Tough Day for Jihad Bosses: Akram Ajuri Assassinated in Damascus

The attack in Damascus coincided with a Tuesday morning IDF attack in Gaza that killed another Islamic Jihad leader, Baha Abu Al-Ata

Rouhani Announces Discovery of New Iranian Oil Field

At present, Iran says it possesses some 150 billion barrels of proven crude oil reserves.

Tension Mounting as Israeli Farmer Cross Jordanian Border to Work their Fields

31 Jewish farmers cultivate 370 acres in the enclave. This is their source of livelihood and their future is invested there.

France Steps in to Help Solve Lebanese Crisis

The World Bank has warned this week that Lebanon's failure to quickly form a government that meets protesters' demands would likely cause an even faster failure of the local economy.

US Rejects Jordan’s Refusal to Extradite Wanted Terrorist Ahlam Tamimi

A report could lead to increased pressure by the White House on Jordan to extradite Ahlam Tamimi to the US. Tamimi played a major role in the 2001 Sbarro pizzeria bombing in Jerusalem that caused the deaths of 15 people, including two Americans, .

Jordan Refuses Israel’s Request to Extend Land Lease in Naharayim, Arava for Jewish Farmers...

Safadi reportedly made it clear to Ben-Shabbat that there will no longer be any agreement between the two governments regarding the lands.

Pompeo Urges World to Beware of Iran’s ‘Nuclear Extortion’

“Iran’s expansion of proliferation-sensitive activities raises concerns that Iran is positioning itself to have the option of a rapid nuclear breakout.”

Netanyahu Praises IAEA for Quick Response to Iran’s Refusal to Cooperate with Nuclear Deal

“Iran continues to hide its nuclear program and continues to renew uranium enrichment for the purpose of producing nuclear weapons.”

Deputy FM Hotovely: Israel Actively Helping the Kurds

Israel has “a vested interest in maintaining the Kurds’ and other minorities’ power in the northern Syria region as moderate and pro-Western elements who have proven their value many times over the years.

Report: Iran Briefly Detained IAEA Inspector, Seized Her Travel Documents

The incident took place at the Natanz nuclear enrichment facility, according to a diplomat.

Netanyahu, Israeli Tech Minister Greet Winning Team in Dubai Robotics Contest

The Israeli team won silver after the preliminary stages with the highest points ranking, and a special prize for its assistance to other groups as well.

Iran Begins Injecting Uranium Gas into Centrifuges at Fordow

The JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) nuclear deal signed by Iran with world powers in 2015 bans nuclear material from Fordow.

Israel’s Support for Iraqi Demonstrations Warmly Welcomed by Protestors

Hundreds of people have been killed during the protests, many by Iran-backed Sh'ite militias operating in the country.

Netanyahu: ‘For the Future of the Middle East and the World’ Israel Will Not...

Iran announced that the country will start production of 5% enriched uranium at the Fordo plant on Wednesday.

Report: Russia Seized David’s Sling Interceptor Missile

It was the first time the IDF used the David's Sling, which is apparently being inspected somewhere in Russia as you're reading this report.

IDF Head of Operations: Expect Iranians Quality Attack on Israel

The IDF has been engaged in an all-out war against the Finance Ministry.

Jordan to Return Ambassador to Israel in Exchange for 2 Security Prisoners

An agreement was reached with Amman to transfer the two arrested Jordanians in Israel to Jordan's security forces.

In Further Withdrawal from Nuclear Pact Iran Adds 30 High-Speed Centrifuges

“Thanks to the pressure of world major powers, we are able to easily manufacture the best centrifuges.”

Report: Saudi Arabia Cuts All Ties with Hamas

The Saudis reportedly made the announcement in a meeting with the United Nations’ Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Nickolay Mladenov.

Iran Celebrates 40th Anniversary of US Embassy Takeover; ‘Broke Washington’s Fictitious Grandeur’

"The takeover of the US embassy 40 years ago, on November 4, 1979, destroyed Washington’s fictitious grandeur."

In Slap to Hezbollah, Trump Halts Aid to Lebanese Army, Ignoring Congress, State Dept.,...

Israel has asked the US and its NATO allies to condition aid to Lebanon on shutting down Hezbollah’s missile accuracy project in south Lebanon.

Twitter Suspends Accounts of Hezbollah and Hamas

Twitter’s decision to suspend accounts affiliated with terror organizations came after a bipartisan group of US Congressmen last week demanded the removal of all accounts affiliated with Hezbollah and Hamas

Banks Reopen in Lebanon

Customers discovered, however, there were new limits on some of their transactions.

Hariri Sets Conditions for Return to Lead New Lebanese Government

The problem, however, is that it takes months in Lebanon to form a coalition government; last time, it took Hariri nine months to do it.

Israeli Delegation to Showcase Agricultural Innovation in Dubai

All countries “without exception” were welcome to attend.

Lebanon’s President Asking PM Hariri to Stay On as Protests Continue

Lebanese financial institutions plan to reopen on Friday and brace themselves for a certain run on the banks.

Erdogan Ally Ilhan Omar Abstains on Armenian Genocide Resolution

Remember Omar's notorious "Benjamins" tweet, and her other tweet, about the dual loyalties of American Jews?

Jordan Arrests Israeli Citizen ‘Infiltrating’ Border along the Jordan River

An hour earlier, Jordan recalled its Ambassador over the detention of two citizens arrested by Israel at the Allenby Crossing for suspected "serious security crimes."

Jordan Recalls Ambassador to Israel for Consultations Following Administrative Detention of 2 Citizens

Jordan said it would take “all legal and diplomatic measures to ensure their safe return home.”


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