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Hezbollah: Four Decades of Unprecedented State-sponsored Terrorism

Tuesday, 13 September 2022 | Tensions between Hezbollah in Lebanon and Israel are higher than usual these days, due to threats being made by the Iranian-backed terror organization to launch attacks on Israel’s Karish offshore gas rig in the Mediterranean Sea. According to Hezbollah’s latest “equation,” the threats will be realized if Israel activates the

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Report: Israel Thwarted over 300 ‘Significant’ Terror Attacks this Year

Monday, 12 September 2022 | Over the past eight months, Israel’s internal security agency, the Shin Bet, has prevented widespread bloodshed by thwarting more than 300 “significant” terror attacks, translating to nearly 40 major assaults foiled per month or one stopped every week. Speaking at a conference at Herzliya’s Reichman University yesterday, Shin Bet chief

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Europe: Iran Fails to Finalize Deal, Escalating Nuclear Program ‘Way Beyond’ Civilian Use

Monday, 12 September 2022 | The Iran nuclear negotiations look to be over—for now. Europe has joined the United States in saying that a revived Iran nuclear deal with world powers “will not be signed in the near future” according to Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid, after Europe on Saturday slammed Iran’s response to the

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Senior Hamas Delegation in Moscow for Talks with Russian Foreign Minister

Monday, 12 September 2022 | Hamas political bureau chairman Ismail Haniyeh arrived in Moscow on Saturday together with a senior delegation from the terror organization for talks with Russian officials. The Hezbollah-affiliated Al-Mayadeen television channel, based in Beirut, cited a Hamas spokesperson as saying, Haniyeh “has arrived in Moscow on a visit during which he

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‘By the Memorial and Railroad Tracks, I Felt Our Victory over the Nazis’

Monday, 12 September 2022 | “By the memorial and railroad tracks, I felt our victory, the Holocaust survivors, over the Nazis,” said 81-year-old Miriam Mueller with excitement. Mueller and six other Holocaust survivors returned for the first time to the German town of Farsleben, where they were saved by American soldiers 77 years ago, to

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Israel Mourns the Passing of Queen Elizabeth II

Friday, 9 September 2022 | Israeli leaders from across the political spectrum mourned the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-serving British monarch in history. Elizabeth reigned for 70 years after succeeding her father, King George VI, to the throne in 1952—four years after the British Mandate of Palestine came to an end and the

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Israel Foils Palestinian Terror Attack in Jaffa

Friday, 9 September 2022 | Police officers detained a Palestinian resident of Nablus on Thursday who told them he had come to launch a terror attack. The man was found in the possession of an AK47 automatic rifle and two explosive devices when he was stopped and searched in Jaffa after arousing the suspicion of

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Lapid: Shin Bet Thwarted Hundreds of Terror Attacks this Year Alone

Friday, 9 September 2022 | The Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet) thwarted hundreds of terror attacks, including shootings, explosive attacks, suicide bombings and kidnappings since the start of 2022, Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid said on Thursday. The comments were made during a ceremony to cite intelligence operational projects for excellence. “What the Shin Bet

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Tzofim: Israel’s Future Leaders

Friday, 9 September 2022 | Every Friday, in the early afternoon, a quiet hush descends upon the Land of Israel as preparations begin for Shabbat (Sabbath). However, in many neighborhoods across the country, one can find groups of exuberantly noisy children wearing khaki shirts with colorful neckties happily participating in activities led by teens only

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US to Israel: Iran Deal off the Table

Thursday, 8 September 2022 | The nuclear deal with Iran is “off the table,” with no plans to be signed for the foreseeable future, Hebrew news outlet Zman Israel reported yesterday. The report came amid the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog announcing that it can’t guarantee that Iran’s nuclear program is for peaceful purposes. Prime Minister

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