Daily Archives: December 5, 2021

Iran talks: Israel presses U.S. for more sanctions, military threat

By | 2021-12-05T22:20:05+00:00 December 5th, 2021|Israel|

Israeli officials estimate that the maximalist demands Iran has presented at the nuclear talks open up a window of opportunity to convince Washington to withdraw from the deal and present an explicit military threat

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Jerusalem to recruit workers to combat misogynist defacement of billboards

By | 2021-12-05T20:36:31+00:00 December 5th, 2021|Israel|

Jerusalem commits to combat the systematic vandalization of images of women in the public sphere it has been plagued with in recent years

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Israel plans to aid tenants in homes from which Arabs fled in 1948

By | 2021-12-05T18:59:12+00:00 December 5th, 2021|Israel|

The joint initiative by the government, Tel Aviv city hall and the United Arab List party could potentially solve a decades-old housing crisis. Bennett has, in principle, consented to the plan

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Israel’s reaction to Iran talks: too much bravado, too little sense

By | 2021-12-05T18:40:37+00:00 December 5th, 2021|Middle East|

As the nuclear talks briefly resumed in Vienna, Israel went on the offensive with a barrage of combative statements. Perhaps it would be better to think before speaking, especially on such a sensitive issue

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Earliest waqf legacy in the world is deciphered: Two villages in Palestine

By | 2021-12-05T17:17:02+00:00 December 5th, 2021|Middle East|

Donated to the poor by a eunuch official to the caliph, who couldn’t leave it to heirs, the endowment should have been eternal – but then the Crusaders arrived

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What AIPAC is telling Congress on Biden’s Iran negotiations

By | 2021-12-05T16:38:10+00:00 December 5th, 2021|Middle East|

The most prominent pro-Israel lobby in Washington has outlined five principles for the U.S. to push ‘in the face of ineffective talks’ with Iran. On the left, meanwhile, J Street is supporting the president's diplomatic effort

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Israel releases Palestinian prisoner weeks after ending hunger strike

By | 2021-12-05T16:12:02+00:00 December 5th, 2021|Middle East|

The prisoner, Kayed Fasfous, is one of six prisoners who went on hunger strike to protest Israel's administrative detention policy

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Don’t boycott Sally Rooney’s wonderful ‘Normal People’ on Israeli TV

By | 2021-12-05T14:47:20+00:00 December 5th, 2021|Entertainment|

The pro-BDS author’s ‘Normal People’ is available now on Cellcom tv – and you should definitely watch it. Plus, Showtime’s excellent ‘Yellowjackets’ arrives on Yes

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In Jenin, guns are kosher if you’re fighting Israeli occupation

By | 2021-12-05T13:53:18+00:00 December 5th, 2021|Middle East|

The war in Gaza and Gilboa Prison break breathed new life into the fight against the occupation in the Jenin refugee camp, which the Palestinian Authority is trying to bring under its control

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