Archive for: Middle East

Egypt cancels talks, shutters Rafah, plans anti-smuggling wall after mass car bombing

Egypt cancels talks, shutters Rafah, plans anti-smuggling wall after mass car bombing

After a terror attack last Friday killed at least 30 Egyptian soldiers in the northern Sinai, Cairo has declared a state of emergency in the area, closed down the...

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Jordan’s king seeks to prevent Jewish prayer on Temple Mount

Jordan’s king seeks to prevent Jewish prayer on Temple Mount

(Israel Hayom/Exclusive to JNS.org) – King Abdullah II and other Jordanian government officials are working to prevent the Israeli Knesset from passing a bill...

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IAEA chief unsure all Iranian nuclear material is peaceful

IAEA chief unsure all Iranian nuclear material is peaceful

(JNS.org) – The chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Yukiya Amano, admitted that his agency cannot “conclude that all nuclear material in...

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On the Ottawa attack, mothers of terrorists: a stunning contrast

On the Ottawa attack, mothers of terrorists: a stunning contrast

Moshe Phillips and Benyamin Korn The mother of the Muslim terrorist who attacked Canada’s parliament building last Wednesday says she is weeping for her son’s...

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Anti-Israel resolution fails in CUNY doctoral  students’ vote

Anti-Israel resolution fails in CUNY doctoral students’ vote

(JNS.org) – A resolution calling for a boycott of Israeli academic institutions failed last Friday in a vote by the Doctoral Students Council (DSC) of the City...

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