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Posts Tagged: IDF soldier Ronen Lubarsky

October 8, 2018 10:58 am
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Parents of Slain Israeli Soldier Seek the Death Penalty for Accused Terrorist

JNS.org - The family of a soldier killed during an IDF raid near Ramallah in May has asked for the judges trying his accused killer to...

June 14, 2018 9:34 am
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IDF Arrests Palestinian Who Killed Israeli Soldier With Slab Thrown From Building

JNS.org - Islam Yousef Abu Hamid, the man suspected of killing 20-year-old Israeli soldier Ronen Lubarsky when he dropped a stone on his head during a...

May 29, 2018 10:08 am
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IDF Soldier Ronen Lubarsky Laid to Rest in Jerusalem

JNS.org - Ronen Lubarsky, an Israel Defense Forces’ soldier from the elite Duvdevan army unit, was laid to rest on Sunday morning at Jerusalem’s Mount Herzl...

May 29, 2018 9:42 am
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IDF Re-Enters Refugee Camp to Search for Soldier’s Killer

JNS.org - A large IDF force entered the al-Am’ari refugee camp in Samaria on Monday and began carrying out house-to-house searches to find the attacker who on...

Features

Antisemites to the Left of Me, Nazis to the Right: Stuck in the Middle With Jews

We enjoyed a wonderful 60-year run, we American Jews. The postwar boom of...

In Teaching English to Hebrew-Speaking Kids, Educators Learn Their Own Lessons

JNS.org - A teaching program dedicated to tackling the achievement gap in Israel...

World

University of Tennessee Rock Painted With Swastikas, ‘Kill Jews,̵...

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, said an iconic campus structure was repainted with "symbols and messages of hate" on Saturday, for...

Israel

Israeli PM Netanyahu Scrambles to Stabilize Governing Coalition After Liebe...

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scrambling to shore up his governing coalition following the resignation of Defense Minister Avigdor...

Middle East

Government Officials: Iraq to Exchange Food for Iranian Gas, Seeks US Appro...

Iraq has agreed with Iran to exchange Iraqi food items for Iranian gas and energy supplies, two Iraqi government officials...

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