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Netanyahu Reacts to Proposed Iranian Nuclear Deal

Israel is not happy with the proposed framework for a nuclear deal recently reached between Iran, the U.S., and five other world powers. While President Obama said the proposed deal will make the world a safer place, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the deal “poses a great danger” to Israel and the world.

Also this week in Israel in the News:

• The U.S. also refused to make the recognition of Israel’s right to exist part of the deal with Iran.
• The leader of the terrorist group, Hezbollah, has said this week that another war with Israel could be near.
• The online group Anonymous carried out its annual cyberattack on Israel earlier this week. The attacks have occurred every April 7th since 2013.
• More than 130,000 tourists flocked to Israel this week for the celebrations of Passover and Easter.

This week’s Israel in the News Perspective features The Fellowship’s David Kuner on the need for Christians and Jews to stand against radical Islamic terrorists.

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