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Israeli Extremist Leader Once Again Calls for Torching Jerusalem Churches

One attacker, Bahaa Elayan, opened fire on passengers on a bus in October, killing three people. Yinon Reuveni, 20, and another minor were charged for other violence against Palestinians.

Palestinians, however, live outside of formerly recognised Israel, with over 300,000 in occupied east Jerusalem – the majority of whom have Israeli residence permits.

Israel says the violence is being fanned by a Palestinian campaign of lies and incitement.

The widow of a bodyguard killed at the offices of Charlie Hebdo wants an investigation into what she says were lax security measures at the French satirical newspaper before it was attacked a year ago.

4 Jewish ultra-nationalists, incl. two minors, charged with violent crimes against Palestinians Israeli prosecutors have indicted four Jewish extremists in various violent crimes against Palestinians, including a July arson in which an 18-month-old baby was killed along with his parents.

A police statement said Sunday’s indictments were the fruit of “the investment of many resources including technological means, initiative, innovation and creativity”.

Abu Jamal was also a cousin of two Palestinians who in November were accused of storming a synagogue in occupied Jerusalem’s Har Nof neighbourhood with meat cleavers and a pistol, killing five Jewish worshippers and a policeman before being shot dead.

We want a real judgement for those murders and to put them (the perpetrators) in jail for a long time, to demolish their homes and to deal with them like they (Israeli authorities) are dealing with the Palestinians.

In a wave of Palestinian attacks since October 1 – including stabbings, vehicle rammings and gunfire targeting security forces and civilians – 22 Israelis, an American and an Eritrean have been killed. The company said only that one of the men held an Israeli passport while the other had a valid Israeli residence permit, without discussing their ethnicity.

A novel about a Israeli-Palestinian romance that was banned at secular state schools in Israel is a runaway best-seller. “They would not have launched an investigation were it not for the global pressure on them” he said accusing the government of effectively “support(ing) the terrorism conducted by (West Bank) settlers against our people”. They account for more than 17 percent of the country’s population and have full rights under law.

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