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Al Ahed News
About 1 hour ago

Netanyahu Becomes First ‘Israeli’ PM to Stand Trial over Corruption, Fraud Cases

Zionist Entity:Netanyahu was indicted on bribery, fraud, and breach of trust charges as part of three separate corruption cases.
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American Herald Tribune
AHTribune
About 5 hours ago

Zionists Have Feelings Too

Regular visitors to this site will be aware that I frequently write about the massive propaganda campaign being run by supporters of Israel to conceal the damage done by the Jewish state to actual United States’ interests. One of the more intere...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 14 hours ago

Corruption charges, annexation plan spell the end for Israel

By Robert Inlakesh (Robert Inlakesh is a journalist, writer and political analyst, who has lived in and reported from the occupied Palestinian West Bank. He has written for publications such as Mint Press, Mondoweiss, MEMO, and various other outlets. He specializes in analysis of the Middle East, in particular Palestine-Israel. He also works for Press TV as a European correspondent.) Could Israel’s current Prime Minister be overstepping, falling, and dragging ...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 16 hours ago

Netanyahu: Israel won’t miss 'historic' annexation opportunity

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the Tel Aviv regime will not miss a 'historic opportunity' to go ahead with its controversial plans to annex parts of the occupied West Bank and extend its law to those areas, calling the move one of the main priorities of his new coalition administration. 'We have a historic opportunity, which hasn't existed since 1948, to apply sovereignty judiciously and as a diplomatic step in Judea ...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 20 hours ago

Israeli forces injure two Palestinians over alleged stabbing attempt

Israeli military forces have shot and injured two Palestinian men in the northern part of the West Bank as tensions simmer in the occupied Palestinian territories ahead of the Israeli regime’s controversial plan to annex parts of the West Bank in defiance of international opposition. The Israeli military claimed in a statement that the two Palestinians, whose identities were not immediately available, tried to stab a group of soldiers operating outside the ...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 23 hours ago

Al-Aqsa Mosque red line for all Muslims: Erdogan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has reiterated Ankara's support for Palestinians, vowing to help protect their lands amid Israel’s plans to annex parts of the occupied West Bank. Erdogan -- in a video message on Twitter addressed to US Muslims on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan on Sunday -- said, "We will not allow the Palestinian lands to be offered to anyone else." ...
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American Herald Tribune
AHTribune
About 1 day ago

The Wisdoms in Khamenei’s ‘Guidelines to Liberate Palestine’

In his recent World Quds Day speech, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei declared seven guidelines for the liberation of Palestine. Delivered via televised broadcast instead of in front of a large audience in view of ongoing coronavirus-re...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 1 day ago

Italian MPs urge action against Israeli annexation plans

A group of Italian lawmakers have called on Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte to join a widening international chorus of opposition to Israel’s controversial plan to annex parts of the occupied West Bank, and act urgently to stop the move. Seventy parliamentarians, in a letter addressed to the 55-year-old head of government, asked him to denounce the Tel Aviv regime’s decision to annex the Jordan Valley and apply Israeli law to settlements in ...
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American Herald Tribune
AHTribune
About 1 day ago

The Irreconcilable Conflict with Zionism

 Nakba Day, May 15.  One day, one date, but every day since May 15, 1948, has been a nakba day for the Palestinians. Their suffering at Jewish hands eclipses anything ever suffered by Jews in the Middle East.  Their treatment is w...
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