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Hamas chief visits place of his exile in south Lebanon after 27 years

Head of Hamas’ Political Bureau Ismail Haniyeh visited Nabatieh, in southern Lebanon, on Saturday, where Israel exiled him along with hundreds of Hamas members in 1992. “Haniyeh visited the town of Marj Al-Zohour, where he and 400 other Hamas and Islamic Jihad movement members stayed in exile,” Hamas said in a statement posted on its official website. Describing the period …

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Israel approves 1,000 settlement units in occupied West Bank

Israeli authorities approved 980 settlement units in the illegal Efrat settlement in occupied Bethlehem, reported Wafa news agency. Hasan Brijiyeh, a local anti-settlement and anti-apartheid activist, told Wafa that Israel announced its approval of the construction of 980 new settlement units. The activist said that this means Israel’s plan to annex large swathes of the occupied West Bank will be implemented gradually, pointing out …

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Amnesty International: No peace without justice for Palestinians

Rights group Amnesty International said peace between Israel-Palestine must include the removal of illegal Israeli settlements, The New Arab reported. In response to recent normalization deals between Israel and Arab states, the rights group said all systematic violations of human rights should come to an end, including justice and compensation for victims of crimes. Amnesty said in a statement on …

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Report: Facebook most common platform for anti-Palestinian racism in Israel

Facebook, as well as several Israeli mass media outlets, is the most common media platform used to deliver anti-Palestinian racism and incitement, a specialist report has concluded. A quantitative report conducted in August by the Arab Centre for Media Freedom, Development and Research (I’LAM) found that Facebook accounted for 30 per cent of the racism and incitement, followed by Israel …

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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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Iran, Turkey and Qatar can form alliance says Hamas rep in Tehran

Iran, Turkey and Qatar can form an economic and political alliance in the region according to Khaled Al-Qaddoumi, the Hamas representative in Tehran. In an interview with Tehran Times published on Monday, Al-Qaddoumi said he believes the region is in dire need of a strong alliance to resist the Israeli occupation and foreign interventions. Asked about the recent normalisation between Israel and …

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UAE: Israel war on Gaza will not affect ‘warm peace’ with Tel Aviv

A prominent Emirati official said yesterday that the controversial normalization deal with Israel will not be affected even if Tel Aviv launches a war on the Gaza Strip. In an interview with Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronoth, Ali Al-Nuaimi, chairman of the Defence, Interior and Foreign Affairs Committee at the UAE’s Federal Council, said that the “warm peace with Israel” can endure …

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Salt Bae donates $60k to Lebanon blast victims

Salt Bae called upon donors to pledge support for the many thousands of wounded and the hundreds of thousands made homeless by the blast Turkish chef Nusret Gokce, better known as “Salt Bae”, has joined forces with the Turkish Red Crescent to raise money to help victims of the blast that ripped through Beirut on 4 August killing 190 people, …

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