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Middle East

Defense Minister Liberman: ‘I suggest that no one test our patience’

BREAKING: Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman met in Washington with US Defense Secretary James Mattis and addressed the incident in the Golan Heights, in which the IDF returned fire after a rocket from Syria exploded on the Israeli side of the border:

“Any violation of the sovereignty of the State of Israel will be met with a determined response, just as the IDF acted a short time ago when it attacked in Syria as a result of the spillover of fire into the Golan Heights earlier today. We view the Assad regime as responsible for everything that is happening in its territory, and I suggest that our patience and our red lines not be tested. We have no intention of ignoring any attempt to violate the peace and security of Israeli citizens, as happened this morning in the north,” he stressed.


IDF responds to stray projectile from Syria

The IDF stated on Thursday that an errant projectile from fighting in Syria landed inside Israel’s northern Golan Heights. No damage or injuries were reported.

In response, the IDF attacked the source of the projectile.

The IDF said it struck the source of the errant fire and reiterated its policy that considers the Syrian government responsible for whatever occurs within its territory.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu commented on the attack during a ceremony marking the 50th anniversary of the liberation of the Jordan Valley on Thursday evening.


“Our eastern line of defense starts here in this place. And if we were not here, Teheran and Hamastan would be; we will not allow this to happen,” he said.

“We see what is happening a short distance north of here, when they take up a position—or try to—over the border. We have a clear policy:

Whoever tries to hurt us, we will hurt them. We will not tolerate ‘trickles’ and if they attack us, we return fire, and this does not take a lot of time.”

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BREAKING: Egyptian media is reporting multiple Israeli drone strikes targeting ISIS terrorists in north Sinai and the Egyptian Rafah.

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BREAKING: For the second time today, incoming rocket alert sirens blare in IDF bases in the northern Golan Heights, likely due to errant fire from fighting in neighboring Syria.

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BREAKING: PM Netanyahu discussed Kurdistan referendum and latest developments in the region with Russia’s President Putin in a phone-call.

“There was a thorough discussion of ways to resolve the Syrian crisis, the situation surrounding Iran’s nuclear program and the results of the referendum in Iraqi Kurdistan,” the statement reads.

Hamas destroys 5500-year-old Pharaonic site

❌ Just like ISIS, Hamas destroys archaeological sites. Now it destroys Tel Sakan, a 5500-year-old Pharaonic site, and gave the land to its loyalists.

Hamas is ISIS.


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BREAKING: 2 more Muslim terrorists from Gaza who joined ISIS in Sinai (one of them was a former Hamas terrorist), were eliminated during counter-terrorism operations by the Egyptian army in the Sinai Peninsula.

Hamas is ISIS.

Netanyahu: Iranian military buildup in Syria won’t be tolerated

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu in Jerusalem; Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman also attended the meeting.

The meeting mostly dealt with Iran’s attempt to establish itself militarily in Syria. Prime Minister Netanyahu told Russian Defense Minister Shoigu, “Iran needs to understand that Israel will not allow this.”

The issue of the Iranian nuclear agreement was also raised. Prime Minister Netanyahu said that Iran will have an arsenal of nuclear weapons within 8-10 years if the deal is not changed.


The online life of an ISIS jihadi bride

SYRIA: Officials have seized the laptop of an ISIS bride-terrorist, to reveal she was baking recipes, listening to Muslim sermons and collating an enormous stash of porn from western websites.

The Flemish speaking Belgian of Moroccan descent terrorist was captured in Raqqa.

Her personal computer was confiscated by a resistance group within ISIS territory called Ahrar al-Furat.

Away from using the internet to map out her sexual relationships with a terrorist, she kept herself up to date with Ajax’s results in the Netherlands, binged on Pirates of the Caribbean and researched the war in Afghanistan.

She watched videos of American war ships battering Taliban terrorists in the country in what analysts believe was an attempt to re-confirm her radicalization.

The hard drive was made available to the Daily Beast, who unsurprisingly discovered piles of videos from jihadist clerics.

She also used the internet to keep in touch with Muslim terrorists back in Belgium and used Facebook to message her friends.

Before she was captured alive in Raqqa, the jihadi bride appeared to be questioning her future with ISIS and plotting her escape.


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