With the longevity of Arab leaders who pay official visits to the Knesset in Jerusalem set at about four years, one could read Kara's tweet to be on the morbid side.
The UN labeled the incident the “largest seizure of ammunition in the history of sanctions against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.”
It appears that in order to revoke an ancient law such as the fast of Tamuz 17, there really has to be a major consensus among all of us that the time of joy and gladness is here again.
Marine life in the Mediterranean Sea is being harmed by non-indigenous species from the Suez Canal, according to researchers from Tel Aviv University. The damage may be irreversible.
Israeli subs can hit anywhere in Iran should the need arise, including with nuclear warheads.
IDF okays Egypt's heavy arms in Sinai. Al-Sisi claims it is in total control over the Sinai.
If Iran blocks Bab-el-Mandeb, it would be an economic nuclear bomb for Egypt.
Israel has never invoked the agreement, but Israel sources say that its importance lies in its very existence.
Critics say the line may endanger coral reefs off the southern coast in the Gulf of Aqaba near Eilat.
The crisis in Port Said has exposed deep problems in Egypt's political system.
The U.S. is being made to look weak in Egypt, and is actually acting weak with allies and foes alike.
According to Al-Ahram, two Egyptians were offered 50 million Egyptian pounds by Iranian agents to attack an Israeli ship in the Suez Canal.
This week's The Way We Were feature (page 75) takes a look at the issue of The Jewish Press published during the first week of the Yom Kippur War. The headline on that week's front page became something of a legend - and not in a positive way.
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