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Lapid Rallies World Leaders to Thwart UN Push for ICJ Opinion on Israeli ‘Occupation’

Tuesday, 29 November 2022 | Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid sent a letter on Monday to more than 50 world leaders calling on them to prevent a vote next month in the United Nations General Assembly [UNGA] on whether to task the International Court of Justice [ICJ] with issuing an advisory opinion on the legality

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“Cash-strapped” Abbas Spends Lavishly on Family, Cronies at World Cup

Tuesday, 29 November 2022 | Leaked Palestinian Authority [PA] documents about [PA President] Mahmoud Abbas, his entourage and his extended family’s participation in activities related to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar have once more revealed his priorities and the priorities of the Palestine Liberation Organization [PLO] and the PA. According to a report

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Israeli, US Air Forces Simulate Strikes on Iranian Nuclear Sites

Tuesday, 29 November 2022 | The Israeli and United States air forces launched a two-day drill on Tuesday simulating strikes on Iranian nuclear facilities, Israeli media reported. The drills will be conducted over parts of Israel and the Mediterranean Sea, and include long-range flights such as those Israeli pilots would be required to undertake to

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Hezbollah Could Use Chlorine Rockets as ‘Last Resort’ in Future War

Tuesday, 29 November 2022 | On November 20, the Saudi Al-Hadath news website published a report claiming to detail an Iranian plan to supply rockets—with chemical warheads—to Hezbollah in Lebanon. According to the report, the rockets are stashed at the Masyaf area in northwestern Syria, and are due to be transferred to Al-Qusayr in the

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Herzog Meets Latvian Counterpart, Hails Three Decades of Bilateral Ties

Tuesday, 29 November 2022 | Israeli President Isaac Herzog on Monday met with his Latvian counterpart, Egils Levits, at the President’s Residence in Jerusalem. Speaking at a press conference, Herzog hailed the “shared values” and “common interests” underpinning bilateral ties between the two countries, which he said were “natural allies.” “We are extremely happy to

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Israeli Flag in Space as NASA Shoots for the Moon

Tuesday, 29 November 2022 | The deep-space flight via Orion spacecraft in the mission called Artemis I, which was launched just less than two weeks ago from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, is currently orbiting the moon with two mannequins aboard—both sporting an Israeli flag. If successful, the experiment may lay the foundation for

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Second Victim Dies from Wounds Sustained in Jerusalem Bus Bombing

Monday, 28 November 2022 | A man wounded in Wednesday’s twin terror bombings in Jerusalem succumbed to his wounds on Saturday. Fifty-year-old Tadasa Tashume Ben Ma’ada immigrated from Ethiopia more than two decades ago and was the father of six children. “The trauma and intensive care teams at Shaare Zedek fought for his life, but

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UN Refuses to Scrap One-sided Anti-Israel Exhibition

Monday, 28 November 2022 | The United Nations [UN] is under fire for continuing to host an exhibition at its headquarters in New York that presents the Palestinian–Israeli conflict in an apparent, one-sided manner. The Question of Palestine and the United Nations opened in 2020 and has become part of a tour taken by tourists

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The Rise of Palestinian Terror in Northern Samaria

Monday, 28 November 2022 | The IDF [Israel Defense Forces] and the Israel Security Agency have inflicted heavy blows on the Lions’ Den terror group in Nablus, but are unable to stop the phenomenon. The group continues to operate and announced that it was involved in a new shooting attack on IDF forces protecting a

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‘We Encounter Mostly Hate’: Israeli Reporters’ Notebook from Qatar

Monday, 28 November 2022 | As reporters, we never thought we were the story, certainly not in a major event such as the soccer World Cup, but after more than a week in Qatar’s capital of Doha, we cannot avoid sharing with our readers our experiences here. We feel hated, surrounded by hostility and unwanted.

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