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In the Crosshairs: Israel Holds Drill for Strike on Iranian Nuclear Program

Wednesday, 18 May 2022 | As the talks to revive the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran remain on ice, Israel is preparing for the event that it will have to take stopping Iran’s nuclear aggression into its own hands. Israeli jets will rehearse a strike on Iran, the Times of Israel reported, during the Israel

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Hamas Official Encourages ‘Uprooting Zionists’ with ‘Cleavers, Axes, Guns’

Wednesday, 18 May 2022 | Hamas Parliament member Mushir Al-Masri praised the perpetrators of recent deadly terrorist attacks in Israeli cities. According to a report by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), at a May 7 rally in support of Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar aired on Al-Aqsa TV (Hamas–Gaza), Masri said the Palestinians’ sword

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Chad Gets an Israeli Ambassador for the First Time in 50 Years

Wednesday, 18 May 2022 | Fifty years after Chad severed relations with the Jewish state and the last Israeli ambassador left the central African nation, an Israeli envoy presented his credential to the president of Chad yesterday. Ben Bourgel, Israel’s non-resident ambassador to Senegal, the Gambia, Cabo Verde, Guinea and Guinea–Bissau, added Chad to the

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Israel Ups Fuel Exports to Europe to Help Lessen Dependence on Russia

Wednesday, 18 May 2022 |Israel is increasing its offshore natural-gas output as part of an effort to reach a deal with Europe in order to supply it with alternatives to Russian energy. Jerusalem seeks to double production to 40 billion cubic meters as it expands current projects and starts working in new fields, reported Reuters.

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Tensions Continue to Simmer amid Riots and Attempted Terror Attacks

Tuesday, 17 May 2022 | As tensions in Israel continue to simmer amid an ongoing wave of terror attacks and violence, Israeli security forces have their hands full with another attempted attack this morning as well as rioting at a Palestinian funeral in Jerusalem yesterday. Last night, the funeral of a Palestinian man attended by

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Russia Fires on Israeli Jets in Syria for the First Time

Tuesday, 17 May 2022 | In a concerning first, Russia purportedly fired its advanced S-300 surface-to-air missile battery at Israeli Air Force (IAF) jets during an alleged Israeli strike on Iranian-linked targets in Syria last week, Channel 13 news reported. Shortly after 11 p.m. on Friday evening, the IAF apparently struck multiple targets—including a weapons

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UK to Pass Legislation Preventing Public Bodies from Engaging in Boycotts

Tuesday, 17 May 2022 | UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative government has resolved to pass legislation that will stop public bodies from adopting anti-Israel boycott resolutions. The proposed legislation was outlined in the Queen’s Speech, an annual ceremonial address on May 10 that opens Parliament and sets out the government’s legislative priorities. The bill’s

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Israel Helps Ukrainian Refugee Kids Get Smart Classrooms to Continue Studies

Tuesday, 17 May 2022 | While the war in Ukraine rages, Israel-based international humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization SmartAID has set up online “smart classrooms” in Moldova, Poland and other neighboring countries. Here, 1st–12th-graders fleeing the war can continue learning with their geographically scattered classmates and teachers. More than 700,000 schoolchildren have crossed the

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A Weekend of Tensions and Thwarted Terror Attacks

Monday, 16 May 2022 | This past weekend saw more tension amid two thwarted terror attacks in Judea and Samaria, a Jewish man attacked in an eastern Jerusalem neighborhood and Arab commemorations of the “catastrophe” of the Jewish state’s rebirth in 1948. The weekend opened with a bang on Friday morning when a Palestinian man

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Israeli Soldier Killed in Jenin Counterterror Operation

Monday, 16 May 2022 | The bloody eight-week terror wave in which 19 people have been murdered claimed another casualty over the weekend. This time the victim didn’t fall prey to a terrorist with a knife or an axe on an Israeli street. Sgt.-Maj. Noam Raz, 47, a member of Israel’s elite Yamam counterterrorism unit,

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