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National Edition News cover for May 26, 2015 - Israel keeps women from war’s front lines: An Israeli woman soldier prepares for a military training session near Jerusalem, Feb. 20, 2007. The past ten years have seen an important shift in the way the Israeli army views its female conscripts, allowing them out of the clerical or support jobs to which they were traditionally confined and making room for them on the battlefield. But the revolution has its critics. Many in the army say inserting women into combat units causes damage that Israel's military can little afford. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty)

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Israeli Ambassador Ron Dermer says that a U.S. deal to allow Iran to have nuclear material paves the way for the Islamic Republic to build a bomb. (Invision/Associated Press)

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers a speech during a ceremony honouring World War II veterans and marking the 70th anniversary of the Allied victory over Nazi Germany at the Armoured Corps Memorial and Museum at Latrun Junction near Jerusalem, Thursday May 7, 2015. (Jack Guez/Pool Photo via AP)

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Rusty Humphries in Israel

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Palestinians chant slogans during a protest organized by the Palestinian Youth Organization, calling for an end to political division, reopening of the Rafah crossing border and the reconstruction of destroyed houses that were damaged in last summer's Israel-Hamas war, in Gaza City , in the northern Gaza Strip, Wednesday, April 29, 2015. (AP Photo/Adel Hana)

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The White House tweeted this diagram defending the Iran nuclear deal, including a cartoon bomb similar to one used by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to warn against an agreement.

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stopped short of explicitly calling on Congress to stop the deal in its tracks, but he did make clear that, in his opinion, the agreement in its current form endangers Israel and guarantees that Iran will remain a destructive force in the Middle East. (Associated Press)

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Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu makes statements during a press conference at the prime minister's office in Jerusalem, Wednesday, April 1, 2015. (AP Photo/Debbie Hill, Pool)

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Israeli police officers secure a destroyed house that was hit by a rocket fired by Palestinians militants from Gaza, in Yahud, a Tel Aviv suburb near the airport, central Israel, Tuesday, July 22, 2014. As a result, Delta Air Lines and U.S. Airlines decided to cancel their scheduled flights to Israel. (Associated Press) **FILE**

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chairs the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem on March 29, 2015. (Associated Press) **FILE**

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National Edition Opinion cover for March 24, 2015 - How a bad Iran deal could destroy Israel (Illustration by Kevin Kreneck/Tribune Content Agency)

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Illustration on the Iranian nuclear threat to Israel by Kevin Kreneck/Tribune Content Agency

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Ann Coulter took to Fox News Thursday night to jab the network for fixating on how long it took President Obama to congratulate Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for his re-election, asking: "Has John Hinckley called to congratulate Ronald Reagan yet?" (Fox News via Mediaite)

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu greets supporters at the party's election headquarters in Tel Aviv on March 18, 2015. (Associated Press) **FILE**

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Benjamin Netanyahu's fervent criticism of the Obama administration's pursuit of an Iran nuclear deal is likely to continue to strain Israel's alliance with Washington. (Associated Press)

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu prays at the tunnel section of the Western Wall in Jerusalem Wednesday, March 18, 2015. Netanyahu’s right-wing Likud Party scored a resounding victory in Israel’s election, final results showed Wednesday, a stunning turnaround after a tight race that had put his lengthy rule in jeopardy. (AP Photo/Emeil Salman)

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu greets supporters at the party's election headquarters in Tel Aviv. Wednesday, March 18, 2015. Netanyahu's ruling Likud Party scored a resounding victory in the country's election, final results showed Wednesday, a stunning turnaround after a tight race that had put his lengthy rule in jeopardy.(AP Photo/Dan Balilty)

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National Edition News cover for March 18, 2015 - Netanyahu quickly declares win despite election tie with Herzog: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu greets supporters at the party's election headquarters In Tel Aviv. Wednesday, March 18, 2015. Exit polls from Israel’s national elections showed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party nearly deadlocked with Isaac Herzog’s center-left Zionist Union. (AP Photo/Dan Balilty)

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu greets supporters at the party's election headquarters In Tel Aviv. Wednesday, March 18, 2015. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty)

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends a Likud party meeting in Or Yehuda near Tel Aviv on March 16, 2015, a day ahead of legislative elections. (Associated Press) **FILE**