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Israel and US Celebrate ‘Eternal Alliance’

Israel News:

A Palestinian was arrested for possession of a bomb and weapons. According to the police the bombs found in his house were ready for use.

The Ministry of Health stated that measles shots distribution will immediately be increased. Hours in many clinics were extended to give the  vaccinations.

Israeli Arabs strike because of the death of Mohammed Taha, the Kfar Qassem terrorist who attacked police in last night’s riots.

Israel and the US celebrate their ‘eternal alliance’ in an event shared by the Knesset and Congress marking 50 years since the Six Day War and the liberation of Jerusalem.

Nikki Haley visited the Kotel to pray. She met with Prime Minister Netanyahu and also President Rivlin. After Netanyahu thanked her for standing with Israel at the UN and standing for the truth she told him:  “If there's anything I have no patience for, it's bullies. And the UN was being such a bully to Israel, because they could.”

World news:

Iran: 5 suspects were arrested for allegedly participating in this morning’s terror attack in Teheran. The Iranian president stated that: “These attacks will make us more determined in our fight against terror.”

President Trump sends message of condolences to the innocent people killed in Iran. He also commented that: “States that sponsor terrorism risk falling victim to the evil they promote.”

The United Arab Emirates warned: “Whoever is caught supporting Qatar will be imprisoned for 15 years.”

President Trump spoke on the telephone with the Emir of Qatar offering him help to solve this breakdown that had developed in the Persian Gulf between Qatar and the other Gulf States. It should be noted that the US still has a base on Qatar with 10,000 troops.

In Myanmar a military plane disappeared from the radar screens and the flight control lost contact with it. They later reported finding the plane’s wreckage in the sea.

The Senate passed a bipartisan bill to make sure there is an envoy in the State Department to fight anti-Semitism. The position of this envoy was raised to the level of an ambassador.


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