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Israel and US See ‘Eye to Eye’ that Iran ‘Will Never Acquire Nuclear Weapon’

Monday, 28 March 2022 | The United States and Israel do not agree on how to approach a renewed Iran nuclear deal, but the message US Secretary of State Antony Blinken brought with him on a visit to Israel on Sunday is that the two allies are in full agreement on what matters most. “When

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Is Islamic State Ideology Stoking a Fresh Wave of Terror in Israel?

Monday, 28 March 2022 | Details are still murky on the motives that drove two gunmen to open fire in the middle of a residential area in the northern city of Hadera on Sunday, killing at least two police officers, but their identity is another grim reminder of the tumultuous reality in Israel. Ibrahim and

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Thousands of Mourners Attend Funerals of Beersheva Terror Attack Victims

Thursday, 24 March 2022 | Thousands of people on Wednesday attended the funerals of the four victims of a deadly attack in Beersheva carried out by an Islamic State-affiliated terrorist. Mohammad Abu al-Kian, a 35-year-old resident of the Bedouin town Hura in the Negev, went on a killing spree at a shopping center in the

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Israel Opens Humanitarian Field Hospital in War-torn Ukraine

Thursday, 24 March 2022 | On Tuesday, Israel began accepting patients at its humanitarian field hospital in western Ukraine, where it will treat people affected by the war raging in the country. Situated in the western Ukrainian city of Mostyska and called “Kochav Meir,” the 66-bed hospital is set to be open 24/7 and staffed

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Israel Bashed at Latest UN Security Council Session

Thursday, 24 March 2022 | By the time the meeting was over, four Israelis were dead, as part of a growing spate of terror attacks that has the capacity to help light the region ablaze. But in the UN Security Council’s monthly meeting on the Israel–Palestinian file, the No. 1 priority seemed a bit different.

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UAE Publishes Book on Zionism Written by Tel Aviv University Researchers

Thursday, 24 March 2022 | For the first time since the signing of the Abraham Accords, an Israeli research book has been published in Abu Dhabi, announced Tel Aviv University. The United Arab Emirate’s largest public research institute—the Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research—published Zionism in Arab Discourse by Professor Uriya Shavit, head of

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Four Israelis Murdered in Stabbing Spree, Car-ramming in Beersheva

Wednesday, 23 March 2022 | Four civilians were murdered in a terrorist attack in the city of Beersheva in southern Israel on Tuesday in one of the worst nationalistic incidents in recent years. The terrorist—a resident of the Bedouin town of Houra—ran over a cyclist before leaving his vehicle and embarking on a stabbing spree

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Two Mothers and a Rabbi Who Fed the Poor: Israel Names Victims of Terror Spree

Wednesday, 23 March 2022 | Doris Yachbas’s husband came to look for her at the shopping center in Beersheva after he heard about the terror attack there, only to find her [lying] dead. Her nephew—a volunteer paramedic—arrived at the scene of the attack to discover [it was] his aunt whose life [he was] going to

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Report: Bennett Considers Ukraine Visit to Promote Negotiations with Russia

Wednesday, 23 March 2022 | Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said that he would accept Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s invitation to visit the country on the condition that it made progress in talks with Russia, Ynet learned on Monday. Sources said that Zelenskyy and other senior officials have been pushing for a visit by Bennett

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New Report Debunking Apartheid in Israel Aims to Change the Discourse

Wednesday, 23 March 2022 | A new report by NGO Monitor debunks the accusation of apartheid against Israel and assesses whether apartheid, as previously defined, is applicable to Israel and territories under its military administration. This new report—titled “Neo-Orientalism: Deconstructing Claims of Apartheid in the Palestinian–Israeli Conflict” and written by legal expert Joshua Kern, and

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