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Thirty-one PA schools are named after terrorists and "martyrs," 41 school names glorify martyrdom, while three additional schools are named after Nazi collaborators.
"I now appreciate ... it is the influx of foreign, European Jews ... which has helped to cause great problems."
The Islamic Republic is trying to establish a permanent military presence it Syria, along Israel's northern border, Netanyahu warned.
"We can confirm that a number of serving members of the Army have been arrested under the Terrorism Act for being associated with a proscribed far right group."
The two British constables overpowered the terrorist, who had a sword, even though they were unarmed.
"Government opposition to the Palestinian Authority policy of paying salaries to convicted terrorists ought to be self-evident."
Britain has banned only the “military” wing of Hezbollah, but not the so-called “political” wing.
Campaign Against Antisemitism: "This is the reality of the supposed crackdown on extremism and terrorism.”
“Stamford Hill Shomrim are in touch with the Metropolitan Police Service and have urged the local community to be vigilant and report anything suspicious."
“London Bridge will not fall,” PM Netanyahu declared. “Together we will vanquish terror.”
UK's PM May: "We cannot and must not pretend that things can remain the same. Terrorism breeds terrorism."
Kent Police say they refused to respond because “the informant left the scene and officers deemed there was no further risk."
BA chairman and CEO Alex Cruz said the issue was not due to a cyber attack, and apologized to the air carrier's passengers.
Since the attack, social media has been rife with conspiracy myths alleging that a Jewish plot was responsible for the atrocity.
"What comes next will be more severe on the worshippers of the Cross and their allies, by Allah's permission."
“I won’t call them monsters because they would like that term, Pres. Trump said. They would think that’s a great name. They are losers, just remember that."
Most of the terror victims are young teenagers attending a concert.
"He was known to MI5 and police, was convicted on a range of offenses, but was not convicted on any terrorism charges."
"We understand the frustration [this] will cause...[but] our top priority will always be to maintain the safety of British nationals."
"I call on the government to urgently prepare... a national emergency plan for possible waves of immigration of our Jewish brothers to Israel."
"I have been here for six years and haven’t seen anything like it," a local worker said.
UK-based Campaign Against Antisemitism warns that "once again [it] sees a neo-Nazi being given carte blanche."
Breaking the Silence has been receiving funds originating with the British government via aid organizations, the NGO Monitor reports.