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US may weigh-in on PLO terror support lawsuit

Posted by ynetrss 9 hours ago Israel General News| us weighin plo terror support lawsuit All
http://www.ynetnews.com — US Justice Department considering possible role in civil lawsuit in which 10 American families of terror victims won punitive damages amounting to $655 million against PLO, PA. Read More
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The Nuclear Deal Fallout

Posted by JCOPrss 21 hours ago Jewish World News| the nuclear deal fallout All
http://www.the-american-interest.com — (American Interest) Walter Russell Mead - Is the nuclear deal just the first act in a longer drama of retreat, retrenchment, and accommodation as the U.S. hands the keys of the Persian Gulf to our new Shi'a friends? The appeasers, sorry, the accommodationists argue that if we are too tough on Iran now, they will walk away from the nuclear deal, and the U.S. will be face to face with the stark cho Read More
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Aerial Photos from 1999 and 2013 of the Arab Encampment near Susiya

Posted by JCOPrss 21 hours ago Jewish World News| aerial photos arab encampment susiya All
http://s1252.photobucket.com — (Regavim) Aerial photographs testify that in this place, there never was any settlement before the year 2000. At present, there are 64 structures in the encampment, 85% of which were put up between 2011 and 2013. Read More
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Hamas Summer Camp Trains 25,000 Gazans as Fighters

Posted by JCOPrss 21 hours ago Jewish World News| hamas summer camp trains gazans fighters All
http://www.ynetnews.com — (Ynet News) Hamas opened its new Gaza summer camp on Saturday, aiming to provide basic combat training for 25,000 Palestinians. "The goal of these military training camps is to train the vanguard for liberation: spiritually, intellectually and physically, to be ready and able to play its role in liberation," said a statement by Hamas' military wing. Participants, aged 15-60, will be "trained in m Read More
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Turkey Riles U.S. Ally in Fight Against Jihadists

Posted by JCOPrss 21 hours ago Jewish World News| turkey riles us ally fight jihadists All
https://www.google.com — (Wall Street Journal) Emre Peker and Ayla Albayrak - The Kurds' People's Defense Units (YPG), a Syrian group that has emerged as the most effective U.S. partner in the fight against ISIS, accused Turkey on Monday of shelling their positions, a sign of the difficulties Ankara and the U.S. face as they boost cooperation to fight Islamic State militants. U.S. jets backed YPG units with airstrikes o Read More
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Poll: Majority Wants Congress to Reject Iran Deal

Posted by JCOPrss 21 hours ago Jewish World News| poll majority congress reject iran deal All
http://edition.cnn.com — (CNN) Jennifer Agiesta - A majority of Americans want Congress to reject the recently-negotiated nuclear deal with Iran. 52% say Congress should reject the deal, while 44% say it should be approved, according to a new CNN/ORC poll conducted on July 22-25. Read More
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Legally, Many Important Iran Sanctions Cannot Be Waived

Posted by JCOPrss 1 day 21 hours ago Jewish World News| legally important iran sanctions waived All
https://www.google.com — (Wall Street Journal) David B. Rivkin Jr. and Lee A. Casey - Some of the U.S. statutes on Iran allow the president to lift certain sanctions. But many of the most important sanctions - including sanctions against Iran's central bank - cannot be waived unless the president certifies that Iran has stopped its ballistic-missile program, ceased money-laundering and no longer sponsors international te Read More
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Bahrain Disrupts Bid to Smuggle High-Grade Explosives

Posted by JCOPrss 1 day 21 hours ago Jewish World News| bahrain disrupts bid smuggle highgrade explosives All
http://www.reuters.com — (Reuters) William Maclean - Bahrain authorities have disrupted an attempt to smuggle 44 kg. of high-grade C4 explosives and automatic weapons into the country by sea and have arrested two Bahraini suspects, the Interior Ministry said. The two suspects admitted receiving the shipment from Iranian handlers, and that one of the two had received military training in Iran. Read More
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