Prime Minister Netanyahu is midway through his India tour, holding numerous meetings with Indian businesspeople and political officials, signing agreements and memorandums of understanding in the fields of security, cyber security, agriculture, education, trade, innovation and much more.
Watch Amir’s teaching “He Who Promised is Faithful” from his last ministry tour in the United States.
The Palestinian Central Council voted to suspend recognition of Israel as the Palestinians continue their efforts against the Israel and the United States.
Prime Minister Netanyahu finished his first day of his India tour, meeting with Prime Minister Modi, giving a speech at the India-Israel Business Summit attended by hundreds of business people from both Israel and India.
The most recent Hamas tunnel was built under the Kerem Shalom border crossing, the IDF confirming the tunnel was located using technology implemented along the underground barrier built on the border with the Strip.
Prime Minister Netanyahu will travel to India with a trade delegation from Israel on Sunday, the six-day tour to include meetings with Indian political and security officials and to center on increasing trade and business between both countries.
Chief of the Mossad Yossi Cohen addressed developments in Iran and the Islamic Republic’s “dramatically extremist ambitions” in the region, reporting that the Mossad “have eyes, ears and even more inside Iran.”
Prime Minister Netanyahu called for gradual cuts in funds to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA), following the United States announcement it would be decrease aid to the United Nations.
A senior Egyptian intelligence officer recently called on Egyptians to recognize Ramallah as a future Palestinian capital, stating “[If] Ramallah will be the capital of Palestine, to end the war and so no one else dies, then we [Egypt] would go for it.”
Israel is set to launch the world’s first autonomous nanosatellites to be flown in controlled formation towards the end of 2018.