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Three IDF Soldiers Injured in Car-Ramming Attack

Car-ramming attack on IDF, November 26, 2018 (Photo: Hatzalah Lelo Gvulot)

Three Israel Defense Forces (IDF) soldiers were injured in a terror attack Monday when a Palestinian man drove a vehicle into a group of them. After striking the group, injuring three, the driver was shot. Hamas officials hailed the attack as a “heroic action.”

  • Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, while speaking at the annual Islamic Unity Conference in Teheran last week, called Israel “cancerous,” and called on Muslims to unite against the U.S. for supporting Israel.
  • The Trump administration will press the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to look into findings that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu presented to the U.N. earlier this year documenting Iran’s attempts to build a nuclear arsenal.
  • In his role as Defense Minister, Netanyahu visited a group of elite IDF commandos this week during a ten-day drill, calling them the “best answer” to anti-Semitism.
  • The Fellowship continues to care for Israel’s elderly with its program “With Dignity and Fellowship,” providing food, community, and learning.

This week’s Israel in the News Perspective features The Fellowship’s Ami Farkas on the lessons of Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights.

 

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