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Clashes between Palestinian rioters and Israeli security forces erupted last Friday in Jerusalem, as well as the West Bank and Gaza, amid Palestinian “day of rage” protests over President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

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U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley called remarks by a leader of the Hamas terror group lauding its strong ties with Iran “a stunning admission” that illustrates Iranian violations of U.N. resolutions.

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Five Arab residents of eastern Jerusalem were indicted earlier this week on charges of incitement to terrorism over actions including Facebook posts lauding the July 14 terror attack that killed two Israeli policemen near the Temple Mount.

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A new survey conducted among the Palestinian public shows the majority of Palestinians do not support violence against Israel, but overwhelmingly support the Palestinian Authority’s payment of salaries to terrorists and their families.

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The film “Wonder Woman,” starring Israeli actress Gal Gadot, took in more than $103 million at the North American box office last weekend. According to Variety, the film’s global take was even higher at $122.5 million. It seems everyone was watching “Wonder Woman,” except in Lebanon.

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The high-profile U.S. arms deal with Saudi Arabia, which President Donald Trump signed during his recent visit to Riyadh and is awaiting congressional approval, raised alarm in Jerusalem due to what officials describe as the potential diminishment of Israel’s military edge over regional foes.

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Ismail Haniyeh, whom Hamas elected as the Palestinian terror group’s top leader last weekend, made his first public appearance in the new role by visiting a “solidarity tent” for hunger-striking Palestinian prisoners in Gaza City Monday.

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Four Palestinians who were arrested by Palestinian Authority security forces after they visited the sukkah of a West Bank mayor were released following Israeli intervention. The men who visited the Efrat sukkah of Oded Revivi were from the nearby Palestinian village of Wadi Al Nis. They were…

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JERUSALEM — Turkey condemned Israel for its attacks on the Gaza Strip and said it would continue to criticize Israel despite agreeing to restore diplomatic ties.

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JERUSALEM — The foreign ministries of Israel and Turkey simultaneously signed a reconciliation agreement today (June 28), six years after relations were cut off.

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