The signing of the Abraham Accords is just the first step, and now it is the people’s turn to build the relationships.
A photographer for Hezbollah-owned TV station Al Manar tweeted photos of the advanced fifth-generation aircraft flying over Lebanon.
It is unclear whether the Islamic Republic authorities forced Hosseini to confess to a crime he did not commit.
Na’eh’s first agenda item may be to prepare for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit, planned for February 9-10.
The targeting of women leaders in eastern Syria is part of a wider pattern.
Some former leading members of the coalition are in prison, some are in exile. One is a pro-Sisi member of parliament. Here are some of their stories.
Over 550 companies from more than 70 countries make up the food and agriculture segment at Jafza in a dedicated area of 1.57 million square meters.
Gulf and Israel wary of new administration’s policy on Iran
Prior to the Six Day War, the land between what is now Route 90 in the West Bank and the Jordan River was home to a number of monasteries.
Morocco has enjoyed bilateral benefits from Washington with US recognition of its sovereignty over Western Sahara.
Other Fatah operatives said they were “surprised” to hear about the idea of joining forces with Hamas.
“The outgoing administration sanctioned the ICC, and we supported this pressure,” the official said.
“The inauguration was just a few days ago. With all due respect to Israel and Iran, I think he’ll deal with coronavirus first,” the current cabinet minister said.
Iran has often used the nuclear program to distract from its real desire: Regional hegemony
"the system will assist the US Army in protecting American troops from ballistic and airborne threats as well as from developing threats in the areas where US troops are deployed on various missions.
“The Palestinian system is now divided. Hamas and Fatah are seeing what’s going on… with the new administration of [US President Joe] Biden and after four bad years for them”
Biden has said that if Tehran resumed strict compliance with the 2015 agreement, Washington would rejoin it.
The deals with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain were both sent to the Knesset for a vote and then returned to the government for ratification.
"The regime just took the wrestling club of Navid's coach and cut his insurance and salary. They gave his wrestling club to Omid Norouzi, the head of Sepahe Fajr Basij."
The complaint apparently refers to the United Arab Emirates, which recently signed agreements with settler companies to export their products to the Gulf state.