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Additional Arrests Made in Murder of Rabbi Miki Mark

Monday, August 1st, 2016

In an IDF operation inside the terror village of Dura, near Hebron, IDF forces made ten more arrests in connection to the terror attack near Otniel on Jul 1, 2016, according to the IDF.

In that terror attack on Road 60, Rabbi Miki Mark was murdered and 3 members of his family were wounded when terrorists opened fire on the car he and his family were driving in.

The ten who were arrested last night aided the terrorists who were recently arrested. Some of those arrested are family members. Among those arrested was the terror leader’s weapons supplier.

In addition, 3 secret weapons factories were discovered in a joint Shabak-Border Police operation in the town of Kalkilya.

Jewish Press News Briefs

The Tamar Yonah Show – How the Arab Media Spins a Terrorist into a Victim [audio]

Wednesday, July 6th, 2016

Israelis are angry and Tamar dishes it out in this show! A spate of terror attacks make for some hot commentary and impassioned talk. Don’t miss this show for ‘the real deal’ on how Israelis feel, with guest Shifra Hoffman from www.VictimsofArabTerror.com and www.Shuva.net.

Also, some more light and happy news as Tamar interviews Uri Kelman on his upcoming aliyah (moving to Israel) this month. Is Uri hesitant to move his family here with the latest spate of terror? Listen to find out!

Tamar Yonah Show 03Jul – PODCAST

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The Tamar Yonah Show – The Aftermath of Terror & Speeches We Should Give Today [audio]

Monday, June 20th, 2016

We hear about terror attacks, the dead, the injured, and then it dies out and the news moves on. But what REALLY goes on with the survivors after everyone else has forgotten? Shifra Hoffman, founder of www.VictimsOfArabTerror.com and director of www.Shuva.net, comes on the show and talks about the aftermath of terror.

Also, Israel is often unjustly condemned and ‘punished’ by the world. Listen to a speech made by former Prime Minister of Israel, Menachem Begin, that strongly and courageously puts Israel’s needs and security on the table with no apologies and no bent knee. You can read about it in the book called BEGIN: His Life, Words and Deeds.

Tamar Yonah Show 19Jun- PODCAST

Israel News Talk Radio

1 Wounded in Evening Terror Attack on Jerusalem Bus

Monday, May 30th, 2016

The “fading” terror wave in Israel does not appear to be fading quite so fast – at least, not yet. Arab terrorists are still trying to kill Jewish men, women and children on the roads of the country when and however they can, albeit perhaps more quietly.

At least one person was physically injured, and other passengers traumatized Sunday evening in a terror attack on an Israeli bus in northern Jerusalem.

The bus came under a hail of rocks as it was traveling on Uzi Narkis Street in the northern Jerusalem neighborhood of Pisgat Ze’ev.

The neighborhood is just minutes away from another Jewish Jerusalem neighborhood, Neve Ya’akov, but is also right next door to the Arab neighborhood of Shuafat, a hotbed of terror.

Magen David Adom paramedics were called to the scene to treat the wounded man. The bus was taken out of service in order for the damage to be assessed, catalogued as evidence and eventually to be repaired.

Security forces searched for the perpetrators, and intelligence agents will, as usual, carry out their mission to track down who was responsible for trying to ruin the lives of Israelis and their families who were just trying to get from one place to another on a quiet Sunday night.

Hana Levi Julian

Netanyahu: No 2-State Solution Possible For Now

Thursday, February 11th, 2016

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is standing firm on a stance he took in 2009, at the start of his current tenure in office: that for Israel and the Palestinian Authority to “live side by side in peace” the PA must demilitarize and recognize Israel as the homeland of the Jewish People.

It has done neither, nor has its government expressed any intent to do so in the future. Instead, the PA has deliberately brainwashed an entire generation to grow up as future jihadists and anti-Israel terrorists. Its leaders continue to glorify killers with Jewish and Israeli blood on their hands, honoring them by marking events, public streets and other venues in their names. Social media campaigns, sermons in the mosques, school textbooks and government-approved children’s television programs all continue to eliminate any existence of the State of Israel and encourage murderous attacks against Jews and Israelis. Enticing children and teens’ summer camps featuring special military training are promoted every year. Families of convicted terrorists and those who die in attempted attacks enjoy a generous, guaranteed government-paid monthly income for life.

So why would a PA child or teen not want to grow up to kill Israelis? Why would any adolescent with the normal hormonal shifts of the teenage years not find solace after a fight with a parent, sibling or friend in reaching eternal peace and family honor as a shahid (Islamic war martyr)?

In such an environment, peace cannot even sprout, let alone blossom. Both Netanyahu and Opposition leader Isaac Herzog long ago reached this conclusion, albeit via different paths.

Netanyahu told the Knesset in its session on Wednesday the PA has yet to meet even the basic requirements for a final status agreement. He favors a two-state solution, he said – but practically speaking, it’s just not possible unless PA leaders meet the two basic requirements.

“The first principle is mutual recognition,” the prime minister said. “The Palestinian Authority demands we recognize a national state of theirs; and they will also have to recognize our national state, in any peace agreement. It is only natural for them to give us what they wish for themselves.”

In addition, the PA must demilitarize. “The Palestinian areas must be demilitarized of forces hostile to Israel,” Netanyahu said.

Nevertheless, negotiations were not precluded from the equation. The prime minister noted that talks have been launched in the past without these conditions having been met.

“I want to clarify once again for the thousandth time that I did not condition the start of negotiations on the acceptance of these principles,” he said.

