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The unbearable conceit of false comparisons between Israel and America – Haaretz

| May 20, 2022

Next Thursdays event at the International Convention Center in Jerusalem has been circled in red ink for months on the calendars of every aspiring member of Israels right-wing intelligentsia.

Mossad chief Cohen kicked out of DRC, on a mission that could jeopardize Israel – Haaretz

| May 20, 2022

The military censor has barred publication of information about former Mossad Director Yossi Cohens visits to the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2019. New information obtained from defense officials by TheMarker shows that the purpose of these trips, which Cohen made on Israels behalf, was controversial, problematic and some would evensay dubious.

US Army vets say they saw UFOs on Israel-Egypt border in 2014 – The Times of Israel

| May 20, 2022

Three former US Army cavalrymen have spoken up about seeing UFOs along the Israel-Egypt border in the Sinai Peninsula in 2014. The veterans told the Daily Mail on Tuesday that they saw eight bright objects hovering and speeding across the sky from an outpost in Sinai on the Egyptian border around December 2014. The three cavalry scouts, who were described as trained in identifying aircraft, told the UK outlet they believed the objects they saw were not man-made.

Palestinians mourn slain Al Jazeera journalist, blame Israel – ABC News

| May 12, 2022

RAMALLAH, West Bank -- Thousands gathered to mourn a slain Al Jazeera journalist in the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah on Thursday, as the head of the Palestinian Authority blamed Israel for her death and rejected Israeli calls for a joint investigation. Shireen Abu Akleh, a Palestinian-American reporter who covered the Mideast conflict for more than 25 years, was shot dead Wednesday during an Israeli military raid in the West Bank town of Jenin. Journalists who were with her, including one who was shot and wounded, said Israeli forces fired upon them even though they were clearly identifiable as reporters

Israel says it foiled Hamas attempt to smuggle arms production parts via sea – The Times of Israel

| May 12, 2022

Israeli security forces thwarted an attempt to smuggle weapon production materials from the Sinai Peninsula through the Mediterranean Seato the Hamas terror group in the Gaza Stripseveral weeks ago, the military said Wednesday. Three Palestinians, including one previously jailed in Israel for similar offenses, were arrested when Israeli troops stopped a vessel allegedly involved.

Israel authorizes plans for 4,427 West Bank settlement homes – The Times of Israel

| May 12, 2022

Qatari emir visits Iran amid deadlocked talks on nuclear deal TEHRAN, Iran Qatars emir has arrived in Iran for talks with the Iranian president, state media reports, as efforts to save Tehrans tattered nuclear deal with world powers hits a deadlock. State TV shows the arrival of Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani at Tehrans Mehrabad Airport, where he is received by Irans senior vice president Mohammad Mokhber. The report says said bilateral, regional and international issues are on the agenda during the visit

Timeline: Israeli attacks in the occupied West Bank – Al Jazeera English

| May 12, 2022

Over the past year, Israeli forces have killed at least 380 Palestinians, including 90 children, according to the UN. On April 9, residents of Jenin marked the 20th anniversary of a brutal Israeli assault on the citys refugee camp that has since become a symbol of Palestinian resistance against Israeli occupation

Gogoro to launch Smartscooters and battery-swapping stations in Israel – TechCrunch

| May 12, 2022

Gogoro is launching its Smartscooters and battery-swapping technology in Tel Aviv this summer, with plans to expand into other Israeli cities in the future, the company said on Wednesday. The news follows Gogoros public debut via a SPAC merger last month. At the time, founder and CEO Horace Luke told TechCrunch the company would focus its expansion plans on dense Asian cities where two-wheeled vehicles are already popular

75 Indian villages to be shaped with Israeli cooperation: Agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar – Economic Times

| May 12, 2022

Taking to the "next level" the Indo-Israel cooperation in the field of agriculture, 75 Indian villages will be shaped with Israeli cooperation to mark the country's 75th Independence anniversary, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has said. Tomar, who was in Israel on a four-day official visit from May 8, met his Israeli counterpart Oded Forer at the Knesset (Israel's Parliament) on Wednesday

Rights experts call for action to address rising violence in Israel and occupied Palestinian territory – UN News

| April 29, 2022

OHCHR Spokesperson Ravina Shamdasani stressed that the use of force in law enforcement operations is strictly limited and governed by international norms and standards. The use of force by Israeli police resulting in widespread injuries among worshippers and staff in and around the Al Aqsa Mosque compound must be promptly, impartially, independently and transparently investigated, she told journalists in Geneva


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