Palestinian Authority TV Honors Terrorists in Program-Filler Clips

Thursday, July 2, 2020

The Palestinian Authority has launched a new series of filler clips, aired between programs on its official television station, which glorify terrorists who killed Israelis, Palestinian Media Watch reported on Monday. Each clip, broadcast on PA-TV Live, begins with the text “Our prisoners,” and ends with a call for “Freedom for our prisoners.” In between is … Read More

IDF Soldier’s Killer Indicted for Intentionally Causing Death

Thursday, June 25, 2020

Nizmi Abu Bakar, the suspected killer of Israel Defense Forces (IDF) soldier Amit Ben Yigal, was indicted on Thursday by Israel’s Military Court for intentionally causing death. Staff Sgt. Amit Ben Yigal, 21, was killed on the morning of May 12 when a brick was thrown at his head during an army operation in the … Read More

New US State Department Report Highlights Iran’s Terror Footprint, From Gaza to Pakistan

Thursday, June 25, 2020

Iran’s terror footprint extended across the Middle East from the Gaza Strip to Pakistan during 2019, the US State Department said on Wednesday, as it published its annual list of country-by-country reports on terrorism. Examining the twin threats posed by Tehran-backed terrorist groups on Israel’s northern border with Lebanon and its southern border with the … Read More

Israeli Officer Wounded in Terror Attack Near Jerusalem

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

A Israeli Border Police officer was lightly injured on Tuesday when a Palestinian driver attempted to run her over at a checkpoint linking the town of Abu Dis, a suburb of Jerusalem, and Bethlehem. The attacker was then shot dead by other officers on the scene. “A short while ago near Jerusalem in the area … Read More

EU Pulls Funding for Palestinian NGO Refusing to Disavow Terror

Thursday, June 18, 2020

The European Union has pulled funding from a Palestinian NGO after the organization refused to sign an anti-terror clause in the funding contract. On Friday, the EU wrote to the BADIL Resource Center for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights to inform them that €1.7 million in funding for a three-year project, titled ‘Mobilizing for Justice … Read More

Gaza Rocket Strikes Southern Israel, IDF Retaliates Against Hamas Targets

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Israel struck several Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip on Monday night after a rocket launched from the coastal enclave fell in Israeli territory, according to the Israel Defense Forces. “In response to the rocket that was fired from Gaza into Israel earlier this evening, our fighter jets and tanks just targeted underground Hamas infrastructure … Read More

Terror Victim’s Family Sues Palestinian Authority for NIS 100 Million

Friday, June 12, 2020

The family of 13-year-old Hallel Ariel, killed in a violent terror attack in 2016, is suing the Palestinian Authority for NIS 100 million.  Since the incident of the terror attack, Hallel’s parents, Rina and Amichai Ariel, have been involved in inter-state legal battles against the Palestinian Authority (PA). The NIS 100 million is the same … Read More

Soldier Seriously Injured in Terror Attack Near Hebron

Thursday, May 14, 2020

A car ramming attack took place near Negohot near Hebron, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit confirmed. The IDF initially reported the terrorist was shot and was in critical condition. One soldier has been seriously injured and is treated by military medics and Magen David Adom (MDA) paramedics, the MDA Spokesperson said. The 21-year-old soldier was evacuated … Read More

PA Hiding Terrorist Salaries from Donor Countries in Financial Reports

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Monthly budget documents prepared by the Palestinian Authority for 2020 show that it is attempting to hide the salaries it pays terrorists from international donors, making a sham of its commitment to financial transparency. The PA receives hundreds of millions of dollars annually from donor countries around the world and is therefore obliged to produce … Read More

Israel Fumes After EU Says Palestinian Terror Supporters Can Still Get Funds

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Israel reacted angrily Wednesday to a letter in which a senior European Union official assured the Palestinians that membership in or affinity to a terrorist organization does not automatically prevent a person from being eligible to participate in EU-funded programs. While the European Union insists that no money goes to individuals pursuing terror activities, Israel … Read More