Carter will participate in a ceremony marking the delivery to the Israel Air Force of the first two F-35 stealth fighter jets from the U.S.
Sources describe the prime minister's eldest son as a volatile man who has an increasingly strong influence on his father's opinions, pushing him further to the right. 'Sara talks about him as though he’s the next prime minister.'
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Anas Abu Da’abes was detained for three days after writing two satirical Facebook posts before state prosecutors determined that police mistranslated his posts, meant to criticize those who supported arsonists.
State Comptroller Joseph Shapira is poised to say that Netanyahu did not sufficiently stress Hamas’ tunnel threat, but the prime minister will strive to keep details from getting out.
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Israel reportedly attacked Hezbollah-bound arms convoys in Syria, under the watchful eye of Russia's advanced radar and air-defense missiles.
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Internal struggles among Iraqi and Syrian Kurds belie a widespread belief that they might cooperate – so far they can’t even determine common strategic goals.
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