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Israeli Arab reportedly killed fighting regime forces in Syria




Israel's chemical and biological arsenal in the spotlight




Prime Minister Netanyahu is expected to meet with President Obama in Washington for talks that will likely center on Iran's nuclear program. The outgoing Israeli ambassador to the US said Israel has "always wanted Bashar Assad to go." At least 22 communities near the country's northern and southern borders will no longer receive army security following the completion of a situational assessment.




Secretary of State Kerry met with Israeli officials to discuss the latest developments related to Syria. Prime Minister Netanyahu said he hopes that the US-Russia deal on Syria's chemical weapons will result in their "complete destruction." Israel and the Palestinian Authority agreed to resume agricultural cooperation that has been frozen for 13 years.




A top Israeli intelligence official said Israel has been "absolutely certain" for many months that the Assad regime has been using chemical weapons in Syria. A new report suggests that Iran ceased its production of nuclear warheads in 2004.




Egypt army in major push to eradicate Sinai militants




Elite Syrian Unit Scatters Chemical Arms Stockpile




Charges were filed against Hamas operative Hamdi Romana, who was linked to the recent terror plot aimed at bombing a Jerusalem mall. Israeli officials reiterated that Israel has no plans on ratifying the Chemical Weapons Convention before their neighbors.




Diplomatic efforts intensify on corralling Syrian chemical arms




Three Palestinians were convicted of trying to set up a Hamas infrastructure in Jerusalem. Prime Minister Netanyahu said the Syrian regime must be stripped of its chemical weapons. An Israeli official reportedly traveled to Cairo to discuss the situation in the Sinai with Egyptian officials. Israeli officials reiterated that the country is prepared to strike any attempts to transfer WMD to Hezbollah.




US Backing of Russian Plan Leaves a Wary Israel Focusing on Self-Reliance




NSA shares raw intelligence including Americans' data with Israel




Graphic: Syria chemical weapons sites




El Al has reportedly cancelled a number of its daytime flights landing at Eilat's airport due to concerns regarding terror threats from the Sinai. Israeli officials voiced skepticism over the idea that Syria would relinquish its chemical weapons stockpiles to international control. An IDF official warned that terror attacks in the West Bank are becoming more sophisticated.




1967 Border Is a Source of Strain in the Israeli-Palestinian Talks




An Israeli official said the country would get advance notification of US raids on Syria. An Iron Dome missile defense battery was deployed near Jerusalem. A senior Israeli official said Egyptian authorities were currently waging their first serious fight against terror in the Sinai. Israeli officials complained to the US that Palestinian officials were leaking details from ongoing negotiations.




As Syria deteriorates, neighbors fear bioweapons threat




Israeli Proposal Detailed in Talks




IDF data suggests that at least 300 attacks have been waged against Egyptian security personnel and installations in recent weeks. Authorities arrested 15 Palestinians who clashed with security forces on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Defense Minister Ya'alon reportedly said settlement evacuations are not part of current talks with the Palestinians.




Sinai jihadists accuse Egyptian army of lying about operations, praise Sinai 'mujahideen'

A new statement by al Salafiyya al Jihadiyya denied the existence of al Qaeda in the Sinai as an organization, and accused the Egyptian army of lying about recent operations. The group noted the alleged arrest of Adel Mohammed Ibrahim and recent airstrikes, which Egyptian authorities claimed had killed at least eight militants.