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Israel news:

Discounted Housing: In 2 days flat 50% of all eligible families signed up for the raffle to purchase an apartment considerably discounted in price. The preferred cities are Rishon Letzion, Modiin, Herzliya, Bet Shemesh and Rosh HaAyin.

MK Litzman warns: “If the desecration of the Shabbat continues with continuing maintenance work on Shabbat we cannot stay in the government.” Aryeh Deri added: “Our hearts are torn by the fact that in the country of Israel they have turned the Shabbat into a day of maintaining and fixing infrastructure.”

Less electricity for Gaza: The Hamas government sent a letter to the UN: “We can’t bear the electricity cut. Press Abu Mazen.”

Iran’s Foreign Ministry advisor:  “Israel is the enemy and it should be worried; I believe they understood the message of the missiles” (shot into Syria today). Netanyahu replied: “I have one message for Iran: Don’t threaten Israel.”

World News:

France failed terror attempt: A car crashed into a police vehicle in Champs-Élysées, Paris. It burst into flames and the terrorist was killed.

Persian Gulf: The United Arab Emirates says: “It’s possible that Qatar’s isolation will continue for years.”

North Korea: Kim Jong Un is terrified he will be assassinated by the US and South Korea. He is always hiding and changing locations fearing decapitation.

Russia stated that all coalition aircraft flying west of the Euphrates River are considered legitimate targets. They were furious that a Syrian Su22 which was bombing dangerously close to the coalition forces was shot out of the Sky by a US F18-Super Hornet. They also cut off the US Russian hotline designed to prevent unnecessary confrontations or accidentally shooting each other. The US is prepared to defend itself and both sides don’t want an escalation.

Foxnews reveals that the UN is helping Assad rebuild. They are helping a nonprofit called Al- Bustan which is sanctioned by the US and they sent funds through Assad’s cousin, the billionaire Rami Makhlouf. Makhlouf has many militas benefitting from the UN largesse. The UN says its IOM division, the International Organization for Migration gives aid without regards to borders but according to need. Well Assad really needs help  and maybe the UN should openly say they are partners in his carnage too!


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