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November 27, 2015 / 15 Kislev, 5776
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Security Presence to be Raised in Integrated Cities

Sunday, October 11th, 2015

The prime minister’s office announced in a statement Saturday night that the nation’s police force is beefing up its security presence in the country’s integrated towns, such as Ramle.

An additional contingent of three companies of Border Guard Police reservists was authorized for deployment in mixed Arab-Jewish cities where increased tensions have become obvious over the past 48 hours.

Dozens of Arab rioters hurled rocks at Israeli police officers in the integrated town of Ramle on Saturday afternoon. At least ten arrests were made, according to police.

Also on Saturday night, a Jerusalem bus driver was injured in a stone-throwing attack by Arabs hurling rocks as he drove his vehicle along Rehov Shmuel HaNavi. The route skirts along the area outside the Old City of Jerusalem adjacent to an area leading to an Arab neighborhood.

Kiryat Gat Terrorist Who Stabbed IDF Soldier Was Hamas Member

Wednesday, October 7th, 2015

A terrorist who was shot and killed by Israeli police after stabbing an IDF soldier and stealing his gun in Kiryat Gat on Wednesday was a member of Hamas.

The Gaza-based terrorist organization has confirmed that Ahmed al-Jundi was a member of the Hebron branch of the group.

Jundi was a resident of Yatta, a suburb of Hebron.

Police Chief Candidate’s Name Revealed

Sunday, September 27th, 2015

Cleared for Publication: Name of Recommended Candidate for Chief of Israel’s Police

After a few days media blackout, the name of the government’s recommended candidate to head up the Israeli Police force can now be revealed — Rony Alsheich. Rony, who was referred to only as “R” (Raish, in Hebrew), is the deputy director of the Shabak (Shin Bet) internal police organization which reports to the Prime Minister.

Due to security protocols, his name and photo are never allowed to be published.

As he is now the recommended candidate — the Prime Minister has released his name for publication in accordance with the laws on state security.

Alsheich was a commander in the Paratroopers, and joined the Shabak in 1987. He became deputy head of the Shabak in 2014.

The 52-year-old Alsheich is a father of 7, and grandfather to 7. He lived in a settlement in the Shomron for a number of years, and is religious. He now lives in central Israel.

He was considered a top candidate to take over the Shabak in 2016, and no major barriers are expected to present themselves from his being appointed Chief of Police.

Police Arrest Jew in Response to Arab Violence [video]

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

Once again, the Israeli police have proven themselves not up to the task.

On Tuesday night, Arabs began shooting fireworks around the Beit Orot neighborhood in Jerusalem, according to a Tazpit report.

In response, residents of the neighborhood set up loudspeakers and began using it to yell back at the Arabs shooting at them.

The police finally arrived, entered the Beit Orot neighborhood and confiscated the loudspeaker system.

One Jewish man in his 20’s was also arrested.

No Arabs were arrested.

A Honeinu lawyer is on his way to assist the arrested man.


How to Stop the Arab Violence on the Temple Mount

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

Prime Minister Netanyahu is overthinking the problem.

There is ongoing Arab violence on the Temple Mount.

– The Arabs are harassing visitors to the Temple Mount.
– The Arabs are attacking visitors to the Temple Mount.
– The Arabs are attacking police on the Temple Mount.
– The Arabs are rioting on the Temple Mount.
– The Arabs are preparing bombs on the Temple Mount.

I’m not sure what other options Netanyahu is considering, since there’s really only one solution that’s guaranteed to work.

No Arabs, no violence.

The logic is simple…

Arabs are no longer welcome or allowed onto the Temple Mount. Period.

The Israeli police have no problem preventing Jews from going up. It’s time they now are forced to address the real source of the problem.

The results will be…

– No Arabs on the Temple Mount, no one on the Temple Mount gets harassed.
– No Arabs on the Temple Mount, no one on the Temple Mount gets attacked.
– No Arabs on the Temple Mount, no riots on the Temple Mount.
– No Arabs on the Temple Mount, no bombs on the Temple Mount.

Is Bibi afraid the Arabs in the Old City will get violent in response?

Well then Netanyahu is overthinking the problem, since there’s really only one solution that’s guaranteed to work…

Bar Mitzvah Boy Expelled From Temple Mount

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

A Bar Mitzvah boy was removed from the Temple Mount this morning by Israeli police, according to the Tazpit News Agency.

The boy, the son of the well-known Jewish activist, Noam Federman, went up to the Temple Mount on the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah.

While on the Temple Mount the boy said one of the oldest Jewish prayers out loud, Shema Yisrael, “Hear O’ Israel”.

The Israeli police do not allow Jews to pray on the Temple Mount, so the boy was removed.

Arrests on Temple Mount: Jewish Boy for Wearing Tzitzit, Jewish Man for Singing to Groom

Sunday, August 16th, 2015

It was a “two-fer” on the Temple Mount in the Old City of Jerusalem on Sunday.

Israel Police arrested a Jewish boy for wearing his tzitzit (tallit katan) as commanded in the Torah, and a Jewish man for singing into the ear of a Jewish groom ahead of his nuptials a few hours later.

No one arrested anyone for subsequenly attacking an Israeli police officer, who suffered an injured leg.

Members of the Islamic Waqf on the Temple Mount complained to the Israeli police about the Jewish boy who was walking on the Temple Mount wearing his Tzitzit, according to other Jewish visitors on the Jewish holy site.

The Muslim security officers complained that the boy’s Tzitzit were a “Jewish symbol” — in violation of the regulations that state one must not wear obvious religious symbols into the site — and the Islamic Waqf officer warned a “disruption” would ignite because of the boy’s Jewish garment.

Tzitzit are the four-cornered fringed garment that all Jewish men and boys are enjoined in the Torah to wear. The commandment is repeated in the third paragraph of the Shema prayer, the single most important prayer in Judaism save for the Kaddish, which is recited for the departed.

The police arrested the Jewish minor and took him to the police station.

But by the time they reached the entrance to the police station, the police apparently realized they had no cause to arrest the boy and he was unconditionally released.

The boy is a resident of Beit El.

A short time later, a 35-year-old Jewish man was arrested at the Temple Mount as well.

According to the police, the man was walking with a groom on the Temple Mount, while quietly singing to into his ear the popular Jewish wedding song, “Od Yishama” — a song which is often sung when accompanying a groom on his wedding day.

This man, celebrating the imminent nuptials of his friend, was also taken into custody. The Honenu civil rights NGO has issued a statement saying its legal counsel has gone to the police precinct in an attempt to secure his release in time for him to attend the wedding of his friend.

Following that incident an Israeli police officer was attacked by Arabs at the site. He was slightly injured when the Arabs hurled a wooden beam at him, hitting his leg.

There are no reports of anyone having been arrested, however, for attacking the Israeli police officer.

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/temple-mount-jewish-boy-arrested-for-tzitzit-jewish-man-for-singing-to-groom-as-policeman-injured-in-arab-attack/2015/08/16/

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