Canada to give $25,000 to 57 families of plane victims

Canada will give $25,000 to each of the families of the 57 victims of Flight PS752 that was shot down inadvertently by Iran, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced at a press conference Friday, Anadolu Agency reports. As he spoke, Canada’s Foreign Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne and his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif were in…

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Israel army demolishes school to disrupt education for Palestinians

A school that was in the middle of construction in the town of Yatta located in the south Hebron hills of the occupied West Bank has been destroyed by Israeli soldiers, reported the official Palestinian news agency Wafa. The foundations of what would have been an elementary school was built between…

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Imran Khan: War in the Middle East will be ‘disastrous’ for Pakistan

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has warned that the Middle East cannot afford a direct military conflict – specifically between Saudi Arabia and Iran – and that such a situation “would be disastrous for Pakistan.” In an interview with the German newspaper Deutsche Welle yesterday, Khan stressed the neutrality of Pakistan…

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Canada citizens fighting for Israel given warm reception by embassy

The Canadian embassy in Tel Aviv hosted a party yesterday for its citizens serving in the Israeli army. It was organised by Ambassador Deborah Lyons, who told The Jerusalem Post that she wanted to show the appreciation and care felt by the embassy for the “lone soldiers” who left their homes…

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Palestine is under multiple occupations

Although the Palestinian-Israeli conflict takes place within a relatively small geographic region, it receives great political and media attention, due to the involvement of many international parties and even major countries in the conflict. This is a result of sensitivity in the Arab world and the Middle East region, and their…

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Christian delegation urges international community to recognise state of Palestine

A group of bishops from across Europe and North America have voiced their deep concerns over Israel’s occupation of Palestine. The group, who visit the region every year to promote dialogue and peace, described at length the grim situation following their return from the occupied territory. “Every year we come to…

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Israeli court to keep spyware firm information from public

Tel Aviv District Court is allowing a closed-door hearing of the case challenging an Israeli spyware firm, NSO Group, following the ministry’s legal team appeal that it should be held in secret, on national security grounds. Amnesty International has filed a case against the notorious tech company, which calls for Israel…

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