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July 17, 2017- Syrian truce plan license for Iran foothold


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Headline: Terror attack on Jerusalem's Temple Mount, 2 Israeli police killed

Headline: Jordan demands Israel reopen mosque

Headline: Muslim authority protests Temple Mount security measures, blocks entrance

Headline: Arab-Israeli lawmaker warns of third intifada after Friday attack

Three terrorists opened fire on a group of policemen near Lions' Gate in Jerusalem’s Old City on Friday morning, killing two Israeli police officers and injuring two more before the attackers were killed by police. The attackers were later identified by the Shin Bet as 29-year-old Muhammad Ahmad Mahmoud Jabarin, Muhammad Ahmed Fadel Jabarin 19, and Muhammad Hamed 'Abd al-Latif Jabarin, 19, from Umm el-Fahm in northern Israel.  The assailants fled to the Temple Mount where they were killed by police officers. Israel Police spokeswoman Luba Samri said guns were found in their possession. Jerusalem Chief of Police Yoram Halevi has ordered the Temple mount closed and evacuated, and Friday prayers at the site were cancelled. All gates to the Old City of Jerusalem have been closed.
July 16, 2017,7340,L-4989376,00.html

Headline: Riots in Jerusalem

Police units on Monday evening dispersed rioters who fired fireworks directly at them, in the Silwan neighborhood of Jerusalem. Police units used non-lethal weapons and continue to patrol the areas. At the entrance of the neighborhood of Isawiah, a number of masked suspects threw firebombs and fired fireworks at police units patrolling the area. Police dispersed the rioters with non-lethal weapons. No injuries were reported. Earlier on Monday evening, dozens of Arabs threw stones and blocked the Maale Mota Gur road in Jerusalem. Police forces drove the rioters out using riot control measures. At the same time, dozens of Arabs gathered near the Lions' Gate and attacked policemen. The Arab riots are part of the Arab protest against the metal detectors at the entrances to the Temple Mount following the murderous attack on Friday. During the day, hundreds of Muslim worshipers came to the Al-Aqsa mosque but did not enter and prayed outside the Temple Mount to protest the placing of the magnetometers.This morning, police allowed Jews to go up to the Temple Mount for the first time since Friday's attack, in which two policemen were murdered. The Jews who came to the Mount were not accompanied by the Muslim Waqf, who usually chaperone Jewish tours of the area.
July 17, 2017

Headline: Jerusalem Comes Off the Table With Advance of “United Jerusalem Bill”

Legislation preventing the division of Jerusalem in a possible peace deal is advancing through the Knesset, making it increasingly unlikely that the holy city will become a Palestinian capital in the future. Nicknamed the “United Jerusalem Bill”, the bill was approved on Sunday morning by the Ministerial Committee for Legislation, allowing it to continue through to the Knesset floor. First proposed by Education Minister Naftali Bennett (Jewish Home), the bill places a large legal stumbling block before any parties hoping to split Jerusalem into separate Israeli and Palestinian territories in pursuit of a peace deal. If the bill is passed, a supermajority, or three-fourths, of Knesset members will be required to approve any negotiations calling for Jerusalem’s division, rather than the usual majority. Gaining the approval of three-fourths of the Knesset would be a difficult task.
July 16, 2017



Headline: Militants kill 5 police in complex attack in Egypt’s Sinai

Egyptian security officials say suspected Islamic militants have attacked police in the northern Sinai Peninsula, killing five of them and wounding another five. They say the militants opened fire on an army vehicle before setting it on fire in the city of el-Arish on Monday. When reinforcements arrived, the militants set off a roadside bomb. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to brief reporters.
July 17, 2017


