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Hagee Ministries Holds 41st Annual Night to Honor Israel

On Sunday, Hagee Ministries held its 41st annual Night to Honor Israel at Cornerstone Church in San Antonio. More than 6,000 people were on hand to hear from several speakers, including founder of Hagee Ministries and Christians United for Israel (CUFI) founder and Chairman Pastor John Hagee, Cornerstone Church Lead Pastor Matt Hagee, Consul…

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Israel approves $10 billion plan to assist Arab sector

“Our goal is to reduce the gaps in education, welfare, women’s employment and the economic-municipal sphere in particular,” Prime Minister Naftali Bennett told the cabinet on Sunday afternoon.
“As we deepen the math and science education in Arab society, we will increase the participation of Arabs in the high-tech market and we will all benefit,”…

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Israeli Envoys Head to US Over Outlawed Palestinian Groups

Special envoys from the Shin Bet will visit the US over the recent linking of Palestinian NGOs classified as terrorist organizations by Israel, said a senior security official.

A representative from Israel’s Foreign Ministry will join the Shin Bet envoys to present the evidence linking Palestinian human rights groups to the Popular Front for…

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Israel’s UN Ambassador Defends Decision to Proscribe Palestinian NGOs Over Terror Group Links

Israel’s ambassador to the UN defended his country’s decision to proscribe six Palestinian NGOs as terror organizations after his Palestinian counterpart called the move “false and libelous slander.”

Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz authorized the listing of the Union Of Agricultural Work Committees, the Bisan Center for Research and…

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Israeli helicopters said to strike Hezbollah-linked targets in southern Syria

Israeli helicopters hit three targets in Syria near the border in the early hours of Monday, Syrian media reported.

According to the reports, the missiles struck targets connected to the Hezbollah terror group on the outskirts of the town of al-Baath as well as other locations in southern Syria.

The three sites were all reportedly connected…

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Monitoring at Iran’s Karaj nuclear site no longer ‘intact,’ says IAEA chief

The International Atomic Energy Agency’s monitoring of Iranian nuclear facilities is no longer “intact,” according to IAEA Director-General Rafael Grossi.

In an interview with NBC News that appeared on Saturday, Grossi said that Tehran’s refusal to allow inspectors to service surveillance equipment at a key nuclear site in Karaj, just northwest…

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Israel declares leading Palestinian NGOs to be PFLP-affiliates

The Israeli government declared several leading Palestinian NGOs to be affiliated with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), according to a document released by the Justice Ministry.

The NGOs that will be designated as PFLP-related will include Addameer, Al Haq, Bisan Center, DCI-P, Samidoun and UAWC.

“The organization is…

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‘Hitler was right’ posters plastered on California synagogue

Antisemitic posters were placed in front of the Shalom Le Israel synagogue in Carmichael, California, on Wednesday, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office told ABC 10.

Posters from the neo-Nazi group Aryan Nation depicting Adolf Hitler with the words “Hitler was right” were put on a menorah and on the front of the synagogue.


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Suspect in British MP’s slaying backs IS, plotted attack for years — prosecutors

Prosecutors said Thursday that a 25-year-old man accused of stabbing British lawmaker David Amess to death was an Islamic State supporter who plotted for two years to kill a politician.

Ali Harbi Ali, a man from London with Somali heritage, had “religious and ideological motivations” when he attacked Amess last week in the town of Leigh-on-Sea,…

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IDF said to resume practicing potential strike on Iranian nuclear sites

The Israeli Air Force has resumed training for a possible strike on Iranian nuclear facilities, Israeli television reported Thursday.

According to Channel 12 news, Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Aviv Kohavi ordered that budgetary funds be set aside for drilling such a scenario, after a two-year hiatus.

The network said Kohavi had also…

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Google Maps removes ‘apartheid wall’ label from security barrier near Jerusalem

Google has announced that it has removed the label “Apartheid Wall” from a road adjacent to the security barrier on the outskirts of eastern Jerusalem.

While it is unclear how it came about, the company called it “inappropriate” and removed the label after being alerted by JNS.

“We have taken swift action to update this inappropriate error,”…

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Drone attack targeting US forces reported in Syria

An attack aimed at Tanf, a lonely outpost in Syria near the Jordanian and Iraqi border, was reported on Wednesday night. There were no casualties, according to a statement by US officials.

According to BBC correspondent Nafiseh Kohnavard, there was a “drone attack on US troops in Al Tanf, Syria.” She noted that local forces said the drone came…

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Lebanon touts ‘new opportunity’ for maritime border talks with Israel

Lebanese leaders this week indicated a willingness to continue negotiations with Israel about the countries’ maritime border.

In a meeting with US Senior Adviser for Global Energy Security Amos Hochstein in Beirut on Wednesday, Lebanese President Michel Aoun expressed “Lebanon’s readiness to continue to cooperate positively” with the talks,…

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Environmental group quits democracy rally because ‘Zionist’ groups are present

WASHINGTON — The Washington DC branch of a national climate action group turned down a role at a voting rights rally because a “number of Zionist organizations” will be taking part.

“Given our commitment to racial justice, self-governance and indigenous sovereignty, we oppose Zionism and any state that enforces its ideology,” Sunrise DC said in…

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Anti-Israel Google, Amazon protest accused of ‘astroturf’ BDS campaign

An “astroturf” campaign by anti-Israel organizations is alleged by pro-Israel activists and independent researchers to be behind public opposition by Google and Amazon employees to their companies’ involvement in Israel’s Nimbus IT infrastructure Project.

On October 12, The Guardian published an anonymous letter ostensibly signed by 390 Google…

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Bereaved families to Blinken: ‘US consulate for Palestinians will encourage terrorism’

More than 150 Israeli families who have lost loved ones to Palestinian terrorism are reaching out to U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken to demand that he stop the planned reopening of a U.S. consulate in Jerusalem to provide services for Palestinians.

After Blinken announced that the United States would “move forward” with the process of…

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Ali Harbi Ali charged with terror murder of British MP David Amess

British prosecutors say they have charged Ali Harbi Ali for the murder of MP Sir David Amess last Friday, in an indictment that includes terrorism charges.

“We will submit to the court that this murder has a terrorist connection, namely that it had both religious and ideological motivations,” says Nick Price, head of the Crown Prosecution…

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Senate proposes $225 million in assistance to Palestinians, echoing bill passed by House

The Senate Appropriations Committee released its 2022 fiscal year bill this week, which includes $225 million in funding for the Palestinians, mirroring funding passed in the House earlier this year.

According to the State, Foreign Operations and Related Programs bill, the Senate committee is providing $225 million in “development assistance,…