Weekly Security Review November 13th

Trump to work for 'just, lasting' Mideast peace

Jerusalem (AFP) - US president-elect Donald Trump pledged Friday to work for a "just, lasting peace" between Israel and the Palestinians, in his first public message on the issue since his upset victory. Click here to read more.

 

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The GOP Pollster Who Predicted Trump's Win

Many last minute election and exit polls, from Politico's National Tracking Poll to Fox News, showed a tie race or predicted Democrat Hillary Clinton would be the nation's next President. They were wrong. Click here to read more.

 

Ohio man arrested, accused of trying to join ISIS

A 20-year-old Ohio man was arrested Monday on suspicion of trying to join ISIS, the Department of Justice said. Aaron Travis Daniels of Columbus faces a charge of attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization. Click here to read more.

 

Iran commands 25,000 Shi'ite fighters in Syria: Israeli official

Iran now commands a force of around 25,000 Shi'ite Muslim militants in Syria, mostly made up of recruits from Afghanistan and Pakistan, the former head of Israel's domestic intelligence agency has told a visiting Swiss delegation. Click here to read more.