Monday July 6, 2015
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Israel: Concessions will pave way to Iranian bomb
World powers and Iran reportedly draft document of pace and timing of sanctions relief PM Benjamin Netanyahu: With each passing day, concessions by world powers to Iran are growing "This is a bad deal, even worse than the North Korea deal," PM says.
Dr. Haim Shine | Who is to blame for West's capitulation?
Attributing the horrible failure inherent in the nuclear agreement with Iran to Netanyahu is like blaming Churchill for the Munich Agreement.
Dr. Haim Shine | US surrenders without a fight
History would never forget the fiasco of Obama and his friends signing a deal that enabled a terrorist state to get its hands on nuclear weapons and endanger the peace of the entire world.
Yoram Ettinger | Beware of stage 1 thinking
Western policymakers tend to sacrifice long-term considerations on the altar of convenience and oversimplification.
Dr. Ephraim Herrera | El-Sissi on shaky ground
The Egyptian leader may not be able to overcome the people's popular support for orthodox Islam and the country's precarious economic situation.
Elliott Abrams | Terror in Sinai
El-Sissi's use of blunt repression to crush not only terrorists but all political opposition means that Egypt is probably headed for more violence and instability.
Top Israel Police investigator commits suicide
Ephraim Bracha, 55, was the head of the Israel Police National Fraud Unit Father of four went out for "fresh air," was found several hours later lifeless in his car "He was a leader in the war on crime," Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan says.
Israel: Human Rights Council doesn't care about human rights
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blasts hypocrisy of vote to adopt report on Operation Protective Edge: "The council that has ... adopted more decisions against Israel than against all other nations combined cannot call itself a human rights council."
Lieberman: Government will collapse by end of 2015
Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Lieberman claims Israel's deterrence was undermined by the results of Operation Protective Edge last summer "Israel is paying Hamas hush money," Lieberman asserts Likud: The facts are just the opposite.
Mati Tuchfeld | Lieberman's vendetta
Due to a personal anti-Netanyahu motive, Avigdor Lieberman is seeking to bring down the government by the end of the year.
Islamic State affiliate fires rockets into Israel's south from Sinai
Three rockets hit Eshkol region, causing no injuries or damage Eshkol Regional Council Head: I trust the military to take the necessary steps to protect Israel's southern communities "This situation is becoming intolerable," says one Eshkol resident.
Authorities suspect arson in Jerusalem forest fire
Police suspect Saturday's fire near Kibbutz Maaleh Hahamisha was ignited by firebomb thrown from Palestinian village of Qatanna 10 acres of natural forest burned in the fire, which was brought under control after three hours.
Beit Shearim National Park might become World Heritage Site
Beit Shearim dates back to first century B.C.E., was destroyed by fire in 352 C.E. Necropolis features over 30 burial caves Visitors can also enjoy monument to Hashomer founder Alexander Zaid, hiking trails. Israeli UNESCO envoy expects "good news."
Drawings from across country fulfill fallen soldier's final wish
Kibbutz Ginegar, the home of fallen paratrooper Staff Sgt. Shahar Dauber, will host an exhibit of drawings commemorating him Exhibit creator Benzi Brofman: "The eulogies at Shahar's funeral shook me... I returned home devastated."
'Report on past Iran nuclear work could be ready by end of year'
IAEA head Yukiya Amano: If Tehran cooperates, IAEA will be able to provide "clarification of the issues related to the possible military dimensions" [of Iran's nuclear program] Diplomats: Answering unresolved questions a condition for easing sanctions.
Islamic State conducts mass execution in Palmyra
Twenty-five men, allegedly captured Syrian soldiers, are lined up on the stage of the ancient Roman-era amphitheater and shot in the head in front of a large audience Palmyra was overrun by Islamic State fighters in May.
Neo-Nazis outnumbered by anti-fascists at London rally
About 20 far-right activists protested in a fenced-in area near Downing Street on Saturday against Shomrim, a Jewish neighborhood watch group A nearby counterdemonstration drew more than 100 people, who chanted "Nazis off our streets."