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The Daily Syndicate
Monday, February 19, 2018
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Iran tests an aggressive strategy against Israel, but comes up short
Ariel Ben Solomon
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Jonathan S. Tobin
Must Israel do America’s dirty work?
Netanyahu’s Munich speech in which he gives Iran a warning was denounced as a provocation. But the real alert is to a Trump administration still asleep at the wheel on Syria.
Israel Hayom / Exclusive to JNS
The difficulty of maintaining calm in Gaza
While heads of Israel's security apparatus voice genuine concern for the well-being of Gaza's residents, the actual leaders of Gaza are too busy building up their military might and preparing for the next military confrontation with Israel.
Tamar and Leviathan Gas
$15 billion of Israeli natural gas to be sold to Egypt in landmark deal
“I welcome the historic agreement that was announced on the export of Israeli gas to Egypt. This will put billions into the state treasury to benefit the education, health and social welfare of Israel's citizens,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.
UK’s Labour Party expels anti-Semitic activist
Greenstein, who had first been suspended from the party in 2016, was found to have been in breach of three of the party’s rules: “offensive comments online; offensive posts and comments on his blog; and an email in which he mocked the phrase ‘final solution.’ ”
Pilot of downed F-16 jet in good condition
The Israel Air Force pilot whose jet was shot down by a Syrian anti-aircraft missile after a strike deep in Syrian territory last week against Iranian infrastructure was released from the Rambam Health Care Campus.
Lieberman confirms Israel destroyed Hamas terror tunnel
“The incidents proved that the IDF is ready for any scenario with zero warning,” Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said.
Arrow 3 Missile Defense
Israel successfully tests state-of-the-art Arrow 3 missile system
The Arrow 3 system, which joins the missile defense arsenal comprised of the Iron Dome, David’s Sling, and Arrows 1 and 2, is designed to protect Israel from short-, medium- and long-range missiles and is among the world’s highest-level multi-tiered missile defense network.
Israel advances bill to offset terror salary payments by Palestinian Authority
Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman, who initiated the bill, touted it as working to end the “theater of absurd,” where funds transferred from Israel to the Palestinian Authority are then paid out to terrorists. (Photo courtesy of Palestinian Media Watch)
Dangoor health initiative brings innovation of Israeli start-ups to British health care
The initiative, created by the British Embassy’s U.K. Israel Tech hub, will bring together the scale of the British National Health Service with Israeli innovation and technology in a way that can deliver sound results for people in the United Kingdom.