The senator from Vermont accused Trump of “using false allegations” of anti-Semitism to make the U.S.-Israel relationship a divisive issue.
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The Israel Defense Forces has come to use the increasingly powerful simulations as a key tool for military planning, factoring in field data about combat arenas on land, at sea and in the air.
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“We selected the image because we thought it depicted both parties, the Democrats and the Republicans, their uncritical support for the State of Israel, as well as their shared antagonism towards the BDS movement,” said Palestine Solidarity Committee president Bryce Greene.
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"It begs the question, what else is Iran hiding? All of this underscores the need for a complete and more thorough accounting of Iran’s nuclear past," said Behnam Taleblu, a senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.
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In 2009, BBC Wildlife Magazine named the Hula Valley one of the top 10 “most outstanding sites in the world for nature observation and photography.”
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“The regime’s use of violence against innocent civilians anywhere is inhumane, uncivilized and unacceptable,” said Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) prior to a Washington visit by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
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“We have an outstanding interest in keeping the peace agreement due to the fact that we have our longest border with Jordan and given the short distance from the border to the Mediterranean Sea,” said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
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“The footprint will be small, but the objective will remain the same: the enduring defeat of ISIS,” said Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, on ABC’s “This Week.”
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The conference will take place in Southern Florida from Dec. 5-8 and is expected to draw nearly 4,000 attendees from around the world.
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Menachem Mendel Deitsch fell into a coma after being assaulted and robbed in Zhytomyr, Ukraine in October 2016, dying six months later in Jerusalem.
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“It’s the foxes guarding the chickens” says UN Watch director after delegates to U.N. review session on Tehran’s human rights record overwhelmingly applaud the Islamic Republic.
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Opting to skip the usual formalities, Israel’s 20th defense minister Naftali Bennett says he wants to “get to work right away addressing the serious challenges that lay ahead.”
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calls for “an immediate halt to violence against security forces,” says soldiers and police “must be allowed to carry out their work.”
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New field increases Iran’s proven reserves by more than a third, says Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, and is “a small gift by the government to the people of Iran.”
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The Islamic Republic is producing uranium enriched to 5%, but has the capacity to enrich to “5%, 20% and 60%” says Atomic Energy Organization of Iran spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi.
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Israeli Foreign Ministry hails the opening of the contested Roman-era site as the result of “long and strenuous” negotiations with France, which has owned the site since the late 19th century.
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Yisrael Beiteinu leader Avigdor Lieberman's threat to join a Blue and White-led minority government with Arab parties is “highly implausible,” says Likud official.
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Israel Security Agency Director Nadav Argaman credits the agency’s success to its people, cutting-edge technology and collaboration with local and global security forces.
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“To effectively combat anti-Semitism requires leaders who are willing to speak out and take action against the persistent hatred of Jews,” said AJC CEO David Harris.
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“Young students of all backgrounds—Jewish, Muslim, Christian, Israelis, Palestinian Arabs and foreigners—will learn the holy work of medicine to help all of humanity. And by doing so, they will show the world that the modern country of Israel continues to be a light unto the nations,” said Dr. Miriam Adelson.
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