Tuesday, 2 July 2019 | Keeping its word, Iran announced yesterday that it exceeded the limit of enriched uranium allowed under the 2015 nuclear deal. The International Atomic Energy Agency, the United Nation’s agency to monitor such activity, verified that the Islamic Republic’s stockpile surpassed the 300 kilogram (660 lb) limit. Iran had declared inContinue Reading »
Tuesday, 2 July 2019 | When the man at the helm of Mossad (Israeli intelligence agency) speaks, the world listens. Israel’s famed intelligence service is, after all, renowned for its expertise, brilliance and insight. Yesterday was no different. Taking to the podium at the 9th Annual Cyber Week Conference at Tel Aviv University, Mossad ChiefContinue Reading »
Tuesday, 2 July 2019 | British Home Secretary Sajid Javid paid a historic visit to the Western Wall on Monday morning during a two-day trip to Israel. It was the first time a senior official of the British government visited the holy site in 19 years. Javid was greeted by Mordechai Eliav, the director ofContinue Reading »
Tuesday, 2 July 2019 | Archeological findings uncovered in the 1960s and 70s have recently revealed a wonderful secret—the first facility dating to the biblical period for the production of prestigious purple-dyed textiles has been uncovered at Tel Shikmona, south of Haifa. “Until now, there has not been any meaningful direct archeological evidence of workshopsContinue Reading »
Monday, 01 July 2019 | Syria accused Israel of striking a number of targets around Damascus and near Homs some 99 miles (160 km) north in the predawn hours of this morning. The Syrian state news agency SANA identified the targets of the alleged Israeli airstrikes merely as military positions on the outer edges ofContinue Reading »
Monday, 01 July 2019 | Israel and the Hamas terror group in Gaza may have reached a renewed cease-fire agreement, but Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned that his country is still keeping its options on the table if Gaza terrorism resumes—and that includes a “wide-ranging military operation” in Gaza. Addressing critics of his government’sContinue Reading »
Monday, 01 July 2019 | Two thousand years ago, before the Romans destroyed the Second Temple in AD 70, pilgrims coming from all over the world to Jerusalem ascended to the Holy City on an ancient path known as the “Pilgrim’s Road.” On Sunday, that path was reopened in a ceremony attended by several IsraeliContinue Reading »
Monday, 01 July 2019 | The Palestinian government’s highly negative response to the United States’ Middle East peace approach has left Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with just one conclusion. “One thing is clear from all this. The Palestinians are determined to continue the conflict at any price, including that of the well-being of theContinue Reading »
Friday, 28 June 2019 | The already fire-ravaged southern Israel experienced a particularly devastating day yesterday when an enormous wave of incendiary balloon attacks launched from the Gaza Strip sparked at least 30 blazes in areas around the border. The one-day blitz marks the highest number of fires ignited by Gaza-borne devices in a 24-hourContinue Reading »
Friday, 28 June 2019 | “The truth needed to be said, without any apology,” former US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said in her first visit to the Jewish state since leaving her post last year. Haley, who was well-known for standing unapologetically for Israel and fighting anti-Israel bias in the UN, wasContinue Reading »
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