Watch Belgians protect Israeli flag at Brussels attacks memorial

JTA: In the wake of last week’s terror attack in Brussels, Belgians transformed a central square in the capital into an impromptu memorial for the victims.Thirty-five people died Tuesday in a series of suicide bombings at the city’s main airport and a subway station.

As another emerging terror tunnel collapses, Hamas members refuse to dig (VIDEO)

Members of Hamas’s Izzedine al-Qassam Brigades are starting to refuse orders to dig underground tunnels, which have mysteriously collapsed one after the other in recent months as the Palestinian terror group attempts to rebuild the network of cross-border attack tunnels that Israel destroyed during Operation Protective Edge in 2014.

Palestinian town naming street for killer of 2 Israelis

A road between the towns of Birzeit and Ramallah (in Judea and Samaria) has been named after Palestinian terrorist Muhannad Halabi. On 3rd October 2015, Halabi stabbed and killed Rabbi Nehemiah Lavi and Aharon Bennett, in the Old City of Jerusalem. The terrorist also attacked Bennett’s wife, Adele, and their 2-year-old son.

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Israeli report says Gaza operation ‘justified under international law’

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel was “justified under international law” for launching its operation in Gaza last summer, according to a report issued by Israel. The 277-page report released Sunday said the escalation of attacks on Israel by Hamas and other terrorist organizations in the Gaza Strip justified its broader military operation. Several government bodies have been working to prepare the report since the end of the 50-day operation known as Protective Edge. Israel has refused to cooperate with United Nations Commission of Inquiry on the conflict, which is expected to release its findings this week, arguing that its charge made it automatically biased against Israel and that its head, William Schabas, came in biased against Israel. Schabas quit in February; the investigation was concluded by a former New York judge, Mary McGowan Davis. The Israeli report presents the background to the operation, including the escalation of cross-border attacks by Gaza terror groups. It also examines Israel’s efforts at self-defense, steps taken to minimize civilian Palestinian casualties and Israel’s ongoing investigation since the end of the conflict into violations of the laws of war by its soldiers.