Friday, November 28, 2014 Kislev 6, 5775
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Ben Sales, JTA
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu singled out the Palestinian Authority president for inciting the deadly attack, but defenders of Abbas say he’s still a partner for peace.
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By:
Ben Sales, JTA
Four of the men killed in Tuesday’s brutal attack at a synagogue were rabbis who had immigrated to Jerusalem and lived on the same street. A fifth man injured in the attack succumbed to his wounds, raising the death toll of the incident to at least five.
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By:
Ben Sales, JTA
Aimed at easing congestion and uniting the city’s far-flung neighborhoods, the train service has lately become a sign of rising tensions in the Israeli capital.
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JTA
The suspect in the attack, which is believed to be nationalistically motivated, is a Palestinian man, 18, from the West Bank city of Nablus, who entered the country illegally.
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By:
Ben Sales, JTA
Experts say the attacks are the result of a slow burn of anger that began with the July murder of Mohammed Abu Khdeir, the 16-year-old burned alive by Jewish extremists.
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