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October 9, 2018

An incendiary device attached to a balloon found in courtyard of a home in the Givat Zeev settlement in the West Bank, October 8, 2018.

Palestinian incendiary balloon found in courtyard of home in Jewish community near Jerusalem Document

Pictures commemorating terror attack victims Ziv Hajbi and Kim Yehezkel by Israeli Ambassador Danny Danon at the U.N. Headquarters

"Israel plans to fight the United Nation's failure to condemn the Barkan terror attack by placing photographs of the two victims, along with memorial candles at the organization's headquarters in New York.

'The United Nations has not spoken out against the cruel murder, but we will continue to remember and remind the world of the lives that were cut short and of the hatred and the incitement,' Israel's Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon said on Tuesday.

To date, seven civilians and two soldiers were killed in terror attacks this year, Five of the attacks occurred in the West Bank and one was in Jerusalem's Old City, according to Foreign Ministry Information.
But Sunday's attack, which took the lives of Ziv Hajbi, 35, and Kim Levengrond Yehezkel, 28, drew a fairly quick response from the US and Europe with the United Nations failing to date to respond.
Danon also wrote a letter to the UN Security Council asking that it condemn the attack and demanding that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas halt payments to terrorists and their families..."

Israel Fights U.N. Failure to Condemn Terror Attack with Victim's Photos Article

28-year-old Kim Yehezkel, murdered by her Palestinian co-worker at work after dropping her baby off at daycare.

Israel envoy calls on U.N. to condemn Palestinian terror attack that killed 2 Israelis Article