Universities will have to tell government how they are combating extremists on campus

By Naomi Firsht, November 30, 2015

Universities will have to provide the government with annual reports outlining their measures they are taking to keep hate speakers off campus.


Israeli woman dies after stabbing attack

By JCReporter, November 22, 2015

An Israeli woman who was stabbed this afternoon at the Gush Etzion Junction on the West Bank has died of her wounds, according to the Times of Israel.

The woman, said to be in her 20s, was given emergency treatment at the scene but was declared dead after being taken to hospital in Jerusalem.

Her attacker was shot dead by security forces.


Israeli victim of Mali terror attack named

By JCReporter, November 22, 2015

An Israeli education adviser was among the victims of an Al Qaeda-linked terror attack on a hotel in Mali on Friday.

Shmuel Benalal, 60, a father of three from Tzur Hadassah, near Jerusalem, had come to the country to advise its government on countering religious fundamentalism in schools.


London mayor hopeful Sadiq Khan says he’s met 'countless people' who think 9/11 was a Mossad plot

By Marcus Dysch, November 19, 2015

Labour’s London mayor candidate Sadiq Khan has described his experience of meeting extremists who claim the September 11 terror attacks were a “Mossad conspiracy”.

Mr Khan said he had come across people who believed Jewish workers in New York had been “tipped off” to stay away from the Twin Towers before the planes hit the buildings.


Drive-by shooting attack in West Bank leaves six people injured and three dead

By JC Reporter, November 19, 2015

A drive-by shooting has been reported in the Etzion Bloc of the West Bank.

Three people are dead and at least six people are injured after the attack near the Jewish settlement of Alon Shvut, according to reports.

One person is in a critical condition, while several of those injured are reported to be foreign nationals who were touring the area.


We could be facing civil war, and our security forces are crippled

By Michel Gurfinkiel, November 19, 2015

A state of emergency has been declared in France.

So far, everyone, right and left, seems to agree that the country must resort to drastic means to restore safety. Commentators frequently point to Israel as an example to be followed.


What the doorman saw: a warning of things to come

November 19, 2015

In 2008, nine years before Friday's slaughter, 10 men approached security guards at the Bataclan nightclub. Their faces were shrouded in keffiyehs, a symbol of Palestinian nationalism.

They told them: "This is something we cannot continue to accept. You will pay the consequences of your actions."


'Everyone is now seen as a threat'

By Charlotte Oliver, November 19, 2015

The "illusion" that terrorist attacks are only a threat to Jews, and not all French people, is over, says a political consultant based in Paris.

David Khalfa said every citizen "will have to confront the threat and the changes it implies".


"I was holding her hand. We couldn’t revive her. We couldn’t do anything more."

By Josh Jackman, November 17, 2015

The Jewish owner of a cafe hit during the Paris attacks held his wife as she died in his arms.

Gregory Reibenberg’s La Belle Equipe cafe was targeted by two Daesh terrorists who murdered 19 victims, including his wife Djamila Houd.

Mr Reibenberg told television channel France-2: “I was holding her hand. We couldn’t revive her. We couldn’t do anything more.


UK community tightens security after Paris attacks

By Josh Jackman, November 16, 2015

Security was ramped up at synagogues over Shabbat following the terror attacks in Paris which killed at least 132 people.

A Community Security Trust spokesperson said that while there was “growing social media chatter in Arabic and English calling for, and threatening, further violence,” there was no specific intelligence concerning potential attacks in Britain.