Israel Updates

Israel will not allow Iran and its proxies to take over areas vacated by the ISIS group, PM Binyamin Netanyahu made clear on Sunday.

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The Israeli army said this week that Israel will accelerate a project to build a giant underground wall around Gaza to block tunnels that could be used for attacks.

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Archaeologists digging in modern-day Israel believe they have found the settlement where three of Yeshua’s apostles made their homes.

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The US Senate Foreign Relations Committee last week passed the Taylor Force Act.

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A leaked recording showed Kushner to be supportive of Israel and PM Netanyahu in all aspects of the Temple Mount and Jordan embassy issues.

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Mahmoud Abbas  did not instigate the Temple Mount violence, but Abbas also did not stop the escalations in tensions afterwards.

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Tensions have partially dissipated in Jerusalem and Judea & Samaria, following a weekend of clashes between Muslim worshipers and Israeli security forces over the ongoing Temple Mount/Al-Aqsa Mosque crisis.

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UNESCO’s executive board formally adopted a controversial measure on Tuesday which Israel has said denies the historic Jewish connection to holy sites in Jerusalem.

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A deadly shooting at Israel’s embassy in Jordan further complicated Israeli government efforts to find a way out of an crisis over a major Jerusalem shrine.

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Israel’s Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman visited the site of Friday’s attack in the settlement of Halamish, which claimed the lives of three Israelis, and said Israel was demanding prompt condemnation of the attack by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.

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