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Israeli Leaders React to Pending Iran Nuclear Deal

As the U.S. Congress is expected to vote soon on the Iran nuclear deal, Israeli leaders continue to express their concerns with that agreement. Sources close to Benjamin Netanyahu say the Prime Minister is confident that the American people understand the dangers of this deal.

Also this week in Israel in the News:

• President Obama likely has reached the number of votes needed to ensure approval of the Iran deal despite potential rejection by Congress.
• Meanwhile, Republican and Democrats lawmakers opposed to the deal are already looking into other ways to impact how the agreement is carried out.
• The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) conducted a raid this week in the West Bank in search of a wanted Hamas operative.

This week’s Israel in the News Perspective features The Fellowship’s Yael Eckstein on the everyday fears Israeli children face.

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