Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) sits across from Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman as he chairs the weekly cabinet meeting at his Jerusalem's office on July 3, 2016. / AFP / GALI TIBBON
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Israel announced Monday it had outlawed a Palestinian group it says acted as a front for Iran-directed militant activities targeting Israelis and the government of Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas.Members of Al-Hirak Al-Shababi were engaged in firebombing and bombing attacks on Israeli targets in the West Bank and Jerusalem, as well as stirring unrest on the volatile Al-Aqsa mosque compound in the city.Israel's army sees the Iran-backed Lebanese militia Hezbollah as its main enemy, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu considers Iran to be the region's main destabilizing element.
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