Headlines: ISIS Children App, Naqba Day Sirens, Bill Clinton on Peace Process

In Headlines by Gavriel Dan

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Bill Clinton went on the defensive over his record on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, as well as his wife’s, after a spectator at a Friday afternoon campaign event repeatedly pressed the former president on the issue. “I killed myself to give the Palestinians a state. I had a deal they turned down that would have given them all of Gaza,” Clinton said.
[Politico]

ISIS and Hezbollah have both released apps to teach young children to be terrorists.
[The Jewish Press]

 

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asked heads of diplomatic missions and religious communities on Thursday to encourage Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to accept his offer to talk peace.
[The Jerusalem Post]

 

In Palestinian Authority mosques throughout Judea and Samaria, the Arabs will be replacing their calls to prayer, incitement speeches and Islamic messages with the Naqba siren, at noon on Sunday.
[The Jewish Press]

 

An Islamic State operative snuck into the Gaza Strip through Hamas’ system of underground tunnels connecting the Palestinian-ruled area with the Sinai Peninsula, Israel said on Friday.
[The Jerusalem Post]

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