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Morocco: Hashtag calling for boycott of French products trends on Twitter

The hashtag #BoycottFrenchProducts trended on Twitter accounts in Morocco on Friday, following the publication of offensive caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad on the walls of buildings in France. Moroccan activists widely circulated the hashtag on different social media platforms in response to the caricatures, and following statements made by French President Emmanuel Macron, which provoked Muslims around the world. Social …

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Israeli delegation travels to Sudan to discuss normalization

An Israeli delegation made a rare visit to Sudan on Wednesday to discuss normalizing ties, Israeli public broadcaster Kan radio said, as a minister predicted a possible diplomatic breakthrough between the two countries, Reuters reports. Israeli Intelligence Minister Eli Cohen told Israel’s Channel 13 News that he believed Israel was “very close to normalizing ties with Sudan”. Kan radio gave …

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Saudi Arabia believes in ‘eventual normalization’ with Israel

Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal Bin Farhan Al-Saud announced on Thursday that his country believes in “eventual normalization” of ties with Israel, the Washington Institute for Near East Policy reported. In a virtual meeting with the prince, he conveyed: “I believe that the focus now needs to be on getting the Palestinians and the Israelis back to the negotiating table. …

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Trump to Jews: If you love your country Israel, vote for me

US President Donald Trump told American Jews that he “loved their country” during a New Year greeting, sparking criticisms that he used an anti-Semitic trope. Suggesting Jewish people have dual loyalties between Israel and their own country is considered anti-Semitic by many. Whilst speaking to Jewish leaders on the important Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah, Trump turned the conversation towards …

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Dubai’s Habtoor Group to open representative office in Israel

Dubai conglomerate Al Habtoor Group is to open a representative office in Israel, it said on Sunday, Reuters reports. The United Arab Emirates and Israel last week agreed to establish bilateral diplomatic and trade ties, which officials have said would create significant economic opportunities. The family-owned conglomerate portfolio covers the hospitality, construction, education and automotive sectors. Habtoor Group, headed by …

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UK’s Trade Union Congress passes anti-apartheid motion against Israel

Britain’s Trade Union Congress (TUC) , has passed a motion identifying Israel as a state practicing apartheid and called for the continued support of the Palestinian people. The TUC, an organization made up of UK trade unions, voted on Tuesday at its annual conference in Brighton, in favor of a motion put forward by Unite the Union which opposes the current …

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Analyst: Pakistan could normalize ties with Israel

A British-Pakistani analyst said he expects Pakistan to follow Gulf Arab countries and normalize ties with Israel, Israel Hayom reported on Monday. Noor Dahri, founder and executive director of Islamic Theology of Counter-Terrorism, a UK-based think tank, told Israel Hayom that many other Arab countries might follow in the footsteps of the UAE and Bahrain who have announced the normalization of ties with …

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Jordan: Bahrain, Israel normalization deal not welcomed

Jordan announced today that necessary steps to achieve a fair peace should come from Israel after Bahrain and Israel announced a normalization deal, Anadolu Agency reports. Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi said Israel should stop procedures to undermine the two-state solution and end its illegal occupation of Palestinian lands. Morroccan Tawheed and Islah Movement described the agreement as a betrayal to Palestinians. …

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Lebanon, Israel ‘getting closer’ to maritime border demarcation

US Assistant Secretary of State David Schenker announced on Tuesday that Lebanon and Israel are “getting closer” to a framework deal on the demarcation of maritime borders. In a meeting with reporters conducted via telephone, Schenker told journalist and editor Marlene Khalife of the Lebanese Masdar Diplomacy that he attributed the reason for not reaching a framework for the agreement to …

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