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Egyptian FM Sameh Shoukry visited Israel last week
A recent visit by Egypt’s Foreign Minister could signal potential cooperation between Israel and Egypt in the eastern Mediterranean gas fields. However, given domestic market needs mixed with a complicated history in Egypt-Israel business relations in the energy sector, the future remains unclear
Aboul-Gheit showed Al-Sisi documents to be discussed during the summit: says statement by the presidency
Israel’s parliament has finalized a contentious law that will increase the regulation of many Israeli human rights organizations. Critics have denounced the bill for allegedly targeting pro-Palestinian groups
Israel’s parliament has finalized a contentious law that will increase the regulation of many Israeli human rights organizations. Critics have denounced the bill for allegedly targeting pro-Palestinian groups.
Shoukry’s visit was depicted as treason to Palestinians, but also as hope for the improvement of Palestinian conditions
We understand Minister Shoukry’s visit to support peace efforts, says Palestinian ambassador
Shoukry told Netanyahu that the two-state solution remains possible but it requires serious intent
Egypt’s FM said to Netanyahu that the two-state solution is not so far but it requires serious intentions.
The minister will meet with the Israeli prime minister over bilateral relations and regional affairs
The minister will meet with Netanyahu to discuss bilateral relations and regional affairs
Debris from an aircraft can travel thousands of miles, says analyst
Egypt is investing more than Israel to develop Africa, says analyst
Remains of crashed plane in Mediterranean Sea located near Tel Aviv
Israel announced tendency to build more housing units in West Bank and Jerusalem
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has resurfaced, and his criticism of the current Iranian president has grown harsher with every speech. There’s even word that Ahmadinejad might try to get his old job back in the 2017 election.
The Israeli prime minister met with African leaders, asserting that the continent “has no better friend than Israel”
Israel’s prime minister has pledged to help Africa fight terrorism on day two of his tour of the continent. Netanyahu said that in matters of security, Africa had no better friend than the state of Israel.
The Israeli prime minister held a summit with seven African leaders in Uganda, along with representatives from 50 Israeli companies
The announcement goes against the Middle East Quartet’s call on Israel to cease settlement constructions
Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in Uganda on Monday as the first Israeli prime minister to visit sub-Saharan Africa in 30 years. For personal reasons, this could be an emotionally-charged visit for the 66-year-old leader.
Israeli troops have clashed with protesters while destroying the family homes of two Palestinians in Qalandiya refugee camp. During the demolition, the soldiers opened fire and wounded four Palestinian youths.
Israel has bolstered security in a major crackdown around Hebron that is affecting tens of thousands of civilians. The lockdown comes in response to two recent attacks on Jewish settlers.
Israel said it expected “different behavior” from a key ally, after opposition lawmaker Tzipi Livni was summoned for an interview with UK police. Livni was Israel’s foreign minister during a deadly conflict in Gaza.
Turkey has sent food, medicine and clothes to Gaza via the Israeli port of Ashdod, as part of its rapprochement with Israel. The move comes six years after a deadly raid by Israeli commandos on another Turkish aid ship.
For the first time the report tackled the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
The raids caused damage, no injuries occurred, according to Palestinian sources
The Middle East Quartet, including the US, Russia, the European Union and the UN, has said a two-nation model is the only solution to the Palestinian conflict. However, no timelines have been fixed for negotiations.