Russia slams Israel’s new settlement expansion plans

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MOSCOWRussia blasted the plan Israel expanding illegal settlements in the West Bank. This attitude was expressed by a spokesperson for the Russian Foreign Ministry (Kemlu) Maria Zakharova.

According to him, building a dividing wall in Jerusalem means annexing the Palestinian territories. “We would like to express specific concerns about the Israeli government’s decision to approve a large-scale plan to expand Israeli settlements in the West Bank,” he said during a press conference in Moscow.

“We are concerned that a number of new settlement projects include the construction of an additional section and separation wall in East Jerusalem. In essence, this means annexing the Palestinian territories in accordance with the so-called agreement of the century promoted by the United States government,” Zakharova said.

He stressed that the Palestinian problem remains acute, and its resolution will help develop a unifying agenda. “Based on mutual respect for the sovereign state and not interfering in each other’s affairs,” he explained. (Also read: China Missile Exercises, Taiwan Aircraft Refused to Enter Hong Kong)

On October 17, Israel agreed for this year to build 12,159 illegal settlement units in the occupied West Bank and issued three military orders to seize some 2,700 hectares of the occupied Jordan Valley in the West Bank. (See Infographic: CN-235 PTDI Ready to Compete in Malaysian Patrol Aircraft Tender)

The move comes a month after the UAE and Bahrain agreed to pursue full diplomatic, cultural and commercial ties with Israel after signing a controversial US-sponsored agreement at the White House. (See Video: Not Only Street Names, UEA Will Soon Build President Jokowi’s Mosque)

Abu Dhabi and Manama argue their deal with Israel halts Israel’s annexation plans, which would take nearly 30% of the occupied West Bank.

However, on several occasions, Israeli officials, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, allowed the plan to be postponed, not stopped altogether.

The West Bank, including East Jerusalem, is considered occupied territory under international law, making all Jewish settlements there illegal.

In 1967 Israel occupied most of the Palestinian territories, including the West Bank, Gaza Strip, Sinai Peninsula, and the western part of the Golan Heights.

The UN Security Council adopted a number of resolutions, obliging Israel to liberate occupied territory. But all these international calls were ignored by Israel and they continued their expansionist politics.

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Military Finds Underground Tunnels That Can Penetrate Israel Page all

JALUR GAZA, KOMPAS.com – Israel claim to have found tunnel new underground from Gaza Strip that can penetrate Israeli territory.

The Israeli military said engineers were able to locate the tunnel using underground sensors attached to a concrete barrier.

They added that if the tunnel was completed, it would be up to 65 kilometers in length Asharq Al-Awsat, Tuesday (20/10/2020).

The Israeli military accuses the citizens Palestine use underground tunnel to smuggle all kinds of commercial goods in the Gaza Strip.

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They also alleged that the tunnels were used to distribute weapons to the militias Hamas in power in the Gaza Strip.

Hamas militias also used these tunnels to launch attacks inside Israel.

Tunnel underground is considered access because Israel blocked the Gaza Strip either through a land blockade or a sea blockade.

Israeli Military Spokesman Jonathan Conricus said the new tunnels came from the city of Khan Younis in southern Gaza.

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He added the tunnel stretched across Israel before ending underground and reaching an obstruction.

“We haven’t seen the exit point from the tunnel. So you can conclude that the goal is not for terrorists to emerge from that location, but further inside Israel,” said Conricus.

Conricus said the military could not yet conclude which side or who built the tunnels.

Nevertheless, his party considers Hamas to be responsible for everything originating from the Gaza Strip.

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On the other hand, the Spokesperson for Hamas declined to comment on the discovery of the new tunnel.

Israel and Hamas last fought a large-scale war in 2014 and have been involved in dozens of skirmishes since then.

Hamas and other Gaza militias have maintained the tunnels as part of what they call battle preparations.

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Conricus said the military would “neutralize” the tunnels in the coming days.

He added that the Israeli military has found about 20 underground tunnels since the major fighting in 2014.

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UAE Money Through Israel To Build Settlements …

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JERUSALEM – Chairman of the Fatah Jerusalem area Shadi Mutwar warned of money United Arab Emirates (UAE) being pumped through various channels Israel used to build Jewish settlements.

