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Saudi Jet Crashes near Jordan Killing Both Pilots

This model offers the latest cockpit and training system modifications to help Saudi pilots transition to the Eurofighter Typhoon combat jet.

As Egyptian Delegation Leaves Gaza, Hamas Remains Defiant

Come Friday, all hell should break loose around 2 PM, when the mosques in Gaza let people out.

IDF Chief Spoke in DC with his Counterparts from Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan

The Israeli and Saudi military leaders discussed the Iranian issue, about which their views are similar.

US Imposes More Sanctions, Adds Iranian Paramilitary Force to Global Terror List

Basij recruitment efforts include the training of Iranian children as fighters for the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps-Qods Force, who then deploy to Syria to support the brutal Assad regime.
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Germany Releases, Deports Moroccan 9/11 Accomplice

It took more than five years of trials and appeals for German prosecutors to finally convict Motassadeq in 2007.

Quneitra Crossing Officially Reopens for Business

Members of UNDOF used the crossing primarily for moving between the two countries; which is how it will be used now.

Saudi Stocks Dive 7% over Trump’s Threat in Khashoggi Disappearance

"As of this moment, they deny it, and they deny it vehemently. Could it be them? Yes," Trump said.

Tehran U. Professor: Iran’s Situation Will Improve following Nov. 4 Sanctions

"After November 4, there won’t be a catastrophe, and as a result a state of peace will prevail."

Quneitra Crossing to Reopen Monday

U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley warned that all parties “must abide by the 1974 agreement and keep any military forces other than UN peacekeepers out of the area.”
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What We Know About the Missing Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi

Turkish officials say a team of alleged Saudi assassins probably killed a Saudi journalist in Istanbul.

Jewish Republicans Celebrate $1 Million N. Dakota Race Boost to Candidate Who Wasn’t Really...

The Republican Jewish Coalition has terminated its $1 million television and digital ad campaign in North Dakota, and declared victory "given the dramatic shift in the race."

US Applauds Extradition of Iranian Diplomat for Role in Paris Terrorist Plot

A week ago, French officials blamed Iran's ministry of intelligence for a plot to bomb a rally of Iranian opposition groups in Paris on June 30.

Russian FM: Any Change In Status Of Golan Heights Would Be Violation Of Int’l...

Tensions between Russia and Israel has increased ever since the Syrians shot down a Russian plane.

Qatari Fuel Arrives at Gaza Border Crossing

The Palestinian Authority may not let the fuel trucks into Gaza.

Israel’s Supreme Court Reduces Sentence for Druze Spy

In August 2012, Makat was released from prison after serving 27 years for previous security offenses.

Iranian Official Tells Netanyahu: ‘Practice swimming’

Brigadier-General Hossein Salami, the second-in-command of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, on Sunday told his troops: "Netanyahu should know that there is no way...

Netanyahu: Israel on Golan Heights is Guarantee for Stability in Surrounding Area

"Israel on the Golan Heights is a fact that the international community must recognize, and as long as it depends on me the Golan Heights will always remain under Israeli sovereignty."

Israeli Public Broadcaster Opts Out of Soccer Deal that Excludes the Settlements

Benjamin Netanyahu has been reluctant to establish Israeli sovereignty in the liberated territories, so complaints regarding the broadcasts should be addressed to him.

Accusing Abbas of Derailing Gaza Talks, Egypt May End Mediation

Egyptian intelligence officials are considering withdrawing from the delicate diplomatic efforts to restore calm to the Gaza Strip and to mediate inter-Palestinian reconciliation.

Netanyahu to Meet with Putin in Coming Days

The two men will meet to continue what Netanyahu called “the important security consultations between the armies.”
Power plant in Nuseirat, Gaza

Qatar Funding Fuel to Gaza Via Israel, Skipping Past Palestinian Authority

Qatar sent Israel – via the United Nations – enough money for six months’ worth of increased fuel for Gaza’s power plant.

Rivlin to Merkel: We Must Starve the Iranian Monster, Not Feed It

Merkel said, “Germany has an uncompromising commitment to Israel, both because of our pasts but also because Israel is the only and strongest democracy in the region."

Former IAF Senior Officer: ‘As Soon As the S-300 System Decides to Attack, We...

"Throughout my life, new missiles have entered the scene and we found a solution."

Moscow Hopes Israel Will ‘Exercise Good Judgment’ When Facing S-300 Air Defense Systems

Defense Minister Vershinin noted that in 2013, Russia heeded Israel's wishes and suspended deliveries of the S-300 to Syria, but now the situation has changed, "and not through the fault of Russia."

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