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Ansar Jerusalem releases video of assassination attempt on Egypt's interior minister

Almost two months after claiming responsibility for the Sept. 5 assassination attempt on Egyptian interior minister Mohammed Ibrahim, the Sinai-based jihadist group Ansar Jerusalem released video detailing the attack. The bomber was reportedly trained in a camp run by Muhammed Jamal al Kashef.

A makeshift grenade was thrown at an Israeli school bus traveling in the West Bank. The IDF would not confirm reports that a Hamas drone plot in the West Bank had been foiled. Israel denied that it was behind a hacking attempt on former French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

On the border with Syria, the land of war

Out in the West Bank with a dead terrorist and a park director

IDF won't confirm reports of foiled Hamas drone plot in West Bank

Authorities are preparing to hand over the bodies of 36 Palestinian terrorists to the Palestinian Authority. Over two dozen Palestinian prisoners will be released by Israel in the coming days as part of ongoing peace talks with the Palestinians. Authorities seized 14,000 crowd dispersal weapons that an importer allegedly sought to sell to the PA.

Rift widens on Iranian nuclear deal as Israel, Arabs warn against allowing enrichment

Amos Yadlin on Iran Strike: Why Israel Needs to Act Soon

The Air Force reportedly struck a shipment of advanced weapons destined for Hezbollah; the IDF refused to comment on the report. Defense Minister Ya'alon said Israel is adhering to its red lines when it comes to the transfer of weapons from Syria, and that Hezbollah has not received any chemical weapons from Syria.

U.S., Israel differ over how to resolve Iran nuclear issue

In Egypt, jihadist group Bayt al-Maqdis claims responsibility for bombing

Jewish youth leaving Turkey due to political strains

Sinai Security: Opportunities for Unlikely Cooperation Among Egypt, Israel, and Hamas

Israeli forces killed a wanted Palestinian terrorist suspected of being involved in the November 2012 Tel Aviv bus bombing, which Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad have both claimed. Israeli and Palestinian negotiators held another round of peace talks with a focus on water-related issues. A number of Druze citizens of Israel have reportedly traveled to Syria to fight on behalf of the Assad regime. Defense Minister Ya'alon said that despite recent unrest, "there are no signs of a popular uprising or a third intifada."

Wanted Palestinian terrorist suspected in bus bombing killed in shootout

Former Shin Bet chief Yuval Diskin warned that the current conditions are an opportune time for "the Palestinian masses to rise up." A resident of Jerusalem was sentenced to three and a half years in jail for agreeing to spy on Israel for Hezbollah. IDF forces discovered an explosive device near the border with Gaza. Two mortar shells from Syria landed in the Golan Heights.

Leaving prison, returning to terror

Inside Israel's Frenemy Diplomacy With Turkey

An IDF force near the border with Gaza was fired upon by Palestinians. Prime Minister Netanyahu warned against the implementation of a partial deal related to Iran's nuclear program. A court ordered the continued remand of a suspected IRGC operative.

Israeli Arab reported killed fighting in Syria may be alive