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Netanyahu Takes Anti-Nuke Deal Message to US Jewish Leaders

sraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed U.S. Jewish leaders via a webcast earlier this week to explain why the Iran nuclear deal is bad. Fellowship supporters have sent more than 50,000 letters urging U.S. lawmakers to reject the Iran deal.

Also this week in Israel in the News:
• Debate over the Iran nuclear deal continues as the U.S. Congress vote looms.
• Israeli police are cracking down on Jewish extremists in the wake of a violent week.
• The Fellowship is helping Druze refugees in Jordan who have fled the violence in Syria.

This week’s Israel in the News Perspective features The Fellowship’s founder and President Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein on how Israel is united against acts by extremists.

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