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Israel Says Middle East Air Defense Alliance Has Already Thwarted Iranian Attacks

Wednesday, 22 June 2022 | Israel isn’t just cooperating militarily with other countries in their region. According to Defense Minister Benny Gantz, that alliance has already dealt blows to the region’s shared enemy: Iran. Calling the cooperation among unnamed countries in the region the “Middle East Air Defense Alliance,” Gantz said this is being developed

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Coalition Crumbles, Sends Israel Back to Elections

Tuesday, 21 June 2022 | Israel’s teetering government is finally ready to topple over the edge, as the Knesset (Parliament) is set to dissolve next week, sending Israel into another round of elections in October. After staying afloat for over a year, the government dissolving will trigger Israel’s fifth election in less than four years.

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Bennett: Israel, Turkey Have Thwarted Several Terror Attacks

Tuesday, 21 June 2022 | Prime Minister Naftali Bennett yesterday hailed the close cooperation between Israeli and Turkish security officials, crediting the collaboration with foiling several terror attacks on Israelis in Turkey and apprehending those responsible. Israel is “working closely with Turkish officials to thwart attempts to strike Israelis and Jews,” Bennett explained during a

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Biden Israel Visit Still on Despite Political Tumult, US Ambassador Says

Tuesday, 21 June 2022 | US President Joe Biden still plans to visit Israel in July despite the collapse on Monday evening of the country’s coalition government, according to US Ambassador to Israel Tom Nides. Biden will be hosted by caretaker prime minister Yair Lapid. President Biden is scheduled to arrive in Israel on July

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Iran’s Nuclear Program: Where Is the Biden Administration’s Plan B?

Tuesday, 21 June 2022 | The Biden administration’s nuclear negotiations to revive the nuclear deal (the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) with Iran’s ruling mullahs are going nowhere, all while the administration does not seem to have a Plan B. The ruling mullahs of Iran defiantly continue to advance their nuclear program. They recently switched

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Israeli PM after Gaza Rocket Fire: Price for Attacks ‘Will be High and Painful’

Monday, 20 June 2022 | After the first Gaza-launched rocket attack in months was fired over the weekend, the IDF [Israel Defense Forces] responded with a counterstrike against the Gaza-ruling Hamas group, and Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett warned of more if the terror attacks resume. Commenting on the recent period of extraordinary quiet experienced

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Bennett: ‘Our New Rule Is, Whoever Sends Attackers, Pays’

Monday, 20 June 2022 | Israel will strike “whoever sends” attackers against Israelis, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said on Sunday. In his opening remarks to the weekly Cabinet meeting, the Israeli premier said that the country’s security services were working to thwart attacks before they occur, but added that Israel would not stop at

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Cyberattack Has Air Raid Sirens Blaring across Jerusalem

Monday, 20 June 2022 | Air raid sirens screamed through several neighborhoods in Jerusalem and Eilat last night for nearly an hour. Yet this time, the terrifying wail did not warn of an incoming rocket. A cyberattack allegedly sent the sirens screeching. And according to unconfirmed reports in Hebrew media, the Iranians are behind the

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How Far Will Hezbollah Take Lebanese Maritime Dispute?

Monday, 20 June 2022 | In recent days, Hezbollah has stepped up threats to attack Israel’s offshore gas-drilling activities in the Karish gas field, off the coast of Haifa, due to an unresolved maritime border dispute between Israel. Israel maintains that Karish is in its exclusive economic zone in the Mediterranean Sea, while Lebanon claims

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Al Jazeera Presents Bullet that Killed Reporter in Jenin

Friday, 17 June 2022 | The Qatar-based Al Jazeera network on Thursday showed what it said was the bullet that killed their West Bank [Judea and Samaria] reporter Shireen Abu Akleh, killed while covering an IDF [Israel Defense Forces] incursion into the Jenin refugee camp last month. The 5.5-millimeter [0.19-in.] bullet, designed to pierce armor,

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