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Anti-Israel protests continue in Bahrain
PRESS TV – People in Bahrain staged fresh demonstrations across the Persian Gulf country to reiterate their support for the Palestinian cause, and to condemn the establishment of full diplomatic relations with the Tel Aviv regime, and the visit by Israeli president Isaac Herzog to Manama.
Hamas: Assassination of Palestinian youth won’t go unanswered
The Palestinian resistance movement Hamas has deplored the fatal shooting of a young Palestinian man by Israeli forces in the northern part of the West Bank, stressing that the execution in the occupied territory will not go unanswered.
Two brothers among four Palestinians killed by Israel
Four Palestinian men, including two brothers, were killed by Israeli fire during separate incidents in the occupied West Bank.
Twin blasts shake Al-Quds, killing one and wounding 18
AP – Two blasts went off near bus stops in the occupied Al-Quds at the height of morning rush hour on Wednesday, killing a Canadian teenager and injuring at least 18, in what police said were suspected attacks by Palestinians.
Israel “air aggression” kills 4 Syrian soldiers
Syrian air defense units have managed to intercept and bring down separate barrages of missiles launched by the Israeli military at various targets in the Arab country’s central and western regions amid an upsurge in the Tel Aviv regime’s aggression against the nation.
Israel says Azerbaijan to open Tel Aviv embassy
AFP – Israel on Friday welcomed a decision by Azerbaijan to open an embassy in Tel Aviv, three decades after the two countries established diplomatic relations.
UN votes to ask ICJ opinion on Israel’s occupation
REUTERS – The United Nations’ decolonization committee adopted a draft Palestinian resolution requesting an advisory opinion from the International Court of Justice on Israel’s prolonged occupation.
Israeli soldiers kill two more Palestinians
REUTERS - Israeli forces killed two Palestinians separate incidents in the occupied West Bank on Wednesday, Palestinian officials said.
A regime in permanent crises
Mostafa Mosleh-Zadeh
Israel's Netanyahu launches talks on forming cabinet
AFP – Israeli’s former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu launched negotiations Friday with his ultra-Orthodox and far-right allies on forming what could be the most right-wing cabinet in the regime’s history, raising concerns at home and abroad.
Israel’s Netanyahu appears to edge toward victory after vote
AP - Former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu appeared headed toward victory Wednesday, with some 85% of the ballots from national elections counted and showing that voters gave him and his far-right allies what looks like a majority in the country’s parliament.
Palestine says Israel must join NPT
UNGA said Friday Israel must get rid of its nukes

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