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King Salman to Trump: Transferring US Embassy to Jerusalem Provokes Muslims’ Feeling and Increases Stress in the Region

Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman Ben Abd Al-Aziz, received a phone call from US President, Donald Trump. During the call, relationships between the two countries were discussed in addition to several international situations. King Salman asserted that the US declaration about Jerusalem before any final settlement in …

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4 Jordanian workers arrested in Eilat

Israeli police arrested late Tuesday four Jordanian workers in King Suleiman Hotel for allegedly attacking and stabbing an Israeli woman in Eilat, eyewitnesses reported. Israeli police spokeswoman claimed that an 18-year-old young woman suffered hand injuries after being attacked in a hotel by a Jordanian worker. Witnesses affirmed to the …

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Al-Sisi meets with Netanyahu in first public talks

Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi met Tuesday with Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu in New York to discuss the Middle East peace process. This was the first public meeting between the two since al-Sissi took office following a coup against the elected president Mohamed Morsi. Netanyahu and al-Sisi were in …

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IOF arrests two brothers south of West Bank

The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on Friday evening broke into Samua town south of the southern West Bank province of al-Khalil. A local house was violently stormed during the raid. The house’s owner Sami Abu Yaqub affirmed that IOF soldiers broke into and searched his house before arresting his two …

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