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Fires started by Hamas-led rioters flying kite carrying fire bombs have consumed nearly 17,500 dunams — 7 square miles — of land and caused an estimated $1.4 million worth of damage to fields and forests in southern Israel, The Times of Israel reported Monday. For several weeks rioters have been attaching...

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When Syria ascended to the role of presidency of the United Nations Conference on Disarmament for one month on Monday, Robert Wood, the United States ambassador to the conference, called it “one of the darkest days in the history of the Conference on Disarmament.” The week at the U.N. did not get...

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The United States said that it will “unquestionably” veto a Kuwaiti-backed Security Council resolution that would ask the United Nations to recommend actions to be taken to provide “international protection” for the civilian population of Gaza, The Times of Israel reported Thursday. The Kuwaiti resolution is expected to come up for...

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After firing more than 110 rockets and mortars into Israel over two days, Gaza-based terror groups have apparently agreed to a ceasefire The New York Times reported Wednesday. Hamas, the terrorist group that exercises complete military and political control over Gaza, announced that it had returned to the Egyptian-brokered understandings...

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What happened More than 30 mortars and rockets were launched from the Gaza Strip by Palestinian terrorist groups towards Israeli communities on Tuesday with at least 25 intercepted by the Iron Dome missile defense system in the most severe military flare-up since Operation Protective Edge in 2014. “This is a...

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In the heaviest shelling of Israel from Gaza since the 2014 war with Hamas, terrorists fired more than 28 mortars into Israel, with one landing next to a kindergarten, before the school day started, The New York Times reported Tuesday. This morning, nearly 30 rockets were fired by Palestinian terrorists from...

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After the deadly Hamas-led riots last week at the Gaza Strip’s border with Israel, Gazans were asking of Hamas, the terrorist group that rules Gaza, what it had accomplished by ratcheting up the violence. One young man told The New York Times that nothing was accomplished by the violence, adding,...

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A picture of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas at the hospital, apparently published to quell concerns about his health, shows the leader reading a newspaper with an anti-Israel cartoon, The Times of Israel reported Tuesday. While Abbas appears to be reading one side of the paper, there is a cartoon...

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On April 7, The New York Times called the Hamas-led weekly riots at Israel’s border fence “a tentative experiment with nonviolent protest.” A week later, the Times noted the incongruity of Ismail Haniyeh, the leader of Hamas, a terrorist group known for using “suicide bombs, rockets and attack tunnels” to attack Israel, standing...

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Following the deaths of a reported 62 rioters, 50 of whom were claimed as members of Hamas, during riots on Monday, the United Nations Human Rights Council voted to initiate an investigation into the killing of the rioters by Israeli forces, The Times of Israel reported Friday. Twenty-nine council members voted for the...

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