Here are the stories covered in today's ZION news:
- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has just scheduled a one-on-one meeting with President Donald Trump for next month. Talks of relocating the United States embassy to Jerusalem reportedly reopened.
- The Israeli government has ordered Jewish squatters to be evacuated from the buildings they illegally occupied last month in Hebron.
- The Israeli Defense Ministry recently purchased seventeen new F-35 stealth jets. The purchase was made under former U.S. President Barack Obama’s deal with Israel.
- Former Senior Air Force Commander Col. (Res.) Kobi Regev spoke at the ILTV studio about the new F-35 jets that Israel is set to receive.
- United Nations Chief Antonio Guterres landed in Israel for his first visit as the sitting head of the U.N. He’ll be meeting with leaders on both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
- Thousands of Muslim pilgrims from all over the world gathered in Mecca to complete their annual Hajj pilgrimage. The Saudi government broke its own blockade of Qatar to allow pilgrims to make the journey.
- Israeli courts have just convicted five family members of the terrorist who brutally stabbed and murdered three Israelis in the Halamish settlement last month.
- CEO of ITsMine Kfir Kimhi spoke at the ILTV studio about this Israeli company that provides cutting edge, efficient digital protection.
- San Francisco attorney Corey Harris launched a fundraiser to ironically “sponsor” the alt-right members of the nationalist rally -- and then donated the proceeds to an organization that fights hate speech with activism.
- Deciding that there have been enough serious protests in the world, nearly a hundred young Israelis rallied in front of Tel Aviv’s City Hall in defense of Ross Geller from the TV show "Friends" and whether he and Rachel were on a break when he "cheated" on her.
- Learn a new Hebrew word every day. Today’s word is "sheli," written שלי, which means "mine."
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