Center for Women’s Justice files petition to High Court, claiming that ban on women reading from Torah scrolls at Western Wall violates anti-discrimination laws.18:35 29.11.15 | 0 comments
In 1988, Fatah's No. 2, Khalil Wazir (Abu Jihad), was assassinated in Tunis and, two years later, Canadian ballistics scientist Gerald Bull was killed in Brussels. Dr. Bull was developing a super-sized cannon for Iraq, capable of striking Israel. More recently, Israel targeted and killed Fathi Shkaki, the leader of Islamic Jihad, in Malta in 1995; attempted to assassinate a leading Hamas figure, Khaled Meshaal, in Jordan in 1997; and is widely believed to have blown up Imad Mugniyah, a leading Hezbollah figure, in Damascus in 2008.