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Kochav Hashachar

News and updates about Kochav Hashachar

Thinking it was aid to Gaza

Israelis attack truck driver in Binyamin region

Two IDF officers and a soldier lightly injured while trying to separate Jews who attacked a truck driver in the area of the Kochav HaShahar intersection. Driver moderately injured.

Israelis attack truck driver in Binyamin region

Rabbi of Beit El explains:

'PA trying to choke out Jewish communities'

The Chief Rabbi of Beit El explains why he and several other Rabbis encouraged construction against government directions.

'PA trying to choke out Jewish communities'

Preservation of human life?

Rabbi calls out Shabbat desecration in violent incidents

Rabbi Ohad Krakower, the rabbi of Kohav Hashahar, called on young men to consult with rabbis on how to act during violent incidents.

Rabbi calls out Shabbat desecration in violent incidents

Police need your help:

Missing teen last seen near Kochav Hashachar

Yitzhak ben Eliyahu was last seen yesterday (December 7th) near Kochav Hashachar in Binyamin.

Missing teen last seen near Kochav Hashachar

8 family homes destroyed

Security forces demolish two outposts

Maoz Esther & A'ira Shachar, near Kochav Hashachar, destroyed. "Gantz, Bennett, Shaked are taking us back to the days of the Disengagement."

Security forces demolish two outposts

Two Jews injured in clashes with Arabs in Binyamin region

Two Jews lightly injured by rocks thrown at them by Arabs near the community of Kochav Hashachar.

Two Jews injured in clashes with Arabs in Binyamin region

Watch:

Spate of massive arson attacks endangers residents and livestock

Dozens of residents and 6 fire crews work to extinguish huge fire near Kochav Hashachar in Binyamin that threatened residents' homes.

Spate of massive arson attacks endangers residents and livestock

'Remove these investigations from the Shin Bet'

Rabbi of community of Kochav Hashahar explains the problematic nature of the Shin Bet's approach to the population in Judea and Samaria.

'Remove these investigations from the Shin Bet'

Kochav Hashahar:

'Police are preventing us from reaching demonstration'

Police and Shin Bet forces blocking entrance to Samaria town of Kochav Hashahar, checking exiting vehicles and harassing residents.

'Police are preventing us from reaching demonstration'

Hilltop youth's parents sue police for alleged assault

"Despite all the complaints, the police didn't do enough to curb the officer's aggression and anger towards young people," the lawsuit says.

Hilltop youth's parents sue police for alleged assault

Haredi battalion returns to Binyamin region

Nahal Haredi Battalion returns to guard Binyamin region after two months of training exercises.

Haredi battalion returns to Binyamin region

Jewish shepherd attacked in Binyamin

Jewish shepherd severely assaulted in Bedouin ambush treated at hospital; some attackers arrested.

Jewish shepherd attacked in Binyamin

Police free mistakenly arrested youth

Jerusalem court orders release of young man mistakenly kept in jail over Sabbath, orders police to allow father to testify immediately.

Police free mistakenly arrested youth

Police arrest religious youth - out hiking with his family

Police arrest 18-year-old youth for participation in violent clash, ignore proof he was not involved.

Police arrest religious youth -  out hiking with his family

Extremists stone IDF forces

Extremists stone IDF forces near Kochav Hashachar, police arrest one suspect.

Extremists stone IDF forces

Bedouin attack youths near Kochav Hashachar

A group of Bedouins armed with knives and metalwork tools arrived Friday at Baladim outpost to start provocation with local youth.

Bedouin attack youths near Kochav Hashachar

Teen victim of police brutality released from jail

Jerusalem court orders police to free 14-year old whose hand was broken during violent arrest.

Teen victim of police brutality released from jail

Israel destroys illegal Arab buildings on archaeological site

After Supreme Court appeal, Civil Admin destroys illegal Arab buildings on archaeological site, though not in time to save most remains.

Israel destroys illegal Arab buildings on archaeological site

The Credo of the Hilltop Youth

The Credo of the Hilltop Youth

Will a Community Be Destroyed Due to State Blunder?

Mitzpe Kramim's plans were state-approved in 2000 - and then retracted in 2011. Could residents be evicted due to a clerical error?

Will a Community Be Destroyed Due to State Blunder?