Rocks Replaced Iran on Netanyahu's Agenda – for Now

The debate on how to counter rock-throwing will be reopened, of course, after the change in rules leads to some Palestinian youths and innocent bystanders being killed; meanwhile, Israel is increasingly worried about growing Iranian-Russian cooperation, and not just in Syria.

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The death of Jerusalem resident Alexander Levlovich, as a result of a rock being thrown at his car near the Armon Hanatziv neighborhood on the first night of Rosh Hashanah, set the security agenda for the...