DM Liberman arrived at the Pentagon at midday Tuesday for talks with US Defense Secy James Mattis. The top item on the agenda: Iran.
The man, about 40, received treatment for a stabbing wound in his upper body.
MK Hazan suggested in no uncertain way there was no such thing as a "Palestinian nation," only a cluster of terrorists using the term as a unifying name.
"This order is part of our ongoing efforts to eliminate vulnerabilities that radical Islamist terrorists can and will exploit for destructive ends."
"If you know of a specific person injured by stones thrown by our young people, contact us and we will try to compensate for this."
The two leaders spoke at length about the dangers posed by the nuclear deal with Iran and by Iran's malevolent behavior in the region.
The Monday attacks came after a relatively quiet lull, due to extensive police enforcement.
In Ramallah, security forces captured a stash of illegal weapons.
The Dutch national security agency said the Rotterdam mayor had not, as he claimed, been in touch about the Hamas conference.
Arab road terror is continuing; multiple attacks against Israeli public buses left wounded Israelis and damaged vehicles.
The suspect believed a cousin is an extremist fighter in Syria; he traveled to Turkey, trying to join ISIS or Al Nusra.
The two terror suspects were spotted as they were carrying out surveillance around the area.
There were the inevitable comments about that famous 1996 picture of Prime Minister Netanyahu shaking hands sincerely with the Chairman from Ramallah.
The Border Guard officers pointed their weapons at the suspect and arrested him without the use of force.
The prosecution agreed to the appeal but wanted Azaria to start serving his prison term immediately.
Sainte Gilles Mayor Charles Picque said the driver was a "radicalized man." He was detained after police found the gas canisters in his car.
An IDF unit came under gunfire attack from Gaza.
The vigil is in response to the sharp increase in the past few weeks of stone throwing by Arabs on the road in eastern Gush Etzion.
This is the fifth rocket attack launched against Israel from either Gaza or Sinai since the beginning of February.
The Police Spokesperson said that police protocol requires an examination of the injured terrorist by sappers to verify that no weapons or explosives are present on his or her person.
The ISA views the departure of Israelis to Syria and Iraq as a very dangerous phenomenon.
The rocket alert sounded along the Gaza border.
Eizenkot said that since the Hebron incident in March 2016 there had been 200 other incidents and in none of them did the forces involved hesitate to shoot.
According to a Tweet from Gaza, explosions were heard in central Gaza City and the central Gaza Strip
This is the fourth rocket attack across Israel's border this month.