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Today's top stories 22.11.17

  1. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated Israel's commitment to "expending the circle of peace," stressing that while regional leaders have accepted Israel's legitimacy, the main obstacle to realizing peace is a deep, distorted and mislead presentation of Israel in public opinion on the Arab streets.
  2. President Mahmoud Abbas instructed Palestinian representatives in Washington to suspend contact with their American counterparts, that after the Trump administration warned Ramallah that unless they enter into serious peace negotiations with Israel, the United States will have no-other-choice but to close the Palestinian mission in Washington.
  3. Russian President Vladimir Putin holds conversations with international leaders, including President Trump and Prime Minister Netanyahu, seeking an international consensus around a peace deal for Syria.

Today's top stories 21.11.17

  1. Israel is preparing for an all-out-war with Iran and its Shi'ite Muslim proxies on the northern frontier of the Jewish state, as Israeli Defense Minister Lieberman seeks to significantly increase the country's defense budget to confront – what he termed as - the "fragile and volatile situation."
  2. Reports indicate that the Iranian-proxy Hezbollah has raised its level of alert for "an imminent confrontation with Israel," despite the organization's declared assessment that Israel would not launch a war against it in the near future.
  3. The Arab League convened an emergency meeting of Arab Foreign Ministers, during which they criticized both the Islamic Republic of Iran and its Lebanese-proxy Hezbollah, warning that they would not stand by in the face of Iranian interference in Arab Affairs.

Today's top stories 20.11.17

  1. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared Israel's cooperation with Egypt, together with other countries, in the ongoing struggle against terror of radical Islam as a significant contributor to the security of the Jewish state.
  2. The Trump administration put the Palestinians on notice over the weekend, warning Ramallah that unless they enter into serious peace negotiations with Israel, the United States will have no choice but to close the Palestinian mission in Washington.
  3. The Egypt-Gaza border-crossing opened under control of the Western-backed Palestinian Authority, for the first time since 2007.

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