IDF reveals additional intelligence on Hezbollah sites in Beirut

By Anna Ahronheim, JPost— Days after Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that Hezbollah is storing precision missiles at three sites in a residential neighborhood in Beirut which led the terror group to show off the site to journalists, the IDF has used footage from the tour to identify machines used to manufacture precision missiles.…

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Success! California Vetoes Anti-Semitic ‘Ethnic Studies’ Public School Curriculum

By Yakir Benzion, United With Israel— Following a public outcry over a proposed “ethnic studies” curriculum that was full of anti-Semitic and anti-Israel messaging, California Governor Gavin Newsom vetoed the proposal, the Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday. In July, United with Israel asked its readers to contact California school officials and demand they stop the…

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True Happiness is Found in the Feast of Ingathering

By Zac Waller, The Heartland Report— Sukkot is commonly known as “Z’man Simchateinu” – “Season Of Our Joy.” This title was given by the sages of Israel based on Leviticus 23:40 and Deuteronomy 16:14-15, where God commands Israel to rejoice during the feast of Tabernacles. Happiness is one of the most desired emotions. We all…

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Oops! Hezbollah Fails to Hide All Evidence of Secret Beirut Missile Factory in Media Visit

By Aryeh Savir, Tazpit News Agency, Jewish Press— As fast as Hezbollah prepared, they couldn’t hide all the evidence in time for the visit by reporters. Responding to Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu disclosure on Tuesday of a secret Hezbollah missile factory in the heart of a Beirut neighborhood, Hezbollah invited reporters to inspect the site.…

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National Mall Comes Alive with Songs, Shofars, and Speakers

By Arlene Bridges Samuels, CBN Israel— September 26, 2020, in Washington, D.C., is a day that will join history-making prayers from the last few centuries, when tiny groups of Christians and big prayer movements changed nations and advanced missions worldwide. Events like the 1738 New Year’s Eve prayer meeting convened by Charles and John Wesley,…

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Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles) Guide for the Perplexed, 2020

By Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger— 1. Jewish national liberation is the 3rd Jewish pilgrimage holiday (following Passover and Shavou’ot – Pentecost), which has been celebrated for the last 3,300 years. Sukkot commemorates the Exodus, the 40 years of wandering in the Sinai Desert, the construction of the Holy Tabernacle and the victories along the way…

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Nobody is ignoring the Palestinians

By Stephen M. Flatow, Israel Hayom— The common refrain heard from media pundits and left-wing critics of the Gulf kingdoms’ recognition of Israel is that it ignores the Palestinian Arabs. Here is how New York Times’ correspondent Michael Crowley began his article following the recent signing ceremony: “Israel and two Arab nations signed agreements at…

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Netanyahu: Preemptive strike against Iran still an option

By Jerusalem Post— Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned that Israel has not ruled out a preemptive strike against Iran, during a memorial service on Tuesday for those who fell in the 1973 Yom Kippur War. “A preemptive strike is a difficult thing to do,” said Netanyahu. “I know that if Iran wants to base itself…

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Knesset votes 9-6 in favor of limiting anti-Netanyahu protests

By Gil Hoffman, Jerusalem Post— The Knesset Law Constitution and Justice Committee voted nine to six on Tuesday morning to approve changes to the Coronavirus Law that would limit protests against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The amendments, which must still pass in the Knesset plenum, would limit the protests during the current lockdown to people…

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PA starts steps towards international peace conference

By Elad Benari, Israel National News— The Palestinian Authority (PA) on Sunday started diplomatic steps to hold an international conference at the beginning of 2021 for the peace process with Israel, a senior official said, according to the Xinhua news agency. The PA mission to the United Nations has begun the preliminary steps with UN…

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2,000-year-old Inkwell Found in Khirbet Brakhot

By Jonathan Laden, Biblical Archaeology Review— A rare intact inkwell was found in a large Second Temple period building. It is a clay cylinder with a round handle. The discovery of this inkwell supports the hypothesis that writing, and therefore literacy, was practiced by more than the administrators among the ancient Israelites. As Alan Millard…

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Time to hold the PLO accountable for its crimes

By Caroline Glick— Earlier this month, the Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government announced that PLO Executive Committee Chairman Saeb Erekat has been hired as a senior fellow for the school’s Future of Diplomacy Project for the 2020-2021 school year. This week, former senior Justice Department official, attorney Neal Sher sent a letter to US Attorney…

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Palestinian Leadership Responds to the Abraham Accord

By Arlene Bridges Samuels, CBN— Evangelical Christians have long venerated President Harry Truman for his boldness as the first world leader to recognize Israel’s statehood in the United Nations vote on May 14, 1948. Now, 72 years later, another momentous decision has taken place. When President Trump and a trio of Middle East leaders signed…

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Tighter lockdown to deal Israeli economy NIS 35B blow

By Eran Bar-Tal and Hili Yacobi-Handelsman, Israel Hayom— Clamping down on economic activity as part of a tighter lockdown is projected to cost Israel an estimated NIS 35 billion (over $10 billion), Finance Ministry Chief Economist Shira Greenberg said on Wednesday during a meeting of the so-called coronavirus cabinet during which stricter measures were discussed…

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