Families in southern Israel raced for shelter Wednesday afternoon as mortar shells fired from Gaza exploded in the Eshkol district.
Unlike with the kidnapping of the 3 Jewish boys, today, the global media had front page headlines up within a few hours.
Photo Essay: Local Arabs, police clash on Jerusalem streets
Perhaps if Jews had rioted, instead of prayed, Gilad, Naftali and Eyal would have made it to the international media?
PA Arab leader Mahmoud Abbas demanded Israeli PM Netanyahu condemn Arab boy's murder, after Bibi had already unequivocally condemned it, without the international prodding that Abbas needed.
New rabbinic group in Gush Etzion lays blame for boys' death at feet of Muslim leaders, calls for new path
Likud Beytenu Deputy Transportation Minister Tzipi Hotovely is calling for the death penalty for terrorists who repeat their crimes.
Jerusalem Arabs rioted Wednesday morning in several sites around the Israeli capital over the death of a Shuafat boy.
Palestinian Authority Arabs attacked the Jerusalem Light Rail near Shuafat and Beit Hanina; those stops are suspended.
An Arab girl was stabbed to death by a family member in the village Kfar Sair.
Israeli politicians and leaders from across the political spectrum rushed to unequivocally condemn the murder of the Arab boy in Jerusalem.
Ziad Awad was released as part of the Schalit hostage trade.
The boy was kidnapped and murdered overnight.
Information about the kidnapping is slowly beginning to be released.
Hamas Chief Ismail Haniyeh has reportedly gone underground in Gaza.
Israeli come together to bid comfort families - and to swallow one last drink of unprecedented unity
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu vowed Tuesday night that God will "avenge the blood" of three teens murdered by Arab terrorists on June 12.
Rockets and mortar shells were fired at Israel while three teenage victims of terror were being laid to rest in Modi'in.
Listen to the audio of the phone call made by the kidnapped boys to the police emergency line.
“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.