Britain designates entire Hamas organization as terror group

With the U.K.’s Home Secretary taking this action to outlaw all of Hamas, which seeks the genocide of all Jews worldwide, now their fundraising becomes illegal and anti-Semitic terror as well as their supporters can now be prosecuted, should they peddle their hatred in Britain.

By JNS

 

United Kingdom’s Home Secretary Priti Patel announced that she is seeking to declare the entire Hamas organization as a terrorist group.

While the military wing of Hamas, known as the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, is currently declared a terror group by the United Kingdom, its political wing is not.

Hamas political leader in Gaza and terrorist, Yahya Sinwar instructs Gazans of true intentions to ‘peaceful March of Return.’

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Biden’s US vote at UN reflects return to Obama’s anti-Israel doctrine

In a dramatic shift from the Trump administration, Biden decides to not vote against a biased UN resolution demanding “compensation” for descendants of Palestinian refugees, as well as their unlimited “right of return.”

By Sean Savage and JNS

 

The United States voted last week to abstain on a resolution concerning the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), the UN’s agency that handles Palestinian refugees – part of several resolutions put forth in the UN General Assembly concerning the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that largely targeted Israel for its treatment of Palestinians.

Ann Dismorr, Director of UNRWA Affairs in Lebanon, with a map that shows all of Israel as “Palestine”.-

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Israel Unveils ‘Soft Protection’ Defensive Electronic Warfare System

The Scorpius uses an active electronically scanned array technology to scan the entire sky and then sends narrowly targeted beams – “at any wavelength, any frequency, any direction against specific targets without interfering with anybody else.”

By Paul Iddon

 

Israel has recently unveiled a new electronic warfare system called Scorpius that its manufacturer, Israel Aerospace Industries, says has capabilities that will revolutionize electronic warfare.

Asked about the namesake of this system, Gideon Fustick, Marketing VP EW Group at IAI, said it intends to convey “the sense of an innocuous thing that actually has a very powerful sting.”

Illustration of the land-based Scorpius G electronic warfare system built by Israel Aerospace .-

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Pro-Palestinians accuse Facebook of being pro-Israel

Palestinian activist: “We see it [Facebook policies] as a war on the Palestinian narrative.”

By Reuters & ILH Staff

 

Palestinian activists contended that Facebook and other social media platforms have censored criticism of Israel in response to government pressure and launched a campaign seeking to halt the activity

Palestinians have complained that political posts were removed or demoted especially by Facebook and Instagram, which Facebook owns.

Warning given to the pro-Israel facebook page: IsraelandStuff.com – Screenshot

The “7amleh” digital rights organization launched a website called “7or” on Monday to call attention to its position, saying it has documented 746 rights violations in 2021 so far. Continue Reading »

Alabama Cherokee tribe recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s ‘eternal capital’

The Tribal Council of the Northeast Alabama Cherokee unanimously passed a resolution recognizing the “sovereign Jewish nation” of Israel, with Jerusalem as its “eternal undivided capital.”
– Chief Larry Smith, “We have chosen to identify with a people as a people.”

By Larry Brook

 

(Israel InSight) – The Northeast Alabama Cherokee held a ceremony on Sept. 25 in Guntersville, Ala., to establish a relationship with Israel. There, the tribe presented a resolution, unanimously passed by the Tribal Council, recognizing the “sovereign Jewish nation” of Israel, with Jerusalem as its “eternal undivided capital.”

“We vow our full support in the pursuit of the peace of Jerusalem and the Nation of Israel by whichever means may be necessary,” it said. Continue Reading »

HISTORIC: Israeli plane makes 1st public, non-stop to Saudi Arabia

Although no commercial flights are scheduled between Saudi Arabia and Israel, as the two states still share no official relations, direct flights between the two states are a considerable move forward in Saudi-Israeli relations.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF

 

An Israeli private jet landed in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Tuesday morning, per KAN news, marking the first time a public flight from Israel has ever landed in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

HISTORIC: President Trump on Air Force One’s flight to the Jewish State was the first flight to have a publicized flight plan to successfully fly directly (non-stop) from Saudi Arabia to Israel’s Ben Gurion International Airport.

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With newly approve budget, IDF widens nuclear sites attack training

Following a 2 year hiatus, the Israel Air Force resumes intensive training exercises in preparation for a possible preemptive attack on Iranian nuclear program installations.

By Arutz Sheva Staff

 

The Israeli Air Force has resumed training for a possible attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities after two years in which no such training had taken place, Channel 12 News reported.

IDF Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi has even ordered a significant budget be used to facilitate the training exercises.

IDF Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi – Photo: IDF Spokesperson’s Unit

The resumption of training for a possible attack on Iran is taking place against the background of American attempts to resume talks with the Iranians on a nuclear agreement. Continue Reading »

SYRIAN REPORT: IDF assassinates Syrian intelligence officer in sniper hit

Syrian news agency reports ex-Israeli terror prisoner, Madhat al-Salah, was allegedly shot a few hundreds meters outside of Israel’s border in the Syrian village of Ain el-Tineh.

