Nitsana Darshan-Leitner, founder of Shurat HaDin-The Israel Law Center, and who is suing Facebook for allowing incitement to terrorism on its social media site, has little faith that a recent meeting between Facebook executives and Israeli officials will actually result in sufficient action against online incitement.
In an effort to succeed in the war on terrorism, Israel's legislative body approved a new law that would allow the justice system to mete out tougher punishments for terrorists and for those who enable or support terrorism.
Israel's Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked on Monday stated that she is working together with Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit on an outline for imposing Israeli law on the Israeli-controlled areas in Judea and Samaria.
Completely ignoring reality, the EU has again placed the onus for all conflicts in the Middle East solely on Israel and ruled that Judea and Samaria are prohibited from being included in any deals with the Jewish State.
Praising it as a guardian of democracy, Netanyahu announced he supports a bill calling for transparency of NGO's funded by foreign governments, as long as certain changes are made to make it more palatable.
Each year, Israelis are faced with rock terror attacks, which have injured and killed a number of innocent civilians. Now, those responsible for throwing these deadly rocks will face stricter punishment.