Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Timeline of Israel's News Centering Around Temple Mount and Jerusalem

October 27  PA Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah visited Temple Mount, and declared that East Jerusalem was the eternal capital of the Palestinian state.  This goes against facts.    East Jerusalem is a part of Jerusalem, Israel's capital, and Jerusalem is unified. Palestine is not a state yet.  Such things have not come under any decisions, and the way it's going, it won't be happening.
October 27 Prime Minister Netanyahu authorized plans for 1,060 housing units in Jerusalem neighborhoods.

 October 28 A senior US official said, "The thing about Bibi (Netanyahu) is, he's a chickenshit."  Israelis and Americans all have their idea as to who said it.  The result was of Washington distancing itself from the comments and Israeli officials seeing them as trying to discredit the PM before a likely deal on the Iranian nuclear issue.  Was being a chickenshit saying he wouldn't dare bomb the Iranian uranium plants like was done to Syria when they were building the same thing?  Was that a purposely done as a dare from Washington?  Was that throwing out a slur on purpose to see the reactions?
October 29 Rabbi Yehuda Glick was shot and seriously wounded in Jerusalem. Rabbi is an advocate of praying at Temple Mount, friend of Arabs and Jews.

October 30 Terrorist Moataz Hejazi, suspect in the Glick attack,  was killed by police in shootout.

November 3  Israelis take soccer seriously.  12 fans were arrested after a riot broke out at a Hapoel Tel Alviv-Maccabi soccer game after a fan ran onto the pitch and attacked Maccabi midfielder Eran Zahavi.
Bad sportsmanship displayed by fan.  .

November 5 Hamas terrorist rammed his van into pedestrians in Jerusalem killing Border Police officer Jidan Assad, wounded 16 others such as 17 year old yeshiva student who died 2 days later.

November 5   "A Palestinian man rammed his car into a crowded train platform in east Jerusalem on Wednesday and then went after people with an iron bar in what authorities called a terror attack before he was shot dead by the police. It was the second such attack in the past two weeks, deepening already heightened tensions between Arabs and Jews in the city." A 3 month old baby was killed in the attack, and a young woman studying Judaism died about a day later from the attack.  

November 5  Aqsa Riot, 3 police officers were injured during rioting on Temple Mount when dozens of masked Palestinians used a stockpile of weapons hidden in the al-Aqsa Mosque to attack officers and hundreds of vistors.

November 5   Gilad Erdan was appointed as Interior Minister, 2 days after Gidon Sa'ar left to spend more time with his family.

November 6 Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu telephoned King of Jordan to assure him that the status quo of the Temple Mount would remain unchanged.

November 6 The International Criminal Court rejected a request by  Abbas/Turkey  to open a full investigation against Israeli soldiers and leaders over the raid on the Turkish ship, Mavi Marmara in 2010 which was trying to break the Gaza blockade.  They called it a war crime.

November 7  Kana Riots, 22 year old Kafr Kana man shot and killed by police sparking riots and a general strike in the Arab sector.  Kheir a Din Hamdan banged on the window of a police van while holding a knife and officers claimed they feared for their lives.  Surveillance camera video shows Hamdan walking away when shot.

November 10 in morning: Terror attack of a young soldier that was stabbed and seriously wounded in Tel Aviv near the Hagana train station.
November 10 in afternoon:   A Palestinian terrorist from Hebron stabbed and killed 26 year old woman, Dalia Lemkos, occupational therapist,  and injured 2 other people in a stabbing attack at a bus stop outside the Judean town of Alon Shvut.
November 17 4 Rabbis slaughtered during morning prayers in Jerusalem synagague by 2 Palestinian terrorists along with Druze policeman who came to their rescue.  3 of Rabbis held dual citizenship with Israel and USA, the other had British-Israeli citizenship.

Resource: Magazine, The Jerusalem Report, page 3.

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