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A 2,700-Year-Old Private Toilet from First Temple Era Discovered in Jerusalem

Wednesday, 6 October 2021 | A rare toilet cubicle from the First Temple Period, which was part of an ancient royal estate that operated at the end of the Kings of Judean period (7th century [BC]), was discovered on the Armon Hanatziv promenade in Jerusalem, where the Israel Antiquities Authority [IAA] and the City of

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Gantz: Iranian Terror Plot Targeting Israelis Thwarted

Tuesday, 5 October 2021 | An Iranian terror plot targeting Israelis in Cyprus has recently been thwarted, said Israel’s Defense Minister Benny Gantz on Monday, following Hebrew media reports of a would-be assassin who was arrested on the island with the intention of killing Israeli–Cypriot billionaire Teddy Sagi. “We are operating in all sectors and

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Abbas’s UN Address Proves Peace Has Never Been Further Away

Tuesday, 5 October 2021 | Palestinian Authority [PA] Chairman Mahmoud Abbas addressed the United Nations General Assembly last week—and to be honest, we have heard over the years speeches by Palestinian leaders that were far, far worse. However, if that’s what a calculated speech looks like, we have a problem. And it’s not like we

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US Marine Corps Inks Contract with Israeli Defense Company

Tuesday, 5 October 2021 | The Israeli defense company Smart Shooter, which develops fire-control systems designed to significantly increase the accuracy and lethality of small arms, announced on Monday that it signed a contract with the US Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory for the purchase of several Smash 2000 systems for test and evaluation. The agreement

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After 40 Years of Peace, First EgyptAir Commercial Flight Lands in Israel

Tuesday, 5 October 2021 | On Sunday, Israel welcomed EgyptAir’s first commercial flight to Ben-Gurion Airport with celebratory jets of water over the aircraft marking the historic occasion. EgyptAir will operate four flights to and from Ben Gurion on a weekly basis. The arrival of Egypt’s national carrier is not the first flight between the

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Iran Demands US Unfreezes US $10 Billion before Returning to Nuclear Talks

Monday, 4 October 2021 | Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahain said on Saturday that the Islamic Republic had requested that the United States unfreeze “at least” [US] $10 billion in frozen Iranian funds to prove it was serious about rejoining the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action [JCPOA]. In an interview with Iranian state television,

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Iron Dome Funding to Israel Delayed in Senate, though Favored to Pass

Monday, 4 October 2021 | Assistance funding for Israel’s Iron Dome air defense system was temporarily delayed in the US Senate [last] week when it appeared as a side note to the Senate’s fight to avert a government shutdown. While working on passing a Continuing Resolution (CR) funding bill, Senate leaders attempted to “hotline” a

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The Real Palestinian “Heroes”: Terrorists

Monday, 4 October 2021 | While many international media outlets focused their attention on the escape of six Palestinian inmates from an Israeli prison on September 6, as well as the ensuing dramatic manhunt launched by thousands of Israeli police officers and soldiers, only a few—if any—reported on the Palestinian Authority (PA) leadership’s ongoing glorification

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Israeli Test Identifies Recurring Cancer Years before Current Technologies

Monday, 4 October 2021 | C2i Genomics has developed a blood test that allows doctors to monitor their patients for recurring or newly developing cancer cells in real-time. Although the test has not received FDA approval, it is currently being used in clinical research and drug development research in New York, Singapore, Denmark and Sweden.

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First Israeli Embassy Inaugurated in Bahrain

Friday, 1 October 2021 | A year after Jerusalem and Manama established formal relations, the two former foes celebrated another landmark in their now flourishing friendship with the first Israeli embassy opening its doors on Bahraini soil yesterday. Foreign Minister Yair Lapid—in Bahrain on the first official visit by an Israeli foreign minister to the

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