AIPAC to host first settler leader at U.S. policy conference

AIPAC to host first settler leader at U.S. policy conference

 

The Jerusalem Post

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AIPAC to host first settler leader at U.S. policy conference
The bi-partisan American Israel Public Affairs Committee is flying YESHA Council foreign envoy and Efrat Council head Oded Revivi to Washington to join a side conference panel at its conference.
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WATCH: Is Netanyahu angling for a Golan gift from Trump before election?
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took Lindsey Graham to plateau, and the senator vowed to work for U.S. recognition.
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Abdullah meets with US peace team to discuss its plan
The 45-minute meeting took place at the Jordanian ambassador’s residence and briefly touched on the administration’s upcoming effort to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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IRGC Quds Force Commander Soleimani receives Iran’s highest military order
Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Qassem Solemani was awarded the Order of Zulfaqar from Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
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The Israelis who went from securing fighter jets to protecting cars
GuardKnox founders take their experience in systems geared towards aviation and missile defense and use it for cars.
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Rotem Sela gains backers as President Reuven Rivlin says attacks on Arabs ‘unacceptable’
“I refuse to believe that there are parties that have given up on the idea that Israel is a Jewish democratic state, a democratic and Jewish state in the same phrase.”
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Givat Asaf shooter indicted for alleged murder of 2 IDF soldiers, baby
Charges also include around a dozen attempted murder charges in shooting spree.
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Prosecution drops cases against two Jews for Dormition Abbey arson
Decision could alter all Shin Bet probes of Jewish terror.
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PA Prime Minister pleads: ‘Stop publishing paid ads congratulating me’
The appeal came after Palestinian newspapers and websites, including the daily east Jerusalem-based Al-Quds, published advertisements congratulating Shtayyeh.
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State to court: Settler ‘good faith’ Palestinian land seizure can be legal
A short time after the creation of Mitzpe Kramim in 1999, the IDF relocated the outpost to an agricultural area within the master plan.
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82% of Israelis say Israeli-Egypt peace deal essential for security – poll