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WTF? ISIS apologizes for attacking Israeli soldiers

And here I thought Muslims see Jews and Israel as their enemy.

Silly me.

Judah Ari Gross reports for The Times of Israel that on April 22, 2017, at an event in the northern Israeli city of Afula, Israel’s former defense minister Moshe Ya’alon was interviewed on stage by Eli Levi, a Channel 10 news correspondent. 417 more words


ISIS Apologizes to Israel After Mistakenly Attacking Them

It has long since been suspected that ISIS has ties to Israel. They only attack the enemies of Israel but never attack Israel itself – despite being Islamic extremists. 235 more words


According to Moshe Yaalon Israel’s military policy successfully deterring ISIL: Why is Israel going easy on ISIL?

As a follow up to his revelation that ISIL apologized to Israel for launching rockets into the Golan,1 former Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon has commented further on the matter. 785 more words


ISIS Apparently 'Apologized' To Israel For Recent Skirmish With Israel Defense Forces

The Times of Israel is reporting that former Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon has said that the Islamic State terror group “apologized” for a November 2016 skirmish with the Israel Defense Forces. 217 more words

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Former Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon says ISIL apologized to Israel for a cross border attack

While being interviewed, former Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon made some revealing comments. Speaking of rocket attacks originating from Syria against the Golan, which is occupied by Israel, he said “ 522 more words


Ya'alon admits tacit Israel-Daesh alliance: Report

Israel’s former minister of military affairs Moshe Ya’alon has admitted to a tacit alliance with Daesh, saying the Takfiri group had “immediately apologized” to Tel Aviv after firing “once” into Israel.   529 more words

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Bogie Ya'alon: "I remain loyal to the way of Likud party founders Ze’ev Jabotinsky and Menachem Begin, but...the party has “changed its face.” 

Former defense minister Ya’alon officially quits Likud
by Jacob Magid
March 12, 2017

Former defense minister Moshe “Bogie” Ya’alon on Sunday formally submitted his resignation from the Likud, as he gears up to form his own party and challenge Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. 55 more words

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