The statement was published on the Fatah movement’s official website. Mutwar revealed what he described as “a new intrusion Emirates, “referring to the delegation led by the UAE economy and finance ministers.

The delegation is expected to arrive in the occupied Palestinian territories next week. “By bringing more arrows to stab the Palestinians,” Mutwar said Memo.

He stated, “There is a partnership agreement between the occupation authorities in Jerusalem and the UAE government to build settlements on the lands of Sheikh Jarrah, Musarara and Wadi Al-Joz.”

“These projects, which the Jerusalem people have fought fiercely, are now slipping through another channel that should be Arab, not Arabization.”

The UAE and Israel have taken various steps to implement normalization of relations. Both parties have sent delegations to each other. (Also Read: UAE Delegation Visits Tel Aviv: Israel Is Happy, Palestine Is Outraged)

Direct flights between the UAE and Israel have also been carried out to strengthen relations between the two parties. The economy and defense sector is currently one of the focuses of both parties. (See Infographic: Demonstrators Burned Churches During Big Demonstrations in Chile)

Earlier it was reported that the head of the Israeli intelligence agency, Mossad, Yossi Cohen said Israel and Saudi Arabia maintain peaceful relations. Yet they remain outside the official diplomatic framework. (Watch Video: Enhancing Bilateral Relations, Japanese PM Visits Indonesia)

Cohen’s remarks appeared in the Israeli newspaper Maariv. “The normalization of relations with Arab countries provides Israel with strategic depth to deal with the evil Iran-led axis and the dangers it causes, especially the nuclear program, terrorism and regional expansion,” said Cohen, quoted by Maariv.

He added that normalizing relations with Arab countries opens new horizons for Israel in the economic and security fields, as well as cooperative activities in all fields.

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[POPULER GLOBAL] Palestinian Secretary General Brought to Israel | Zoo handlers are eaten by bears

KOMPAS.com – News about the Secretary General of the Liberation Organization Palestine (PLO) Saeb Erekat who was brought to Israel, topped the list of the most popular articles on the global channel Kompas.com on Monday (19/10/2020) to Tuesday (20/10/2020).

Erekat caught it Covid-19 and his symptoms got worse, so he had to be rushed to Israel for further treatment.

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Meanwhile in China, a pawang Zoo died sadly eaten by a bear in front of the visitors.

The incident that took place in Shanghai was even recorded on video, and viral on Weibo views more than 658,000.

You can read both articles in full in the summary of the article global popular below this.

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1. The Positive Symptoms of Corona getting worse, the Palestinian Secretary General was brought to Israel

The Secretary-General of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Saeb Erekat was brought to Israel because of respiratory problems. He was diagnosed with Covid-19 two weeks ago.

Erekat, 65, was evacuated from his home in Jericho, West Bank, to Hadassah Medical Center in Ein Kerem area, West Tel Aviv, after his condition worsened on Sunday (18/10/2020), according to the PLO Negotiation Department statement.

According to the quoted PLO statement Russian Today, the politician was evacuated because of “chronic health problems he is experiencing in the respiratory system”.

You can read more about Saeb Erekat here.

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2. Pawang Zoo Bears Eaten Killed in Front of Visitors

The incident took place in the Shanghai Wilderness Park, on Saturday afternoon local time (17/10/2020) and the video has spread on the internet.

In the video, which has been viewed 658,000 times on Weibo, eight black bears are huddled by a pool where they are doing something.

On the tape a visitor says “There is someone (there).” While someone also said “What’s going on?”

You can read the full chronology of the incidents of the zoo handler being eaten by a bear here.

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3. The Second Wave of Covid-19 in Europe Is Worse Than The First Wave

Europe is in the grips of a return to Covid-19, after Britain, Spain and France each reported thousands of new daily cases.

Infection rates in some countries are now higher than in March and April, after many restrictions were reduced over the summer.

However, many regions have now been forced to reimpose restrictive measures, even though most countries have rejected a national lockdown.

What is the current situation of the pandemic corona virus at Benu Biru? You can read it here.

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4. Teacher’s Beheading Case, France Will Strengthen Funding Control against Islamic Groups

French Economy and Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire promised he would do “better” in keeping an eye on Islamic groups after the brutal murder of a teacher in that country.

Samuel Paty (47) was killed by beheading by a teenage Chechen terrorist, Abdullakh Anzorov (18) on Friday (16/10/2020) after teaching a class “freedom of expression” and showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.

