Police are working to uncover the identity of a mysterious ‘American’ caller who dialled emergency line, falsely warning that bombs were about to explode in a number of schools; children evacuated eventually return to studies.
A pendant found at the gas chambers site could have belonged to a friend of the famous diarist.
In addition to nabbing 13 Hamas activists in the West Bank who sought to strengthen the organization’s grip in the area, IDF and Shin Bet confiscate thousands of shekels and Hamas propaganda material.
‘As Chairman Mao and Joseph Stalin have started by going after the intellectuals whose words might form an opposition, so Trump started by going after us,’ says one of the organizers.
Court says the two islands, Sanafir and Tiran, are Egyptian — contrary to the government’s claim that they were given to Egypt in the 1950s. Landmark verdict could increase tensions with the Gulf kingdom.
13 Hamas terrorists arrested in joint IDF, Shin Bet operation in Samaria.
By John Irish, Lesley Wroughton and Marine Pennetier PARIS (Reuters) – Some 70 countries reaffirmed on Sunday that only a two-state solution could resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and warned against any unilateral steps by either side that could prejudge negotiations. The final communique of a one-day international Middle East peace conference in Paris shied away from explicitly criticizing plans by U.S. President-elect Donald Trump to move the U.S Embassy to Jerusalem, although diplomats said the wording sent a "subliminal" message. Trump has pledged to pursue more pro-Israeli policies and to move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, all but enshrining the city as Israel's capital despite international objections.
Israeli settlement building must not undermine efforts to relaunch peace talks with the Palestinians, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Monday, adding that Israel’s security was also important. “It has to be the will of the parties to create results which mean that Israel and Palestine can coexist peacefully in the Middle East,” Steinmeier told reporters ahead of a meeting of European foreign ministers in Brussels. “Everybody knows that the security situation in Israel is part of that, in the same way as the fact that the basis of such negotiations cannot be undermined by the construction of settlements.