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Wednesday Morning News Briefs from Eretz Yisrael

Following a psychiatric exam, the state reports Yaakov Teital is mentally competent and fit to stand trial for his alleged crimes.

**The lives of 11 people in Israel were saved in recent days as a result of organ donations from three people.

**An emergency training exercise involving police, MDA, the Civil Air Administration and other agencies got underway at S’dei Dov Airport on Wednesday morning.

**4 structures in the Maoz Esther outpost in Shomron were removed by authorities on Wednesday morning.

**IDF Homefront Command on Wednesday morning at 11:00am conducted emergency siren testing in a number of Gush Dan areas.

**The Beit Shemesh mother of 12, dubbed the Taliban Mom, was sentenced to four years in prison by the Jerusalem District Court on Tuesday after being convicted of abusing her children.

**IDF soldiers taking part in counter-terror operations throughout Yehuda and Shomron arrested six suspects on Tuesday night.

**Bomb demolition technicians successfully neutralized two explosive devices found outside a Ramle shul on Tuesday night. Police are investigating.

**HMOs in Israel on Wednesday begin vaccinating people against the flu.

**A 9-y/o girl sustained light injuries on Tuesday evening when the car she was traveling in was targeted by Arabs hurling rocks on Hwy 443 near Maccabim Ckpt.

**Tuesday night rock-throwing attacks near Hizme, on the road from Jerusalem to the Benjamin Regional Council communities in Shomron.

**Efrat Chief Rabbi Shlomo Riskin told Arutz-7 that we mustn’t continue to politicize the yahrzeit of Yitzchak Rabin against the right, and the right-wing has a legitimate right to protest Oslo, and not to view Rabin as a peacemaker.

**UN Secretary-General Bank ki-Moon called on Israel to stop provocations in eastern Jerusalem, referring to Jews moving into their home in a predominately Arab area of the capital.

(Yechiel Spira – YWN Israel)

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