Palestinians fear ‘civil war’ amid growing anarchy

By Khaled Abu Toameh, JPost— Charges that the Palestinian Authority was not doing enough to enforce law and order, amid increased scenes of anarchy and violence in some parts of the West Bank, emerged Wednesday. Palestinian civilians warned that the violence could lead to “civil war,” especially between large clans and armed gangs in Hebron…

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Peace-processing like its 1993

By Shoshana Bryen, Jewish News Syndicate— In a meeting in May with then-Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, President Joe Biden’s Secretary of State Antony Blinken outlined the Biden administration priority “to continue to rebuild our relationship with the Palestinian people and the Palestinian Authority.” Now, after announcing it wants to open a U.S. consulate in…

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Why Palestinians Are Fleeing The Gaza Strip

By Khaled Abu Toameh, Gatestone Institute—- A tragedy that recently hit the Gaza Strip has again exposed the extent of the suffering of Palestinians under the rule of the Iranian-backed group, Hamas. The tragedy also serves as a reminder of the double standards of the international community in dealing with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, especially the…

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Joel Rosenberg predicts: Saudi Arabia will join Abraham Accords

By All Israel News— ALL ISRAEL NEWS Editor-in-Chief Joel Rosenberg predicted that Saudi Arabia – arguably the most influential Sunni Arab nation in the 21st century – will join the Abraham Accords normalization treaty with Israel. “I believe the Saudis are weighing right now at the highest levels. Is it in their national interests to…

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Is there still hope for American bipartisan support of Israel?

By Jonathan S. Tobin, Arutz7— Former Ambassador to the United Nations and South Carolina governor Nikki Haley was preaching to the choir when she fired a shot over the bow of AIPAC at the annual conference of the Republican Jewish Coalition in Las Vegas this past weekend. Along with other GOP 2024 hopefuls and political…

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Israel ups airstrikes in Syria as next step against Iran

By Anna Ahronheim, Jerusalem Post— Israel has seemingly upped its “war-between-wars” (MAMBAM) campaign against Iran in Syria as the country’s top officer warns that the IDF is accelerating its plans to deal with Iran’s nuclear program. At least seven airstrikes targeting Iranian and Shi’ite militias have been blamed on Israel in the past month alone,…

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Red Alert: Violins of Hope, Part 2

\ Join us for part 2 of our discussion with Arlene Bridges Samuels to find out about Violins of Hope. Arlene is a pro-Israel Christian advocate who has held pioneering positions for two decades with Israel Always, American Israel Public Affairs Committee, (AIPAC) and International Christian Embassy Jerusalem USA’s project, American Christian Leaders for Israel.…

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Israel’s COVID travel rules changed for tourists Monday – here are the details

By Maayan Jaffe-Hoffman, JPost— The new outline for incoming tourists began on November 1, with individual travelers who meet the criteria able to arrive in the country without any special permission. The concept is to open the skies to more travelers interested in visiting the Jewish state. “The Israel Ministry of Tourism is pleased to…

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Why Biden’s Palestinian Policies Will Not Bring Peace

By Khaled Abu Toameh, Gatestone Institute— The Biden administration’s policy of engaging with and strengthening the Palestinian Authority (PA) has suffered a setback: most Palestinians continue to express dissatisfaction with the performance of PA President Mahmoud Abbas and demand his resignation. The Biden administration’s hope of reviving the peace process between Israel and the Palestinians…

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The EU’s Dangerous Policy Towards Iran’s Mullahs

By Majid Rafizadeh, Gatestone Institute— For almost six years since the 2015 “nuclear deal,” the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, was reached, the European Union has been appeasing Iran’s ruling mullahs. What the EU fails to see is that that its soft policy towards the mullahs has been a total disaster and dangerous. Right after…

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‘Israel, Iran engaged in cold war,’ prime minister says

By Ariel Kahana, Israel Hayom— World powers must make sure Iran understands that there would be “serious implications” if it does not relinquish its nuclear ambitions, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said over the weekend. The Israeli prime minister, who is en route to the UN Climate Conference in Glasgow, is set to meet with nine…

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Hacker group leaks data, photos from Defense Ministry, Benny Gantz

By Tzvi Joffre, Jerusalem Post— A hacker group called Moses Staff claimed this week that it has successfully conducted a cyberattack on the Israeli Defense Ministry, releasing files and photos it claims it obtained from the ministry’s servers. Moses Staff’s website claims that the group has hacked over 165 servers and 254 websites and compiled…

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