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Arabs and Jews are spray painting war zone graffiti around the capital; most of it is anti-Semitic. Central Jerusalem was anti-Arab.
38 year old man beaten with metal bars; Third of Malmö residents from Muslim-majority countries
Third intifada in pictures: Arab riots, Jewish tears.
Gush Etzion residents are uniting to show their resilience in the face of terror with the 'One Flag' initiative.
Jewish bloggers respond to murder with joint condemnation statement.
Swatistikas were painted on the sides of the road leading up to the Mount of Olives.
Gaza newspaper: Murder of Palestinian boy reminiscent of “holy matzas”, culture of violence and blood grew among the Jews
A Jewish-Muslim family from Syria escaped from the country’s civil war to Israel.
No one yet knows who is responsible for abu Khaider's death, yet the JCPA immediately drew a target on the map of Israel.
Arab delegates insist Jewish participants are "Israeli", close down summit until Judenrein
From Australia to Argentina, Jewish communities mourn latest Palestinian atrocity.
New rabbinic group in Gush Etzion lays blame for boys' death at feet of Muslim leaders, calls for new path
“Dear Yifrach family; Iris and Uri, these hours of personal grief are shared by all of us. May their memories, Gilad, Naftali and Eyal, be blessed,” said Israel’s Defense Minister.
The boys will be buried side by side in the Modi'in cemetery in a joint funeral.
There are those who believe that all people are, deep down, good. Hamas and its friends, along with other terrorist groups and rogue nations like Iran, give the lie to that lovely but naïve fantasy.
Before, we were unified in prayer and hope for the boys’ safe return. Now, tragically, we are unified in grief.
Court says rabbinical court overstepped jurisdiction, says circumcision matters must be decided by family court
A high school student takes on the NYT's silence on the Holocaust.
With 20,000 children living in Eretz Yisroel’s periphery, where regular school bus service is non-existent and private transportation impossible due to economic short-comings within almost all of the children’s families, Chinuch Atzmai has been providing regular school bus and mini-bus services to 269 communities across the country.