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Iran Nuclear Talks Deadline Extended Again

Iran’s growing demands took nuclear negotiations past yet another deadline Tuesday. Iran is now asking for an end to UN missile sanctions with U.S. officials becoming critical of the protracted talks.

Also this week in Israel in the News:

• Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed his growing concern on ISIS terrorist attacks that are increasingly coming closer to Israel’s borders.
• ISIS terrorists launch rockets into southern Israel as part of their attacks in Sinai.
• Israeli intelligence reported that Hamas and ISIS are now collaborating.
• Arial footage has revealed a large troop buildup in Russia along its border with Ukraine.

This week’s Israel in the News Perspective features Ami Farkas on fasting and waiting on God.

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