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A handout picture released by the Syrian Arab News Agency on December 18, 2017 shows Syrian President Bashar al-Assad speaking to the press after receiving a Russian delegation in Damascus

Israeli Official: Assad Regime in Danger if Syria Allows Iran to Attack Jewish State

Israel views Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime as the weak link in the Iranian-Shi’a axis, and Assad should keep that in mind when weighing whether or not to let Iran set up military bases in his country or transfer precision missiles to Hezbollah, National Infrastructure, Energy and Water Minister Yuval Steinitz said on Monday.

The Solitaire ship, that lays down an underwater natural gas pipeline in Finnish gulf, 200 km. (125 miles) west of St.Petersburg during Russian premier Vladimir Putin's visit to the ship, Russia, Monday, Sept. 20, 2010. The pipeline will link Russia's Baltic coast with that of Germany bypassing transit countries. (AP …

Israel, European Nations to Ink Gas Pipeline Deal

Israel and European nations will sign a memorandum of understanding on Tuesday to advance the construction of the world’s longest underwater gas pipeline, the financial news outlet Globes reported.

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Israel on High Alert for Cyber Attacks Following Global Onslaught

In order to ensure Israel’s preparedness against the ongoing threat, National Infrastructure, Energy and Water Minister Yuval Steinitz declared an increased state of cyber alert for the country’s energy and water infrastructure on Saturday afternoon.

Yuval Steinitz, the Israeli Minister of National Infrastructures, Energy and Water Resources, talks to the press at the prime minister's office in Jerusalem on August 13, 2015, announcing a major agreement between Israels government and a consortium including US firm Noble Energy on natural gas production in the Mediterranean Sea.

Israeli And Egyptian Ministers Meet For First Time In Years

The Jerusalem Post reports:  National Infrastructure, Energy and Water Minister Yuval Steinitz (pictured) met in Washington on Thursday with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry for the first meeting between ministers of the two countries in a number of years. The

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In Backing Iran Deal, New York Times Lies About Israel’s View

On Wednesday, David Horovitz, the liberal editor of the Times of Israel called the emerging Iran deal: “A bad deal. Far, far worse than no deal at all.” Also on Wednesday, the liberal editorial board of the New York Times called the Iran framework “a very serious and potentially groundbreaking deal,” and claimed that Israel had offered “offers no workable options.” In order to arrive at that conclusion, however, the Times had to rely on a different set of facts from Horovitz–facts it invented.

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Israel Mulls Military Option Against Iran

A senior Israeli official told the media on Monday that Jerusalem is still considering military action against the Islamic Republic of Iran as a feasible option, regardless of Tehran’s ongoing nuclear negotiations with the P5+1 world powers.

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Israel Warns of ‘Military Option’ as Iran Talks Drag On

As talks over a nuclear deal with Iran continued past self-imposed deadlines, Israel’s intelligence minister has warned that the military option is on the table–and noted that Israel does not need U.S. cooperation to carry out a pre-emptive strike.