15.09.2016 News From Israel
ISRAEL’S MAIN NEWSCAST
- Editor: Gilya Stern
- Video Editor: Roi Evron
Fri. Sep 16, 2016 News from Israel
- Two attempted terror attacks thwarted within an hour
- New housing units in Jerusalem beyond green line might cause additional tension with US administration
- Hapoel Beer Sheva Israel’s national soccer champions win against three-time European champions Inter Milan
At around 1:00 PM on Friday, a Jordanian terrorist in his 20s took out a knife and tried to stab Border Police officers who were patrolling nearby at Jerusalem's Damascus Gate. The officers noticed the terrorist and neutralized him immediately by shooting him. 40 minutes later, 2 terrorists a male and a female attempted to run over Israelis who were waiting at a bus stop near Kiryat Arba. The terrorists were neutralized.
The Jerusalem Planning and Building Committee is expected to approve dozens of new housing units in a neighborhood located beyond the Green Line, a move likely to evoke new tension with the United States. This comes less than a day after the two allies signed the largest military aid deal in US history. On Thursday, a senior official with the Jerusalem municipality told Channel 2 News that the city intends to "unfreeze" these construction plans, which have been awaiting approval for a long time, and carry them out one by one until the new administration at the White House takes office.
Soccer team Hapoel Be’er Sheva was hosted Thursday night by the Italian Inter Milan at the San Siro Stadium in Milan in the first game of the Europa League group stage. Be’er Sheva’s players managed to keep a clean net and score two beautiful goals, creating a sensational result that shocked Europe.
And now for this week's headlines
Sat sept 10- U.S. slams Netanyahu after he compares opposition to Israeli settlements with 'ethnic cleansing'
Israel Police checking option to investigate suspicions that Netanyahu attempted to receive bribe
IAF strikes Syrian cannons following spillover mortar fire to Golan Heights
Sun sept 11- A special 9/11 memorial Ceremony takes place in Israel
Supreme Court upholds force feeding law
Israeli rower Moran Samuel wins bronze at Paralympics
Mon sept 12- Defense Minister Lieberman: We must support soldiers ‘even if they make a mistake’
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham in the way of U.S.-Israel military aid deal
Netanyahu meets with Luxembourg Prime Minister in Jerusalem
Tues sept 13- former president Shimon Peres rushed to hospital after stroke
Three Syrian mortars land in Golan Heights: IDF denies that drone was shot down by Syrians
Ofek 11 satellite launched successfully after Amos 6 calamity
Wed sept 14- Peres' doctors say his condition somewhat improved yet still serious after stroke
U.S. military aid deal for Israel signed in Washington
Terrorist who murdered IDF soldier in Tel Aviv in 2014 sentenced for life in prison
Thurs sept 15- Ehud Barak harshly criticizes Netanyahu following signed US military aid deal
Home front command prepares for National drill testing country’s levels of preparedness for worst-case scenarios
Former president Peres' condition remains serious but stable
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