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Report: Israel Aiding Egypt With Covert Air Strikes on Sinai Terror Targets

TEL AVIV – Israeli drones, jets, and helicopters have carried out a covert campaign with more than 100 airstrikes against Islamic State-affiliated terrorists in the Sinai over the past two years, when Egypt proved unable to deal with the jihadist threat inside its borders, the New York Times reported Saturday.

An activist waves an Israeli flag outside Israel's embassy in Moscow to voice support for the current Israeli military action in Lebanon, 23 July 2006 in Moscow.

Israeli Embassy in Cairo Expected to Reopen

The Israeli Embassy in Cairo is expected to resume routine activities in the near future, after six years of operating only partially, Israeli officials said on Tuesday.

An employee walks on the Expedient regasification ship, anchored off the coast of Israel in the Mediterranean Sea on February 26, 2015, as natural gas began flowing from the vessel, hired by the Israel Electric Corporation, to its power stations.

Energy Ministry Presents Plan For Two Newest Israeli Natural Gas Fields

TEL AVIV – The Israeli Energy Ministry officially presented its development plan Tuesday for the Karish and Tanin undersea natural gas fields, the same day that Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi signed legislation that could pave the way for his country to become a major consumer of Israel’s natural gas.

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EXCLUSIVE – Hamas Official Says Group Set Conditions for Release of Captive Israelis

TEL AVIV – Speaking to Breitbart Jerusalem, a top Hamas official has responded to an Arab news media report about the prospect for negotiations to release four Israelis – two soldiers and two civilians – that the terrorist group claims to be holding in captivity, and whose pictures the movement published over the weekend.

Palestinian boys stand on a flooded street after heavy rain in Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip on October 7, 2015.

‘Gaza Sewage Crisis A Ticking Timebomb For Israel’

The Jerusalem Post reports: Gaza could be a ticking timebomb of disease for the region if a serious sewage issue is not fixed, an Israeli environmental group warned on Thursday. Gidon Bromberg, founder and Israel director of EcoPeace, told the Jerusalem

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Israeli Book Sparks Outrage in Egypt 

Egyptian officials are livid over an Israeli book on display at a Cairo book fair, claiming that its presence “constitutes normalization with the Zionist enemy,” Ynet news reported.  Titled Arabian Nights.com, the book dissects Egyptian society and politics. It is

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Netanyahu Welcomes Return of Egyptian Ambassador to Israel

Egypt has sent Hazem Khairat as the new ambassador to Israel after a three-year hiatus, the Israeli Foreign Ministry said Sunday. Khairat, arrived on Friday. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu welcomed his return to Israel saying it “will allow us to improve even more