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--A senior IDF Central Command officer justifies the suspension of a Givati Brigade commander, whose soldiers assaulted two press photographers in the West Bank and broke their cameras.
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"Funds that were given illegally must be returned, and those responsible for the allocation should be prosecuted."
--Meretz chairwoman Zehava Gal-On reacts after over government gave $100,000 for infrastructure to a West Bank outpost that has no building permits.
-Peace Now’s statement on the on-going violence found on their English-language Facebook page.
-From today’s New York Times editorial
-From Menachem Klein’s article for +972 magazine, September 30, The Tragedy of Mahmoud Abbas
"The PA chairman can read the Bronx phone book or the menus of NY restaurants, and he will still gain the support of many of the General Assembly members."
-Quotes from Eitan Haber’s commentary in today’s Yedioth Ahronoth
-A senior US official told Ha’aretz, reported on 9-27
-David Horowitz, editor of The Times of Israel, addressing the United Jewish Israel Appeal Dinner in London on September 21
-Gal Hirsch, former IDF Brigadier General, upon withdrawing his name to be Israel’s next Police Commissioner
-Haroon Moghul is a fellow at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding. He is an author, essayist and public speaker writing for CNN on September 8 about the Syrian refugee crisis