“The challenges on the Gaza border are varied and complex. The people of Israel have someone upon whom to rely."
Netanyahu: The "sole purpose [of the Hamas-driven riots at the Gaza border] is to provide cover for terrorists to carry out terror attacks against Israel."
“The discovery of firebombs is more proof [the Hamas-driven riots] on Friday were a cover for terrorist acts."
"Terrorist organizations are trying to exploit Israel’s desire to ease restrictions on civilians, this time in the area of fishing, in order to promote terror attacks."
The “OpIsrael” hashtag refers to “Operation Israel Hackers,” an annual cyber attack campaign against Israel each April 7. This year it started early.
Here's a question: what prevents the IDF from setting those tires on fire Thursday?
Tuesday’s death brings to 18 since Friday the number of Gazans killed while engaged in actively threatening or attacking the security fence or IDF soldiers along the border.
Without issuing a comment, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the case, thereby leaving the lower court ruling standing.
Miraculously, there were no physical injuries reported, according to United Hatzolah of Judea and Samaria.
The effort is reminiscent of the immortal running sketch of the Kids in the Hall troop, where Mark McKinney peeks at unsuspecting bystanders through his clenched fingers and declares, "I crush your head."
Like a true colonialist, Senator Sanders already knows what the problems of the Middle East are, and how a US intervention would solve them for eternity.
One wonders how much spare time a tunnel digger actually has these days. Perhaps he has more than we realize.
Erdogan Calls Netanyahu ‘Terrorist,’ Israeli PM Mocks Turkey’s ‘April Fool’s Remarks’ Over Gaza Clashes
Prime Minister Netanyahu blasted Erdogan, saying, “The most moral army in the world will not be preached to by someone who for years has indiscriminately bombed civilian populations."
The IDF released the names and backgrounds of 10 of the known terrorists killed along the Gaza fence as part of Hamas's March of Terror.
"Hamas Terror Organization – who are you trying to fool? You are sending armed men to the fence in order to endanger the lives of women and children."
"Int'l community is focused on taking steps that will improve the lives of the Palestinians and is working on a plan for peace. Violence furthers neither of those goals."
This is not the first time that Hamas and its allies have used riots at the border as cover for surreptitious terrorist activities.
"Anyone who mistakenly views in this murderous spectacle even an iota of freedom of expression is blind to the threats the State of Israel faces."
The statement was delivered during the emergency session of the UN Security Council, convened during the Passover seder, at a time no Jew could attend.
The Palestinian Authority representative addressed the Council during the meeting, while Israeli representatives were not present due to the sacred holiday.
"The blood of the Palestinians who were killed was not spilled in vain..."
The IDF is preparing for the possibility of extremist Salafis merging with the masses during Friday's planned rallies and shooting at army forces, thus provoking the bloodshed Israel fears most.
Security forces are searching for a terrorist on his way to his attack.
Malek Yusef Nahar Assadi, from Shefaram, plowed his car into people at several locations around the city.