For the first time in history a sitting Israeli President is visiting the United Arab Emirates, Iranian Rebels Interrupt Visit By Firing a Ballistic Missile

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For the first time in history a sitting Israeli President is visiting the United Arab Emirates to mark a historic step forward in the peace agreements Israel recently signed with its Arab neighbors. But Iranian-backed rebels interrupted the visit by attacking the Emirati capital with a ballistic missile — a sign that regional tensions are escalating. Here’s what you need to know.

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JERUSALEM, Israel – Israeli leaders insist they will not allow Iran to get a nuclear weapon. For years, the overshadowing question has been whether Israel would take pre-emptive action to cripple or destroy the regime’s nuclear program.

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As co-author of “Israel Vs. Iran: The Shadow War”, he examined the potential for an attack on Iran’s nuclear program.

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