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Israeli Air Force Chief: We’re First to Use F-35s in Combat

Two weeks after the most extensive Israeli assault on Syria since the Yom Kippur War, Major General Norkin said, "The Adir planes are already operational and are flying operational missions."

Abbas Hospitalized with Pneumonia, Optimistic Ramallah Denying the Inevitable

Of course, what no Ramallah official would admit is the fact that once the chairman gives up the ghost, a civil war is sure to erupt in Judea and Samaria, among at least four private armies and the Hamas.

Ambassador Dayan: Relax, We’ll All Show Up for Times Square 70th Celebration

Dayan tweeted his calming message following news that Israeli security officials in New York had called on Israeli diplomats not to attend the Israel Independence ceremony scheduled for early next month in Times Square.

Shifting Sands? Democratic Party Grassroots Group Distances itself from Israel

A growing partisan divide was on display this week in reaction to the opening of the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem and two days of consecutive violence in the Gaza Strip. The question is: How far will one sector on the left continue to cause fissures?

Netanyahu Calls on Global Leaders to ‘Follow America’s Lead’ on Iran Sanctions (video)

Netanyahu told President Horacio Cartes that he’s joined U.S. President Trump, who has “changed policy in fundamental ways, not only on Jerusalem but also on Iran.

Arabs Fuming over Paraguay Embassy Move, Calling for ‘Punitive Measures’

Erekat said that the Palestinian Authority is already in contact with several allies to advance with the necessary diplomatic steps against the "recent illegal moving of the embassies of Paraguay, Guatemala, and the United States, to Jerusalem."

US Secy Mike Pompeo Says Iran Sanctions Will be Strongest Ever, Lists America’s Demands

“We will apply unprecedented financial pressure on the Iranian regime,” he said. “The leaders in Tehran will have no doubt about our seriousness."

Congratulations! Paraguay Opens Embassy in Jerusalem

This is the third foreign embassy to open in Jerusalem in a week.

Somebody Launched Rocket Attack on Iranian Cargo Shipment to Syria

A few hours earlier, the Bosphorous Observer reported that a large Syrian cargo plane left Tehran for Damascus.

It’s Tough to be a Leader of Hamas

Misery in Gaza is not in Israel’s interest. The problem is that Hamas has thus far shown no interest in such a transformation from Islamist terrorist group into responsible government of Gaza.

Doctors Say Health is ‘Reassuring’ After PA’s Abbas Hospitalized in Ramallah

Dr. Said Sarahneh said “the tests were necessary after the president's operation in his middle ear few days ago at the Istishari Hospital.”

NYC Public High School Offers ‘Moment of Silence’ for Dead Terrorists in Gaza

The only problem is, the students were being asked to honor a bunch of vicious terrorists who died while attempting to kill Israelis as “victims of violence in Gaza.”

Israel Bracing for Freaky Friday

Despite the high alert and the volatile atmosphere in Jerusalem, at present there is no intention to restrict the entry of Muslim worshipers to the Temple Mount, nor to screen the worshipers by age.

Egypt Opens Gaza’s Rafah Crossing for Ramadan, 45% of Gazans Want to Emigrate

Recent surveys show that most Gazans still support Hamas, so they aren't likely to use this opportunity to leave Gaza forever.

The Disintegration of American Jewry

Although right-wing racist anti-Semitism has made headlines, the real threat emanates from the viciously anti-Israeli and anti-Semitic Left and the growing numbers of Muslim extremists.

Former Shin Bet Chief: Economics, Clashes Have Left Hamas Weak, Tempers Frayed in Gaza

Air Force officials say they'll bar civilian pesticide spray planes from coming within six kilometers of the border after bullets from Gaza hit Sderot on Wednesday. Israeli farms say, “This means all our crops will be lost."

Israeli Intelligence Minister: Hamas Restored Calm to Gaza After Warnings From Egypt

“Haniyeh returned to Gaza, Hamas gave an order ... and miraculously, this spontaneous protest by a public that could not handle the situation any more dissipated.”

Israel, Panama Ink Free Trade Deal as Netanyahu Wraps Up Week of Unprecedented Success

Netanyahu: “Israel is a superpower in innovation and agriculture, while (Panama’s) administrative abilities are greater than ours. We can accomplish a lot together."

Erdoğan Renews Attacks, But Veteran Diplomat Stresses Long-Term Interests in Turkey Dispute

“You don’t get to choose your partners. My approach to diplomacy is to keep focusing on your goals."

Rabbi Riskin Confers Halachic Authority, Communal Leadership on 3 Orthodox Women

The title that was awarded the three women stops short of a rabbinic ordination, recognizing them instead as spiritual leaders and teachers of halacha.
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IDF’s New Drone Poops on Rioters

The baggies received their name from their similarity in shape and texture to a popular Israeli chocolate milk drink, sold in plastic baggies. It's bathroom humor, admittedly, but it helps reduce real casualties.

50 MKs Endorse Bill Recognizing Turkey’s Armenian Genocide

The bill is drawing support from Likud, Zionist Camp, Habayit Hayehudi, Shas and Meretz, as well as Knesset Speaker Edelstein.

Air Force Attacks Hamas Targets in Northern Gaza Strip

Four different targets were attacked in the Hamas military compound, including buildings and terror infrastructure.

Embassies to Jerusalem, the Dawn of a New Era

For years the West sheltered the Arabs from the consequences of their failed aggression against Israel. The Arabs actually benefited by losing. The relocation of the embassy signifies a major change.

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