Sydney police re-open investigation into Bondi terror attack

By Dan Goldberg, August 30, 2012

Thirty years after two bombs exploded at prime Zionist and Jewish targets in Sydney, Australian police have reopened the longstanding cold case believed to have been perpetrated by a pro-Palestinian terror group.


Ya'alon condemns Jewish attacks on Arabs as 'terror'

By Ben Hartman, August 23, 2012

Israeli vice premier Moshe Ya’alon has condemned two attacks by Jews on Palestinians over the weekend, labelling them as “terrorism”.

In downtown Jerusalem’s Zion Square on Thursday night, a crowd of Jewish teenagers beat up three Arab youths, leaving one 17-year-old on the brink of death.


Minister denounces anti-Arab violence as terrorism

By Jennifer Lipman, August 20, 2012

A senior Israeli politician has condemned attacks by extremist Jews on Palestinians as "terrorism".

On the weekend a group of Arab teenagers in Jerusalem were beaten by Jewish teenagers, with one of them left hospitalised, in a violent attack that was labelled a "hate crime" by vice premier Moshe Ya'alon.


Terror group fires rockets at Eilat

By Sandy Rashty, August 16, 2012

An Islamic terrorist group has claimed responsibility for firing rockets into Eilat on Wednesday evening.

Police resumed searching for remains of a Grad missile rocket at 6:30am this Thursday morning, after the Salafi Front claimed it had caused the two explosions in the resort.


IOC President Rogge faces backlash at memorial service for murdered Israelis

By Marcus Dysch and Anshel Pfeffer, August 2, 2012

International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge faces being barracked at a memorial service by community leaders and families of the 11 Israelis killed by Palestinian terrorists at the 1972 Olympics.


Israelis on Cyprus were 'tracked'

By Anshel Pfeffer, July 26, 2012

Since the terror attack last Wednesday at Burgas, which claimed the lives of seven people, including five Israeli tourists, a pattern has been emerging of similar attempts on Israeli targets.

One other destination that seems to have been under consideration by terrorists is Cyprus, where a suspect was arrested two weeks ago for allegedly carrying out surveillance of Israeli tourists.


Israeli emergency workers tell of horror after Bulgaria bombing

By Nathan Jeffay, July 26, 2012

“When we arrived, people saw that help from Israel was here and started hugging us,” said Mati Goldstein. “It was very emotional.”


The linking theme

July 26, 2012

It is not every day that would-be terrorists are found guilty of having planned to murder British citizens. So one might have thought that the conviction last week of Mohammed Sajid Khan and his wife, Shasta Khan, would have prompted wall-to-wall coverage in the press and on TV.


Threat was real but no-one panicked

By Mark Gardner, July 26, 2012

The trial coincided with news that last summer, an African Al Qaeda leader was found with attack plans against London Jews in Golders Green and Stamford Hill.

Also last year, two British synagogues were among potential targets for a letter bomb campaign.


Radical transformation of Manchester couple convicted of terror plot

By Jonathan Kalmus, July 26, 2012

“I wouldn’t hurt anybody,” screamed the diminutive woman taken to the cells below Manchester Crown Court to begin an eight-year sentence for terrorism.

Shasta Khan, 38, a hairdresser from Oldham, had been found guilty of planning to blow up Jews in Manchester.

She and husband, Mohammed Sajid Khan, 33, became Britain’s first married couple to be convicted of terrorist offences.