Terrorism

Israel increases airspace security following Malaysia Airline flight disappearance

By Charlotte Oliver, March 17, 2014

Israel has increased security measures for all flights entering its airspace, following reports that missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 was hijacked.

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Terror victim: 'I watched them hack my friend to death’

By Nathan Jeffay, March 14, 2014

A terror victim this week toured her native Britain to talk about how she watched Palestinian extremists “hack” her friend to death.

Kay Wilson was not just an observer of a horrific 2010 attack in an Israeli forest — she was stabbed 13 times and left for dead.

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Capture of Iran ship fails to make waves

By Anshel Pfeffer, March 13, 2014

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attacked the visit to Tehran by the EU’s foreign policy chief this week as Israel presented missiles that Iran was shipping to terror organisations in the Gaza Strip.

Mr Netanyahu was speaking on Monday at Eilat Port where the IDF put on display 40 M-302 missiles and other ammunition captured by Israeli commandos in the Red Sea last week.

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Gaza terror group declares ceasefire

By Sandy Rashty, March 13, 2014

Islamic Jihad has announced a ceasefire after launching a massive rocket barrage at southern Israel over the past 24 hours.

The Gaza terror group said that the truce had been brokered by Egypt – but Israel has not yet confirmed it.

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Cameron tells Knesset that Britain’s commitment to Israel’s security is rock solid

By Anshel Pfeffer, March 13, 2014

SCROLL DOWN FOR AUDIO OF DAVID CAMERON'S SPEECH TO THE KNESSET

On the face of it, the barrage of rockets fired from Gaza into southern Israel, a giant row over laws passing through the Knesset and the chaotic fall-out from a Foreign Ministry strike all threatened to overshadow Prime Minister David Cameron’s visit to Israel this week.

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Accountant who survived Boston terror bomb to become a marathon man

By Rosa Doherty, March 5, 2014

Accountant Stuart Singer only planned to do the Boston Marathon. But when he survived the terrorist bombing that marred it, the narrow escape gave him a new lease of life.

And he went on to run and run. Literally. Now 12 months later, he can look back as the only Jewish runner in Britain to complete six races this year.

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Anger over honour for former Olympics chief Jacques Rogge

By Charlotte Oliver, February 27, 2014

The widow of one of the Israeli sportsmen killed by Arab terrorists at the 1972 Olympics has voiced her anger over the honorary knighthood given this week to Jacques Rogge, former president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

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Government denies aid money funds Palestinian terrorists

By Sandy Rashty, February 13, 2014

The government has denied that aid money sent to the Palestinian Authority is reaching convicted terrorists in Israeli prisons.

The Zionist Federation and Wizo UK have claimed that millions of pounds of British money was being used to pay “salaries” to jailed Palestinians.

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Analysis: Worried about returning Al Qaeda jihadists? So is the FBI, MI6 and the rest of West

By John R Bradley, January 16, 2014

Echoing the fears of European governments, FBI Director James B Comey announced last week that Americans fighting in Syria are being given “costly, round-the-clock surveillance” because of the threat they will pose to civilians after returning home.

As with the jihadis returning to Britain and Europe, they could prove bad news for America’s Jewish community.

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Iron Dome intercepts rockets fired at Ashkelon

By Rosa Doherty, January 16, 2014

Israel’s Iron Dome missile defence system has shot down five rockets fired at Ashkelon from the Gaza Strip.

The round of rocket fire was launched at Ashkelon, home to 125,000 residents, last night just before 2am.

Warning sirens were triggered but no injuries or damage was reported.

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