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  • Jerusalem terrorists shock Israel

    The capture of a Hamas cell in eastern Jerusalem believed responsible for a series of devastating terrorist attacks was a major coup for Israel’s security forces — but it underscored the challenge Israel faces in fighting terrorism when the perpetrators m

  • Barak testifies to riot panel

    The commission probing the riots of October 2000, in which 13 Israeli Arabs were killed by police fire, has concluded its public hearings with testimony from former Prime Minister Ehud Barak, who denied culpability and accused Israeli Arab politicians of

  • Barghouti trial likely to be heated

    When one of the Palestinians’ most popular figures goes on trial for orchestrating terror attacks, the proceedings are likely to be filled with fiery charges and countercharges.

  • Courts delay deportation policy

    A controversial policy to deport Palestinian terrorists’ relatives from the West Bank to the Gaza Strip is facing Israel’s toughest legal test.

  • Camp helps heal terror wounds

    Some 260,000 children in grades one through six – including 8-year-old Yaniv Amousha and other survivors of terror attacks – have attended Israeli day camps funded by the United Jewish Communities’ Israel Emergency Campaign.

  • Terrorists kill Jews, Arabs, foreign workers

    A series of Palestinian terror attacks that killed 13 people in a 24-hour span did not differentiate among its victims: Among the dead were Jews, Arabs and foreign nationals.

  • Israel debates wisdom of airstrike

    Israelis are wondering whether the price for killing a top Hamas official this week in the Gaza Strip will be too high.

  • Israel drops deportation plan

    Israel’s attorney general rejected as collective punishment a controversial proposal to deport relatives and friends of terrorists from the West Bank to Gaza Strip.

  • Israel presses anti-terror efforts

    Launched following two recent suicide bombings, Israel´s military campaign continued this week while Jewish settlers began dismantling illegal enclaves and a bomb blast shook morning commuters on a train.

  • Belgian court rules against Sharon trial

    Israeli officials are applauding the decision by a Belgian appeals court not to try Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon for alleged war crimes.