Headline: Israel: Syrian truce plan license for Iran foothold

Israel waited 10 days from Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin’s announcement in Hamburg of their ceasefire plan for southwestern Syria along the borders with Jordan and Syria, before proclaiming its “total opposition” to the plan. On Sunday, July 16, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu announced publicly, after meeting President Emmanuel Macron in Paris, that the plan was unacceptable. An official in the party that accompanied him to the Elysée Palace explained to reporters that Israel objected to a truce that could be used as a vehicle for “perpetuating” Iran’s presence in Syria and on its own border. Iran is not just sending advisers to Syria, the official said, but large-scale military forces to establish in Syria an airbase for Iranian aircraft and a naval base for Iran's navy. “This already changes the picture in the region from what it has been up to now," he said. According to debkafile’s military and intelligence sources, Israel was finally galvanized into making an unqualified stand against the US-Russian ceasefire plan by discovering how it was being implemented: When last week Russian troops moved into Daraa in southern Syria to police the ceasefire in that embattled town, the Syrian army withdrew – but the Hizballah forces fighting with Assad’s army did not. A few days later, Hizballah’s elite Kalibat Radwan brigade was seen digging in at Daraa, 1km from the Jordanian border, and preparing to resume the offensive at a moment’s notice for driving Syrian rebels from the town. This was despite the assurances Washington and Moscow had broadcast that the departure of Iranian and Hizballah forces from the ceasefire zones would be ascertained. Since Quneitra is the next zone scheduled for the application of the ceasefire, Israel requested clarifications from Washington and Moscow. When they went unanswered, the Israeli prime minister proclaimed total objection to the plan before the Daraa template is replicated in an area abutting its Golan border.
July 17, 2017

Headline: Syrian army captures more oil wells in Raqqa province

The Syrian army supported by Iranian backed militias seized new oil fields in the desert in the southwest of Raqqa province on Monday in new advances against retreating Islamic state militants. The Syrian army said on state media they had taken al Daylaa oil field alongside the Zamla gas field in large stretches of territory the militant group have been pulling out of in recent weeks to defend their remaining possessions in Syria. On Saturday the army said they taken control of Wahab, al Fahd, Dbaysan, al-Qseer, Abu al Qatat and Abu Qatash oil fields and several other villages in the desert area that lies in the southwest of Raqqa province. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the Syrian army, supported by Iranian-backed militias from Iraq and Lebanon, was now on the edge of the Bushra chain of mountains, a main militant hideout 55 km west of Deir Zor city.
July 17, 2017



Headline: Defiant Erdogan attacks EU, backs restoring death penalty

President Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday defiantly stepped up his attacks on the European Union, saying Turkey had to go its own way and vowing to bring back the death penalty if parliament passed it. At the opening ceremony of a memorial dedicated to the roughly 250 people who died in last year's failed coup, Erdogan accused Brussels of "messing about" with Turkey's decades-long bid to join the bloc. The speech in the early hours of Sunday wound up a marathon session of public appearances by Erdogan in both the capital and Istanbul overnight to mark the anniversary of last year's defeated coup. "The stance of the European Union is clear to see … 54 years have passed and they are still messing us about," he said, citing what he said was Brussels' failure to keep promises on everything from a visa deal to aid for Syrian migrants. "We will sort things out for ourselves. There's no other option."
July 16, 2017


Headline: Iran's Revolutionary Guards Warn US Against Terrorist Designation, New Sanctions

Headline: Iran’s army chief of staff threatens to target US forces in the region

A senior commander in Iran's Revolutionary Guards warned the United States on Monday that if it designated the group a terrorist organization and applied new sanctions its action could be perilous for U.S. forces in the region. U.S. officials said earlier this year that President Donald Trump's administration was considering a proposal that could lead to potentially categorizing the powerful Revolutionary Guards as a terrorist organization. In Mid-June the U.S. Senate voted for new sanctions on Iran over its ballistic missile program and other activities not related to the international nuclear agreement reached with the United States and other world powers in 2015. To become law, the legislation must pass the House of Representatives and be signed by Trump. "Counting the Revolutionary Guards the same as terrorist groups and applying similar sanctions to the Revolutionary Guards is a big risk for America and its bases and forces deployed in the region," said Armed Forces Chief of Staff Major General Mohammad Baqeri, according to Sepah News, an official news site of the Guards.
July 17, 2017


