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Tunnel Complex at Natanz Nuclear Facility in Iran “Deeper than Expected”

Wednesday, 19 January 2022 | A new underground complex at the Natanz nuclear facility in Iran, which is designed to serve as a new advanced centrifuge assembly center site, will feature halls “more deeply buried than the Fordow uranium enrichment site, itself deeply buried,” a recent report by the Institute for Science and International Security

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EU Twists International Law to Fight Eviction of Illegal Squatters in Jerusalem

Wednesday, 19 January 2022 | Israeli authorities on Monday morning attempted to evict the Salhiya family, Arab squatters living illegally since the 1950s in a home in the Shimon HaTzadik neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah in Jerusalem. The day-long standoff ended without an eviction, though authorities did destroy a plant nursery on the premises as well

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Beijing Latest Key Player in Nuclear Negotiations, Edging Closer Towards Tehran

Tuesday, 18 January 2022 | As nuclear talks between Iran and world powers continue in Vienna, Iran appears to be already eying its next moves. On January 14, Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian visited China to discuss the 25-year cooperation agreement signed by the two countries earlier this year. That agreement aims to boost economic

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Terror in Synagogues: “We Can Never Let Our Guard Down”

Tuesday, 18 January 2022 | The Jewish community “must be ready” and stay “vigilant and strong” to respond to any anti-Semitic incidents, emphasized Michael Masters, CEO and national director of the Secure Community Network, the security arm of the organized Jewish community. “We are just 2% of the US population, but 58% of religiously motivated

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IDF Thwarts Attempted Terror Attack at Judea Junction

Tuesday, 18 January 2022 | Israeli troops on Monday thwarted an attempted stabbing attack at a junction in the West Bank [Judea and Samaria], the military said. The IDF [Israel Defense Forces] Spokesperson’s Unit said the alleged Palestinian assailant was shot dead while attempting to stab one of the soldiers stationed at Gush Etzion Junction.

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It Was a Rainy Weekend

Tuesday, 18 January 2022 | Rain began falling over most of Israel on Friday and did not taper off until late Sunday evening. Water rushed down Jerusalem’s streets throughout the weekend, continuing on to the Judean Desert where flood watches were in effect. Police warned residents in coastal cities not to use underground parking, and

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“I’m Grateful to Be Alive”: World Shaken in Aftermath of Another Synagogue Attack

Monday, 17 January 2022 | “I’m grateful to be alive,” wrote Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker on Facebook shortly after he emerged unscathed from his Texas synagogue, where he was held hostage for nearly 11 hours, along with three congregants. “I am grateful that we made it out.” The world was watching in shock on Saturday morning as

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Report: Attorney General to Offer Netanyahu a Plea Deal in Trial

Monday, 17 January 2022 | Israel’s attorney general will soon offer opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu a plea bargain in the former premier’s criminal trial, Israeli media reported over the weekend. Although an official decision has not yet been made, based on remarks by Netanyahu’s associates the affair is likely to be put to an end

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Inflation Hits 10-year High in Israel as CPI, Housing Prices Edge Up

Monday, 17 January 2022 | Inflation in Israel hit its highest rate in 10 years in 2021, and at 2.8% is edging closer to the 3% projection set by the Bank of Israel. The Central Bureau of Statistics said on Thursday that the Consumer Price Index rose by 0.3% in December 2021, exceeding analysts’ projections

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Arab Racism and the “Jewish State”

Monday, 17 January 2022 | Palestinians and other Arabs are furious because Mansour Abbas—an Arab member of Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, and head of the United List Party—announced that he recognizes Israel as a Jewish state. Abbas is being denounced as a “traitor” and “Zionist” by many Palestinians and Arabs who define their countries and

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