Protests are continuing at the Gaza-Israel border for the 22nd Friday in a row. The demonstrations by Palestinians started around the time U.S. President Trump announced the recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
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Meeting this week in Jerusalem, U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed how to stop Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
With a sharp decline in military activity on both sides of the Gaza Strip, Israel reopened the Kerem Shalom Crossing on Wednesday.
In another round of violence initiated by terrorists in Gaza, Hamas fired more than 180 rockets and mortars into southern Israel, injuring at least seven Israelis and causing damage to homes and infrastructure.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asked the world to help the people of Iran, while lambasting the Iranian government for wasting billions of dollars on war.