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Netanyahu: Israel will not be bound by any Iran deal

Israel’s prime minister said on Tuesday that any agreement reached with Iran regarding its nuclear program will not be binding on Jerusalem.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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1 Palestinian dead, 4 wounded during IDF raid in Balata camp

A Palestinian was killed and four others were wounded during clashes that broke out during an Israeli counterterror raid in the Balata camp in Nablus on Tuesday, according to official Palestinian media.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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US confirms talks with Iran, denies interim nuclear deal on table

A US official confirmed that Washington was in contact with Iran regarding moribund nuclear deal talks late Monday, but denied that discussions on an interim agreement were taking place.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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Four Israelis wounded in Samaria drive-by shooting

Four Israelis were wounded in a terrorist attack on Tuesday near the Rihan Crossing in northwestern Samaria.
In an initial shooting, terrorists driving in a vehicle opened fire on a passing car near the Palestinian-controlled town of Yabad.
Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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Amid stark disagreement, UN postpones antisemitism meeting

The United Nations was supposed to convene a meeting with Jewish leaders and global antisemitism envoys next week in Cordoba, Spain to unveil its plan to combat antisemitism. It has postponed that meeting, amid stark disagreement over the contents of the draft plan.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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US gov’t departments warn about Iranian drone program

Four U.S. federal executive departments—State, Commerce, Justice and the Treasury—issued a warning on June 9 to “alert persons and businesses globally” about the Islamic Republic’s drone program.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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Former IDF chief: Israel killed hundreds of ISIS terrorists

Israeli lawmaker and former military chief Gadi Eisenkot revealed on Sunday that the Israel Defense Forces conducted external operations against Islamic State in 2015.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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Iran confirms indirect nuclear talks with US in Oman, but rules out interim deal

Iran on Monday confirmed indirect talks with the United States in Oman regarding its nuclear program, but said it was uninterested in a potential interim deal on the issue.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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Palestinian Authority President Abbas to visit China next week

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas will make a state visit to China next week, Beijing said Friday, after China expressed readiness to help facilitate Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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IDF clashes with Lebanese citizens along Lebanon border

The IDF clashed with Lebanese citizens near Mount Dov and Kfar Shouba along the border between Israel and Lebanon on Friday, after the citizens crossed a barbed wire barrier placed by Israeli forces.

Read more: The Jerusalem Post

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An Iran arrangement would not obligate Israel, Netanyahu tells Blinken

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke about Iran “at length” on June 8.

Read more: The Jerusalem Post

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Israeli NGO Sends Aid After Catastrophic Dam Explosion

Israeli humanitarian aid organization, IsraAID has launched an emergency response to Ukrainians left homeless after a critical dam was destroyed, causing major flooding over a massive area.

Read more: Israel21c

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In first, IDF sends troops to participate in major US-led drill in Morocco

The Israel Defense Forces on Monday said it had sent a delegation of troops to participate in a major American-led military drill held in Morocco and nearby African nations, a first for the Israeli army.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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U.S.-Israel drills show deep ties between the two armies

It’s a drill they have all done before. But this time, it’s different.
American ground forces training with an IDF armored division, showing the close ties between the two nations and the two armies, but also posing some challenges. Once they are dealt with, both sides will benefit.
Read more: i24 News

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Latest tests of Israel’s maritime Iron Dome, C-Dome, take aim at ‘future’ threats

Israel’s naval version of the Iron Dome air defense system, called C-Dome, successfully completed a new series of tests aimed at countering “existing and future threats,” the Israeli military said, in what could be a business boost as maker Rafael eyes potential sales abroad.

Read more: Breaking Defense

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Israeli lightly hurt in terror attack near Huwara in Samaria

An Israeli driver on Tuesday night was lightly injured by glass shards in a shooting near the Palestinian-controlled village of Huwara, located close to Nablus in Samaria.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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Herzog says he plans to address Congress soon

Israeli President Isaac Herzog on Tuesday said that he plans to visit the White House and address a joint session of the U.S. Congress “in the near future.”
He spoke during remarks via video to a gathering at the Israeli embassy in Washington celebrating the Jewish state’s 75th anniversary. U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris then addressed the…

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Gallant tours IDF Northern Command, warns Hezbollah, Iran

Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant visited the Israel Defense Forces’ Northern Command on Tuesday in the context of the “Firm Hand” multi-front military exercise.
Gallant held a situation assessment together with senior IDF officers.
Read more: Jewish News Syndicate