An 18-year old Morrocan who came to Finland in 2016 seeking asylum went on a stabbing spree on Friday afternoon, killing two women and wounding eight people the city of Turku, about 90 miles west of the capital, Helsinki.
How is Israel combating widespread support for terror in Arab-Israeli communities? Brig. Gen. (res) Ram Shmueli, the former head of the Israeli Air Force Intelligence, explains that the realities are not what they seem.
At a judgment on Wednesday, the Land and Environment Court in Sydney blocked the construction of a new synagogue near Bondi Beach. The reason given: Jewish organizations are targets for terror, and they don’t want that in their town.
On Friday, the IDF and Shin Bet (Israel Internal Security) arrested the driver who used his ambulance to cut off the escape of a Jews being attacked by an angry mob of Arabs in Huwara. The Jew was forced to exit his car and open fire, killing one attacker and injuring an Associated Press reporter.
An Israeli motorist attacked by a mob of at least 20 Arabs opened fire, killing one and injuring at least two others. A video of the attack shows a Palestinian Red Crescent Ambulance aiding the attackers, preventing the Israeli from escaping the attack.
Middle Eastern name calling made the headlines as a senior Palestinian Authority official called President Trump’s request to stop paying convicted terrorists “insane”, and Israeli Prime Minister questioned the PA’s ability to tell the truth.