Tag Archives: Judea and Samaria

Again, Palestinian incitement leads to murder

On Friday I mentioned briefly the brutal murder of Yotam Ovadia in the settlement of Adam by a 17 year old terrorist. First we have a chilling description of the killing: The father of Yotam Ovadia, who was killed in … Continue reading

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The injustice of the destruction of Netiv HaAvot

I have refrained from writing about the evacuation expulsion of Jewish residents of Netiv Ha’avot because the injustice of it all so upset me that I could not put together a coherent post (this is why I’m only a blogger … Continue reading

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Three Israelis killed in 2 terror attacks in 48 hours

Our happiness on Friday afternoon was shattered shortly before Shabbat as we learned of a terror attack near Mevo Dotan in northern Samaria, when a Palestinian terrorist rammed his car into a group of IDF soldiers, killing two and very … Continue reading

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Another terrorist murder in Samaria

Barely a month after the murder of Rabbi Raziel Shevach Hy’d near Havat Gilad in the Shomron (Samaria) and another murder has taken place. Yesterday afternoon , Rabbi Itamar Ben-Gal Hy’d was murdered by an Arab terrorist as he waited for … Continue reading

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Terror attack in Samaria: Rabbi Raziel Shevach HY”D murdered

Last night Palestinian terrorists opened fire on the car of Rabbie Raziel Shevach Hy’d, a resident of Havat Gilad in Samaria. Rabbi Shevach was a volunteer in Magen David Adom though he was off duty at the time. He managed … Continue reading

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Good News Friday

The chagim are finally over and it’s back to normal programming at last, so I’m happy to post my first “regular” Good News Friday installment for this year. Since the latest news concerned the US withdrawal from UNESCO, signifying support … Continue reading

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