Headline: Afghan forces retake district in southern province of Helmand

Afghan security forces backed by U.S. air strikes have retaken a southern district from the Taliban as part of a drive to weaken the insurgents' hold on Helmand province and push them back from around its capital, Lashkar Gah, officials said on Monday. A two-day offensive, supported by numerous air strikes from U.S. F-16 fighters and Apache helicopters, launched on Saturday saw security forces take the district centre of Nawa, to the south of Lashkar Gah, officials said. More than 50 fighters were killed and vehicles and equipment were destroyed, said defence ministry spokesman General Dawlat Waziri. Over 100 improvised explosive devices were also disabled, Task Force Southwest, the U.S. Marine Corps-led training and assistance mission in Helmand said in a statement.
July 17, 2017,7340,L-4990545,00.html


Headline: Venezuela opposition turns heat up on Maduro with strike call

Venezuela's opposition called on Monday for a national shutdown against President Nicolas Maduro in a major escalation of protests against a leftist government it accuses of flouting the people's will. "We are not going to allow the destruction of Venezuela. The whole country overwhelmingly rejects the Maduro regime," said opposition leader Freddy Guevara, announcing the first 24-hour strike in nearly four months of anti-government demonstrations that have led to some 100 deaths. The opposition – which wants restaurants, shops and transport to come to a standstill on Thursday – said it would also take steps to set up a "national unity" government and name new alternative judges to the pro-Maduro Supreme Court. That raised the possibility of a parallel state structure to challenge government-controlled institutions. The opposition said it brought 7.6 million people out on Sunday for an unofficial vote intended to de-legitimize a man they call a dictator. Maduro's foes are demanding a presidential election and want to stop his plan to create a controversial new legislative super-body called a Constituent Assembly in a July 30 vote.
July 16, 2017

Headline: 8 killed in Nigeria suicide bombing

Eight people were killed on Monday when a female suicide bomber detonated her explosives at a mosque in northeast Nigeria, in the latest attack in the restive region. The head of the Borno state emergency management agency, Ahmed Satomi, said the blast happened at about 5:30 a.m. in the London Ciki area of Maiduguri, which has been at the epicenter of Boko Haram violence since 2009.
“She killed eight people and injured 15 others. The mosque was being guarded by civilian JTF (joint task force militia) during prayers,” he told AFP. “Unknown to them, the girl was being pursued from another part of town by residents who were suspicious of her movement at the time. “When she approached the mosque, they demanded that she stop to be searched, but she suddenly bolted into the mosque and set off her bombs.” Three other female suicide bombers were located in Maiduguri at about the same time, said Satomi. Two were killed in the Mammanti area, as they tried to cross the ditch around the city perimeter while another set off her explosives in the suburb of Simari, he added. Borno state Police Commissioner Damian Chukwu said the first two were killed shortly before midnight while the third was intercepted shortly after.

July 17, 2017


Headline: Massive eruption of the 'Mountain of God' volcano in Tanzania is IMMINENT

A massive eruption of the 'Mountain of God' volcano in Tanzania is imminent – and it could wipe out key sites in human history, scientists have warned. Also known as Ol Doinyo Lengai, the 7,650ft (2,331m) volcano is less than 70 miles away from where footprints left by our ancestors 3.6 million years ago have been discovered.Researchers studying the tremors of the volcano have now warned it may erupt 'any second', destroying the invaluable sites forever.In January of this year, the scientists recorded a shudder in their data, indicating that parts of the volcano were lifting upwards. 'Several subsequent signals were also seen in real-time with additional on-the-ground observations by our local technician,' Dr Sarah Stamps, a geophysicist at Virginia Tech, told National Geographic.  'These signals prompted rapid responses by our team to install three new real-time stations.' Further signals, including an increase in gas emissions and earthquakes, have led the scientists to conclude that an eruption is now 'imminent'. 'Imminent in our case means in one second, in a few weeks, a couple of months, or a year or more,' said Dr Stamps. 'There are increased ash emissions, earthquakes, uplift at small volcanic cones, and an ever widening crack at the top of the volcano on the west side.
July 16, 2017

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