Israel's secret attack on Syria, Jewish resistance hero identified, and more!
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Highlights from today’s newsletter:
Why Zedekiah’s Cave in Israel is so unique (video)
Jewish resistance hero identified 80 years after Nazi execution (article)
How to keep your Hebrew kosher (podcast)
Why New York City Mayor Eric Adams is visiting Israel (article)
Judaism and capital punishment (video)
🔝 Today’s Top Story
With Iran’s dangerous influence spreading across the Middle East, and its obvious aspirations to develop nuclear weapons, everyone is wondering: Will Israel preemptively strike the Iranians if they get close enough to a nuke?
Turns out, there’s a precedent for Israel preemptively attacking a country trying to amass a nuclear arsenal. Back in 2007, after the Mossad (Israel’s intelligence agency) discovered that Syria developed a nuclear reactor, the Israelis knew they had only one option: to destroy it quickly and quietly.
The only questions were: Who would do it? How would they do it? And what would Syria’s response be?