You can read the full details of Le Maire here.

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Positive Symptoms of Corona getting worse, the Palestinian Secretary General was brought to Israel

TEL AVIV, KOMPAS.com – Secretary General of the Liberation Organization Palestine (PLO) Saeb erekat brought to Israel due to breathing problems. He was diagnosed with the disease Covid-19 two weeks ago.

Erekat, 65, was evacuated from his home in Jericho, West Bank, to Hadassah Medical Center in Ein Kerem area, West Tel Aviv, after his condition worsened on Sunday (18/10/2020), according to a statement from the PLO Negotiation Department.

According to the quoted PLO statement Russian Today, the politician was evacuated because of “chronic health problems he is experiencing in the respiratory system”.

Also read: Israel Expands Position on the West Bank, a Month After Peace Treaty with Palestine.

Amichai Stein, Israeli television reporter CAN, wrote on Twitter that Tel Aviv had agreed to the Palestinian Authority’s request for Erekat to be removed for immediate treatment.

The PLO confirmed that Saeb Erekat, a prominent Palestinian diplomat, tested positive for Covid-19 on October 8.

Reports at the time said he was quarantined at home and was experiencing mild symptoms.

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Saeb Erekat is believed to be prone to complications from Covid-19 because of his medical history, including a heart attack in 2012 and a lung transplant in 2017.

Until Monday (19/10/2020) morning WIB, Worldometers record the total cases corona virus in Palestine was 47,135, with 408 victims dying and 40,498 patients recovering.

Meanwhile, in Israel, the total number of cases is far more high, at 303,109, which puts him in the 24th place in the world.

The country led by PM Benjamin Netanyahu recorded 2,209 deaths due to Covid-19 and 268,093 patients recovering.

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Erekat’s conditions worsen. The Israeli hospital: “He’s in a coma”

JERUSALEM – The general secretary of the PLO, Saeb erekat, 65, “is in a coma”. This was announced by the Hadassah hospital in Jerusalem, where he has been hospitalized since yesterday. “He spent a quiet night, but his condition worsened this morning. Following a respiratory crisis, he is now in a coma and is being ventilated,” reports a hospital release.

Hadassah hospital specified that Erekat’s medical treatment poses a significant challenge “having had a lung transplant a few years ago with serious consequences on his immune system. Right now, Erekat” suffers from a bacterial infection, in addition to the coronavirus. “.

Erekat was transferred yesterday from his residence in Jericho (West Bank) to the Hadassah Ein Karem hospital in Jerusalem. His daughter is with him. Members of the PLO and al-Fatah went to the hospital last night to be close to him.

The United Nations emissary for the Middle East Nickolai Mladenov he expressed on twitter the hope that Erekat will be able to overcome the crisis as “the Palestinian people need his commitment to peace, democracy and the future state”. “Be strong, friend,” concluded Mladenov.

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Israel Raises Arab Support to Legitimate Crime …

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AMMAN – Miko Peled, an Israeli human rights activist, said the agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to normalize their relationship was part of Israel’s strategy to garner as much support as possible in the Arab world. This was done to legitimize their crimes in Palestine.

“Israel’s strategy has always tried to shore up as much support as possible in the Arab world, one way or another, to legitimize its crimes in Palestine,” said Peled, who is also the author of “Injustice: The Story of the Holy Land Foundation Five”.

(Read: Bahrain calls reviving Arab initiatives the key to Israeli-Palestinian peace )

“So they can do it through economic means, through arms sales and security systems and of course a peace deal with Egypt, the largest Arab country, and then with Jordan,” he continued.

He said gradually what Israel wants to do is develop good relations with Arab countries, so that they can show that the Palestinians don’t want peace.

“The reality is, Palestinians are being killed, they are driven from their homes, they are living in an apartheid regime, the racism, the brutality, the violence they suffered at the hands of Israel and so is Israel going around trying to garner support in as many Arab countries as possible defend yourself, “he said.

“These Arab countries are slowly falling into this trap, some because they want access to America, some because they are happy enough to do business with Israel, that they don’t really care about Israel’s crimes against Palestine,” he continued.

(Read: Israeli Parliament Approves Normalization Agreement with UAE)

Peled said this is a reality in these countries, where the regime finds it profitable for them to do business with Israel, to normalize Israel.

