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Iran’s foreign minister in Saudi Arabia on first such trip in years as tensions ease

Iran’s foreign minister traveled to Saudi Arabia on Thursday, marking the first trip to the kingdom by Tehran’s top diplomat in years after the two nations reached a détente with Chinese mediation.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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Islamic Jihad gunman killed in clashes with Israeli forces in Jenin

An Islamic Jihad terrorist was killed and an Israeli soldier lightly wounded on Thursday morning during an arrest raid in Jenin, according to the Israel Defense Forces.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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US okays $3.5b sale of Arrow 3 system to Berlin

The United States has approved Israel’s sale of the Arrow 3 missile defense system to Germany, the Israeli Defense Ministry announced on Thursday.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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US sanctions Lebanese group aiding Hezbollah ‘under guise of environmental activism’

The United States imposed sanctions Wednesday on a Lebanese environmental organization it accused of being an arm of the Hezbollah terror group.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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Hamas and Islamic Jihad seen importing Gaza military tactics to the West Bank

Palestinian terror groups Hamas and Islamic Jihad have been exploiting the power vacuum in the northern West Bank to strengthen their military presence and replicate the fighting tactics against Israel that they developed in Gaza, according to a new report.

Read More: The Times of Israel

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Terrorist arrested, explosives seized after attack on IDF post

Israeli forces have arrested one member of the terror cell responsible for a drive-by shooting at a military post near Shechem (Nablus) in Samaria on Wednesday night.

Read More: Jewish News Syndicate

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Paraguay to return embassy to Jerusalem

Paraguay will move its embassy back to Jerusalem by the end of the year, bringing to five the number of countries with embassies in the capital, Israel’s Foreign Ministry announced on Wednesday.

Read More: Jewish News Syndicate

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Fatah moves closer to Palestinian Islamic Jihad in rare Gaza meeting

Leaders of the Iranian-backed Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and the ruling Fatah faction held a rare meeting in the Gaza Strip on Monday evening during which they discussed ways of strengthening bilateral relations between the two sides.

Read more: The Jerusalem Post

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Mini library at Holocaust memorial in Berlin torched in suspected antisemitic act

German police are investigating a fire that destroyed a public book box dedicated to Holocaust history near a memorial at the site from which tens of thousands of Jews were deported to concentration camps and death camps in 1941 and 1942.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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Nasrallah: Israel will cease to exist in a multi-front war

Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah said on Monday that Israel will cease to exist if conflict erupts with the Iran-backed terror groups surrounding the Jewish state.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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Palestinian terrorists launch rocket toward Samaria town

Israeli security forces on Tuesday found the remains of a rocket and launcher in Palestinian Authority territory on the outskirts of Jenin after what the IDF said was a failed attempt to fire the projectile.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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Tel Aviv terror victim’s corneas transplanted to two people

The corneas of an Israeli victim of terrorism were transplanted into patients on Sunday, Ichilov Hospital at Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center announced on Monday.

Read more: Jewish News Syndicate

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Report: Crashed Hezbollah truck estimated to have carried Iranian anti-tank missiles

Several days after a Hezbollah truck carrying ammunition overturned near Beirut, killing two people and sparking clashes with residents of a local Christian town, security sources reportedly estimated that the vehicle had been transporting anti-tank missiles sent from Iran.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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Iran close to testing nuclear weapons for first time – European intel

The Islamic Republic of Iran is close to possibly testing a nuclear weapons device and has sought to obtain illicit technology for its active atomic weapons program, according to a series of shocking European intelligence reports released in 2023.

Read more: The Jerusalem Post

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Shin Bet foils 9-man Hamas cell planning kidnapping of soldier in West Bank

The Shin Bet security agency on Monday said it foiled plans by a Hamas terror cell to kidnap a soldier and carry out shooting and bombing attacks in the West Bank.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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Lebanon at ‘point of no return’: Christian politician attacks Hezbollah

The head of the Christian Kataeb Party warned Thursday that Lebanon has reached “the point of no return” after Christian villagers clashed with members of Hezbollah in a village south of Beirut on Wednesday night.

Read more: The Jerusalem Post

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Palestinian trio indicted for seriously wounding man in Jerusalem terror stabbing

Three Palestinian teenagers were indicted Friday for seriously wounding an Israeli man during a recent terror stabbing in Jerusalem’s Gilo neighborhood.

Read more: The Times of Israel

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US-Iran prisoner swap said to be part of larger deal that addresses nuclear program

Israeli officials said a prisoner exchange deal announced Thursday between the US and Iran is part of a larger set of understandings between Tehran and Washington, who have been working toward an informal arrangement that would limit the Iranian nuclear program.

Read more: The Times of Israel