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Netanyahu Tells Putin Israel Won’t Allow Iran a Foothold in Syria

"The prime minister maintained his position regarding Israel’s security and the non-acceptance of the Iranian forces’ consolidation in Syria," Putin's spokeswoman said.

 

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Rav Kook believed that just as in the Torah, Jacob and Esau and Isaac and Ishmael were eventually reconciled, so will Judaism, Christianity, and Islam be in future. They would not cease to be different, but they would learn to respect one another.

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