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Bridges for Peace Wishes You a Blessed Christmas

Wednesday, 23 December 2020 | Two days before Christmas, Christians from around the world are looking forward to celebrating the birth of Jesus (Yeshua) on Friday. Even though the exact date of His birth is not really known, the Christmas season is a time to rejoice and celebrate in the fact of His advent. For

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Israel Announces Fourth Elections in Two Years

Wednesday, 23 December 2020 | It’s official. Israel is heading to the polls for the fourth national elections in less than two years. The Knesset Speaker made the official announcement in the plenum at the stroke of midnight last night after the deadline to pass the 2020 state budget came and went, dissolving the 23rd

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IDF Bolsters Troops in Judea and Samaria amid Growing Tensions

Wednesday, 23 December 2020 | The IDF [Israel Defense Forces] said on Tuesday that it would be bolstering its troops on the West Bank [Judea and Samaria] in the wake of the murder of Esther Horgan, an Israeli woman that was found dead on Sunday outside the settlement [community] of Tal Menashe, in what is

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Second Temple Period Remains Unearthed at Gethsemane

Wednesday, 23 December 2020 | One of the first pieces of archaeological evidence of Second Temple-period activity at Gethsemane was unearthed near the modern church during archaeological excavations conducted by the Israel Antiquities Authority [IAA] in collaboration with scholars from the Studium Biblicum Franciscanum. A 2000-year-old ritual bath discovered at the site dates from the

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Mother of Six Slain in Suspected Terror Attack

Tuesday, 22 December 2020 | The body of an Israeli mother of six was found in a West Bank [Judea and Samaria] forest early Monday in a suspected terror attack. Esther Horgan, 52, left her home in the northern West Bank settlement [community] of Tal Menashe on Sunday afternoon for a jog in the nearby

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Israel Thwarts Second Terror Attack in Two Days

Tuesday, 22 December 2020 | Less than a day after an Israeli mother of six was murdered in a Palestinian terror attack in the hills of Samaria, Israeli police managed to thwart the second Palestinian terror attack in two days, this one in the Old City of Jerusalem. The attack occurred at around 7 p.m.

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Joint Israeli–American Delegation Heads to Morocco Following Normalization of Ties

Tuesday, 22 December 2020 | Editor’s Note: The first direct commercial flight between Israel and Morocco takes off today—less than two weeks after the two countries announced the normalization of diplomatic ties in a US-brokered agreement. The flight carries an Israeli–American delegation from Tel Aviv to Rabat to seal the normalization deal and sign a

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Miss France Runner-up Attacked on Social Media for Jewish Roots

Tuesday, 22 December 2020 | April Benayoum, the runner-up in Saturday’s Miss France competition, came under a barrage of anti-Semitic abuse on social media after revealing her father is an Israeli Jew. Benayoum, who is the current Miss Provence, said during the final that she was the daughter of an Israeli–Italian father and was proud

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Israel Begins Coronavirus Vaccine Drive

Monday, 21 December 2020 | Israel launched its coronavirus vaccine drive on Sunday with medical personnel in the country’s major hospitals being first in line to get the shot. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, 72, became the first Israeli to receive the Pfizer vaccine for coronavirus on Saturday evening, followed immediately by Health Minister Yuli Edelstein,

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Iranian Hackers Target Israeli Defense Company

Monday, 21 December 2020 | Pay2Key, a hacking group with ties to Tehran, boasted yesterday that it successfully infiltrated the servers of a number of role-players in the Israeli defense industry, including Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), the Jewish state’s largest air defense corporation. Pay2Key, an alleged offshoot of an Iranian hacking cooperative called Fox Kitten,

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