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Break the Wave: Security forces arrest 16 suspects of terrorism

The IDF, Shin Bet, and Border Police arrested 12 people in the West Bank on Sunday night on suspicion of involvement in terrorist activities, according to the IDF Spokesperson Unit.

Four additional people were arrested after the car they traveled in aroused the suspicion of soldiers during a routine operation. During the search, a knife and an…

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Arab fan goes on tirade, says Israeli journalist ‘not welcome’ at World Cup

Israeli journalist Moav Vardi on Sunday posted footage of an exchange at the World Cup in Qatar in which an Arab fan hurled insults at him, including the charge that he is “not welcome” at the soccer tournament.

During the incident, a clearly disgruntled Vardi, who is the chief international correspondent for the Kan public broadcaster, is…

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Khamenei’s niece slams Iran’s ‘child-killing regime’ in video

The niece of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei described authorities led by her uncle as a “murderous and child-killing regime,” in an online video uploaded by her brother on Saturday after her apparent arrest on unclear charges.
Farideh Moradkhani comes from a branch of the family that has a record of opposition to Iran’s clerical leadership…

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In first, 4 children from South Sudan to get life-saving heart surgery in Israel

Israeli aid workers are poised to airlift four children from South Sudan to Tel Aviv to receive life-saving heart surgery.
Three years after the end of South Sudan’s civil war, the country’s health system is in chaos and doctors simply can’t provide specialist treatments like those needed for children with congenital heart conditions.
The Tel…

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IRGC officer killed by roadside bomb in Syria; Iran blames Israel, vows revenge

Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps blamed Israel on Wednesday for the killing of a senior aerospace officer near Damascus and vowed to avenge the death.

Colonel Davoud Jafari, an adviser from the IRGC’s aerospace division, was “martyred by the Zionist agents with a roadside bomb” near the Syrian capital overnight, the Corps said in a…

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IDF: Body of Israeli who died after West Bank crash snatched by Palestinian gunmen

The body of an Israeli man who died after a car crash in the northern West Bank city of Jenin on Tuesday morning was believed to have been snatched by Palestinian gunmen from a hospital in the city, the military said.

Tiran Fero, an 18-year-old from the Druze-majority town of Daliyat al-Karmel was critically injured along with his friend who…

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One killed, more than 20 injured in Jerusalem bombings

One person was killed and more than twenty injured on Wednesday in two explosions at bus stops located near entrances to Jerusalem, according to police.

Authorities believe that the source of the blasts were two remotely detonated bombs packed with nails to cause maximum damage.

Police described the explosives as “high quality,” and…

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Iran begins enriching uranium to 60% at Fordow nuclear site

Iran has begun enriching uranium to 60% at its underground Fordow nuclear site, Reuters reported on Tuesday.

Tehran had sent a letter to the United Nations’ International Atomic Energy Agency informing the nuclear watchdog of the move, said the report.

The decision was a “strong response” to the IAEA board of governors’ adoption of a…

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Report: Mossad was behind intelligence tip to UK’s MI5 over Iranian terror threats

It was Israel that tipped off the United Kingdom’s MI5 domestic intelligence agency regarding Iranian terrorist threats to British citizens and residents, Kan 11  reported on Monday.

Journalists were among the prime intended targets of Iranian attack plots, according to the report.
On Nov. 16, MI5 Director Gen. Ken McCallum stated during an…

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Bucking regional denial, UAE to include Holocaust in school curricula

The United Arab Emirates is taking major steps to combat a regional culture of Holocaust denial in the wake of the 2020 Abraham Accords that normalized its relations with Israel.

Once entirely absent from the learning materials of children in the UAE — which also blacked out Israel from world maps and globes — the Holocaust is now set to be…

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Israel and Morocco: Making connections with tourism

First, Deputy Mayor Matan Be’eri, whose family hails from Morocco, introduced the charms of Israel’s fifth-largest city to conference attendees as the leading tourist city in Israel. Be’eri recounted the city’s advantages, including its shared borders with Jordan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia, the coral reef, the Red Mountains, cycling routes, the warm…

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Turkey and Iran attack Kurdish areas in Syria and Iraq

Turkey and Iran both carried out attacks against Kurdish areas of Syria and Iraq, threatening to destabilize the region and harming civilian life. Turkey claimed its attacks were in response to “terrorism,” although Ankara has shown no evidence that Kurdish groups are behind any terror attacks in Turkey.

Iran claims its attacks are designed to…

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Black Hebrew Israelites demonstrate in support of Kyrie Irving

Members of the Black Hebrew Israelite group protested on Sunday night outside of the Barclays Center in support of Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving. The basketball player had just returned to the team following an eight-game suspension for promoting an antisemitic movie on social media and then failing to unequivocally denounce Jew-hatred.

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Major Israeli-Emirates agreement signed to start jointly building health tech

Israel’s largest hospital has signed a strategic cooperation deal to develop new health technology with scientists in the United Arab Emirates.

Sheba Medical Center officials ratified a memorandum of understanding on Monday with G42 Healthcare, a large Abu Dhabi-based health-tech company focused on artificial intelligence-based innovations.

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Iran to reach 90% enriched uranium, weighed World Cup terrorism – IDF intel chief

Iran will likely soon carry out at least a symbolic enrichment of uranium to the 90% weaponized level, said IDF Intelligence Chief Maj.-Gen. Aharon Haliva on Monday.

Speaking at the INSS conference on Iran, he said that the world will be tested soon like never before. To date, the Islamic Republic has never dared to cross the uranium enrichment…

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‘Naval Iron Dome’ successfully tested in final stage before becoming operational

Israel’s Navy and Defense Ministry as well as Rafael Advanced Defense Systems completed a C-Dome system advanced interception test, the IDF announced on Thursday, marking a significant step toward introducing the naval version of the Iron Dome aerial defense system.

The C-Dome is a more advanced version of the Iron Dome aerial defense system…

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Iranians seen setting fire to ancestral home of Islamic Republic founder Khomeini

Protesters in Iran have set on fire the ancestral home of the Islamic Republic’s founder Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, two months into the anti-regime protest movement, images showed on Friday.

The house in the city of Khomein in the western Markazi province was shown ablaze late Thursday with crowds of jubilant protesters marching past,…

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U.N. nuclear agency orders Iran to cooperate as new atomic deal looks less likely

Fox News national security correspondent Jennifer Griffin tells “Special Report” the latest on Iran nuclear negotiations after a top diplomat said they are “less confident” about finishing the deal.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which is the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog, has voted to order Iran to cooperate with the…