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Hezbollah Recruiting Israeli Citizens as Terror Operatives, Shin Bet Says

TEL AVIV — The Iran-backed Hezbollah terror group is attempting to recruit Israeli citizens as operatives, the Shin Bet security agency revealed Tuesday, following the arrest of two Arab Israeli women earlier this month who were recruited by a Lebanon-based operative to carry out terror activities.

Hezbollah fighters take an oath during a parade to continue the path of resistance towards Israel.

WATCH: French President Emmanuel Macron Yells at Israeli Security

JERUSALEM – A heated exchange took place between France’s President Emmanuel Macron and Israeli security at a church in Jerusalem’s Old City Wednesday, with the French leader telling personnel to leave the holy site because “it’s France here.”

French President Emmanuel Macron asks the Israeli police to leave the 12th-century Church of Saint Anne in the old city of Jerusalem on January 22, 2020. - World leaders are to travel to Israel this week to mark 75 years since the Red Army liberated Auschwitz, the extermination camp where …

Israel Gears Up to Host World Leaders for Auschwitz Commemoration

JERUSALEM – Thousands of police and counter-terrorism officers will be deployed throughout Jerusalem this week as nearly 50 world leaders will gather in Jerusalem to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp.

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Two Arab-Israelis Arrested for Joining Islamic State

TEL AVIV – Two Arab-Israelis have been arrested and charged with terrorist training and conspiracy to commit murder on behalf of the Islamic State terror group, Israel’s Shin Bet security agency said on Wednesday.

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China Increases Investment in Israeli Infrastructure Amid U.S. Concerns

TEL AVIV – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is still deliberating what to do about regulating foreign investments in Israel amid concerns on the part of U.S. and Israeli security forces over the alarming pace of Chinese investments in Israeli infrastructure. 

A picture taken on May 11, 2014 shows ships docking in the port of the Israeli Mediterranean coastal city of Haifa. AFP PHOTO/AHMAD GHARABLI (Photo credit should read AHMAD GHARABLI/AFP/Getty Images)

Iranian Cleric Claims Country Hacked Netanyahu Family Phones

TEL AVIV – An Iranian ayatollah who is a close ally of Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei claimed that the Islamic Republic has managed to hack the cellphones of Prime Minster Benjamin Netanyahu’s “family,” according to a report by Radio Farda. 

WARSAW, POLAND - FEBRUARY 14: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends the opening session of the Ministerial to Promote a Future of Peace and Security in the Middle East on February 14, 2019 in Warsaw, Poland. The ministerial is a conference on the Middle East sponsored by the Polish and …

Poll Shows Netanyahu’s Likud Beating Main Rival Blue and White

TEL AVIV – The Likud party is predicted to win the most seats in Israel’s upcoming elections, a poll published Sunday showed, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s ruling party narrowly beating the newcomer Blue and White party by a margin of 31-30.

Main Netanyahu rival says nothing incriminating on hacked phone

Israel: Hamas Cell Was Plotting Large-Scale Bombings

The Shin Bet security service on Thursday said it recently uncovered a Hamas terror network in the West Bank that was acting on orders from the group’s leaders in Gaza, with plans to conduct large-scale bombing attacks against targets in the West Bank and Israel.

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Israel Said to Accept Ceasefire Deal with Hamas

TEL AVIV – Israel and Hamas agreed to a ceasefire deal Tuesday evening, Arab media reported, after nearly 500 rockets and mortars pounded the Jewish state over the course of 24 hours.

A picture taken from the Gaza Strip on November 12, 2018 shows missiles being launched toward Israel. - A number of rockets were launched from the Gaza Strip toward Israel today, AFP journalists said, while Israel's army said an Israeli bus was hit by fire from the Palestinian enclave. (Photo …