House of deadly Jerusalem terror attack perpetrator to be destroyedByJPOST.COM STAFFJuly 12, 2017 07:20Share on facebookShare on twitter Breaking news. (photo credit:JPOST STAFF)The IDF announced Wednesday that the family house of the perpetrator who carried out the deadly June 16 terror attack outside Jerusalem's Damascus Gate will be destroyed.The attack killed Border Police St.-Sgt. Maj. Hadas Malka.The terrorist's family has been informed and has 72 hours to challenge the IDF's decision.
IDF soldiers come under fire in Jenin overnightByJPOST.COM STAFFJuly 12, 2017 07:12Share on facebookShare on twitter Breaking news. (photo credit:JPOST STAFF)IDF soldiers came under fire overnight Tuesday during an operation in the West Bank city of Jenin, according to the army.An IDF statement said that the forces were the target of gunfire and explosive charges were thrown at the soldiers. The soldiers returned fire.
Breaking news. (photo credit:JPOST STAFF)Turkish police killed five Islamic State militants in a raid on a house in the city of Konya in central Turkey, the Dogan news agency said on Wednesday, during which four police were also slightly wounded.Special forces police launched the raid on the house at 5:15 a.m. (0215 GMT) because they believed the militant cell was planning an attack, the agency reported. Share on facebookShare on twitter
I flew @_Austrian Airlines today to #Israel & there was zero extra security getting on the airplane. So, is this:
- A bad sign, that Austrian Airlines is negligent?
- A good sign, that Israel is no longer under great threat?
- A mix of the two?
I don't know. Comments welcome.
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