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Thousands of Israeli soldiers quarantined due to coronavirus

Israeli security officials said on Tuesday that they expect the operational efficiency of the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) to decline with thousands of troops quarantined due to the coronavirus crisis, Arab48.com has reported. According to Wallah news website, 4,267 Israeli soldiers are in quarantine by order of the Ministry of Health. Many have tested positive for the virus, Covid-19. Although …

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Iran: 103-year-old beats coronavirus

A 103-year-old Iranian woman successfully recovered after contracting the deadly coronavirus, which has claimed thousands of lives worldwide since early this year, reports Anadolu Agency. According to Nevid Danayi, the rector of Semnan University of Medical Sciences, the old lady was discharged from the hospital, becoming the second oldest person ever to recover from the disease known as COVID-19. Danayi, …

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Coronavirus: Israel gives intelligence services power to track patients’ phones

Israel’s intelligence service will use phone-snooping technology long used against Palestinian militants to track coronavirus patients and those they were in contact with, some of the most aggressive regulations rolled out in the region to combat the spread of the deadly disease. The controversial move, first announced by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, was slammed by right defenders and media commentator …

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Two new cases of coronavirus confirmed in Palestine; total 41

Two new cases of coronavirus were confirmed in Palestine today bringing the total to 41, according to the government spokesman Ibrahim Milhem. He said in the daily report on coronavirus that the two cases were of Palestinians returning home through Jordan across the River Jordan bridge and that they were placed in quarantine in Jericho upon arrival as required. One …

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Israeli forces detain 7 Palestinians in West Bank & Jerusalem

Israeli occupation forces today detained seven Palestinians in multiple raids across the West Bank and Jerusalem, according to the Palestinian Prisoner Society (PPS). Israeli forces detained the head of PPS’s Jerusalem office, Nasser Qous, after raiding his house in the Old City. Israeli occupation  army units stormed Awarta and Beita, two towns south of the northern West Bank city of …

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Israeli occupation forces shoots, injures Palestinian boy in Qalqilya

A Palestinian boy was wounded when Israeli occupation forces (IOF) opened fire at Palestinian citizens on Monday evening in Qalqilya district, north of the West Bank. Local sources said a Palestinian boy was moderately injured when violent confrontations broke out between Palestinian citizens and IOF soldiers south of Qalqilya City. The boy suffered a bullet wound in the leg as …

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Clashes erupt as settlers attack Palestinian homes in West Bank

Clashes flared up on Monday evening between Palestinian citizens and Israeli settlers after the latter attacked Palestinian houses in Burin village in Nablus district, north of the West Bank. Local sources said that a group of Palestinian youths rushed to defend the targeted homes and managed to fend off the attack, which sparked clashes with the settlers. Israeli occupation forces …

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Coronavirus: Iranian army to ‘clear streets’ of all cities within 24 hours as death toll surges past 500

Iran’s armed forces will clear all cities within 24 hours to contain the spread of coronavirus that has killed more than 500 people, the official IRNA news agency has reported. The extraordinary measure was announced by Iran’s military chief of staff Major General Mohammad Baqeri, who said: “Clearing shops, streets and roads will be carried out in the next 24 hours …

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The Palestinians refuse to give up their cause, deal or no deal

Given the Palestinians’ rejection of Donald Trump’s “deal of the century”, there is talk about “buying” their approval with financial inducements and privileges. Political pressure will be exerted until they consent. The so-called “peace plan” was unveiled piecemeal, first at the Bahrain Conference last June, under the banner of “Peace for Prosperity”. Washington had already imposed its policy to strangle …

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