Report: Iran planning to arm Palestinians in Judea and Samaria

By Neta Bar, Israel Hayom— Iran is working to arm the various terrorist organizations active in Judea and Samaria with the aim of sparking fresh hostilities against Israel, recent remarks by senior officials in Tehran reveal. A report published by the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs on Wednesday exposed a series of comments from officials…

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Kushner meets EU officials to discuss peace plan

By Elad Benari, Arutz Sheva— US President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and Middle East peace adviser Jared Kushner on Tuesday met European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker for talks in Brussels, AFP reported. Kushner arrived in Brussels from London, where his father-in-law is making a state visit. The trip comes at a time when international hopes are…

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Israel destroys last Hezbollah tunnel from Lebanon

BY Israel Hayom— The IDF on Monday said it finished sealing the last of a series of Hezbollah attack tunnels under the country’s northern border with Lebanon, roughly six months after they were found. Military spokesman Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus told reporters during a tour of the tunnel that it was “the longest and deepest…

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More than 25% of Americans Say Israel Unimportant to their Jewish Future

BY MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN, JPost— Not even three-quarters (72%) of American Jews and only a little more than half (53%) of French Jews think that a thriving State of Israel is vital for the long-term future of the Jewish people, according to a new study by the American Jewish Committee (AJC). The AJC on Sunday released…

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Jerusalem Day and the Tricky status of the Holy City

By Tsvi Sadan, Israel Today— Following what only Israel calls the liberation of East Jerusalem 52 years ago on June 7, 1967, Moshe Dayan issued the following declaration: “This morning, the Israel Defense Forces liberated Jerusalem. We have united Jerusalem, the divided capital of Israel. We have returned to the holiest of our holy places,…

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For 2nd straight day, Israel strikes military targets in Syria

By Israel Hayom and AP— Israel fired missiles at a Syrian military air base in the country’s center late Sunday, killing at least one soldier and wounding two others, hours after another Israeli strike in southern Syria, which came in response to a rocket attack on the Israeli Golan Heights. Sunday’s strike killed three soldiers…

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ENEWS: The 2,000 Year Old Column Drum

On October 8, 2018, the Israel Museum in Jerusalem unveiled a 2,000-year-old limestone column drum bearing the inscription: “Hanania son of Dudolos from Jerusalem.” The reason why the column drum made international headlines was not because Hanania is known from history or because Second Temple period finds are unusual. The inscription is the earliest full…

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Another Election? What is It Good For?

By Tsvi Sadan, Israel Today— In his short announcement last night, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu charged that Avigdor Liberman is ready to send Israelis back to the voting booth over semantics. Knowing that the new government depends on him, Liberman, with his five Knesset seats, is leveraging the situation for a senior cabinet posting and…

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Kushner to visit Israel, Jordan to drum up support for peace plan

By JNS and Israel Hayom—- Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas slammed the Trump administration’s peace efforts on Monday, saying the “The ‘deal of the century,’ or the deal of disgrace, will go to hell.” Speaking of the U.S.-sponsored conference in Bahrain scheduled for June 25-26, Abbas added that “the economic project they are working on…

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Christian Archaeologist Attacked by Palestinian Authority in their Legal Battle Against Biblical Archaeology

By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz, Breaking Israel News—- The Israeli Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Bible last week in a case brought by the Palestinian Authority in which they tried to have archaeology in Judea and Samaria declared a crime. Undeterred, the PA turned to UNESCO to intervene while threatening archaeologists around the world…

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