Headlines June 21: Terrorist Ambush on Highway, US & Israel Cyber Security Agreement, Turkey & Israel Deal

Three Wounded, 12 Vehicles Damaged in Terrorist Ambush on Rt. 443. Security forces were alerted and arrived on the scene in time to kill one of the terrorists and wound two, one critically.
[The Jewish Press]


Turkey and Israel will this weekend announce a deal on normalizing ties, ending a six-year diplomatic crisis sparked by a deadly Israeli raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla in which 10 Turkish nationals died
[Arutz Sheva]


The Foreign Ministry on Monday evening rejected the European Union’s Foreign Affairs Council’s decision to adopt the French peace initiative.
[Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs]


A group of Muslim activists in Jerusalem, backed by the Palestinian Authority, have launched a new campaign to deter Muslims from selling property to Jews in the Israeli capital.
[Arutz Sheva]


The US and Israel will sign a new agreement to automate their sharing of cyber data. The new agreement will qualitatively take the speed of sharing to an entirely different level.
[The Jerusalem Post]