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The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) must undergo significant reform to advance the chances of peace between Israel and the Palestinians, Joshua S. Block, CEO and President of The Israel Project, wrote in an op-ed published by The Algemeiner on Tuesday. “This issue is not a matter...

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Israel’s internal security service, the Shin Bet, broke up a Hamas operation in the West Bank City of Hebron, The Jerusalem Post reported Tuesday. The Shin Bet charged that the ring, which was headed by Nizar Shehadeh and Faras Abu Sharah, both described as “senior Hamas operatives,” who had been...

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Fatah and Hamas, the two dominant Palestinian factions, are unable to agree on reconciliation or even on a truce agreement with Israel that could improve conditions for residents of Gaza, The Jerusalem Post reported Tuesday. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who also is head of the Fatah party, objects to...

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The United States announced that it would cut $200 million in annual aid from the Palestinian Authority (PA), The Jerusalem Post reported Friday. The impetus for reducing the aid, according to a State Department spokesman, was the result of a review “to ensure these funds are spent in accordance with...

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Because terrorists use human shields to protect themselves or cause civilian casualties “without facing consequences,” it is imperative that “terrorists and their sponsoring regimes must be held accountable for their brutal practice of using civilians as human shields,” argued two experts in an op-ed published Wednesday in The Wall Street...

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The United States Department of Justice announced the indictment of two men for spying on Jewish organizations and anti-regime activists, The Chicago Tribune reported Monday. In the indictment, Ahmadreza Mohammadi Doostdar, a dual U.S.-Iranian citizen, and Majid Ghorbani, an Iranian citizen and resident of California, were charged with acting as...

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A United Nations report found that although the threat of ISIS has diminished, as the terror group is transitioning from “a proto-State network to a covert network,” al Qaeda is newly resurgent with support from Iran, Fox News reported Wednesday. According to the report, though ISIS has largely been defeated...

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Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman on Wednesday called on residents of the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip to maintain the relative quiet along the border with Israel that has been in place this week, The Times of Israel reported. Liberman made the comments hours after Israel reopened the main cargo crossing into...

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The United States Congress approved new legislation that would force foreign-owned media organizations, such as Qatar’s Al Jazeera, to register as a foreign agent under U.S. regulations. The National Defense Authorization Act has now been signed into law by President Donald Trump, which will require the federal government to more...

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Four incendiary terror-kites landed in southern Israel on Tuesday, as Israeli defense officials mulled over easing restrictions on the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip, after days of calm following an uptick in violence last week. The Times of Israel reported that, according to local government sources, four arson balloons with incendiary devices...

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