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Jihadi Rebels Abduct UN Observers Along Israeli Border

Jihadi Rebels Abduct UN Observers Along Israeli Border

Today’s Top Stories 1. Nabil Shaath described to Maan News the PLO’s diplomatic offensive against Israel: On Sept. 15, the Palestinians will ask the UN Security Council to set a timetable for an Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank. If that request is denied, the PLO will take their case to the International Criminal Court

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Al Nusra Front Captures Israel-Syria Border Crossing

Today’s Top Stories 1. Israel and Hamas agreed to an ambiguous open-ended ceasefire. It’s hard to say if it’ll hold, but here’s one indication that it might: Terror leaders like Hamas’s Mahmoud Zahar and Islamic Jihad’s Mohammed al-Hindi appeared in public for the first time since the crisis began. 2. The Al-Qaeda affiliated Al Nusra Front

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Hamas Plot to Topple Palestinian Authority Busted

Today’s Top Stories 1. The Shin Bet busted a Hamas plot to topple the Palestinian Authority. Jerusalem Post reports: The plot was orchestrated by the Hamas overseas headquarters located in Turkey, and centered on a string of mass casualty terror attacks on Israeli targets, the Shin Bet added.   The end goal was to destabilize the Palestinian territories

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Gaza Conflict Day 28: Israeli Cabinet Rules Out Truce Negotiations

Today’s Top Stories 1. An IDF soldier, 2nd Lt. Hadar Goldin, was kidnapped and declared dead by the army. during Friday’s ceasefire. The Jerusalem Post fills in details of the attack during Friday’s ceasefire that led to his demise. Goldin lived for some time in the UK, though it’s not yet clear if he has

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Gaza Conflict Day 8: Hamas Rockets Wreck Ceasefire Initiative

Today’s Top Stories 1. Hamas rejected an Egyptian ceasefire initiative which Israel accepted this morning. A break in IDF air strikes to give peace a chance was met with continued Palestinian rocket fire, forcing Israel to resume operations. The truce was backed by the Arab League, the Palestinian Authority (with a twist), and the White House. According

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