Police have identified two more French nationals who blew themselves up in the coordinated attacks in Paris on Friday, the prosecutor said, and also put out a request for a Belgian-born man they warned was dangerous.
Israel on Sunday approved the entry of some 9,000 Ethiopians known as Falash Mura who claim Jewish lineage, ending decades of debate on whether to allow their immigration despite uncertainty over their right to settle in the Jewish state.6
Israel’s Prime Minister has directed the country’s Foreign Ministry to file a protest with the International Committee of the Red Cross after accusing a Palestinian Red Crescent Society ambulance of not stopping to help Jewish victims of a terror attack.5
Israeli intelligence services reportedly are helping France investigate the Paris attacks that left at least 129 people dead.3
Palestinian attackers in the current wave of terror on Israelis fit the traditional profile of a lone terrorist, Israel’s Shin Bet said in a new report.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the same terrorism is driving the attacks in Israel and in Paris.48
The Amherst College chapter of Hillel joined over 50 campus groups in a coalition demanding changes to create a more “inclusive environment” on campus.
French police questioned on Sunday relatives of one of the suicide attackers who brought carnage to Paris as a row over Europe’s refugee crisis re-ignited, with conservatives demanding an end to “the days of uncontrolled immigration.”
Institutional Jewish activities ground to halt in Paris for safety reasons and out of respect for the 129 people who died in several terrorist attacks that rocked the French capital on Friday.
Israel’s Shin Bet security service arrested a suspect in the West Bank shooting that left a man and his son dead on the eve of his daughter’s wedding.
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