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Israeli military commanders and the Netanyahu government have sparred over the right strategy to end two months of stabbings, shootings, and car-based attacks.
At least 52 Palestinians have been shot dead by Israelis at the scene of attacks or during protests in the West Bank and Gaza since Oct. 1, while nine Israelis have been stabbed or shot dead by Palestinians.
In the latest violence, a Palestinian stabbed and wounded an Israeli officer in the occupied West Bank, and an Israeli man died after being run over by a truck.
The videos emphasize the religious significance of al-Aqsa — the embattled Jerusalem Holy Site that's sacred to both Muslims and Jews — and praise past Palestinians who have taken up arms to defend Muslim claims to the holy site.
Tel Aviv and three other cities have banned Arab laborers from their schools, one of several security measures enacted after a surge of Palestinian street attacks.
Israel has also made the decision to publish hospital images it claims refute Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's allegation a teen suspect had been "executed."
The violence comes just days after Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas hinted he would end security cooperation with Israelis in the West Bank at a high-profile speech at the UN.
In many ways, the red, black, green, and white of fruit and rind—colors that match those of the Palestinian flag and the flag of the Arab Revolt—tell the story of the plight and pride of the Palestinian people throughout generations.