Israeli soldiers are being encouraged to maintain vigilance on social networks following reports of Hamas operatives posing as soldiers in an attempt to obtain classified information.
Hamas political bureau member Fathi Hammad calls on Palestinians all over the world to slaughter Jews, says: “If Israel doesn’t lift the siege by next Friday, we will kill the Jews with explosive belts and knives.”
Former IDF chief rabbi Rafi Peretz insists he “does not support” conversion therapy and claims his remarks were intentionally misrepresented.
35 more of the stealth aircraft are to be delivered by 2024 • IDF: “Adir Squadron adds another tier to the operational and strategic capabilities of the air force.”
Families of terror victims and the Shurat Hadin Israel Law Center are filing a lawsuit in France to confiscate Iranian funds passing through INSTEX, a mechanism established by Germany, Great Britain and France to bypass U.S. sanctions against Iran.
Palestinian businessman and Judea-Samaria Chamber of Commerce and Industry co-founder Ashraf Jabari calls the tour “a direct continuation of the economic workshop in Bahrain.”
The “Summit on Combating Anti-Semitism” was prompted by a rise in anti-Semitic incidents throughout the United States, coupled with two deadly synagogue shootings six months apart.
“Each panel member will be making specific calls to action and providing the attendees with ways to getting involved immediately to join the fight against anti-Semitism in America,” said Bryan Leib, program manager of the Israeli-American Council of New York.
While neither country appears to want a war, Tehran’s graduated nuclear escalation is inherently risky, introducing more variables into an already dangerous equation.
Internship programs not only give U.S. students a taste of Israeli culture and work life, they also help spread the word about what the Jewish state has to offer.
Israel PM’s remarks come after the Hezbollah leader warned last week that Israel would be drawn into any war between the U.S. and Iran and could be “wiped out” in such a conflict.
U.K. Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt says Iranian FM assured him in a “constructive call” that Tehran “wants to resolve issue and is not seeking to escalate.”
Iran is chipping away at its nuclear deal obligations, while emphasizing that its calculated breaches are reversible and that it will uphold the nuclear agreement as long as the other side fulfills its terms.
Netanyahu says Rafi Peretz’s remarks are “unacceptable and do not reflect the position of the government”; Meretz leader Nitzan Horowitz calls former IDF chief rabbi a “minister of darkness.”
“We will continue to seek ways to block terrorist travel and cut off the flow of money to these groups,” said Nathan Sales, the U.S. State Department's Coordinator for Counterterrorism.
The measure was added by a vote of 251-170 to a $733 billion National Defense Authorization Act to prohibit the Trump administration from utilizing taxpayer funds for military action “in or against” the regime.
“I believe the administration made a mistake to move the embassy to Jerusalem,” said the former two-term Pennsylvania congressman. “That will be a major impediment, if not a permanent impediment, to try to get a two-state solution” to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Jul 17$10 General; $5 for Maltz Museum Members