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Lieberman: Netanyahu holding secret talks with Abbas

Lieberman: Netanyahu holding secret talks with Abbas

The Pinnacle of the Yisrael Beiteinu party Avigdor Lieberman the previous day accused Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of conserving secret talks with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. “There are a couple of atypical indicators which I interpret as an try through the High minister to hide the negotiations with Abbas from the cabinet,” Lieberman […]

DFLP calls on Abbas to cancel decision to cut their funds

DFLP calls on Abbas to cancel decision to cut their funds

The Democratic Entrance for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) has referred to as on the Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas to cancel a decision to chop money allocated to the group. Saleh Zeidan, a member of DFLP’s political bureau, mentioned Abbas ordered the money allocated for the DFLP from the Palestinian Nationwide Fund to […]

The synchronised outlook of Israel and the PA

The synchronised outlook of Israel and the PA

While Mahmoud Abbas has as soon as again resorted to France because the “supporter” of Palestine and keen collaborator in drafting further futile resolutions, former Israel Defence Forces (IDF) Chief of Personnel Benny Gantz introduced his opinion not too long ago relating to the two-state paradigm. He shed mild upon how the incessant rhetoric and, […]

Sisi: Controversy surrounding Red Sea islands is weakening Egypt

Sisi: Controversy surrounding Red Sea islands is weakening Egypt

Egyptian President Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi mentioned yesterday that his executive did not “surrender Egypt’s rights” when it signed the settlement of re-draw its maritime border with Saudi Arabia, making certain the islands of Tiran and Sanafir in the Purple Sea fall underneath Saudi jurisdiction. “Rejecting the settlement weakens Egypt’s place,” he warned. In a speech […]

So, Erdogan oppresses the media and persecutes journalists, does he?

So, Erdogan oppresses the media and persecutes journalists, does he?

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has criticised the Supreme Constitutional Court Docket’s resolution to unencumber journalists Can Dundar and Erdem Gul. “I don’t respect this decision,” he mentioned, “and am now not obliged to put in force it.” This has provoked many reactions from supporters and opponents alike. The Location displays the political polarisation witnessed […]

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