago. Two arrests were made.
'The Arab community was not born a violent society. The circumstances brought us to this.'
Joubran remained all alone when he objected to the suspension of MK Hanin Zuabi from the Knesset for inappropriate public conduct (she spat at Police, among other things) – four Jewish judges approved the temporary removal.
Of the 500 Jewish respondents, 44% strongly supported, and 25.8% moderately supported the death penalty. 12.4% moderately opposed, and only 12.9% strongly oppose. 4.9% declined to answer.
'We arrested a hard core of rioters who took an active part in the violent riots directed against the security forces,' Police said.
Last March the Knesset passed the amendment to the Citizenship Law, which permits government to revoke a citizenship in absentia.
Three of the accused called on Facebook for people to attack Israelis following the murder of two policemen at the Temple Mount.