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PFLP threatens escalation after leader put in solitary confinement in Israeli prison

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) threatened an escalation in violence Monday after the terror group’s leader was sent to solitary confinement in an Israeli prison.

In a press conference in Gaza, the organization warned that it would hold Israel “fully responsible” if anything happened to secretary-general Ahmad Saadat…

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Jake Sullivan: ‘We are still working toward Israeli-Saudi normalization’

U.S. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan will travel to Saudi Arabia this weekend for talks with Saudi leaders, including Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, as well as Indian and Emirati officials, he announced Thursday in a speech on U.S. strategy in the Middle East.
“This weekend I will be in Saudi Arabia for meetings with their leaders,”…

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Herzog to represent Israel at King Charles coronation

Israeli President Isaac Herzog will represent the Jewish state at Saturday’s coronation in London of British monarch King Charles III.

Herzog will depart Israel on Thursday, and the following day attend a reception at Buckingham Palace for visiting heads of state.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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‘We Need to Use Every Tool We Have’: Ted Cruz Calls for Extradition of Palestinian Terrorist Ahlam Tamimi

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Thursday at a nomination hearing for the US ambassador to Jordan called for the extradition of Ahlam Tamimi, a Jordanian-Palestinian woman who sits at #4 on the FBI’s list of most wanted terrorists for her role in the 2001 Sbarro pizzeria suicide bombing in Jerusalem.

Read more: The Algemeiner

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‘Iran is 50 North Koreas,’ Netanyahu tells bipartisan congressional delegation

Rep. Michael Turner (R-Ohio) led a bipartisan congressional group, which met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel on Thursday.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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Stabbing in Huwara, West Bank – knife attack carried out by a female terrorist

A stabbing took place in Huwara, West Bank, with one wounded from the terror attack. Paramedics at the Magen David Adom (MDA) said the victim was lightly wounded in the shoulder. The female terrorist was reportedly shot and wounded, and later died in hospital.

Read more: i24 News

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IDF kills terrorists who murdered Lucy, Maia and Rina Dee

Israeli forces on Thursday killed the Palestinian terrorists who last month murdered three members of the Dee family in the Jordan Valley.

Lucy Dee, 48, and daughters Maia, 20, and Rina, 15, were killed in an April 7 shooting on the Route 57 highway near the Hamra Junction.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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Iran’s Raisi meets with top Hamas and Islamic Jihad officials, urges Israel’s defeat

Iran’s president met senior Palestinian officials in Damascus and expressed his country’s support Thursday as Tehran and Syria signed a series of agreements.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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Gallant: Iran has amassed enough uranium for 5 nuclear weapons

Defense Minister Yoav Gallant on Thursday said Iran has amassed enough fissile material for five nuclear bombs, warning the Islamic Republic against further enriching uranium toward weapons-grade levels.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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Raisi meets Assad in Damascus to expand ties

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi arrived in Syria on Wednesday at the head of a high-ranking delegation in an effort to boost economic and political cooperation between the countries.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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Iran seizes second oil tanker in a week in Gulf – US Navy

Iran has seized a second oil tanker in a week on Wednesday in Gulf waters, the US Navy said, the latest escalation in a series of seizures or attacks on commercial vessels in Gulf waters since 2019.

Read more: The Jerusalem Post

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IDF: Gaza terror groups fired 104 projectiles at Israel in daylong flare-up

The Israel Defense Forces on Wednesday morning said Palestinian terrorists had launched 104 projectiles from the Gaza Strip amid a daylong flare-up in violence, sparked by the death of a prominent Palestinian Islamic Jihad member while on a hunger strike in an Israeli prison.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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Israel, Gaza terror groups reach ceasefire after major conflagration

Israel and Palestinian terror groups in the Gaza Strip reached a ceasefire agreement in the early hours of Wednesday, following a major conflagration in which more than 100 rockets were launched towards the Jewish state in under 24 hours.

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Iran will never get nukes, Kevin McCarthy tells the Knesset

In his address to the Knesset in Jerusalem on Monday, Rep. Kevin McCarthy, the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, reaffirmed America’s commitment that “Iran will never acquire nuclear weapons.”

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Israeli injured in Palestinian shooting attack in Samaria

An Israeli man was lightly wounded by shattered glass on Tuesday morning when a Palestinian terrorist opened fire on vehicles near the community of Avnei Hefetz, southeast of Tulkarem in Samaria.

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Rockets fired, terror groups warn ‘price to be paid’ as hunger-striking suspect dies

Four rockets were fired from Gaza on Tuesday morning as Israel readied for a potential escalation after a senior leader of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror group died in Israeli custody after an 86-day hunger strike.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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Pastor Hagee on first visit 45 years ago: ‘I arrived in Israel a tourist, and I left a Zionist’

As an 8-year-old boy, John Hagee sat at the kitchen table listening on the radio to the formation of the modern-day State of Israel in 1948. “Never did I think that I would one day stand in the holy city as a participant in history,” he told JNS. “I was simply awestruck.”

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Palestinian killed in Israeli counterterror raid in Jordan Valley

A Palestinian teenager was killed during an Israeli counterterrorism operation on Monday morning in Aqbat Jaber close to Jericho in the Jordan Valley.

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