“Rather, I made it clear that in order to complete the negotiations successfully, these principles had to be fulfilled.”

Netanyahu emphasized that only Israel can enforce such demilitarization, a point that both the United States and the European Union have repeatedly attempted to invalidate.

“Experience shows that neither the UN nor an international force but only the IDF and Israel’s security agencies can ensure this demilitarization. Israel must continue to be the force responsible for security on the ground,” he said.

“There is no security separation. None. It doesn’t exist,” Netanyahu said, responding to claims by the Opposition that “total separation” will ensure peace and can ensure Israel’s safety.

Herzog, as chairman of the Zionist Union party and leader of the Opposition had advocated for “total separation” — but reluctantly he too has told reporters in the past several weeks that a two-state solution is “just not possible at this point.”

“Israel must be responsible for its security,” Netanyahu underlined. Without the two basic requirements of a demilitarized Palestinian Authority state, and mutual recognition of each other’s right to a “homeland” Netanyahu made it clear that Israel cannot gamble with the lives of its citizens.

Hana Levi Julian

Police Uncover Terror Weapons at Arab Falafel Store in Jerusalem

Monday, December 28th, 2015

The word “kador” in Hebrew can mean a ball, as in falafel balls, and bullets.

It meant both of those this morning when Jerusalem police swooped down on a falafel store and another location in eastern Jerusalem and found weapons stored for terror and crime.

The owner of the falafel stand is being questioned. Police found that besides chips, humus and hot pepper sauce, the falafel stand also was stockpiled with two pipe bombs, cartridges and bullets.

The other location was a courtyard next to a house. Buried in the ground was a bag containing 6 pipe bombs, 2 stun grenades, a Gustav rifle, cartridges and bullets.

The owner of the residence was arrested.

TPS News Agency adds:

This is the third time in recent months that such material has been found in seemingly innocuous locations.

In early November, detectives, assisted by sniffer dogs, located several pipe bombs, improvised guns and ammunition hidden near Jerusalem’s district court. Shortly after the incident, an Arab father and son were arrested on suspicion of having a connection to the material.

In December during an overnight raid, the IDF also discovered lethal weapons including Carlo guns, ammunition and knives concealed in a shop inside a refugee camp in Kalandiya in Jerusalem.

Tzvi Ben-Gedalyahu

Netanyahu Says ‘Don’t Confuse Jewish Extremists with Religious Zionism’

Sunday, December 27th, 2015

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is trying to plug the hole Opposition politicians and leftist journalist have dug open to brand national religious Zionists as extremists who thrive on violence and rebellion.

Using the opening of the weekly Cabinet meeting to speak to the public, he said:

I would like to say a few words about the disgraceful video and everything related to it.

I asked that this video be shown to the Cabinet, this is well known. I thought it important to make it clear how much this extremist group, in my view both extremist and fringe, certainly does not represent religious Zionism.

Consider the strong, clear and sharp statements by the political leaders and rabbis who disavowed its denial of the state and its undermining of the state and its values. Therefore, to try and link religious Zionism to this group does a very great injustice to a dear public that is loyal to the state, contributes to the state and contributes to the IDF, including to its most outstanding units.

He did not sink to the level of populists and did not name any one, but for the uninformed, Opposition co-leader Tzipi Livni, Yesh Atid party chairman Yair Lapid who also sits in the opposition, and even Likud Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon have thrown poison darts at the national religious community since the arrests of suspects Jewish terrorists in connection with the arson-murder at the Palestinian Authority village of Duma nearly six months ago.

The media are having a field day. There is no need to look at Haaretz to see what its latest lovers of hate have to write, but Yediot Acharonot, although definitely left of center, also could not resist the temptation to take a hitch on the “hate wedding” and publish an op-ed with the lead stating:

A country which has sent a former president, prime minister, ministers and Knesset members to prison has never had the courage to act against religious leaders who instigate masses and are bringing all of us closer to the edge of abyss.

Livni, Lapid and Meretz party chairwoman Zahava Gal-On know as much about Jews in living in Judea and Samaria as they know about how to win an election. The Yediot op-ed writer, Eitan Haber, knows little more.\

Anyone living in a national religious community in Judea and Samaria for nearly 25 years, as I have, knows very well that the extremists are misfits and super ADHD dropouts for normal society who rebel against anyone trying to tell them what to do unless it is what they want to do.

They are not “masses.” They may be exploited, but they are not being instigated.

Credit must be given to a Haaretz journalist who said more or less the same words on the national religious Galei Yisrael radio station Sunday morning.

Prime Minister Netanyahu is a bit more informed that the knee-jerk Opposition robots who blame the government for everything from the weather to global warming.

Besides trying to tame down the hate-filled vindictive against rabbis and national religious Jews, he also pointed out the obvious differences between Arab Jewish terror, a distinction that is not politically correct in the leftist camps and certainly not in the European Union , the United Nations and the State Dept.

Netanyahu stated:

Arab terror attacks us relentlessly and we are fighting it without restrictions. This terrorism is much greater in magnitude; there is no comparison.

Second, there is something else, the government here, and our public, and all bodies and all leaders come out against phenomena of Jewish terrorism. We condemn, they praise. In the Palestinian Authority, public squares and streets are named after them. They pay them salaries.

There is a great difference between Israeli society’s and Israeli democracy’s healthy approach, which disavows, condemns and takes action against terrorism, and the Palestinian Authority which, I regret, encourages and incites terrorism. I suggest that these distinctions be maintained even as we fight terrorism and inciters of whatever kind.


Tzvi Ben-Gedalyahu

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