Daily Archives: September 17, 2021

NSO spyware used against Belgian journalist, likely at behest of Rwanda, reports say

By | 2021-09-17T23:17:07+00:00 September 17th, 2021|Israel|

As part of Pegasus Project, Belgian media outlets say military intelligence report reveals a journalist and his wife were targeted by Israel's NSO

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‘A tragic mistake’: U.S. says Kabul drone strike killed 10 civilians, including children

By | 2021-09-17T21:54:39+00:00 September 17th, 2021|Middle East|

The Pentagon had said the strike targeted an Islamic State suicide bomber who posed an imminent threat to U.S. troops at Kabul airport. A top U.S. army official says he now believed it unlikely that those killed were dangerous

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After Palestinian escape, Israel’s prison chief faces moment of truth

By | 2021-09-17T21:29:47+00:00 September 17th, 2021|Middle East|

It may be convenient for Bennett to blame the failures on Netanyahu, but in this case he’s mostly right ■ Israel should consider a different approach on Gaza captives and fallen soldiers

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Islamic Jihad inmates, Israel holding talks on prison conditions, Palestinian reports say

By | 2021-09-17T20:54:42+00:00 September 17th, 2021|Middle East|

Inmates linked with Islamic Jihad were dispersed across Israel's jails after six prisoners escaped from Gilboa Prison in the north, four of whom were captured last week

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‘God tells women, enjoy yourself first’: The educator fomenting an Orthodox sexual revolution

By | 2021-09-17T20:01:42+00:00 September 17th, 2021|Entertainment|

Dr. Michal Prins, founder of the Center for Jewish Intimacy, urges Israel's Orthodox community to reexamine the boundaries of its sexuality and be receptive to a more open discourse. She’s also not afraid to discuss the prohibition on touching. Just do...

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U.S. marks Abraham Accords anniversary, with no mention of Trump or Netanyahu

By | 2021-09-17T17:38:49+00:00 September 17th, 2021|Israel|

Foreign Minister Lapid says the 'club is open for new members,' while the signatories hope other countries will join 'this new era of cooperation and friendship'

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Moroccan FM: Israel must be stakeholder not outsider in the Middle East

By | 2021-09-17T16:12:22+00:00 September 17th, 2021|Middle East|

Foreign Minister Yair Lapid plans to virtually participate in an event to mark the anniversary together with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and foreign ministers from UAE, Bahrain and Morocco.

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Armed group opens fire towards IDF soldiers at West Bank checkpoint

By | 2021-09-17T15:36:57+00:00 September 17th, 2021|Israel|

In addition to a shooting attack, an arms smuggling attempt in Israel's south was thwarted by the IDF and West Bank rock throwers were arrested by Border Police.

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Sheikh Jarrah activists included in Time Magazine most influential list

By | 2021-09-17T15:26:44+00:00 September 17th, 2021|World|

Mohammed El-Kurd and Muna El-Kurd made Time Magazine's 100 most influential people list for 2021, but the decision has been met with heavy criticism from NGOs and Israeli activists.

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