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Ahmad Tazazaa was shot dead in Qabatya after Israeli soldiers entered the town to carry out an arrest operation
Hamas has ruled the Gaza Strip since it took over the territory in 2007, but many of its members remain in the West Bank, which is home to the Palestinian Authority, dominated by president Mahmud Abbas’s Fatah party.
Koren is a Middle East specialist and currently non-resident ambassador to South Sudan
Iran’s nuclear enrichment programme is at the core of its dispute with world powers, who suspect it masks a drive for atomic weapons despite repeated denials by the Islamic republic.
During talks with EU leaders, Abbas urged European and other foreign companies not to deal with businesses based in Jewish settlements
Israel has repeatedly warned against the so-called charm offensive of Iran’s new President Hassan Rouhani, which led to direct talks between Tehran and the P5+1 countries
Khalil says that the increase in Israeli settlers destroys any chance of achieving peace in the Middle East
Israel has carried out several air strikes inside Syria this year that officials said were aimed at preventing shipments of advanced weapons to Hezbollah
Arab Ministers meet with US Secretary of State to discuss the Middle East Peace Process
It was approved late on Sunday by a 5-4 majority within the nine-member ministerial committee responsible for preparing draft legislation to put to parliament.
Deputy Head of Hamas’s political bureau addressed relations with Egypt in a lengthy speech
Prime Minister El-Belawi: “Economy is our biggest problem, yet it is our savior.”
Benjamin Netanyahu told a UN summit Tuesday that the Jewish state was ready to act alone to halt Iranian efforts to build a nuclear bomb, a charge Tehran vehemently denies.
Nabil Fahmy had 49 bilateral talks and meetings during New York trip
Fahmy discusses roadmap, domestic affairs and foreign policy in UN address
Rouhani’s diplomatic overtures, which stand in stark contrast to the belligerent statements so commonly heard from his predecessor Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, are proving to be quite a challenge to the Israeli premier
A European diplomatic source said the woman was yanked out of the truck by Israeli soldiers who later confiscated the vehicle.
The border crossing was shut after a deadly attack in Sinai last week
Palestinian security sources named the dead man as Islam al-Tubasi, 21, and said he was shot as troops stormed his home in the Jenin refugee camp, north of the West Bank city of Nablus.
By Linda Gradstein/The Media Line Syrian officials are rushing to accept a Russian proposal for international oversight of Syria’s chemical weapons that would forestall a possible US strike on Syria. At the same time, pro-Israel lobbyists are fanning out in Congressional offices to convince Congress to back an attack against Syria after its apparent use of chemical weapons. On its …
Hamas Prime Minister stresses that Hamas will only use weapons against Israel
Foreign minister assures French and US counterparts on situation in Egypt and discusses regional issues
The campaign considers the conference to be a starting point to “topple the Hamas regime”
The Israeli decision comes amid recently renewed direct peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians after a three-year stalemate.
Egypt’s foreign minister stresses commitment to road map in meeting with Kerry
FM Nabil Fahmy to meet with US Secretary of State John Kerry and French FM Laurent Fabius to discuss Palestine, Syria and Egypt
Egypt is yet to make a decision as to whether or not it will be sending its ambassador back to Ankara
UN envoy for Middle East peace discusses ongoing efforts with foreign minister
Egypt rejects US led military strike on Syria, allies in the region agree says Fahmy
“We are not involved in the war in Syria. But I repeat: if anyone tries to harm Israeli citizens, Tsahal (the Israeli army) will respond with force,” Netanyahu said