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Missile Hits Northern Negev in Longest-range Syrian Strike on Israel 

Thursday, 22 April 2021 | The terrifying wail of air raid sirens screaming awakened Israelis in the northern Negev in the predawn hours of this morning, warning of a Syrian SA-5 missile streaking across the length of the country in the longest-range attack by Israel’s northern neighbor yet. Moments later, “loud explosions…shook the houses” in

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Israeli, UAE War Planes Fly Side by Side in Training Exercise

Thursday, 22 April 2021 | The Israeli Air Force (IAF) is currently engaged in a Greek-led international exercise alongside seven other nations, including recent peace partner United Arab Emirates. The Iniochos exercise, a yearly drill hosted by Greece, will allow the international air forces to practice different air battle scenarios, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF)

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As Tension with Iran Rise, One-third of Israelis Lack Bomb Shelters

Thursday, 22 April 2021 | As tensions with Iran and its proxies in the region rise, nearly one-third of Israel’s population lacks functioning bomb shelters, according to information obtained by Ynet. The issue of the homefront preparedness for a widespread military confrontation has reemerged on the national agenda in the wake of recent escalation between

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Arab Youths Harass Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Jerusalem in New Social Media Craze

Thursday, 22 April 2021 | A new worrying trend appears to be gaining momentum among Arab youths in Jerusalem who videotape themselves harassing ultra-Orthodox Jews in the capital as a “challenge,” which they then upload to the social media platform TikTok. Violence in the Arab sector in Jerusalem has escalated since the start of the

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Top Iranian Official: Damaged Nuclear Facility Fully Functioning Again

Wednesday, 21 April 2021 | According to the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, the enemies of the Islamic Republic—including Israel—failed in their latest attempt to foil Tehran’s nuclear program. Speaking during a parliamentary committee meeting just over a week after a blast at Iran’s Natanz nuclear facility reportedly caused considerable damage to

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Fearing Attacks, Israel Boosts Security for Diplomats Abroad

Wednesday, 21 April 2021 | Officials at the Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem said Tuesday that special precautions were being put in place to protect Israeli diplomats around the world from possible terror attacks instigated by Iran. Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi and Shin Bet [Israeli internal security organization] head Nadav Argaman discussed the increased concerns in

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Belfast Cemetery Discovers Several Jewish Graves Vandalized

Wednesday, 21 April 2021 | Ten Jewish gravestones were vandalized last week in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and police are said to be treating it as a hate crime. The incident came amid a spate of violence that has rocked the city in recent days. “City Cemetery, like any graveyard, is a place where members of

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Why Are Palestinians Who Sell Land to Jews Excommunicated?

Wednesday, 21 April 2021 | Currently, Arab residents of the Silwan neighborhood in Jerusalem are calling to excommunicate and put fellow Arab citizens on trial because they sold property to “the enemy,” that is, Israelis/Jews. The PA [Palestinian Authority] does not recognize Israel’s right to exist in any borders because they consider all of the

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Sudan Scraps 63-Year-old Bill Boycotting Israel

Tuesday, 20 April 2021 | Khartoum yesterday took another step to cement its budding relationship with Jerusalem by officially scrapping a decades-old law boycotting Israel. The decision to repeal the 63-year-old bill that enshrined the criminalization of diplomatic and economic ties with the Jewish state into law was taken during a joint meeting between Sudan’s

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Israel Signs US $5.4 Billion Defense Deal to Enhance Greece Air Force Training

Tuesday, 20 April 2021 | Israel is the reason Greece’s Hellenic Air Force will receive upgrades to its training program—including establishing an International Flight Training Center—thanks to an approximately US $5.4 billion deal in the largest defense contract ever signed between the two countries. The agreement, which spans 22 years and will engage Israel’s Elbit

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