Israel Updates

A PLO spokesman threatened on Sunday that the Palestinian Authority will sever ties with “any country that will move or open its embassy to Jerusalem.”

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Police in Turkey says they have seized a 2,000-year-old Torah scroll in a coastal city 300 miles east of Istanbul.

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President Joe Biden’s nominee for USAID, Samantha Power, is facing tough questions at her confirmation hearing, especially over a controversial decision made during her tenure as U.N. Ambassador.

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Quoting intelligence sources from western countries, documentation shows Hezbollah ordered similar amounts to the ammonium nitrate that blew up on August 4 from Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard.

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Palestinian Authority television repeatedly broadcasted an educational series in early March highlighting the 1964 PLO charter calling for the destruction of Israel.

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Starting Tuesday, flights to Israel will be allowed from all destinations.

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Iran’s Defense Minister Amir Hatami threatened on Sunday to “raze” the cities of Tel Aviv and Haifa “to the ground” if Israel launches an attack against the Islamic Republic.

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Iran on Sunday rejected an offer to negotiate directly with the United States to revive the 2015 nuclear deal.

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani boasted on Wednesday that Iran’s “economy and centrifuges are spinning faster.”

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A plan to ship surplus vaccines to friendly nations is on hold as authorities examine whether PM Netanyahu has the authority to send them.

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