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Israel’s most intense storm of the season peaked Friday 5 January, with gusts reaching 100 kilometers an hour and flooding expected in towns from the northern Galilee to the Negev desert.

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In predawn hours Tuesday, after impassioned speeches both for and against, Israel’s Knesset voted passage of a “United Jerusalem Bill.”

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Protests have swept Iran in the last few days leading to clashes with security forces and the first protester deaths, as reported on 30 Dec. 2017..

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Since Guatemala’s announcement this week that it will follow the US and move its embassy to Jerusalem, at least 10 more countries are in talks with the Israelis about doing the same.

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Guatemala’s president announced on Christmas Eve that the Central American country will move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, becoming the first nation to follow the lead of US President Donald Trump in ordering the change.

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With Israel apparently approaching a fifth consecutive dry year, the Sea of Galilee has dropped to dangerously low levels and will be replenished with desalinated water, Water Authority officials have announced.

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According to Arab media, Israel has increased the frequency of its military activity in Syria, specifically, to prevent Iran from gaining a permanent foothold in the country.

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As we get ready to move into 2018, I wanted to share four prayers on my heart for the new year so you can join me in lifting them up.

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Palestinian terrorists operating out of the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip fired four rockets at southern Israel on 13 Dec. 2017, but all they managed to damage was one of their own UN-run schools.

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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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