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Shimon Peres ‘Drastically Deteriorating’

Shimon Peres ‘Drastically Deteriorating’

Today’s Top Stories 1. Shortly before this roundup was published, Israeli media reported that “the medical status of former President Shimon Peres has drastically deteriorated,” and that “the neurological damage to the former president is irreversible.” The 93-year-old Peres was hospitalized two weeks ago after suffering a major stroke. Developing . . . 2. Turkey’s Jews

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Terror Surge Shatters Weekend

Today’s Top Stories 1. The weekend saw a spike in Palestinian terror attacks. See below for a roundup of what happened and what the commentaries are saying. 2. Israel recently confirmed it will allow a delegation from the International Criminal Court to visit to assess whether the country could be put on trial for alleged war

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Israel, US Agree on $38B Military Aid Package

Today’s Top Stories 1. After months of negotiations, Israel and the US agreed on a new memorandum of understanding (MOU) governing the next decade of US military aid to Israel. Reuters reports the 10-year package is worth $38 billion, “representing the biggest pledge of US military assistance ever made to any country.” Haaretz adds that Israel’s

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Hezbollah Claims It Sent Drone Over Israel

Today’s Top Stories 1. Hezbollah claimed it sent the unmanned aerial vehicle that flew over Israeli airspace yesterday. Two Patriots missiles and an air-to-air missile failed to bring down the drone, which returned to Syria unharmed. Hezbollah claimed the drone was sent to photograph IDF maneuvers in the Golan. More at the Times of Israel and Defense

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Saudis Buying Israeli Drones Via South Africa?

Today’s Top Stories 1. Are the Saudis purchasing Israeli drones through South Africa? 2. Egypt reportedly destroyed a 3 km-long Hamas tunnel containing mortars, engineering equipment, and generators. YNet notes why the discovery’s timing came at a very awkward time for Hamas: This tunnel was found as an additional round of talks between a Hamas

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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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US and UK Hacked Israeli Drones

Today’s Top Stories 1. France’s Foreign Minister threatened that Paris will recognize Palestine as a state if its efforts to revive Mideast peace talks fail. You can imagine what happened next: Israel rejected the ultimatum: Israeli officials explained that the objection to the French initiative comes from the fact it comes in the form of a threat

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Israeli Killed in Stabbing Attack

Today’s Top Stories 1. An Israeli woman was killed by two Palestinian terrorists in a stabbing attack outside a market in the Beit Horon settlement last night. A 58-year-old woman was also injured in the attack. Both Palestinians were shot and killed by a security guard. Several home-made pipe bombs that failed to explode were found

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Sudan Mulling Improving Ties With Israel?

Today’s Top Stories 1. As Khartoum inches towards the moderate Sunni camp, could Sudan start improving ties with Israel? YNet and the Times of Israel picked up on comments by Sudanese Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour: “The matter of normalized relations with Israel is something that can be looked into,” Ghandour said during a convention in

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Terrorist Stabs Israeli Woman to Death in Her Home

Today’s Top Stories 1. Israel laid to rest Dafna Meir, who was stabbed to death in her home in the settlement of Otniel, near Hebron. Meir, a nurse, was a mother of six, including two foster children. Security forces are still searching for the killer. Police suspect Meir’s killer who had permission to work in Otniel.

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