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Fourteen, Including Baby, Injured in Jerusalem Terror Attack

Terror continued to plague Israel this week with a car-ramming attack in the Holy City that left fourteen injured, including a baby. The 18-month old boy lost his leg and remains in critical condition after the Palestinian terrorist rammed his car into a Jerusalem bus stop.

Also this week in Israel in the News:

• The Israeli Air Force struck two terrorist targets in Gaza after Hamas launched a rocket into Israel.
• President Obama continues to struggle to contain ISIS, which is also now said to be cooperating with Hamas.
• The Fellowship hosted its first annual Fellowship Awards in Tel Aviv, honoring Israelis dedicated to social equality.
• In a major archaeological discovery, a seal belonging to biblical King Hezekiah was found in Jerusalem’s Old City.

This week’s Israel in the News Perspective features Fellowship Senior Vice President Yael Eckstein.

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