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What defense tech Israel can and cannot provide to its new Gulf allies – Cleveland Jewish News

| April 7, 2022

A new humanitarian truce in effect between the Iranian-backed Houthis in Yemen and Saudi Arabia is unlikely to hold for the two months, it was declared. Already, the Houthis have accused the Saudis of committing dozens of violations as the Shiite militant organization likely prepares the ground for further missile and unmanned aerial vehicle attacks on Saudi cities, oil sites, airports and other strategic locations.

In Israel, Its the Only Golf Game in Town, and the Country – The New York Times

| April 7, 2022

In the coastal Israeli city of Caesarea, demand for homes with a view of the Caesarea Golf Club, the only golf course in the country, has skyrocketed. Demand to play on the course itself, not so much. I cant remember a client coming and asking for a home on the golf course because he plays golf, said Meir Menahem, a real estate agent with Neot Shiran, which specializes in luxury properties.

Special Forces From Greece, US and Israel in Joint Exercise "Orion" – Greek Reporter

| April 7, 2022

Special forces from a number of nations are participating in the Orion 2022 exercise near Athens. Credit: Greek Reporter Special forces units from Greece, the US, and Israel were among others participating in the Orion 22 exercise that kicked off on Thursday near Athens. Personnel from the armed forces of Bulgaria, France, and Cyprus also participate in the drill

Israeli settlers grim offer to Ukraine’s Jewish refugees – Haaretz

| March 28, 2022

I am looking ata leaflet in Russiandistributed by the Judea and SamariaCouncil, the representative body for Israels West Bank settlements. It reads: "Dear friends arriving in Israel from Ukraine and the former Soviet Union! We are ready to host you in the towns and settlements of Judea and Samaria.

After terror attack, Israel needs to figure out if this is part of something bigger – Haaretz

| March 28, 2022

Within less than a week, six Israelis have been murdered in two terror attacks in the heart of cities: the first four on Tuesday during a car-ramming and knifing attack in Be'er Sheva, and the following two on Sunday after being gunned down by two terrorists in Hadera. Right on cue for the 20-year anniversary of Operation Defensive Shield, TV newscasts are once again carrying images reminiscent of those horrific days. Even the targets have remained the same the downtowns of Israeli cities inside the Green Line.

Israel must end its theatrics in the West Bank – Haaretz

| March 28, 2022

Roughly 400 security personnel, including police, soldiers and officials from Israels Civil Administration in the West Bank, took part in demolishing buildings in two settlement outposts last week. Altogether, 20 buildings were razed, after roughly two years in which the outposts had been left alone. One can only imagine how much money this operation cost, given the large number of people involved and the heavy machinery mobilized for the task

Israel’s COVID infection rate wanes for the third straight day after month-long surge – Haaretz

| March 28, 2022

The rate of coronavirus infection contracted for the third day in a row following a spike in the virus' spread across Israel that coincided with Purim weekend, Health Ministry data from Sunday shows. The country's R number the average number of people each coronavirus carrier infects dropped to 1.35, the third consecutive day of decline following a month-long climb that alarmed health experts. Thenumberis calculated using data from the last10 days

Israel Blocked Sale of Pegasus Spyware to Ukraine and Estonia – The New York Times

| March 28, 2022

Russia plays a powerful role throughout the Middle East, particularly in Syria, and Israel is wary of crossing Moscow on critical security issues. In particular, Russia has generally allowed Israel to strike Iranian and Lebanese targets inside Syria raids the Israeli military sees as essential to stemming the flow of arms that Iran sends to proxy forces stationed close to Israels northern border. Israels government has long seen Pegasus as a critical tool for its foreign policy.

Israel’s police minister will pay for his gaffe, but what about the Palestinian teen killed by his officers? – Haaretz

| March 27, 2022

Omer Bar-Lev was not confused.

Governor Eric Holcomb’s economic development trip to Slovakia and Israel – WTHITV.com

| March 27, 2022

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WTHI) - Governor Eric Holcomb is traveling to Europe and the Middle East to work on important economic developments


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