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Female Terrorist Arrested during Stabbing Attack

10 April, 2019   |   2 weeks ago

An Arab female terrorist was arrested on Wednesday at the A-Zaim checkpoint at the entrance to Jerusalem after she attempted to stab Israeli security personnel.

Security forces noticed the terrorist approaching them while wielding a knife. They called on her to stop, fired in the air and overpowered her.

No one was injured in the incident.

Arab Terrorist Throws Hammer at Israeli Car; One Injured

10 April, 2019   |   2 weeks ago

An Arab terrorist on Wednesday threw a hammer at an Israeli car as it drove passed an Arab school near Tekoa, in Gush Etzion, wounding one Israeli.

The victim was evacuated for treatment at a hospital in Jerusalem.

The IDF launched a search for the terrorist.

Israel’s First Lady Still in Critical Condition

4 April, 2019   |   3 weeks ago

First Lady Nechama Rivlin, the wife of Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, is still in critical but stable condition after her health deteriorated late Tuesday.

She is still sedated and receiving respiratory aid in the cardiothoracic intensive care unit after experiencing severe shortness of breath due to cardiac complications.

Nechama underwent a complicated single lung transplant last month. She had been suffering from pulmonary fibrosis for several years.

Netanyahu to Meet Putin in Moscow on Thursday

2 April, 2019   |   3 weeks ago

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Thursday, just days before Israel goes to the polls.

The Kremlin has confirmed the news.

The two spoke on Monday by telephone.

They “discussed regional issues,” Netanyahu’s office stated. The Kremlin’s press service reported that they discussed “pressing bilateral issues, including military contacts, and the situation in the Middle East region.”

Putin and Netanyahu last met in Moscow on February 27.

The two leaders have often spoken by phone and continue to do so on a frequent basis.

Netanyahu Speaks by Telephone with Russian President  Putin

1 April, 2019   |   3 weeks ago

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday spoke by telephone with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The two “discussed regional issues,” Netanyahu’s office stated.

The Kremlin’s press service reported that they discussed “pressing bilateral issues, including military contacts, and the situation in the Middle East region.”

Putin and Netanyahu last met in Moscow on February 27.

The two leaders have often spoken by phone and continue to do so on a frequent basis.

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