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Israel Allegedly Strikes Hezbollah Targets in Syria

Thursday, 23 February 2017 | Syrian and Lebanese media yesterday accused the Jewish state of carrying out an airstrike near the Syrian capital in the predawn hours of Wednesday morning. The reports claim that the Israeli jets targeted Syrian Army positions, including an arms convoy carrying a shipment of state-of-the-art weapons destined for the Shiite

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Israel, World Bank Sign Three Agreements to Cooperate in Africa

Thursday, 23 February 2017 | Israel and the Word Bank will sign three agreements in the coming months to cooperate in helping African nations develop their water, cybersecurity and agriculture capabilities, The Times of Israel reported Wednesday. “Cooperation with the World Bank is an opportunity for us to showcase some of the capabilities and innovation

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Australian PM Welcomes Netanyahu on Historic Visit, Blasts UN’s Anti-Israel Bias

Thursday,  23 February 2017 | Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull greeted his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu in a joint press conference in Sydney on Wednesday by highlighting the two countries’ historic friendship and criticizing the United Nations’ [UN] treatment of the Jewish state. Turnbull noted the support Australia has given Israel over the past century,

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1,800-Year-Old Hebrew Inscription Found in Galilee

Thursday, 23 February 2017 | An 1,800 year old limestone capital dating to the Roman period that is engraved with two Hebrew inscriptions was discovered during the course of restoration and conservation work being carried out in the ancient synagogue and neighboring Beit Zinati visitor center at Peki’in in the Western Galilee. The work is

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Second ISIS Attack on Israel in Two Weeks

Wednesday, 22 February 2017 | Less than two weeks ago, the screech of air raid sirens warned residents in Israel’s southern port city of Eilat that four rockets had been fired from Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula. The next day, an affiliate of the Islamic State or ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack—and vowed to launch more

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US Ambassador to the UN Slams Anti-Israel Bias

Wednesday, 22 February 2017 | After years of encountering disproportionate anti-Israel criticism and bias at the United Nations [UN], the United States “will not turn a blind eye to this anymore,” new United States Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said on Thursday. Haley described her first meeting of the UN Security Council: “The Security

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Iran Calls Palestinians to “Holy Intifada” to Destroy Israel

Wednesday, 22 February 2017 | Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Tuesday described Israel as a “cancerous tumor” and called for a “holy intifada” to destroy the Jewish state. Khamenei’s latest threat came in a speech introducing the regime’s sixth conference in support of a Palestinian intifada, or violent uprising against Israel. The conference

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Netanyahu in Singapore: “Israel Is Pivoting towards Asia”

Wednesday, 22 February 2017 | Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sara, Monday evening, at the presidential palace in Singapore, attended a dinner together with Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his wife Ho Ching. During the event an orchid was named after the Netanyahus. Prime Minister Netanyahu said at the start of

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Israel and Saudi Arabia: A United Front Against Iran

Tuesday, 21 February 2017 | At first glance, the nations of Israel and Saudi Arabia share little common ground. The majority of residents in the Jewish state ascribe to the culture, religion, values and principles of Judaism while the lives of those who call Saudi Arabia home are governed by Islam. Moreover, since the birth

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Israel Helps Deaf Palestinian Children Hear for the First Time

Tuesday, 21 February 2107 | “The operations posed quite a logistical challenge,” said Dr. Michal Kaufmann, the performing surgeon. “Many authorizations were required from the Defense Ministry. Some of the children arrived without a medical record and required extensive tests at Hadassah, alongside the emotional and psychological treatment.” The cochlear implant is an implanted hearing

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