Headlines June 1: Anti-BDS Drive at UN, 33 Terrorists Arrested, EU Warns Israel

Israel Launches Anti-Boycott Drive At The UN, In The Face Of Growing Acceptance Of BDS Movement

EU Warns Israel: Policy of Demolishing Palestinian Homes in Area C Will Harm Relations

Israel is set to sign an agreement with the Ukrainian government to provide thousands of Ukrainian construction workers with temporary work visas for Israel.
[The Jerusalem Post]

33 suspected terrorists arrested during police raid in eastern Jerusalem
[Arutz Sheva]

Jerusalem city hall orders halt to illegal Waqf construction on Temple Mount
[Times of Israel]

Israel Backs Saudi West Bank Peace Plan

3,300-year-old Egyptian amulet found by students in Tzipori, Israel

Headlines: 16 Terrorists Arrested, Woman and Children Saved From Palestinian

Israeli Border Guard police and IDF security forces captured 16 wanted fugitives, including 2 senior Hamas officials, overnight in various locations across Judea and Samaria.
[The Jewish Press]


Israeli woman and her three children brought home after being stuck with abusive Palestinian for 15 years.
[Arutz Sheva]


President Abbas welcomes Sissi’s support for the French peace initiative; a senior Palestinian official doubts that an Israeli unity government would make a difference on the diplomatic front.


A delegation of 130 businessmen, researchers, and government officials from Ontario, Canada is visiting Israel. Representatives from the delegation are expected to sign new agreements worth $87 million for developing joint technological ventures.


Israel will continue to use precision strike and intelligence capabilities to damage the build-up of force among its enemies, Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon vowed on Tuesday.
[The Jerusalem Post]