Friday 20 April 2018

Crisis in Gaza as electricity is cut

Israel’s security cabinet agreed to cut the electricity it sends to Gaza by 40 percent this week, now that the Palestinian Authority has said...

Foreign Secretary affirms UK commitment to Iran deal

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has reaffirmed Britain’s commitment to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and said he believes Congress will preserve...

Bail denied for Palestinian girl

By James Marlow An Israeli court has denied bail to 17-year-old Ahed Tamimi who was caught on camera slapping and kicking two Israeli soldiers on...

Erdogan and Netanyahu trade barbs over Gaza

 Like  The Palestinian Authority (PA) blamed the US and Britain for obstructing the Arab draft after the US blocked a vote on a Kuwait sponsored...

Erdogan again lashes out at Israel

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on Muslims to visit al-Aksa Mosque on the Temple Mount as frequently as possible. “As a Muslim community,...

El Al’s new upgrade on its aging fleet

By James Marlow El Al, who operates an all-Boeing fleet, is preparing to take delivery of sixteen new powerful Boeing 787 jets by the end...

US peace plan postponed until March 2018

The highly anticipated US peace plan for Israel and the Palestinians has been delayed until next March, according to Israeli media reports. Writing in al-Monitor,...

Family torn by terror

BY JAMES MARLOW AND ISAAC SHERMAN Israeli Defence Forces have intensified efforts to apprehend a terrorist who stabbed a Rabbi to death in the West...

Israel’s richest live in Tel Aviv

The Finance Ministry published a study on the country’s 400 wealthiest citizens, who earn an annual income averaging 36.8 million shekels (£8 million). The typical...

Sandstorm hits Eilat

Haze vand heavy pollution struck Eilat last Thursday afternoon, as Israel’s southernmost resort city was hit by sandstorms coming from the Sinai Peninsula. The airport...

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