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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

Israel under fire - IDF responds

28 Jul 2014

At least 4 Israelis killed and more wounded in mortar attack on kibbutz in Eshkol region near Gaza Strip. IDF denies involvement in blast at Shifa Hospital in Gaza, stating that the site was struck by failed rocket attacks launched by Gaza terrorists.

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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

Behind the headlines: Hamas' terror tunnels

22 Jul 2014

The Hamas tunnel industry used to be a well-known conduit for smuggling weapons, goods, funds and terrorists into the Gaza Strip. Now Hamas is using their tunneling know-how for a far more sinister purpose: terrorist attacks on Israeli territory.

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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

Hamas' use of civilians as human shields

20 Jul 2014

Hamas takes advantage of the fact that the IDF avoids attacking targets where it is know there are civilians.

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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

Operation Protective Edge: The facts

23 Jul 2014

Operation Protective Edge will continue until its goals are reached - restoring sustained peace and quiet to the citizens of Israel, while striking hard at the terrorist infrastructure of Hamas and the other Palestinian terrorist groups in Gaza.

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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

Keeping special populations safe from missiles

16 Jul 2014

The task of assuring physical and emotional security during times of conflict is especially challenging at residences for the disabled and the elderly.

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MASHAV
Israel-Kenya-Germany Cooperation in Lake Victoria15 Jul 2014

The three parties signed an agreement to implement the second phase of the trilateral tilapia cooperation to enhance sustainable ways of protecting Lake Victoria environment by creating alternative livelihoods for the communities living around the lake.

MASHAV Publishes its 2013 Annual Report
Cooperating Out of Poverty