Home to as many as 450,000 Jews, in many ways it is similar to Michigan, Wisconsin and even Georgia when it comes to the politics that led to it being so contested this election season.
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A Houthi spokesman calls the Quds-2-type missile used in the attack “very accurate” and warns that “operations will continue.”
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Director of PLO Commission of Prisoners’ Affairs Qadri Abu Bakr tells “The New York Times” that the Palestinian Authority is changing its “pay for slay” policy, after conveying the opposite message in Arabic.
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The meeting between the Israeli prime minister and the Saudi crown prince is “an insult to the nation and an invitation to attack Palestinian rights,” senior Hamas official Sami Abu Zuhri says.
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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was also present at the meeting in Neom, Saudi Arabia, which was reportedly arranged by U.S. Special Representative for Iran Elliot Abrams.
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The “NYT” hails Yishai Sarid’s “The Memory Monster” and A.B. Yehoshua’s “The Tunnel.”
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“We must stick to an uncompromising policy to ensure that Iran does not develop nuclear weapons,” says Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
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The changes came in response to objections over the original draft for containing anti-Semitic and anti-Israel content.
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The plan, whose goal is to strengthen the region, includes tax benefits and property tax discounts, and boosts social services and investment in education and infrastructure.
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The Iranian Foreign Ministry’s threat comes on the heels of Wednesday’s IDF strike on Quds Force and Syrian Army targets.
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he hopes to see the former U.S. intelligence analyst in Israel soon.
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The International Monetary Fund finds that the Israeli economy entered the COVID-19 pandemic from a position of strength and that the government’s rapid response to the crisis prevented a more serious fiscal blow.
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Health Ministry agrees to purchase enough vaccine to treat five million Israelis • Netanyahu calls the deal “another important achievement for Israel.”
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With Israel's COVID-19 infection rate at 1.4 percent, Health Ministry Director General Hezi Levy says that the increase in morbidity could lead to new coronavirus restrictions.
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One rocket hit a warehouse on the outskirts of Ashkelon, causing damage but no casualties.
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Paltchik, who defeated Russia’s Arman Adamian for the win, is considered one of Israel's top athletes and a potential Tokyo 2020 Olympic medalist • Israeli Tal Flicker takes silver at Prague event.
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He will now be able to achieve his lifelong dream of moving to Israel, where he has citizenship.
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