"We will get to every person who had any connection at all to the attack and to anyone who dares to openly express support, or to utter inciting statements or encourages people to support terror ."
The terrorist who attempted to bomb the Central Station was shot by police, who say "everything is under control."
The incident carries broader regional implications, due to the fact that Iran is using armed drones in a military theater along Israel's borders.
The attacker was stopped by security personnel, who shot and killed him.
The newly inaugurated "Martyr Khaled Nazzal Square,"memorializes the terror leader who planned the attack leading to the murder of 22 children and four adults on May 15, 1974.
This is the fifth time in the past four months that French police have been targeted in Paris.
“All of us, I think every mother and father in the State of Israel, and the State of Israel, we all embrace Hadas's mother and father, and brothers and sisters."
Where was President Donald Trump, Israel's "good friend" and "ally?"
In June 2011 Dahlan was expelled from Fatah because of repeated claims by Abbas that he had murdered Yasser Arafat.
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."