The Arabic Twitter account for Hamas’ military wing was closed down, two weeks after its English account was suspended.
A well-known computer hacker said he was behind anti-Semitic, racist flyers that appeared on printers at more than a dozen colleges last week.
A soldier caught on video shooting a prone Palestinian terrorist in the head could be charged with manslaughter rather than murder, the military prosecutor said at a hearing.9
In the wake of last week’s terror attack in Brussels, Belgians transformed a central square in the capital into an impromptu memorial for the victims.
The Interior Ministry asked the producer of Elton John’s upcoming concert in Israel to sign a declaration of loyalty on John’s behalf as a condition of his appearance here in May, concert producer Shuki Weiss has said. The Interior Ministry called Weiss’ statement “wacky and crazy” and “a blatant lie.”9
Britain’s Sky News quoted intelligence sources on Monday as saying that Islamic State had “advanced plans” to kill Jewish children in Turkey by attacking kindergartens, schools and youth centers.
A Belgian Jew whose leg was amputated in a suicide bombing at Brussels’ main airport said he would immigrate to Israel.
Scandal-scarred porn star James Deen is proving true that old adage that there’s no such thing as bad publicity.
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