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Hamas able to fire a rocket near a bus full of IDF soldiers, one man killed.
"Each one of us must bear mutual responsibility, read chapters of Psalms and strengthen Torah learning for peace for the nation of Israel," the rabbi said.
Many of the calls are from parents living in the Gaza border community’s in the south.
As rockets continue to strike southern Israel, residents in central and northern Israel are working to provide respite and safety to those under fire
IDF attacked more than 120 Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad targets through out Saturday night after the southern Israel was bombarded with over 300 rockets.
58-year-old man killed by rocket fire; over 430 rockets fired; 220 targets struck in Gaza.
“If you say two state, it means one thing to the Israelis and one thing to the Palestinians, so we said let’s just not say it, let’s just work on the details of what it means,” he said.
The operation marked an escalation on one of the most complicated theaters of the multi-sided Syrian war.
The founder of the party, called Reform and Development Party, is Ashraf Jabari, 45, who belongs to a prominent clan from Hebron.
Through an ISIS insurgency, government tension and tourism demands, Sinai’s Bedouins struggle to preserve their timeless way of life.
"If there is going to be a repeat of the Holocaust, it will not be in Europe - here people have matured - but in the Middle East."
Turkey and the United States, NATO allies, have been at odds over Ankara's move to buy the Russian S-400s.
The infestation started on Sunday, when masses of the insect were reported to have come from Sudan and Eritrea following unusually heavy rainfall in the region.
Iraq recently launched another major operation in Hamreen mountains. But ISIS has struck where it can. It murdered a Kurdish member of the local security forces earlier this week.
“Our position is very clear on the issue of Palestine, we want to make sure that resolution 2334 is faithfully implemented.”
The ceremony comes to state that "War Is Not an Act of Fate – But a Choice of Man," according to Combatants for Peace.
Qatar, the world's leading exporter of liquefied natural gas, is at odds with other Gulf Arab states who are strong supporters of tighter US sanctions on Iran.
"This exhibition is a true reflection of the situation in Gaza," al-Jabali told MEMO.
Member of 300,000-strong community who fled Islamic Republic describes life under oppressive regime.
Madrassas often leave students unprepared for the work force, but also have been seen as hotbeds for extremism.