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Are Sinai Peacekeepers Retreating From ISIS or Redeploying?

Are Sinai Peacekeepers Retreating From ISIS or Redeploying?

Today’s Top Stories 1. The Obama administration is discussing with Egypt and Israel the possibility of significantly redeploying US and international peacekeepers in the Sinai because of the growing threat posed by Islamic State. Many of the approximately 1,700 monitors from 12 countries would be relocated the southern Sinai. CNN, which broke the story, reports:

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Israel Halts Cement Deliveries to Gaza Over Hamas Theft

Today’s Top Stories 1. Fed up with Hamas stealing cement for Gaza reconstruction, Israel suspended deliveries of building materials to the Strip. Israel placed tight restrictions on construction material to prevent Hamas from rebuilding its tunnel network; Hamas, however, has managed to obtain the goods. More on the story at the Jerusalem Post and Times

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Egypt Discovers ‘Enormous’ Gaza Tunnels

Today’s Top Stories 1. Egypt discovered massive tunnels from Gaza into the Sinai large enough to drive trucks through. They’re unusually long too, which has the IDF concerned. YNet explains: These enormous tunnels, some of which stretch for over three kilometers, are designed to traverse the security zone Egypt set up between the border with

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Is White House Preparing New Peace Push?

Today’s Top Stories 1. The White House is preparing to jump-start Israeli-Palestinian peace talks before the end of Barack Obama’s presidency, according to the Wall St. Journal (click via Google News). Options reportedly being weighed include offering a blueprint for talks, US support for a UN Security Council resolution, a speech or joint statement with

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Russia Freezes Iranian Arms Transfers After Israeli Intel Tip

Today’s Top Stories 1. Russia reportedly suspended the transfer of S-300 surface-to-air missiles to Iran after Israeli intelligence tipped off Moscow that Tehran broke a pledge not to transfer sophisticated weapons to Hezbollah. A senior source told the newspaper that the Russian leader elected to punish the Iranian regime after Israel supplied him with clear-cut

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Gulf States Label Hezbollah a Terror Group

Today’s Top Stories 1. Turkey now demands Israeli weapons sales as a condition for re-normalizing ties, according to Arab reports picked up by the Jerusalem Post. Israeli officials are reportedly demanding to know if the sought-after aerial drones and other equipment will be used against Kurdish rebels. 2. The Gulf state monarchies branded Hezbollah as

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Russia Using Israeli Drones in Syria?

Today’s Top Stories 1. Egyptian MP Tawfik Okasha was attacked in parliament for hosting Israel’s ambassador, Haim Koren, for dinner. If you’re wondering what Okasha and Koren discussed, Reuters reports: Koren confirmed to Reuters that he and his staff had a three-hour dinner meeting at the Egyptian lawmaker’s home on Wednesday evening.   “He proposed

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Hezbollah Seeking Base in Cuba

Today’s Top Stories 1. According to the latest batch of Hillary Clinton emails released by the State Department, Hezbollah seeks to establish a base in Cuba from which it can attack Israeli targets in Latin America. Meanwhile, the Jerusalem Post responded to an attack in other Clinton e-mails calling the paper a ‘Likud organ.’ 2.

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Hezbollah’s Secret Prisons in Syria Creating Rift With Assad?

Today’s Top Stories 1. Israel buried Tuvia Weissman, who was stabbed in a West Bank supermarket by two 14-year-old Palestinians. A second man hospitalized with stab wounds is listed in moderate and stable condition. Both Palestinians were shot by an armed civilian. One died of his wounds, the other is hospitalized. The 21-year-old Weissman, who

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Nasrallah: Rockets on Haifa Chemical Facility Would Be Nuclear-Like

Today’s Top Stories 1. Israeli police apologized for detaining Washington Post reporter William Booth yesterday while he was interviewing people at Damascus Gate: The police defended the initial detention, but apologized for any distress caused. “The clarification [of what happened] was required in light of the information given to the officers, which turned out to

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