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Germany: 3 BDS activists on trial for protesting Israel MK

Three activists who protested against an Israeli politician yesterday appeared in a German court, facing trial for trumped-up claims of trespassing and assault. The trio – Palestinian activist Majed Abusalama and Israeli activists Ronnie Barkan and Stavit Sinai – are facing trial for their involvement in a June 2017 protest at Humboldt University, in the German capital Berlin, against Israeli …

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Indonesia exempts Palestinian dates, olive oil from import taxes

Indonesia has now implemented zero tariffs on dates and olive oil from Palestine, as a continuous commitment to support the social and economic development of the Palestinian people. By implementing this policy, Indonesians will be able to consume dates imported directly from Palestine during the upcoming Muslim holy month of Ramadan, in the May-June. The tariff elimination is an important …

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Corbyn calls for freeze on British arms sales to Israel

UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for a British arms embargo against Israel after a UN Human Rights Council Commission of Inquiry said that the Israeli occupation forces has likely committed war crimes on the Gaza border. “The UN says Israel’s killings of demonstrators in Gaza – including children, paramedics and journalists – may constitute ‘war crimes or …

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OIC decides to establish permanent fund for UNRWA

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Europe criticised for being soft on Sisi’s ‘brutality’

Former Egyptian minister of planning and international cooperation Amr Darrag has criticised Europe’s gentle response to President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s “brutality”. In an article published by Euronews, Darrag wrote that the latest execution of Egyptian youths was “proof that the ‘hidden war’ General-turned-President Sisi is waging in Sinai, whose ostensible aim is to end the insurgency, shows no signs of having the desired …

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Kushner’s new ideas are Netanyahu’s old ones

Kushner’s new ideas are not different from Netanyahu’s old ones. The inexperienced US president’s son-in-law, with poor charisma, who, as a result of family connections, jumped to the top of the American leadership hierarchy and took over a handful of the most complex foreign policy files (the Palestinian issue and US-Saudi relations) has moved a step ahead in the “deal …

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Saudi Arabia revokes citizenship of Bin Laden’s son

Saudi Arabia has revoked the citizenship of Osama Bin Laden’s son Hamza after announcing that it has emerged that he has taken over his father’s position as the head of Al-Qaeda, local media reported yesterday. According to a royal decree signed on 29 November 2018, Hamza’s citizenship has been revoked. But no further statement was issued in this regard. On …

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Corbyn calls for UK to condemn Israel’s targeting of Palestinians

Head of the British Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn has called for the UK government to condemn Israel’s killing of Palestinians as well as to freeze arms sales to the occupation state. His remarks came in the wake of a UN report which found that Israel might have committed war crimes against Palestinians. On Twitter, Corbyn wrote: “The UN says Israel’s killings of demonstrators …

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U.N. : Israel should face justice for unlawful Gaza protest killings

Stephanie Nebehay, Dan Williams GENEVA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israeli security forces may have committed war crimes and crimes against humanity in killing 189 Palestinians and wounding more than 6,100 at weekly protests in Gaza last year, United Nations investigators said on Thursday. The independent panel said it had confidential information about those it believes to be responsible for the unlawful killings, …

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