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Police Kill Shooter in Copenhagen Terror Attack

In the latest European terror attack, a known criminal in Denmark’s capital, Copenhagen, was shot by police after he had killed two people, one at a free speech event and a second person at a Jewish synagogue. According to his Facebook page, the attacker had pledged his loyalty to ISIS leaders.

Also this week in Israel in the News:

• A ceasefire agreement between Ukrainian government forces and Russian-backed rebels was off to a violent start.
• In the latest brutal ISIS video, the terror group had beheaded 21 Coptic Christians from Egypt.
• This week marks the 36th anniversary of the Iranian Revolution, during a radical Islamic theocracy replaced Iran’s western friendly monarchy.
• European leaders react to Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s plea for Jews facing anti-Semitism abroad to come to Israel.

This week’s Israel in the News Perspective features The Fellowship’s Yonit Rothchild on having joy in today’s upside-down world.


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