Ankara (MEMO) – Turkey’s foreign minister on Tuesday called on the global community to stand against Israeli aggression in the sacred places of Islam, Anadolu Agency reports. “Unfortunately, today, Israel’s aggression has increased with encouragement from the US We talk about all these issues and will not give up our sacred and national causes,” Mevlut
Gaza (MEMO) – Dozens of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip on Monday staged a rally in support of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, who is currently facing an attempted coup, Anadolu Agency reports. The rally, organized by the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP), was held outside the UN’s office in Gaza City. Demonstrators chanted
Caracas (MEMO) – Hamas and the Palestinian Liberation Organisation have joined Turkey and Iran in stressing their opposition to foreign interference in the internal affairs of Venezuela. The comments came as the US administration of President Donald Trump recognized opposition figure, Juan Guaidó, as interim president of Venezuela on Wednesday.
Al-Quds (GPA) – Israeli airstrikes targeted multiple locations in Khan Younis and eastern Gaza overnight Saturday. The Saturday night attacks ensued when rockets were fired into Southern Israel, with no injuries or deaths. No entity claimed responsibility for the rocket fire. One rocket, fired from Gaza, landed in an open
Damascus (GPA) – Zionist warplanes targeted several locations in Damascus Friday, striking a transport warehouse located in the vicinity of the Damascus International Airport. The airplanes struck at around 11:15 PM with Damascus intercepting most enemy missiles fired towards the warehouse that the Zionist entity claimed was used to transport
West Bank (MEMO) – Israeli paramilitary police dragged dozens of Jewish settlers out of an illegal outpost in the occupied West Bank today and said more than 20 officers were hurt during violent resistance to the evacuation. Settlers had set up two caravans at the Amona outpost last month. Two years ago, Amona’s
Tel Aviv (AHT) – When Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, ordered his army to carry out a limited operation in the besieged Gaza Strip on November 12, he certainly did not anticipate that his military adventure would destabilize his government and threaten the very survival of his right-wing coalition. But it did,
Tel Aviv – Israeli police have said they have found evidence to recommend pursuing bribery and corruption charges against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife. Authorities claimed on Sunday that Netanyahu gave favorable contracts to Bezeq Telecom in exchange for better coverage of the prime minister and his wife on its news website.
Washington D.C. (IPN) – Congress is about to legislate the largest military aid package to a foreign country in U.S. history, but U.S. media aren’t telling the American public. Israelis know about the money, and Israel partisans are pressuring the one lone Senator opposing it, but apparently, U.S. news organizations don’t