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Israeli Restaurants Serve Syrian Cuisine to Raise Funds for Refugees

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Friday, 20 January 2017 | A group of Israeli restaurateurs have begun a two-week campaign to serve Syrian foods and use the proceeds to help Syrian refugees, Haaretz reported Tuesday. During the Kitchen Without Borders program which started Monday and lasts through the end of January, more than thirty participating restaurants, cafes and diners across

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Israel Opens First Ever NATO Office

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Friday, 20 January 2017 | IDF [Israel Defense Forces] Deputy Chief of Staff Major General Yair Golan was in Brussels for the official opening of the Israeli office at NATO headquarters after it was decided that the two sides should have a closer working relationship. Roni Leshno Yaar, who submitted his credentials to NATO Secretary

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Israeli Missile Defense Upgraded, Again

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Friday, 20 January 2017 | Already one of the leaders in missile defense, Israel’s capabilities took another step forward with the implementation of the Arrow-3 missile defense interceptor missile. The Arrow-3 expands upon the range and altitude of Israel’s interceptors which are designed to shoot enemy missiles out of the sky. The Arrow-3 is also

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Abbas Poses With Photo of Palestinian Terrorist Who Massacred 38 Israelis

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Friday, 20 January 2017 | A picture posted last week on the official Facebook page of Fatah, the ruling political party of the Palestinian Authority [PA], showed PA President Mahmoud Abbas posing with a child holding a photo of a terrorist who led the Coastal Road massacre, the deadliest terror attack in Israeli history. The

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US United Nations Ambassador Nominee: UN’s Bias Against Israel is “Outrageous”

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Thursday,19 January 2017 | At her confirmation hearing to serve as US ambassador to the United Nations, Gov. Nikki Haley (R – S.C.), condemned the organization’s “outrageous bias against our close ally Israel.” While Haley acknowledged that “international diplomacy is a new area for me,” she also said that her service as governor gave her

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Israeli Police Officer Murdered in Terror Attack

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Thursday, 19 January 2017 | A mere ten days after a Palestinian terrorist killed four young Israel Defense Force (IDF) soldiers in a car-ramming attack in Jerusalem, another Israeli died at the hands of a terrorist using his car as a weapon to commit murder. This time, the victim was a 34-year-old member of the

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Foiled Gaza Smuggling Attempts Doubled in 2016

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Thursday, 19 January 2017 | Drones, military clothing and professional-grade diving equipment were among the myriad items that terrorists tried to smuggle into Gaza last year, but Israel’s efforts to stop such smuggling was even better in 2016. More than 1,200 smuggling attempts were stopped by Israel which is a 165% increase over 2015, according

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Cement Columns Erected in Jerusalem to Protect against Vehicular Attacks

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Thursday, 19 January 2017 | Ten days after the deadly vehicular terrorist attack in Armon Hanatziv Promenade in east Talpiot, Jerusalem, the Jerusalem Municipality has begun erecting cement pillars along the promenade to prevent cars from veering off the road and onto the boardwalk. This was done to protect passersby from further vehicular attacks and

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Israel: UN Resolution Led to Jerusalem Terror Attack

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Wednesday, 18 January 2017 | Just over a week ago, a Palestinian terrorist driving a large flatbed truck plowed into a group of soldiers on an outing in Jerusalem. Four young Israelis died in the carnage. According to the Jewish state’s UN Ambassador, Danny Danon, the terror attack came as a direct repercussion of Resolution

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Palestinian Students Call Syrian Exiles ‘Traitors’ for Cooperation with Israel

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Wednesday, 18 January 2017 | Arab Israeli students abruptly interrupted a Hebrew University conference that focused on the current situation in Syria. The students accused the Syrian exile participants who had come to tell their personal stories of being “traitors” to their country, in addition to attacking the Israeli government’s policy. The Truman Research Institute

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