Arab road violence strikes Israel's capital again, this time with attackers hurling rocks at a bus and another vehicle in eastern Jerusalem.
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Egypt answers Palestinian Arab terror with crackdowns, not appeasement
The riots turned from property damage to attempts to harm innocents quickly.
Security around a Jordan Valley moshav was jeopardized by vandals this weekend after electric polies around the community were chopped down.
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A platform camera on the Jerusalem Light Rail caught the attack on camera from another angle.
Freedom of speech does not protect "falsely shouting fire in a crowded theater.” – U.S. Judge Oliver Wendell Holmes, 1919.
Arab stone throwers broke more windows on the Jerusalem Light Rail.
Anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism come in 57 varieties. Just ask Heinz.
Residents of Jerusalem's Maaleh HaZeitim neighborhood, who have been under regular attack by Arab rioters, filmed a police car running away from an Arab mob last night in Jerusalem, Israel's capital.
Launching fireworks at police, civilians and homes has turned into the weapon of choice for Jerusalem Arabs in their latest round of rioting.
Israel’s ambassador to Jordan suggested that King Abdullah’s recent rants against Israel stems from pressure by Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Egypt.
Arab youth are trying to spark a widespread intifada but so far have failed.
Jewish headstones and monuments were smashed, broken and knocked over. Firebombs were thrown into the cemetery.
The Galil Medical Center has treated 408 wounded Syrians to date.
India has chosen to purchase Israel's Spike anti-tank missiles after rejecting a competing offer for US Lockheed Martin's Javelin missiles.
The US sends its “condolences” and urges “all parties…to avoid escalating tensions.”
Kerry snubs Ya'alon, but the Israeli D.M. gets great press coverage in leading U.S. newspaper.