"Thou shalt not murder.”
No one envied the Iranian last week, with temperatures above 150 Farenheit. In Israel, it hit above 100 degrees.
Here is a long, but incomplete, list of Arab attacks over Shabbat...
Palestinian Authority Arabs attempt to torch Joseph's tomb in retaliation for Duma arson attack.
Israel Police are on nationwide 'high alert' in response to an uptick in Arab violence.'
Arabs attacked Israeli forces in Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria on Sabbath over the deaths of an innocent baby and a terrorist.
There were no injuries, but the bus was badly damaged.
They are throwing rocks and blocks at the drivers as they drive by.
The car was hit twice.
"Yesha" and Binyamin Regional Council leaders said the attack "is not the path of Jews in Judea and Samaria."
The initial investigation indicates that Price Tag vandals have now graduated to murder.
Israeli military medics rescued a Palestinian Authority Arab girl in Hebron on Thursday.
At least 2 Border Guard officers refused early Thursday to expel families from the ruins of Sa-Nur.
Hamas in Gaza is calling for an "uprising" against the Palestinian Authority security force.
The Prime Minister approved construction of the homes after the High Court ordered demolitions of homes under construction.
The suspects belonged to an infrastructure that tried to disrupt the May 2014 visit of Pope Francis.
By noon Wednesday, Israeli forces were demolishing two buildings in Beit El.
Ahead of the Jewish holiday of love and matchmaking, Israelis in Samaria battle security forces and old nightmares.
A tent city is raised in solidarity with Beit El residents, where two half-finished apartment buildings are threatened with demolition.
"Why does the law work only in favor of the Arabs?"
High Court ordered the "illegal" building to be torn down. Bayit Yehudi MK threatens to tear down coalition government.
A Magen David Adom ambulance was attacked Monday night as it traveled in the Hebron Hills.
A new Arab claim on Susiya is based on an alleged 1881 document and claiming "we were here first."
Firefighter aircraft and ground crews fought fires in four locations Sunday -- each in a different direction around Jerusalem.
Arabs disrupted Jewish prayers in Hebron on the night of Tisha B'Av