By ANNA AHRONHEIM, JERUSALEM POST STAFF

 

A Syrian man who spent time in an Israeli prison for terrorist activities was killed in Syria at the end of last week, according to Syrian reports on Saturday evening.

The man, identified as Madhat al-Salah, was killed in the town of Ain el-Tineh near the village of Hadar on the Golan Heights along the border with Israel.

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Israeli Humanitarian Group Secretly Evacuated Afghans for 2nd Time

REVEALED: Israel secretly evacuated 167 Afghan refugees including judges, journalists, law enforcement officers, scientists and more.
– In September IsraAID also evacuated 42 Afghan women & girls.

By LAHAV HARKOV

 

Humanitarian aid group IsraAID coordinated the evacuation of 125 vulnerable Afghans via Albania earlier this month, the NGO said on Wednesday.

The group of evacuees included judges, professional cyclists, journalists, TV presenters, human rights activists, relatives of Afghan diplomats, artists, law enforcement officers and scientists.

They arrived in Albania after being evacuated from Afghanistan, after the US left the country in August and the Taliban took Kabul. Continue Reading »

Israel Working to Block Biden From Opening Palestinian Consulate in Jerusalem

Because many countries still refuse to recognize Israel’s sovereignty over all of Jerusalem, submitted legislation would prohibit all nations from unilaterally opening any diplomatic mission in Israel’s capital without official government consent.

By Israel Today Staff

 

Likud lawmaker and former Jerusalem mayor Nir Barkat has introduced legislation that would ban any foreign country from opening a diplomatic mission anywhere in the Israeli capital without Israel’s consent.

That would seem like something of an obvious position. No other nation would let foreign countries open embassies and consulates in its capital without permission. But most of the world still doesn’t recognize Israel’s sovereignty over the entirety of Jerusalem. Continue Reading »

Iranians livid following report IDF destroyed weapons warehouses in Syria

Even with at least 2 killed, Damascus boasts their air defenses intercepted a ‘majority of missiles’ that targeted the weapons warehouses & drone depot that was under the control of Iranian proxy militias.

News agencies

 

An Israeli missile strike on an airbase in central Syria has killed two Damascus-allied foreign fighters and wounded several Syrian service personnel, a Britain-based war monitor said on Saturday.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the two foreigners were killed in the raid on the T4 airbase late Friday, but their nationality was not immediately clear.

The official Syrian news agency SANA earlier said that, “at around 9:00pm, the Israeli enemy… fired a volley of missiles towards the T4 military airport”. Continue Reading »

HRW: Facebook judges Hamas and PFLP unfairly, censors Palestinian posts

Human Rights Watch claims Facebook wrongly censors Palestinian posts on ‘Israeli human rights abuses’ and its unfair designation of Hamas and PFLP as “dangerous organizations”, is a serious threat to free expression.

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Human Rights Watch (HRW) claimed on Friday that Facebook wrongfully removed content by Palestinian activists about Palestine and Israeli human rights violations during Operation Guardians of the Wall in May.

HRW, the New York-based NGO, also claimed that Facebook’s reliance on the United States’ Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTOs) list for designating organizations as “dangerous” is a threat to free expression as it prohibits Palestinian leaders from using Facebook. Continue Reading »

Mossad abducted Iranian general to find missing Israeli, Ron Arad

REPORT: A London-based Arabic newspaper claims a Mossad team abducted an Iranian general during an operation in Syria last month to find new information on missing Israel Air Force navigator Ron Arad.

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The Mossad abducted an Iranian general in Syria during its operation last month to find new information on missing Israel Air Force navigator Ron Arad, according to a report in a London-based Arabic newspaper Rai al-Youm.

The general was taken to an African country, interrogated and then released, according to the report.

It is likely that the Iranians followed the operation after it occurred, and discovered where and how it was managed, the report said. Continue Reading »

ISRAEL REPORTS: Iranian ‘fire’ was explosion at secret IRGC missile base

ISI, a commercial servicer for satellite images based in Tel Aviv, reported today that the inconspicuous Iranian military facility that had a fire in one of its storehouses was not just any military base, rather, it was a secret Islamic Revolutionary Guard missile production & storage facility.

By THE JERUSALEM POST staff

 

A fire erupted in an IRGC facility in Iran on Sunday leaving two dead and one injured. On Thursday, Tel Aviv-based ImageSat International – ISI, a commercial servicer for satellite images – estimated that the facility was not just any military compound – it was a secret missile base. Continue Reading »

Israeli PM Bennett: No Palestinian State; No meeting with Abbas

In New Year interview with Ynet, Israel’s PM reiterates his opposition to the establishment of a Palestinian state, declaring publicly that the Palestinian Authority a ‘failed entity’ and ruled out any direct meeting with Palestinian autocrat Mahmoud Abbas.

By Attila Somfalvi

 

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett on Tuesday ruled out meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to promote a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

“My perception is different than that of the defense minister although we work in harmony. I oppose a Palestinian state and I think it would be a grave mistake to import the failed Gaza model of Hamas which shoots rockets at us, and turn the entire West Bank to that,” he told Ynet in an interview. Continue Reading »