Headlines June 7: Rare Coins Found, Iran Accuses Saudi Arabia, US Promises More Israel Aid

In Headlines by Gavriel Dan

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Susan Rice criticizes Israel but promises largest aid package in history
[i24 News]

 

NGO presents MK Glick with nearly 100,000 signatures of the Jerusalem Covenant affirming Jerusalem is the eternal Biblical capital of the Jews.
[Arutz Sheva]

 

Israel has challenged the accuracy and objectivity of a report submitted by the Palestinians to the World Health Organization (WHO), saying it is riddled with misleading or false captions to photos accusing the Jewish state of wrongdoing.
[Ynet News]

 

The Smith Research Center poll, commissioned by the “Commanders for Israel’s Security” movement, reveals that 57 percent of Israelis who don’t reside in Jerusalem fear visiting the city amid the months-long wave of Palestinian stabbing, car-ramming, and shooting terror attacks against Jewish Israelis.
[JP Updates]

 

Speaker of Iran’s Parliament claims Saudi Arabia shared intelligence with Israel during the Second Lebanon War in 2006.
[Arutz Sheva]

 

Anxious Callers Can Now Track Israeli MDA Ambulances Via GPS
[The Jewish Press]

 

A Rare Cache of Silver Coins Dating to the Hasmonean Period was Discovered in Modi‘in
[Israel Antiquities Authority]

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