The verdict by an Israeli court in the case of Rachel Corrie, an American activist killed in Gaza by an Israeli military bulldozer in 2003, may have captured international attention and touched on a range of ethical issues at the center of Israel’s military operations.
In an imitation of an attack nearly three weeks ago, an Arab construction worker drove a bulldozer on a rampage through the streets of Jerusalem, crushing cars and hitting a bus before being shot dead by Israeli border police
When Libby was not around, the young women of Shalva often had to be coaxed in order to reveal their insecurities or to talk about sensitive issues. But with Libby, it was the opposite.
A terrorist attack in Jerusalem by an Arab who commandeered a bulldozer on a busy downtown street and rammed it into vehicles and people left at least three people dead and dozens injured. [WEB EXTRA VIDEOS]