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Sinai jihadists have Eilat in sights




The IDF ordered the closure of Eilat airport for a number of hours as a result of security concerns. Authorities have previously expressed concern that jihadists may try to target planes landing and taking off from the airport. Negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians are expected to resume on Aug. 14 in Jerusalem. US Air Force chief Mark Welsh completed a weeklong visit.




FBI seeking information on Burgas terror suspects




Amid the 'deceptive quiet' of the Lebanon border




MSC in Jerusalem praises slain member in new video

Hithem Ziad Ibrahim Masshal ITMC Poster - Journey of Martyrdom.jpgA new video praising Hithem Ziad Ibrahim Masshal, a well-known jihadist in the Gaza Strip, was released by the Ibn Taymiyyah Media Center to jihadist forums. Masshal, who was killed in April by the Israeli Air Force, is celebrated for his role in supporting jihadist groups in Gaza.


Prime Minister Netanyahu warned that Iran is accelerating its uranium enrichment efforts. Former IDF intelligence chief Amos Yadlin said US opposition to an Israeli strike on Iran's nuclear program has moved from a red light to a yellow light. Four IDF soldiers were injured as a result of an explosion along the border with Lebanon.




Across Forbidden Border, Doctors in Israel Quietly Tend to Syria's Wounded




Egyptian army responds to jihadist charges of 'crimes' and Israeli drones




Salafi jihadists claim that Israeli drones are operating over Sinai

Al Salafiyya al Jihadiyya in Sinai released a statement detailing alleged "crimes" committed by the Egyptian army in recent weeks. The statement also claimed that the army is allowing Israeli drones to operate over the Sinai.


Nigeria: Kano Arms Cache - 'Lebanese Suspects Knew About Bunker'




Authorities filed an indictment against a member of the anti-Zionist Neturei Karta sect who had offered to spy for Iran. Prime Minister Netanyahu praised the latest round of Iran sanctions passed by the US House of Representatives. The head of the IDF's Northern Command said Hezbollah is better armed and trained than it was in 2006.




Suspect in Burgas bombing flew to Lebanon before blast: report




US officials claim Israeli strike in Latakia missed some Yakhont missiles




Port city 'no haven' for Swedish Jews




Israel, Palestinians eye peace deal in 9 months




John Kerry's Years of Quiet Diplomacy Helped Forge Path to Peace Talks




Is one of the Burgas terror suspects actively using Facebook?




Insurgency takes root in Egypt's Sinai




The cabinet approved a plan to see any peace deal with the Palestinians put to a referendum. The cabinet also approved the staged release of 104 Palestinian prisoners. Shin Bet chief Yoram Cohen warned that a release of such high-profile terrorists was risky. Cohen also said that peace talks would improve security on the ground. The navy has begun to install missile defense systems to protect against the Yakhont anti-ship missile.




Prime Minister Netanyahu said Israel was prepared to release 104 Palestinian prisoners over a period of nine months should negotiations with the Palestinians progress. Netanyahu, who has previously denounced prisoner releases, said sometimes a leader must make unpopular choices "when the issue is important for the country."