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A Light in the Darkness in 2023

Signs of the Times

Egypt Seizes Iranian Weapons Ship

{image_1}Arab news outlets reported that the Egyptian navy seized a vessel carrying a large arms shipment near the Sinai Peninsula’s southern coast in the Red Sea. The Anatolia Turkish News Agency reported the ship is an Iranian fishing vessel named “Sawit 1,” adding that it was captured 12 miles [19.3 km] offshore.

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Arab League Creates Billion-Dollar Fund to Promote Jerusalem

{image_1}The Arab League, meeting in Qatar, has resolved to set up a [US] $1 billion fund to promote the Arab character of east Jerusalem. The fund, which will be managed by Saudi Arabia’s Islamic Development Bank, will “finance projects and programs that would maintain the Arab and Islamic character of the city and reinforce the steadfastness of its people.”

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Many Israelis Update Gas Masks

{image_1}The defense establishment’s concerns about the potential threat of chemical weapons from Syria and Hezbollah have not gone unnoticed by the Israeli public. The Israel Postal Service reported the number of Israelis changing their nonconventional warfare protection kits nearly tripled in the month of January alone.

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IDF Sets up Cyber War Room

{image_1}Syrian hackers are working for President Bashar Assad's regime; criminal elements worldwide are trying to down banks' websites; and Israel has also recently experienced an unprecedented cyber attack as retaliation for the Israel Defense Forces’ [IDF's] Operation Pillar of Defense in Gaza. The IDF's Computer Services Directorate responded to the rise in the number of cyber attacks in Israel by setting up a special cyber war room meant to protect its computer systems by detecting virtual attacks by hostile elements and launching a counter attack.

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Officials “Concerned” About Syrian Uranium Stockpile

{image_1}Nuclear experts in the US and Middle East have raised concerns about the security of up to 50 metric tonnes [55 US tons] of un-enriched uranium in Syria, the Financial Times reported. Such a stockpile could be a vital resource to building a nuclear bomb and could have disastrous implications if seized by Iran.

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Who Is Hamas?

{image_1}Hamas was founded in 1987 by Sheikh Ahmed Yassin and Mahmoud al-Zahar, former members of the Muslim Brotherhood, a religious, political, and social movement founded in Egypt and committed to the gradual global dominance of Islam. 

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The True Faces of the Enemy

{image_1}Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: “We were re-exposed to our enemies’ true face…They have no intention of compromising with us; they want to destroy the state…”

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Our Right to Build

{image_1}The State of Israel has all sorts of assets, but the sympathy of the European countries is not among the important ones. It is certainly not as important as another asset we tend to overlook: our independence. The world's empathy is important when rockets are fired at Israel from the south, but it is more important to take out those who are doing the firing. The same goes for the diplomatic arena: if attacked, we must return fire. 

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Hypocrisy at the United Nations

{image_1}In an astonishing display of hypocrisy, numerous UN country delegates gave impassioned speeches on November 27 objecting to resolutions criticizing the murderous regimes of Iran, North Korea, and Syria. The delegates said they rejected the very notion of singling out countries, and then they proceeded, mere moments later, to adopt a resolution—which many of them also co-sponsored—singling out democratic Israel. 

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UN Votes in Favor of Palestinian Upgrade

{image_1}On November 29, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) voted overwhelmingly in favor of a resolution to upgrade Palestine from an “entity” to the status of a “non-member observer state.” The final vote tally was 138 in favor, 41 abstentions, and 9 opposed. The countries who voted in opposition were Israel, US, Canada, Czech Republic, Panama, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Nauru, and Palau. Britain and Germany were among the nations that abstained.

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