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Indications suggest Syrian human rights activist Razan Zaitouneh, who along with three colleagues disappeared almost five years ago, may have been killed by rebel group Jaish al-Islam in Douma. [Read More]
La agencia de seguridad interior de Israel rechazó el miÃ... [Read More]
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EID AL-ADHA is an Islamic holiday celebrated this month and this week Saudi Arabia will host two million Muslims as they descend on Mecca to perform Hajj. [Read More]
La agencia de seguridad interior de Israel rechazó el miércoles la versión un destacado escritor estadounidense de que fue amenazado e interrogado durante una visita reciente al país. El Shin Bet confirmó en un comunicado que sus agentes detuvieron brevemente e interrogaron a Reza Aslan, de origen iraní, en un cruce fronterizo porque su "conducta despertó sospechas". Negó que lo interrogaran sobre sus ideas políticas, como sostuvo Aslan. El escritor tuiteó el martes que lo detuvieron durante varias horas y le ordenaron que hiciera listas de los palestinos y periodistas que conocía y las organizaciones palestinas que... [Read More]
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Israel reopened Gaza's only commercial crossing, removing severe restrictions put in place last month as talks progress over a long-term cease-fire deal between the two sides. [Read More]
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — An Indian shipping company says one of its crude oil tankers suffered an explosion off the coast of Oman, causing "two casualties" and injuring one sailor. The Shipping Corporation of India says the explosion struck the MT Desh Vaibhav on Tuesday in the Gulf of Oman while it was en... [Read More]
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Ilhan Omar, a Democrat, wins vote in Minnesota; in 2012 she said Israel had 'hypnotized the world' to ignore its 'evil doings'... [Read More]
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Reza Aslan says he was asked about his views of Netanyahu by Israeli interrogator; Shin Bet denies the Iranian-born author was threatened... [Read More]
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The gesture to reopen Israel's only goods crossing with the Gaza Strip comes as Egypt and the UN seek a long-term ceasefire between Israel and Hamas. Recent flare-ups in violence have threatened to escalate into war. [Read More]
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Judge Feshititsky gave migrants a small "consolation prize", saying that if deportation still is not feasible for any reason, the state should grant Eritreans permanent status in Israel. [Read More]
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The Technion and Hebrew University are both featured in the list's top 100. [Read More]
Israel's domestic security agency denies threatening a prominent American author and questioning him about his politics during a recent visit. The Shin Bet issued a statement Wednesday confirming its agents…... [Read More]
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How Israel defines itself in law won't just matter for Israeli citizens — it is also poised to play a significant role in any future negotiations over the creation of a Palestinian state. [Read More]
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The online non-profit site "The Conversation" ran an article by Northeastern University Professor Dov Waxman titled, "As Israel... [Read More]
Letters and packages from as far as 2010 arrive in the West Bank after they are released by Israel. [Read More]
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Each day we bring you the best pictures from the Middle East and North Africa... [Read More]
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Mahmoud Habbash, who is the Chief Justice of Palestine and President Mahmoud Abbas' Adviser on Religious Affairs and Islamic Relations,... [Read More]
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Hassan Nasrallah was speaking on live television to mark the anniversary of a 2006 war it fought with Israel... [Read More]
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Mail dating back as far as 2010 has arrived in the West Bank after it was released by Israel. [Read More]
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A total of 606 people could not fly to Saudi Arabia to perform Hajj this year for various reasons, including illness, death and negligence of hajj agencies, said Religious Affairs Minister Principal Motiur Rahman on Wednesday. The government has nothing to do in this regard, but the agencies... [Read More]
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