The Polish government's statement said: "We strongly condemn aggression and violence against any person."
The key component which threatens to turn the ongoing investigation into a full-blown indictment is the expectation that Ari Harow, a Los Angeles-born Israeli who served as Netanyahu's Chief of Staff – and parted on good terms – is turning state's witness.
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.
At the hearing, the Police representative claimed that the detainees had been arrested because they had violated the public order during their visit to the Temple Mount by ripping their clothes.
IDF soldiers sealed off the town of Yatta and were searching incoming and outgoing vehicles.
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.
Police said the stabbler is a resident of Yatta, south of Hebron, and that he stabbed the employee of the supermarket chain "Shufersal" on Sanhedrin Boulevard, Yavneh, several times. Magen David Adom and Hatzalah paramedics gave medical care to the 42-year-old man and evacuated him to Kaplan Hospital in Rehovot in critical condition with stab wounds to his upper body.
United Hatzalah volunteers and MDA paramedics gave the injured person medical treatment and evacuated him with stab wounds to his upper body to Kaplan Hospital in Rehovot.
During his court appearance on Wednesday, Harouf declared that he had murdered his girlfriend Halimi in order to secure the release of terrorist prisoners. He did not offer specifics.
Police entered the Hebron home looking for illegal weapons...
The windshield of the bus was smashed directly in front of the driver's face. Miraculously, he was able to keep driving till he reached safety.
"The sums come to millions of shekels, and the Iranians found an opening ... right under Israel's nose."
Threats of Muslim violence threatened to stop the traditional march around the walls of Jerusalem on Tisha B'Av.
'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.
'We could not save anything. Not Torah scrolls, nor holy books, they were all burned down. All we have to do is look into our actions and repent.'
No one was physically injured in any of the attacks, but some vehicles were damaged.
Although no one was physically injured, several vehicles were damaged.
A sapper called to the scene said the shell was still live, and dangerous.
All Islamic Waqf employees were promised cash payments, according to the report, as were Arab merchants in the Old City of Jerusalem.
Other than that one Jordanian Waqf agent, the Temple Mount was almost empty of Muslims Sunday.
'Those who can ignore the smell can drink the liquid too,' an Indian official noted.
Gilad Shalmor was taken to Ichilov Medical Center in Tel Aviv with mild injuries.