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Israel and Africa: Building Bridges of Friendship

UPDATE 10 am Israel time Friday: An attempted infiltration from northern Gaza was thwarted by IDF overnight as soldiers captured a Palestinian terrorist who breached the Gaza security fence. Two Qassam rockets were fired into southern Israel from Gaza yesterday–one … Continue reading

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