* Meet The Tiny Village in Samaria That Could Break Up The Entire Israeli Government A confrontation between the new Israeli government and Jews living in the newly constructed town of Evyatar in Samaria was cleared up with a positive and creative solution.
Tuesday, June 29, 2021
* Israel’s new leadership likely to advance Abraham Accords, put Palestinians on back burner – analysis Dealing with the Palestinian issue could “lead to the government’s breakup in a year-and-a-half to two years,” analyst says.
* Hamas leader Haniyeh meets Hezbollah chief Nasrallah in Beirut Two terror group heads said to have discussed recent fighting between Israel and Gaza-based terror groups.
* Fatah calls for an “expansion of confrontation” with Israel, prides itself that “all Fatah frameworks” have been involved in “the popular resistance in all places” Abbas reveres terrorists: “Blessings to the Martyrs, the prisoners, the wounded”.
* Amid uproar, US denies change in policy recognizing Golan Heights as Israeli After false story picked up by some Hebrew media, Lapid says people spreading rumors are deliberately trying to undermine new Israeli government and ties to US.
* The Iran Nuclear Deal Isn’t the Problem. Iran Is. If and when a return to the agreement is reached, the Biden administration will also need to counter Iran’s escalating efforts in the Middle East.
* Egypt, Iraq, Jordan summit could be good news for MidEast An important summit between Egypt, Jordan and Iraq saw them seek to increase security and economic cooperation.
* "Beat, Raped, and Left for Dead": The Persecution of Christians, May 2021 The boy eventually met up with his mother, and they went searching for Pastor Thomas. According to the wife, "As we continued doing the search, we found my husband in a pool of blood, beheaded and his tongue removed."
* Lapid inaugurates UAE embassy on 1st official visit, thanks Netanyahu and Trump Foreign minister calls on all countries in region to ‘come talk to us’; Emirati culture minister closes her speech with Hebrew greeting.
* Macron, Merkel and 15 other EU leaders defend LGBT rights amid row over new Hungarian law A group of 17 EU leaders, including French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, have signed a joint letter in defense of the LGBT+ community amid a raging controversy over Hungary's new anti-LGBT law.
Posted by Shofar Communications at 11:09 AM