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Weekend of Rocket Launches from Gaza

Monday, 13 September 2021 | Air raid sirens blared intermittently throughout Israeli communities on the Gaza border over the weekend as terror groups in the coastal enclave fired rockets on southern Israel for three consecutive evenings. The weekend’s barrage started shortly before 11 p.m. on Friday with a single rocket fired from Gaza, sending thousands

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Hunt Continues for Two Remaining Escaped Palestinian Prisoners

Monday, 13 September 2021 | Israeli forces are still hunting for two of the six Palestinian prisoners who escaped from a maximum-security prison in northern Israel last week. Four were recaptured over the weekend. Following the escape last Monday, Israel launched a large-scale manhunt for the six prisoners, five of whom are Palestinian Islamic Jihad

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Israeli Defense Minister: Iran Trying to Export Drone Know-how to Gaza Terrorists

Monday, 13 September 2021 | Iran isn’t just exporting terrorism around the Middle East; they are giving wings to terror by arming their proxies with the ability to utilize “hundreds” of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). And delivering drone knowledge to terrorists in the Gaza Strip is on Iran’s agenda, according to Israeli Defense Minister Benny

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Israelis Remember 9/11 on the 20th Anniversary

Monday, 13 September 2021 | This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the deadliest terror attack on American soil—the Al Qaeda suicide bombing of New York’s Twin Towers and subsequent deaths of nearly 3,000 with another 6,000 injured. Israel, America’s closest ally in the Middle East, understands suicide terrorism on a first-hand basis. Therefore it

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Lapid in Moscow: Iran’s Nuclear Arms Race a Global Problem

Friday, 10 September 2021 | Foreign Minister Yair Lapid said on Thursday that Iran’s nuclear program is not only an issue for Israel but the entire world as well. “The last two IAEA [International Atomic Energy Agency] reports are damning. They include serious violations, fraud, deception and outright lies,” he said at a press conference

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Could Gilboa Prison Escape Help Spark another Intifada?

Friday, 10 September 2021 | The dramatic escape of six Palestinian terrorists from Gilboa Prison in northern Israel on Monday carries the potential of a broader security escalation, a former defense official has cautioned. Col. (res.) David Hacham, a former Arab-affairs adviser to seven Israeli defense ministers and a senior research associate at the Miryam

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Biden’s Appeasement Policy Boosts Tehran’s Nuclear Development

Friday, 10 September 2021 | Since the Biden administration assumed office, the nuclear talks with Iran have gone nowhere. Six rounds of negotiations have been concluded with no results. In contrast, two other issues have gone too far: the Biden administration’s appeasement policies towards the Iranian regime, and the advancement of the mullahs’ nuclear program.

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Slovakia Apologizes for World War II Laws against Jews

Friday, 10 September 2021 | The Slovakian government apologized on Wednesday for World War II-era laws that stripped Jews of their rights. On the 80th anniversary marking the adoption of the “Jewish Code” on September 9, 1941, the Slovakian government said in a statement that it “feels a moral obligation today to publicly express sorrow

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Israeli Police in Manhunt for Six Escaped Palestinian Prisoners

Thursday, 9 September 2021 | Israel’s police minister vowed Thursday to capture six prisoners who escaped earlier this week from a high-security prison in northern Israel and deal with any blunders that could have led to the breakout as the nationwide manhunt for the fugitives entered its fourth day. The shocking prison break on Monday

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Israel’s Coronavirus Outbreak Ebbs for the First Time in Months

Thursday, 9 September 2021 | Israel’s coronavirus R-number has dropped below 1 for the first time in months, according to Health Ministry data published Wednesday evening, suggesting that the country’s current morbidity wave is on the decline. This measure gauges how many new infections spurt on average from any single case. Any number over 1

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