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YWN Eretz Yisroel Morning News Roundup 3/25/08

kosel3.jpg(Yechiel Spira – YWN Israel)


*Security remains high with fears Hizbullah is still planning a major terror attack as the Islamic 40th mourning day for slain senior commander Imad Mughniyeh passes without incident.

*Northern District border police recovered a truck carrying some 120 head of cattle stolen from a Golan Heights community, apparently on their way to PA areas.

*Defense Minister Ehud Barak following a major address by Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah stated his threats must be taken very seriously.

*Israeli officials are warning residents planning to travel abroad for Pesach to exhibit vigilance regarding efforts by Islamic radicals to perpetrate attacks against Israeli targets.

*Yesterday (Monday) was a day of renewed rocket attacks into the Sderot area.

*IDF soldiers working with Shin Bet agents on Monday arrested a Fatah member southeast of Tulkarem involved in illegal weapons dealings.


*Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fisher on Monday lowered the interest to 3.25%, the lowest in the nation’s history.

*Health Minister Ben-Yizri congratulated two new bills intended to encourage Israelis to agree to become organ donors.

*Jordan’s official PETRA News Agency reported that Israel on Monday returned the remains of a Jordanian soldier killed near Anata in the June 1967 War. The hand-over took place at the Allenby Bridge Crossing to Jordan.

Air force medical officials continue to check personnel following the reports of carcinogenic substance in the cockpit of F16i fighter aircraft.

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