Three Arab terror incidents occurred over the weekend and each of them was thwarted.

On Friday morning, a terrorist from Hebron who was armed with a knife entered a hilltop community known as Beit Hagai. After the terrorist attacked a child, members of the local security squad were brought to the scene and killed him after he managed to wound one of them.

On Saturday morning, an Arab driver drove into two police officers who were carrying out a routine inspection at a security checkpoint north of Jerusalem. Both policemen were injured.

The policemen were inspecting an Arab taxi at the Hizme roadblock north of Jerusalem because it lacked license plates. Then, according to a senior Israeli district traffic officer, a Mercedes vehicle approached, swerved from its lane and sped toward the police officers until it struck them. A police patrol team captured the driver at the entrance to the Hizme village.

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“He said that he had intended to harm Jews and I believe him,” said the senior Israeli district traffic officer who captured the Arab driver.

On Saturday night, Arabs threw firebombs at houses in Beit El, located near Ramallah. Israeli troops fired at the Arabs, killing one and wounding another.

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David Bedein is an MSW community organizer and an investigative journalist.   In 1987, Bedein established the Israel Resource News Agency at Beit Agron to accompany foreign journalists in their coverage of Israel, to balance the media lobbies established by the PLO and their allies.   Mr. Bedein has reported for news outlets such as CNN Radio, Makor Rishon, Philadelphia Inquirer, Los Angeles Times, BBC and The Jerusalem Post, For four years, Mr. Bedein acted as the Middle East correspondent for The Philadelphia Bulletin, writing 1,062 articles until the newspaper ceased operation in 2010. Bedein has covered breaking Middle East negotiations in Oslo, Ottawa, Shepherdstown, The Wye Plantation, Annapolis, Geneva, Nicosia, Washington, D.C., London, Bonn, and Vienna. Bedein has overseen investigative studies of the Palestinian Authority, the Expulsion Process from Gush Katif and Samaria, The Peres Center for Peace, Peace Now, The International Center for Economic Cooperation of Yossi Beilin, the ISM, Adalah, and the New Israel Fund.   Since 2005, Bedein has also served as Director of the Center for Near East Policy Research.   A focus of the center's investigations is The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA). In that context, Bedein authored Roadblock to Peace: How the UN Perpetuates the Arab-Israeli Conflict - UNRWA Policies Reconsidered, which caps Bedein's 28 years of investigations of UNRWA. The Center for Near East Policy Research has been instrumental in reaching elected officials, decision makers and journalists, commissioning studies, reports, news stories and films. In 2009, the center began decided to produce short movies, in addition to monographs, to film every aspect of UNRWA education in a clear and cogent fashion.   The center has so far produced seven short documentary pieces n UNRWA which have received international acclaim and recognition, showing how which UNRWA promotes anti-Semitism and incitement to violence in their education'   In sum, Bedein has pioneered The UNRWA Reform Initiative, a strategy which calls for donor nations to insist on reasonable reforms of UNRWA. Bedein and his team of experts provide timely briefings to members to legislative bodies world wide, bringing the results of his investigations to donor nations, while demanding reforms based on transparency, refugee resettlement and the demand that terrorists be removed from the UNRWA schools and UNRWA payroll.   Bedein's work can be found at: and A new site,, will be launched very soon.