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May 25, 2015 / 7 Sivan, 5775
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PA Vehicles to be Allowed into Little Israel

Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

The Civil Administration will begin allowing Palestinian Authority doctors to drive their personal cars over the Green Line and into pre-67 Israel.

This will be the first time since the year 2000 that personal cars with Palestinian Authority license plates will be allowed to freely cross over the Green Line. Official had restricted their access due to all the terror attacks by Palestinian Authority Arabs.

The permission will initially be granted to approximately 100 PA doctors who need more timely access to the Israeli hospitals where they work.

Security officials will be evaluating the permission on an ongoing basis.

In a few months, the permission may be expanded to include businessmen and merchants. In addition, other entry restrictions on PA Arabs have already been relaxed, based on age.

The Almagor organization, which represents Israeli terror victims, criticized the plan, saying it increased the risk of terror attacks against Israelis.

Meir Indor, who heads Almagor, said that he hopes the Civil Administration acts fairly, and if Palestinian Authority vehicles can enter [Green Line] Israel, then Israelis should be allowed to enter Area A, where Jews are currently not allowed to go.

Arab ‘Refugees’ in Samaria Clash with PA Forces and Shut Down Highway

Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

Arabs from the UNRWA-run village of Balata closed down a main highway to Shechem on Monday in retaliation for the detention in jail of 17 men arrested by the Palestinian Authority.

Balata is the largest of 19 “refugee camps” in Judea and Samaria. The protesters closed down a road called, of all things, “Jerusalem Street.”

Their problem is that the Palestinian Authority is trying to crack down on criminals, according to the Ma’an News Agency, based in Bethlehem. Even worse, Balata residents suspect that the PA arrests terrorists who are wanted by Israel.

Balata also has been the scene of clashes between IDF troops who often encounter violence when trying to arrest terrorists.

The situation in Balata is a classic case of hopelessness, paranoia and hatred, all of which are aggravated by the eternal status of “refugee” that UNRWA classifies every generation in the villages it operates.

The Palestinian Authority cooperates with Israel to weed out terrorists, especially those who are dangerous to the Abbas regime as well as to Israelis. The PA, despite all its threats of breaking security cooperation with Israel, would be at the mercy of criminals and terrorists if it did so.

The UNRWA village residents are hostages of a long-time Arab world dream of being moved to Israel under a peace agreement that would leave the Palestinian Authority with all of Judea and Samaria and most of Jerusalem, including the Old City,.

The chances for such an accord are zero, although some say it is a bit more than zero and others say less than zero.

The refugees hate Israel. They also hate the Palestinian Authority. They hate everyone and everything.

It is conveniently symbolic that they closed Jerusalem Street. If they could, they would close all of the city of Jerusalem and Ramallah, especially Mahmoud Abbas’ offices.

Four ‘Price Tag’ Arsonists Sentenced to 3 Months of Public Service

Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

The Jerusalem District Court Monday sentenced four teenage boys from Arad and Judea and Samaria to three months of community service for setting fire to a café near Hebron.

The Prosecutor had originally asked for a six-month jail sentence.

Police obtained a video of the four boys, with their faces covered, running away from the café in the Arab village of Dura, which has been a hotbed of terrorist activity.

One of the boys said they acted out of revenge for a Dura Arab’s around attack in Beit El, located in Samaria and north of Jerusalem.

PA Gets $100 Million from Qatar

Wednesday, April 8th, 2015

Qatar “loaned” the Palestinian Authority $100 million dollars today, to help pay salaries and make up for the tax revenue being withheld by Israel after the PA took unilateral steps against Israel in the ICC and the UN, according to a Reuters report.

PA Chairman Mahmoud “Abu Mazen” Abbas officially thanked Qatar.

Qatar owns the Al Jazeera news station.

Photo of Wounded but Smiling Solder Stabbed by Terrorist He Tackled

Thursday, April 2nd, 2015

The soldier who tackled a Palestinian Authority terrorist and was stabbed has been identified as Yoav Lightman.

He was one of several soldiers who confronted a group of Palestinian Authority Arabs who were trying to sneak across the security fence near the Oranit crossing east of Tel Aviv.

Lightman suffered light to moderate wounds. The terrorist was captured, and as seen below, Lightman is recovering nicely.

Today;s IDF hero, Cpl. Yoav Lightman.

Today;s IDF hero, Cpl. Yoav Lightman.

Kosher l’Besach

Thursday, April 2nd, 2015

The Arabic language doesn’t have the consonant ‘P’, which makes it difficult for many Arabs to pronounce words that aren’t part of their native language, such as the words “Palestine”, “Pesach” and “Passover”.

Instead Arabs replace the “P” with a “B“.

Apparently not being able to pronounce it, also means not being able to hear it correctly either.

A sharp-eyed Israeli inspector captured this shipment of eggs that Balestinians from the B.A. were trying to illegally smuggle into Little Israel.

The stamp on the egg says “Kosher Besach” instead of “Kosher Pesach”.

Oops. Foiled Again.

Attack on Yemeni Refugees Makes Israel Look Like the Girl Scouts

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

A Saudi-led air strike has killed at least 40 refugees in Yemen and wounded 200 others, but the coalition says Houthi terrorists were using humans as shields to cover their attacks.

Sound familiar?

A war crime is not necessarily a war crime if anyone other than Israel is defending itself against terrorists who violate the Geneva Convention by using human beings, including children, as protective shields.

The Reuters news agency quoted an unidentified humanitarian worker as saying that the airstrike hit a truck carrying Houthi militiamen near the camp’s entrance.

Foreign media have reported that the Saudi-led attack on the Yemeni camp without the usual immediate denunciation by the United Nations when Israel bombs terrorist targets.

But leave it to the Arabs to keep “Israeli war crimes” in the headlines.

PLO Executive Committee member Hanan Ashrawi, despite being one of the more intelligent members of the Palestinian Authority, accused Israel of war crimes on Monday because Jerusalem granted permission for the construction of 143 new apartments in Har Homa, located north of Bethlehem.

The project is nothing new, and the permission simply places a check mark next to another bureaucratic step in Israel’s convoluted process of building a house.

For Ashrawi, it was as if Israel had bombed a refugee camp. She said:

This latest development is an additional war crime as stipulated by the Rome Statute, and the occupation authorities will be held accountable by the International Criminal Court (ICC) and other venues for its continued aggression on the lands and resources of the state of Palestine.

As of tomorrow, April Fool’s Day, the Palestinian Authority officially becomes a member of the ICC, where it can try to sue Israel for killing civilians whom Hamas used as human  shields in last summer’s war in Gaza,.

Even Amnesty, in a report last week, has admitted that Hamas and other terrorist groups violated humanitarian law by “storing rockets and other munitions in civilian buildings – including UN schools – and [that it] launched attacks or stored munitions very near locations where hundreds of displaced civilians were taking shelter.”

If the Palestinian Authority wants to go to the ICC to sue Israel for bomb including terrorists and killing civilians hidden by them, then Saudi Arabia should be next in line for the attack on Yemen’s refugee camps.

The old “double standard” could be raised, arguing that Israel is guilty because it is Israel and Saudi Arabia is innocent because it is Saudi Arabia, but that is becoming harder for foreign media to justify in the wake of continued Palestinian Authority incitement and praise for terror.

The Palestinian Authority has not reacted to the bombing of the Yemeni camp by the Saudi-led force, to which Ramallah has given its blessing, for what it is worth.

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