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The Halakhic Argument for Reproductive Justice – Harvard Political Review

| June 19, 2022

This article is a part of the HPR Jewish American Heritage Month Collection and represents the independent perspective of the author.

Gaza rocket into Israel breaks 2-month lull, Israel responds – NPR

| June 19, 2022

Supporters of Mohammed el-Halabi hold a Palestinian flag and placards as protesters wave Israeli flags, outside the district court in the southern Israeli city of Beersheba, Wednesday, June 15, 2022. Tsafrir Abayov/AP hide caption Supporters of Mohammed el-Halabi hold a Palestinian flag and placards as protesters wave Israeli flags, outside the district court in the southern Israeli city of Beersheba, Wednesday, June 15, 2022. JERUSALEM Palestinian militants fired a rocket into southern Israel early Saturday, shattering a two-month lull in violence at the Gaza-Israel border in contrast to soaring tensions in the occupied West Bank

After a Year in Office, What Has Israels Change Government Changed? – The New Yorker

| June 19, 2022

Israels improbable change government has been in power exactly one year this week, a landmark that is primarily a tribute to how its various leaders contempt for former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu marginally exceeds their antipathy for one another.

Palestinians urge Israel to hand over gun in Abu Akleh case – Al-Monitor

| June 19, 2022

The Palestinian Authority on Sunday called on Israel to hand over the gun that allegedly fired the shot which killed Al Jazeera reporter Shireen Abu Akleh.

IDF arrests 7 after group of Palestinians attacks Israeli in West Bank – The Times of Israel

| June 19, 2022

A group of over 20 Palestinians attacked an Israeli man in the Jordan Valley in the West Bank on Saturday with clubs and stones.

Elbit unveils new armed robotic vehicle that Israel will test in 2023 – DefenseNews.com

| June 19, 2022

JERUSALEM Israel will next year begin testing an unmanned combat vehicle armed with a 30mm autonomous turret, the Defense Ministry announced Monday in a news release. The unveiling of the Medium Robotic Combat Vehicle comes in the wake of Israel announcing it is acquiring the Negeva combat vehicle for its special forces from Israel Aerospace Industries, and as the country takes delivery of the first Eitan armored personnel carrier for its Nahal brigade. The acquisitions are part of Israels focus on artificial intelligence and other autonomous technologies

Govt person talks of considering potential ties with Israel – Daily Minute Mirror

| June 19, 2022

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Senator Saleem Mandviwalla on Saturday said Pakistan must reassess its ties with Israel and take the deal that is in its own interest. Pakistan does not recognise Israel and, therefore, doesnt have diplomatic relations with it. The country has been a staunch supporter of demands for a Palestinian state.

U.S. Coordinated with Israel on Syria Strikes – 19FortyFive

| June 19, 2022

The U.S. covertly coordinated with Israel on its airstrike operations in Syria, according to a Wall Street Journal report published recently. The Jewish state has carried out hundreds of missions in Syria over the last decade, largely aimed at targeting Iranian weapons depots and arms smuggling channels throughout the country

Israel’s Shaked To Head To Morocco In Third Visit By Minister – i24NEWS

| June 19, 2022

'We are certain that this cooperation with the Moroccans will help us advance the housing market' Israel's Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked will fly to Morocco on Monday for a diplomatic visit. According to a statement from her office, Shaked is expected to meet Morocco's interior minister, foreign minister, planning minister, economy minister and other senior officials.

Mapping Project unveiled by BDS Boston is a roadmap for Jew-haters – The Boston Globe

| June 19, 2022

So it isnt hard to guess what Khamenei would think of the Mapping Project, a new antisemitic endeavor in Massachusetts that likewise regards Jews as dangerously virulent. Get Weekend Reads from Ideas A weekly newsletter from the Boston Globe Ideas section, forged at the intersection of 'what if' and 'why not.' The Mapping Project was unveiled this month by far-left extremists associated with BDS Boston. (BDS refers to the Boycott/Divestment/Sanctions campaign to treat Israel as an economic and cultural pariah.) It consists of an interactive map of Massachusetts on which are linked hundreds of public and private entities of every description


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