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The unidentified man waited for a Red Crescent ambulance to take him to a Ramallah hospital.
The terrorist who stabbed a woman at Jerusalem's central bus station was a resident of Ras el Amud.
A 13-year-old boy is fighting for his life after being stabbed in a terror attack in Pisgat Ze'ev.
A Jerusalem yeshiva student was stabbed Thursday by an Arab terrorist near Ammunition Hill.
The sandstorm has caused traffic accidents and breathing problems.
A Palestinian Authority terrorist was shot and killed Sunday night after stabbing an Israeli civilian at a gas station.
"New Age" Palestinian Authority has lowered the age of terrorists.
“The idea of adapting the unit actually came from our soldiers who recognized the need for it in the field,” explained Captain Dr. Lev.
The Border Police officer is in critical condition but succeeded in critically wounding his attacker.
Rabbi Shmuel HaLevi Vosner (Wosner), zt'l, -- the Shevet HaLevi -- was laid to rest overnight in Bnei Brak. A young man died at the funeral as well.
The Red Cross, the folks who demand Israel allow jail visits by terrorists’ families but winked when Hamas held Shalit as hostage, honors Palestinian Authority “prisoners” – the ones who kill Jews.
The neighborhoods of south Tel Aviv have been infested with illegal migrants from East Africa.
In recent months, I’ve been contacted repeatedly regarding news reports that Magen David Adom, Israel’s emergency medical response and national blood service, is removing its logo from ambulances in Judea and Samaria, or ending all operations there entirely. It’s been a frustrating time because the reports haven’t been accurate, and the misrepresentations have created a backlash that’s bad for Israel – and for all Israelis. As an Israeli living in the Judean mountain region of Gush Etzion, south of Jerusalem, I want to set the record straight.
At least one person has been reported killed and several injured in the collapse of lighting for a stage being assembled at the Mount Herzl military cemetery in Jerusalem for Rememberance Day ceremonies.
Back in September 2011, in an editorial titled "Magen David Adom: No Time to Blink," we expressed our dismay over reports in several Israeli newspapers that Israel's national ambulance service – its version of the American Red Cross – was in the process of removing the display of the Magen David symbol on its ambulances operating over the Green Line as a sop to the International Red Cross and the Palestinian Red Crescent, which are averse to the display of the Jewish symbol there.