“I think that they all should be replaced, in order to put an end to the repression of Palestinians.”
From North Africa through the Middle East to Central Asia, governments are more assertively staking out their Israelophilic credentials, confident in the response of publics that now want closer connectivity to Israel and its people.
US-brokered meeting over decades-old Mediterranean dispute a ‘positive step,’ State Department says.
Fearing major loss for his Fatah party, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas will delay May elections, placing blame on Israel for not allowing east Jerusalem voting.
Acting from the West Bank, the group – allegedly connected to Palestinian intelligence – used ‘low-sophistication malware’ to spy on its targets.
Popular Israeli, Jordanian and Egyptian tourist destinations also imperiled by Israel-UAE oil transport deal
Detonation took out both the main and backup electrical systems, according to “The New York Times” • Attack was “beautiful,” says Iranian Parliament Energy Committee head.
Mysterious power outage occurs as Israel hosts US defense secretary, following Vienna talks
Plans in the works are not only to restart funding for UNRWA; the new administration is pushing more fiscal aid and a return to the negotiating table as Palestinians head for elections in May.
Abandoned, rebel-held Yemeni tanker could spill four times as much oil as Exxon Valdez