(Worthy News) – The head of the Shin Bet domestic security agency warned the FBI and the Pentagon of tensions in Jerusalem escalating to a full-fledged round of fighting between Israel and the Palestinians during the holy month of Ramadan, Ynet has learned on Sunday.
In his first official visit to Washington since taking the post five months ago, Shin Bet Director Ronen Bar met with FBI Director Christopher A. Wray and senior security officials to discuss the shared security challenges that Israel and the United States are facing, cementing technology transfer agreements, and sundry cybersecurity issues. The parties also exchanged thoughts about the war between Russia and Ukraine, albeit not on an official footing.
Ramadan, a time of heightened religious fervor, will start this year at the beginning of April and will overlap with the Jewish festival of Passover, which is expected to draw some 100,000 Jewish pilgrims to the capital.[ Source: Ynet News (Read More…) ]
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