Sunday, December 3, 2023


Danish court finds Iranian trio guilty of spying for Saudi Arabia

Three members of the Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Ahwaz (ASMLA), an Iranian separatist group, were found guilty by a Danish court of inciting violence in Iran and gathering information for an undisclosed Saudi intelligence service. The court...

Laser wall to be constructed to intercept missiles: PM Bennett

Prime minister Bennett said that the country's Iron Dome missile defence system is too expensive, and the government is hastening the deployment of laser technology to defend against rocket assaults.

Amnesty says Israel imposing ‘apartheid’ on Palestinians

In a recent report, Amnesty International claims that Israel is committing "apartheid against Palestinians" and that it must be held accountable for treating them as "an inferior racial category." The 25-page report, released on Tuesday by the foremost human rights...

3 killed in a suspected drone attack in Abu Dhabi

Around three persons were killed in Abu Dhabi whens oil tankers went off in an attack claimed by Yemen's Houthi rebels on Monday, authorities say.

Two officers killed by mistake by own troops during security sweep near West Bank

Two Israeli officers were killed by mistake by one of their own troops during a security sweep near their base in the occupied West Bank.

Tel Aviv listed as the most expensive city in the world

The Economist Intelligence Unit's 2021 Worldwide Cost of Living report listed Tel Aviv is the most expensive city in the world

Actress Emma Watson’s support to Palestine angers Israeli envoys

The official Instagram account of British actress Emma Watson has posted a new message of solidarity with Palestinians.

Palestinian Authority’s Abbas visits Israel’s Gantz in unusual trip

During a rare visit to Israel, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas met with Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz.

Avian flu in Israel: Over 5,000 wild cranes die

As Israel attempts to curb a catastrophic avian flu outbreak, tens of thousands of turkeys are slaughtered.

Israel: Roman-era ‘Good Shepherd’ ring found in ancient shipwreck

Archaeologists have discovered a Roman-era gold ring with an image used by early Christians to symbolise Jesus near Israel's Mediterranean coast. The ring was set with a green gemstone etched with the figure of a shepherd kid holding a sheep...
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Tragic Developments in Gaza: Six More Hostages Confirmed Dead, Hamas Still Holds 136

In a grim turn of events, the Israeli army has officially confirmed the deaths of six more hostages in...
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