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A border policeman has been left seriously wounded after being stabbed by an Arab terrorist in Jerusalem, close to the Old City's Damascus Gate on Sunday morning, June 21.
INN has reported that security forces and paramedics are already at the scene.
The victim, aged 20, is in critical condition and fighting for his life, with stab wounds to his neck. Paramedics performed emergency first aid at the scene, and then transferred him to Jerusalem's Shaare Tzedek hospital for further treatment.
As of late Sunday morning, a slight improvement in the victim’s medical condition was reported. According to the Director of the Trauma Unit at Shaare Tzedek Hospital in Jerusalem, Dr. Ofer Merin, the wounded police officer has emerged from the
A Brooklyn district judge on Wednesday, April 8, rejected a bid by Jordan-based Arab Bank to overturn a verdict by a jury that found it liable for supporting terrorism against Israelis.
The bank was originally sued by the victims of 24 terror attacks in Israel that have been blamed on the Palestinian terror group Hamas. The plaintiffs accused Arab Bank of providing Hamas with material and financial support. The case marked the first time in U.S. history that a bank stood trial over charges
On Friday, March 27 at 12:00 noon, a press conference is scheduled to be held in front of the offices of Senators Charles Schumer (D-NY) and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) at 780 Third Avenue in Manhattan. Local and national media outlets will be inquiring as to whether these elected officials to have any intention to vote in favor of the override of President Obama’s expected veto of the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act; also known as the Corker-Menendez Bill.
Said a source close to journalists
After eight days of intense talks, negotiators from the United States, Iran and the European Union reached an agreement on a preliminary nuclear deal two days past the original March 31 deadline. Secretary of State John Kerry posted on Twitter earlier today that negotiators “now have parameters to resolve major issues on nuclear program,” and that both sides will now turn to the drafting of the deal.
This agreement remains just a precursor to a final deal that must be agreed upon by June
Profound grief, shock and disbelief grasped the tight knit Orthodox Jewish neighborhood of Midwood late Saturday, March 21, as they learned that the lives of seven children (ages 5-16) had been claimed in the worst fire in New York City since 2007.
Just after midnight on the Jewish Sabbath (March 21), flames and thick black smoke emanated from the home of Sassoon family on Bedford Avenue between Avenues L and M. Fire investigators believe that the cause of the deadly blaze was a