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How the shadow war between Iran and Israel is affecting shipping – Ship Technology

| November 2, 2021

A Romanian ship captain and a British chief security officer died on 29 July 2021 off the coast of Oman while working aboard the Japanese-owned merchant tanker Mercer Street. The cause of the incident, a suicide drone attack, was attributed by the UK, the US and Israeli governments to the Iranian regime as part of the shadow war at sea conducted by Tehran and Tel-Aviv in the last few years.

Defense official: Evidence tying 6 Palestinian groups to terror is ironclad – The Times of Israel

| October 24, 2021

Husband of detained Iranian-British woman Zaghari-Ratcliffe goes on hunger strike The husband of UK charity worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who has been detained for more than five years in Iran, has gone on a hunger strike again after a court decided she has to spend another year in prison. Richard Ratcliffe starts his fast outside the British governments Foreign Office in central London.

Israel Moves to Allow Entry to Vaccinated Tourists – The New York Times

| October 24, 2021

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Israeli health officials announced a plan on Thursday to allow vaccinated tourists to enter the country starting Nov. 1, the first time the country will open its borders to tourism since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

Israel said trying to mend France ties strained over reported NSO phone hack – The Times of Israel

| October 24, 2021

UAE official: Nixing controversial oil deal wont damage Israel ties The government of the United Arab Emirates is not involved in a controversial oil deal to channel Gulf crude from Eilat on the Red Sea to Ashkelon on the Mediterranean, and cancellation of the deal will not in any way impact UAE-Israel relations, a senior official at the UAE Embassy in Israel tells the Times of Israel. This contradicts a claim made to the High Court that nixing the deal bitterly opposed by environmentalists would damage the recently formed ties with the Gulf nation. In a bombshell background briefing, the official confirms, We have clarified to the Israeli government that this is not a government project.

Hamas warns Israel another war is inevitable unless it ends occupation of Palestine – Sky News

| October 24, 2021

Hamas has warned Israel that another war is inevitable unless its occupation of Palestine ends and the dire humanitarian crisis in Gaza is resolved. Speaking exclusively to Sky News, in the first interview since mediation talks in Egypt ended, a senior Hamas official said that the fight will continue "with all means", until an independent Palestinian state is established. "We can defeat Israel, we can target Israel, we have targeted Israel many times," Dr Ghazi Hamad said

Israel is our most trusted partner, says Indias foreign minister in Jerusalem – The Times of Israel

| October 24, 2021

Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar lauded the business relationship between his country and Israel on Sunday, saying at a meeting with CEOs and government officials that India regards Israel in many ways as perhaps our most trusted and innovative partner. The degree of trust between us is very high, said Indias top diplomat during the business roundtable at Jerusalems King David Hotel on Sunday night. Jaishankar landed in Israel earlier in the day, ahead of his meetings on Monday with Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, President Isaac Herzog, Foreign Minister Yair Lapid, and Energy Minister Karine Elharrar

‘The Future is Very Bright’: The Venture Capital Fund Investing in Israel’s Arab Founders – Algemeiner

| October 20, 2021

According to the Israel Health Ministry 2020 report on health care personnel, Arabs and Druze in Israel who make up about 20 percent of the countrys population were the recipients of 46 percent of new licenses issued, up from 18% in 2010 and 11% in 2000. For the Israeli venture capital fund Takwin, which invests only in startups led by at least one Arab founder, that trajectory is a good sign that Arabs will play a growing role in the countrys start-up ecosystem

Israels third option for dealing with Iran – Haaretz

| October 20, 2021

Benny Morris asserted in a recent articlethat Israel has two options both of which he admitted are awful for dealing with Irans nuclear threat. Either it destroys Irans nuclear facilities, which might well result in war with both Iran and its satellites, or it reconciles itself to a nuclear Iran, to living in its shadow and the risk of nuclear attack.

Israel’s ‘largest and most advanced aerial exercise ever’ enters its third day – Haaretz

| October 20, 2021

The Blue Flag multinational air exercise, which is bringing together the most advanced aircraft of seven nations' armed forces over Israeli skies, entered its third day on Tuesday.

Israel Is at the Forefront of Cutting-Edge Warfare – The National Interest

| October 20, 2021

Israel hosted air forces from seven countries in a biennial exercise called Blue Flag.


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