This is not an uncommon behavior of the Israel Police, which regularly awards Muslim violence with curbs against Jews.
According to BBC, 'Finsbury Park Mosque has long been synonymous with the worst fears about Islamist extremism in Britain.'
The attack was a warning, Tehran said. ISIS would be engulfed by [IRGC’s] "revolutionary wrath and flames of the fire of its revenge, in case they repeat any such devilish and dirty move in future."
Campaign Against Antisemitism: "This is the reality of the supposed crackdown on extremism and terrorism.”
'We will not surrender and we will not bow our heads before these cursed terrorists,' Minister Erdan said. 'We will pursue our enemies and those who wish us evil wherever they may be found.'
Greenblatt told the leadership of the OU the President sees the peace effort as his top priority, and as far as he is concerned, it is part of his overall commitment to help Israel and make it stronger and more secure.
“I am appalled that once again some find it appropriate to justify such attacks as “heroic.”
“The heart goes out to the brave warrior, who from her pictures seemed full of the joy of life."
Reuters' headline was misleading, to say the least. BBC's was even worse.
"I call on the Security Council to condemn this terror attack immediately," Danon said.
The prime minister expressed "deep sorrow" on the death of Border Guard Police Officer Hadas Malka, z'l.
The IDF found bullet casings in the area where the gunfire was reported.
Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas has not condemned Friday’s attacks, nor offered condolences to the family of the murdered policewoman.
The man was wounded fighting off the terrorist.
PM Netanyahu and defense officials met to assess the situation and determine what steps might be taken to prevent further attacks.
"The Prime Minister demands that the Palestinian Authority condemn the attack and expects the international community to do so too."
One of the reasons the Russians are being so careful with their announcement, may have to do with past announcements made by the US Army that they had killed the ISIS leader – which culminated in al-Baghdadi releasing videos saying news of his demise had been premature.
It is to expected in view of 150 years of Zionist settlement in Israel that Arab murderers would take pride in their bloody handiwork. It's harder to accept the clipped, ready-to-serve, 4-line paragraph the AP story presents as context.
Palestinian Authority Prisoners' Affairs Commissioner Essa Qaraka said this week that payments to convicted terrorists and their families will certainly continue.
The IDF said nothing hit southern Israel.
In response to an objection from MK Osama Sa'adi (Joint Arab List) Arab List) that the law reneges on agreements signed between Israel and the PA, MK Stern argued that those agreements also obligate both sides to act to prevent terrorism.
He told the court he intended "to disrupt my ex-romantic partner's life and cause her great distress" after she had ended their relationship.
Beginner’s Confidence: Tillerson Certain PA Will Stop Paying Terrorist Prisoners; Ignores Abbas’s Legal Obstacles
The payments to prisoners are not just an executive decision Chairman Abbas can turn on and off at will – even if he wanted to. It's the law in the Palestinian Authority.
There was no gunfire, and the young woman, a resident of the Hebron suburb of Yatta, was taken into custody without any injuries.
Included is the name of Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, an Egyptian national with a Qatari passport who uses Qur'an to justify suicide bombing against Israel.