“And in large part, this is because this is a stepping stone to the United States. It gives them access to America, better access to buy guns and get guns from America,” he said.

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Even though Israel is increasingly carrying out annexation in the West Bank, 80 percent of Saudis want peace with Israel, is it true that they don’t care about Palestine?

Sosok.ID – Quoting The Jerusalem Post, almost 80% of Saudis want to immediately normalize relations with Israel.

They want peace in the next 5 years.

In addition, 71% even believe there is a possibility that another Arab country will make peace with it Israel without a peace agreement between Israel and Palestine.

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These figures are obtained from a poll from Zogby Research Services.

The survey targeted five different countries including Egypt, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Palestine and Jordan.

The study, taken from June 24 to July 5, surveyed behavior among Israelis and Arabs from the five countries.

This period is a month before peace between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain is announced.

The peace resulted in the annexation (annexation) of 30% of the West Bank, in line with the peace plan that US president Donald Trump presented for the two countries.

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We Always Envisioned Normalizing Relationships with …

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WASHINGTONSaudi Arabia said they always had a shadow to normalize the relationship with Israel. This was disclosed by the Saudi Foreign Minister, Faisal bin Farhan.

Speaking in a webinar with the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Faisal reiterated that normalization with Israel will only take place after the creation of a Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital.

“We always imagined that normalization (with Israel) would occur, but we also need to have a Palestinian state and a Palestinian-Israeli peace plan,” Faisal said in the webinar. (Also read: Pompeo urges Saudi Arabia to normalize relations with Israel)

“In the end, the only thing that can provide lasting peace and lasting stability is an agreement between Palestine and Israel,” he continued, as reported by Al Arabiya on Friday (16/10/2020).

Asked if the recent peace agreement signed between the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain with Israel helped the process. Faisal said it helped lay the groundwork for bringing Palestine and Israel back to the negotiating table.

Earlier, when meeting with Faisal, Secretary of State of the United States (US), Mike Pompeo urged Saudi Arabia to consider normalizing relations with Israel. He also said that Washington supports a “strong arms sales program” for this. (Also read: Indonesian Ambassador Called Habib Rizieq Not Allowed to Leave Saudi Arabia)

“We hope the Saudis will consider normalizing their relationship as well, and we want to thank them for the help they have had in the success of the Abrahamic Treaty so far,” Pompeo said.

Pompeo added that he hoped Saudi Arabia would encourage the leaders or the Palestinian Authority to return to the negotiating table with Israel.

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Saudi Arabia wants Israel and Palestine to be brought to one collective negotiating table: the only thing that can provide lasting peace – all pages

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Palestinians killed by Israeli military attack

Gridhot.ID – Middle East it was always fluctuating whether it was political warfare or physical war.

Seeing these conditions seems to make Saudi Arabia concerned and want any effort peace.

One of the most highlighted is Israel and Palestine.

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The main focus of Middle East peace efforts should be to bring Israel and Palestine back to the negotiating table, the Saudi foreign minister said on Thursday in a commentary indicating that Israel-Saudi normalization is unlikely any time soon.

“I believe that the focus now is necessary to bring Palestine and Israel back to the negotiating table. In the end, the only thing that can provide lasting peace and lasting stability is an agreement between Palestine and Israel, “Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud said in a virtual appearance on a US think tank. 10).

There is speculation that Saudi Arabia could follow in the footsteps of the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, which on September 15 signed an agreement to establish formal ties with Israel, the first Arab states to do so in a quarter of a century.

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Speaking to the Washington Institute for Near East Policy think tank, the Saudi foreign minister also said he hoped it might soon resolve the dispute that caused Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt to cut political, trade and transport ties. with Qatar in mid-2017.

The four accuse Qatar of supporting terrorism and conforming to Iran’s regional enemy. Doha denies the allegations and says the embargo by its fellow Gulf Arabs is aimed at undermining its sovereignty.

“We hope … that we can find a way forward to address legitimate security concerns … that push us to take the decisions we take,” he said.

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“I think there is a path to it and we hope to find it in the relatively near future.”

Asked when that might have happened, he replied: “Your guess is as good as mine.”

This article was published on Cash with the title Saudi Arabia emphasized that Israel and Palestine must be brought to the negotiating table.


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