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Back to Normal? Israel Opens to Unvaccinated Tourists

Monday, 21 February 2022 | Come March 1, the doors to Israel will once again swing open to welcome unjabbed tourists back to the Promised Land, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett announced yesterday. The move winds up a nearly two-year bar on unvaccinated noncitizens entering the Jewish state, and will hopefully serve as a crucial step

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Israel Slams Potential Nuke Deal: In 2.5 Years, Iran Can Have Advanced Nuclear Program

Monday, 21 February 2022 | With a revived nuclear deal between Iran and the major world powers possibly in sight, Israel is warning the new deal may only provide two-and-a-half years of restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program—in exchange for billions of dollars. Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett on Sunday said that when the deal expires,

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Hezbollah Drone Triggers Air Raid Sirens in Northern Israel

Monday, 21 February 2022 | On Friday afternoon, a drone crossed into northern Israel from Lebanon, triggering sirens and aerial defense systems, the Israeli military announced. However, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) lost radar contact with the drone after a few minutes, and despite the military scrambling helicopters and fighter jets as well as launching

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Area C of the “West Bank,” EU Hypocrisy, and Double Standards

Monday, 21 February 2022 | Recent policy decisions by the European Union [EU] regarding the Israeli–Palestinian dispute indicate profound contradictions, double standards and hypocrisy. Being signatories as witnesses to the 1991-3 Oslo Accords between Israel and the PLO [Palestine Liberation Organization], together with the United States, Russia, Norway and Egypt, the EU took upon itself

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Iran Deal “Closer than Ever”?

Friday, 18 February 2022 | The talks in Vienna are “closer than ever to an agreement” to revive the nuclear deal with Iran, the regime’s chief negotiator tweeted on Wednesday. “Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed, though,” Ali Bagheri posted to Twitter. “Our negotiating partners need to be realistic, avoid intransigence and heed lessons

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Report: Russia Sends Hypersonic-armed Fighter Jets to Syria for Naval Drills

Friday, 18 February 2022 | Russia sent MiG-31K fighter jets with hypersonic Kinzhal missiles and Tupolev Tu-22M bombers to its airbase in Syria for naval exercises, reported Interfax news agency on Tuesday. The forces are headed to the Hmeimim Air Base southeast of the city of Latakia, Syria, and will take part in exercises in

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Israeli Navy Takes Part in World’s Largest Naval Exercise

Friday, 18 February 2022 | The Israeli Navy took part in the world’s largest naval exercise, involving 60 international navies, concluding the operation on Thursday, announced the Israel Defense Forces [IDF]. In a statement, the IDF said the exercise was led by the United States Fifth Fleet and took place in the Red Sea, as

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Israel’s COVID Green Pass System to End, Bennett Confirms

Friday, 18 February 2022 | Israel will not be extending the Green Pass regulations, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett confirmed on Thursday. The decision was made in a meeting with senior health and other officials. The Green Pass is set to expire on March 1. Green Pass restrictions had already been reduced earlier this month, such

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Israel Strike Said to Target Syrian Military Base Used by Iranian Militias

Thursday, 17 February 2022 | Israel launched a missile strike on targets in the Damascus area on Wednesday night, Syrian state media reported. The Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) said early on Thursday morning that Israel launched the strike from the Golan Heights at around 11:35 p.m. on Wednesday. Syria’s air defense system was not

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Australia Joins Host of Countries Designating Hamas as Terror Organization

Thursday, 17 February 2022 | Australia today announced it would designate the entire Hamas movement as a terrorist organization, joining the ranks of Israel, the United States, Britain, Canada, Japan, Egypt and the European Union, who have already assigned the radical Sunni Islamist group to the red list. Hamas’s military wing, Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades,

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