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Israel Signs Contract to Build Embassy in Morocco

Wednesday, 3 August 2022 | Israel’s Ambassador to Morocco David Govrin signed a construction contract on Tuesday for building a headquarters for a permanent Israeli embassy in Morocco. “I am very happy to share with you this photo, which witnesses one of the historical moments I lived with my team, as the construction contract for

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Lapid Meets US Mediator in Israel–Lebanon Border Dispute

Wednesday, 3 August 2022 | US envoy mediating between Israel and Lebanon on the maritime border dispute arrived in Israel late on Monday and met with Prime Minister Yair Lapid. His visit was extraordinary because Amos Hochstein usually returns to Washington after visiting Beirut. Israeli officials say his visit is [an] indication of American resolve

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Israel Issuing New ‘Job Seeker’ Entry Permit to Palestinians

Wednesday, 3 August 2022 | Israel has started granting Palestinians in Judea and Samaria a new kind of entry permit, designed to decrease the number of illegal border crossings, Israeli media reported on Monday. The “Job Seeker” permit is being issued to Palestinians who pass security screenings, and enables them to enter Israel 15 times

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Israel Demands UN Disband Investigating Commission over Anti-Semitic Remarks

Tuesday, 2 August 2022 | Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid on Sunday sent a letter to the head of the United Nations [UN] calling upon the international body to disband the Commission of Inquiry (COI) investigating Israel and the Palestinians due to anti-Semitic remarks made by one of the members. In his letter to UN

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Biden Administration Refuses to Set Deadline for Nuclear Talks

Tuesday, 2 August 2022 | Despite repeated refrains by Biden administration officials that negotiations to revive the Iran nuclear deal cannot go on indefinitely, which the US president himself reiterated during the Israel leg of his Middle East trip in mid-July, Washington has refused to set a deadline for ending talks even though they appear

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Israeli Soldiers Uncover a 1,500-year-old Convent with Mosaics 

Tuesday, 2 August 2022 | Over the past month, dozens of soldiers re-uncovered a 1,500-year-old nuns’ convent complex at Horbat Hani, in the low foothills east of Shoham [central Israel], after a small area of the site located within a military zone was accidently damaged by the army. The activity took place in the framework

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Hamas Youth Camps in Gaza Include Weapons Training, Targets of ‘Israeli Soldiers’

Tuesday, 2 August 2022 | As in previous years, the Hamas terrorist organization that rules the Gaza Strip is running summer camps for children and teens that promote jihad [war with unbelievers of Islam] and armed struggle against Israel, incorporating the use and training of various weapons, along with other military skills. “Saplings of Jerusalem”

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US Energy Envoy in Beirut as Israel, Lebanon Eye Maritime Border Deal

Monday, 1 August 2022 | US Senior Adviser for Energy Security Amos Hochstein arrived in Beirut on Sunday as part of an ongoing effort to mediate indirect talks between Israel and Lebanon aimed at resolving a longstanding maritime border dispute, according to a State Department statement. During his visit, Hochstein will “discuss sustainable solutions to

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Israel to Accelerate Joint Israeli–Jordanian Employment and Industrial Park

Monday, 1 August 2022 | The government [on Sunday] approved the proposal of Prime Minister Yair Lapid and Regional Cooperation Minister Esawi Frej to accelerate the implementation of the ‘Jordan Gateway’ project—the joint industrial zone between the State of Israel and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. In the framework of the project—which was first proposed

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Israel to Withhold Palestinian Tax Revenue over Payments to Terrorists

Monday, 1 August 2022 |  Israeli ministers voted on Sunday to withhold hundreds of millions of dollars in tax revenue from the Palestinian Authority (PA) for its policy of paying out stipends to people killed or imprisoned in fighting with the Jewish state and their families. Israel, which collects taxes on behalf of the PA,

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