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Palestinian president cancels security cooperation with Israel

Palestinian president cancels security cooperation with Israel

Here are the headlines from ZION news:

- Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has suspended security cooperation with Israel in light of escalations on the Temple Mount. Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman is saying Israel has "managed for many years without security cooperation" from the PA, and that it benefits the Palestinian people more than it benefits Israel.

- The Israeli government is going to remove the metal detectors it constructed at the Temple Mount, which caused escalation of violence. Metal detectors will be replaced with narrow, fenced off entrances with high tech cameras to monitor suspicious activity.

- Dr. Nir Boms, Research fellow at the Moshe Dayan Center at Tel Aviv University came to the ILTV studio to discuss the new security measures installed at the Temple Mount. Is Israel appeasing Palestinian riots and aggression?

- Top Israeli officials are calling for the death penalty to be given to the terrorist who committed the terror attack in the Israeli settlement of Halamish, massacring three people in their home.

- Residents of the Jewish Halamish settlement continue to mourn Friday’s terror attack, which claimed the lives of three. Israel has been ramping up security after the 19-year-old Palestinian attacker Omar Al-Abed jumped a fence into the settlement.

- At least five Palestinians have been killed over the weekend in continued clashes and demonstrations across Jerusalem and the West Bank. Most of the rioting has been spurred by the installation of metal detectors at Muslim-only entrances to the Temple Mount.

- The Israeli Security Forces arrested 29 Hamas members, including senior officials in West Bank raids overnight following the Halamish terrorist attack.

- The Israeli Defense Force revealed the details of a secret Israeli operation that has been providing humanitarian aid to Syria for the last several years. Nearly 360 tons of food, major quantities of medical supplies, 450,000 liters of gasoline, and 50 tons of clothing were sent to aid the Syrians’ struggle against President Bashar Al-Assad.

-Artist Omri Koresh and curator and artist Orly Dvir spoke at ILTV studio about their new art exhibit "Freaks Like Me" that tackles the subject of identity.

-Warner Brothers announced that a Wonder Woman sequel is already in development, starring Israeli actress Gal Gadot.

-Learn a new Hebrew word every day. Today’s word is "shofet," written שופט, which means "judge."

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