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Israel Prepares for ISIS Threat from Sinai

A tense quiet has characterized the Israel-Egypt border for the past year, as the threat of the Islamic State has grown, leading the IDF [Israel Defense Forces] to realize that it could end up affecting Israel directly—specifically its southern towns. The IDF has taken this danger to heart, and has been preparing. The IDF Southern

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ISIS: “We’ve Smuggled 1,000s into Europe”

As Europe staggers under the influx of the largest refugee crisis since World War II, affected countries might soon face a threat far more serious than a migrant question. According to an unnamed Syrian operative, more than 4,000 clandestine Islamic State (ISIS) fighters have infiltrated Europe under the guise of asylum seekers. These jihadists, the

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IDF’s Strategy for Defending Israel

The navy, airforce and infantry work in cooperation to protect Israel. IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Gadi Eizenkot has released a document highlighting the changing threats facing Israel and the IDF’s evolving approaches in dealing with them. Entitled “IDF Strategy,” the 30-page document offers the public its first glimpse into the IDF’s defense doctrine

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Russia Moves In

Russia has swept into the Middle East. In a matter of weeks, it has established a daunting military presence in Syria. That presence includes some 1,500 troops along with artillery, tanks and fighter jets. According to intelligence news service, DEBKA, Russia’s presence also includes the arrival of the world’s largest nuclear submarine, Russia’s Tycoon-class Dmitri

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Advanced System Increases Rocket Warning Time on Gaza Border

Photo by IDF/wikipedia.org The IDF [Israel Defense Forces] is in the process of installing a new radar system that would significantly increase the warning time given to Israelis to take cover when a mortar shell is fired from the Gaza Strip, a senior Southern Command official said recently. One year after Operation Protective Edge, the

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French Aliyah Increases in 2015

Photo by ChameleonsEye/shutterstock.com By July 31, 4,260 French immigrants had reached Israel, up 11% from the 3,830 who moved to Israel over the same period a year earlier, according to the Jewish Agency for Israel, which facilitates immigration. The figures mark the first time that more than 1% of a Western country’s Jewish population has

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Report: Assad Retained Chemical Arsenal

PhotoSerg/ shutterstock.com United States intelligence agencies have confirmed that Syria’s President, Bashar al-Assad, remains in possession of chemical weapons, The Times of Israel reported. In 2013, Assad capitulated to international demands that he relinquish Syria’s chemical weapons arsenal after his regime used sarin gas against civilians in Damascus. The Times referenced a report in The

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Pope Recognizes Palestine: Tipping Point?

Pope Francis The Roman Catholic Church announced in May that it has all but finalized a formal agreement with “the State of Palestine.” While it is not the first entity to do so, it might be the most significant. Because of its perceived moral authority, especially in the West, Rome’s official recognition may be the

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Egyptian President Strengthens Ties with Russia

Egyptian President Sisi Egyptian President Sisi was in Moscow in May to participate in celebrations marking the 70th anniversary of the victory over Nazi Germany in 1945. According to the Jerusalem Post (JPost), Sisi met with Russia’s President Putin. In that meeting, he “expressed his desire to strengthen cooperation between the nations.” Putin reciprocated the

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Israel’s Security Policy in Syria

 Over the past three years a series of incidents involving attempted attacks from Hezbollah and the movement of weapons through Syria have caused concern in Israel and action to thwart such actions. In this article, retired Brig. Gen.Yossi Kuperwasser explains. The attacks and reported air strikes indicate an ongoing battle between Israel and the Iranian-led

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