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Police swooped down on two locations in eastern Jerusalem, uncovering rifles, ammunition, pipe bombs and bullets.
Two "ramming" terrorists were killed in a terror round-up in Kalandia. Soldiers may have been shot by friendly fire.
The terrorist repeatedly stabbed and murdered two men who were in the middle of afternoon prayer in a synagogue.
The teenagers were cousins. The father one of the terrorists said he was surprised that his son carried out the attack but added he is proud of him.
IDF soldiers on patrol came under firebomb attack in a Jerusalem neighborhood from an Arab mob; their self-defense is a trigger for Arab media incitement.
The IDF is introducing new measures in light of the wave of Arab terror in Gush Etzion.
PM Netanyahu says the government has an entire arsenal of new measures to deal with the growing number of Arab terror attacks.
The victim was seriously wounded from stabs in the stomach. The terrorist escaped.
The decline in violence and fear has prompted officials to take the extra police officers off the streets.
The attack took place at the Tapuach junction in northern Samaria.
The windows of the Temple Mount activist's car were smashed on "Rock-Throwing Lane," also known as Highway 60.
M-16 rifles, ammunition and military vests were found in Jenin and Kalkilya.
Richard Lakin, 76, was the principal of a Connecticut school before moving to Israel in 1984.
Police foiled knife attacks by two female terrorists. An official of the Muslim Waqf was with them and was detained by Border Police.
Don’t panic. Don’t stop your car. Don’t shoot. And most importantly, don’t give the enemy a victory by staying off the roads.
The Abbas regime promotes hurling rocks to murder Jewish motorists, while his Fatah party prefers knives.
"We are seeing a combination of the Internet and Islamic extremists, and the incitement on social media is fueling murder."
The terrorist was from a Northern Negev city that used to be relatively pro-Israel and even voted for the Shas Hareidi religious party.
Arabs burned the site that the Palestinian Authority is committed by the Oslo Accords to guard and to allow access by Jews.
The new directive applies when police corner a terrorist in a closed place.
The Hebron University student's Molotov cocktail boomeranged. He suffered light burns.
A female employee at a gasoline station suspected two young Arabs, who turned out to be would-be terrorists, and called the police.
The wave of terror also has made self-defense courses and pepper spray the new fad.
Zoabi told a Hamas publication, " If only lone attacks continue, without popular support, they will fade away within a few days. So when thousands of our people come out it will turn these events into a real Intifada,"