Syria reviews new Israeli airstrikes near Damascus

Mar 17, 2021 Syria reported Israeli airstrikes near Damascus Tuesday evening. Israeli missiles struck across the capital at 10:35 p.m. Syrian air defenses intercepted a few of the missiles and solely materials injury was reported. The missiles have been fired from the Golan Heights, the Syrian state media outlet SANA reported. The Israel Defense Forces didn’t… Continue reading Syria reviews new Israeli airstrikes near Damascus

Jordan-Israeli ties on the brink over obstruction of royal go to to holy shrine

Mar 16, 2021 Almost a decade of the tumultuous relationship between Jordan’s King Abdullah II and Israel’s Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu lastly boiled over final week when Amman scuttled what was to be a historic go to by the Israeli premier to the United Arab Emirates (UAE). On March 10, Jordan’s Crown Prince Hussein needed to cancel a pre-arranged… Continue reading Jordan-Israeli ties on the brink over obstruction of royal go to to holy shrine

Israeli air service requests to fly to Sharm el-Sheikh

Mar 15, 2021 Israir Airlines Ltd. has submitted this week a request to function industrial flights from Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion airport to the sea-side Sharm el-Sheikh resort metropolis within the Egyptian Sinai Peninsula. The firm want to function two flights a day. So far, no Israeli air flight firm provided this route. Israeli vacationers… Continue reading Israeli air service requests to fly to Sharm el-Sheikh

Israeli Arabs surprise how COVID-19 will form Ramadan 2021

Mar 12, 2021 “We bet on Israel, and we’re glad we did, because what you’ve done here exceeds anything we could have imagined,” stated CEO of Pfizer Albert Bourla in a March 11 interview with Israel’s N12 information company. He was explaining why Pfizer selected Israel to function the pilot for his firm’s worldwide vaccine distribution… Continue reading Israeli Arabs surprise how COVID-19 will form Ramadan 2021

Hamas claims Israeli drone, not Palestinian rocket, killed three fishermen

Mar 11, 2021 Three Palestinian fishermen died once they discovered an Israeli drone at sea rigged with explosives, Hamas stated Thursday. Others have disputed the declare, nevertheless. The Palestinian political and navy group stated the fishermen died when the drone exploded within the water off the coast of the Gaza Strip. However, the Gaza-based Palestinian… Continue reading Hamas claims Israeli drone, not Palestinian rocket, killed three fishermen

Israeli Arab voters determined over rising crime, police attitudes

Mar 10, 2021 Demonstrations in opposition to crime in Israeli Arab cities and villages proceed. Many individuals say police and authorities are doing little to deal with a phenomenon that has price the lives of many in recent times. An particularly massive demonstration occurred Feb. 26 within the city of Umm al-Fahm. During that protest, altercations… Continue reading Israeli Arab voters determined over rising crime, police attitudes

Would Israeli ultra-Orthodox bail on Netanyahu, Likud?

Mar 9, 2021 The tweet despatched yesterday by in style ultra-Orthodox commentator Israel Cohen triggered an animated, passionate twitter dialogue amongst political commentators. In the tweet, Cohen mentioned the findings of an web ballot that examined the voting patterns within the ultra-Orthodox metropolis of Beit Shemesh, which clearly exhibits a decline within the energy of… Continue reading Would Israeli ultra-Orthodox bail on Netanyahu, Likud?

Gantz informs Biden administration of up to date Israeli plans to strike Iran

Mar 5, 2021 Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz on Thursday stated that Israel’s navy is updating its operational plans for a possible future strike on the Islamic Republic’s nuclear websites. Gantz’s feedback come because the Biden administration considers its choices for resuming negotiations on the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, often known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan… Continue reading Gantz informs Biden administration of up to date Israeli plans to strike Iran

Israeli leaders unite in slamming ICC prosecutor

Mar 4, 2021 Israel’s management has been making ready itself for a while for International Criminal Court prosecutor Fatou Bensouda’s determination to open an investigation over alleged struggle crimes in Gaza and the West Bank. Still, Bensouda’s announcement despatched shock waves via Israel and overseas, producing furious reactions from Israeli lawmakers throughout almost the whole political map.… Continue reading Israeli leaders unite in slamming ICC prosecutor

Israeli ship crusing once more following explosion

Mar 3, 2021 An Israeli ship that suffered an explosion blamed on Iran is again at sea. The MV Helios Ray was crusing southeast off the coast of Oman on Wednesday, in response to information from MarineTraffic. An explosion occurred aboard the cargo ship Feb. 26 within the Gulf of Oman between Iran and the… Continue reading Israeli ship crusing once more following explosion