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Alray International Media Watch from Alray Palestinian Media Agency (July 14, 2019)
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Alray International Media Watch section is a daily press tour through selected international websites and newspapers, particularly the Israeli ones.


This section is prepared by Alray Palestinian Media Agency to update its viewers with the most Palestinian top news in the international press.


Yedioth Ahronoth:

A projectile - apparently a mortar - fired from Gaza hit an open area in Eshkol Regional Council, one of the Israeli communities close to the Gaza border. Further details

 

The Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense committee held its session near the Gaza border Thursday where members heard harsh words from leaders of the local communities affected by the ongoing conflict with Palestinian “terror groups” in the strip. Further details

 

The cash-strapped Palestinian Authority denied on Thursday U.S. allegations it had increased payments to families of "terrorists" in Israeli jails, and said the main obstacle to peace was Israeli occupation of Palestinian land. Further details

 

The fatal shooting of a Hamas operative by Israeli troops along the Gaza border, appears to have been a result of a "misunderstanding," the military said in a statement Thursday. Further details

 

Delegations from Qatar and the United Nations will enter the Gaza Strip in the coming days in order to continue mediating the indirect talks between "Israel" and Hamas, sources said Sunday. Further details

 

The Jerusalem Post:

Waves of criticism kept on flowing on Sunday morning after newly appointed Education Minister Rafi Peretz stated on Saturday night that he believes in the highly controversial practice of “gay conversion therapy.” Further details

 

Some 6,000 Palestinians protested "violently" in several spots along the Gaza border on Friday, in the 66th consecutive week of protests there. Further details

 

Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib claims that “there is continued dehumanization and racist policies by the State of Israel that violate international human rights, but also violate my core values of who I am as an American.” Further details

 

Hamas leaders said on Saturday that they briefed Egyptian intelligence officials about "Israel’s" slow-paced implementation of the ceasefire understandings reached earlier this year under the auspices of Egypt and the United Nations. Further details

 

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told New Right leader Naftali Bennett on Sunday that if he would refrain from running in the upcoming election he could be appointed Israeli ambassador to the United States, according to a report by the Knesset Channel. Further details

 

A legal team will present a case before the Nazareth District Court on Sunday calling on the Afula municipality to cancel its ban on non-city residents entering city parks. Further details

 

Islamic law judge and advisor on religious and Islamic Affairs Mahmoud Al-Habbash marked the 45th year to the passing of former Mufti of Jerusalem Amin al-Husseini on July 4 by posting about him on social media, Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) reported in a press release. Further details

 

There’s little doubt that the next war between “Israel” and the Gaza Strip is not far away, and it will be deadlier and more destructive than any previous war. Further details

 

A delegation of Israeli and Palestinian businessmen toured the Dead Sea region on Tuesday in an act of cooperation rising from last month's economic workshop in Bahrain, "Peace to Prosperity." Further details

 

Hamas member was shot and killed by "IDF" troops along the Gaza border fence on Thursday morning in what the military says was a misunderstanding. Further details

 

Israel" is prepared for “a large-scale military operation in Gaza” if calm cannot be maintained, Prime" Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday, during a visit to Ashkelon. Further details

 

Israel" is preventing international academics from working at Palestinian universities in the West Bank" and Gaza, two NGOs said on Thursday as they embarked on a campaign to help the universities – particularly Birzeit, located in near Ramallah. Further details

 

The Times of Israel:

“Israel” has promised Gaza leadership medicine, aid and the entry of a greater amount of goods into the territory if the ceasefire on the border holds, a top official in a “terror group” in Gaza said Saturday. Further details

 

Labor Party leader Amir Peretz said Saturday that “Israel’s” conflict with the Gaza-ruling Hamas “terror group” was allowing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to avoid peace talks with the West Bank-based Palestinian Authority. Further details

 

Incoming rocket sirens went off Saturday morning in a pair of farming communities near the Gaza border in what the army said was a false alarm. Further details

 

The “Israel Defense Forces” said Friday evening that two rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip toward southern “Israel”. No injuries were reported. Further details

 

The “Israel Defense Forces” on Friday deployed further batteries of the Iron Dome missile defense system in the south of the country as Hamas threatened to avenge the death of one of its members who was shot dead a day earlier by troops in what the army characterized as “a misunderstanding.” Further details

 

A 10-year-old Palestinian boy was said to be seriously wounded during a clash with the “Israel Defense Forces” at a violent demonstration against the security barrier in a West Bank village on Friday afternoon. Further details

 

A Maryland suburb revived its plan this week to screen an anti-Israel documentary narrated by Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters, after postponing the screening in June in response to a protest by local Jewish leaders. Further details

 

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has offered former education minister Naftali Bennett the position of “Israel’s” ambassador to the United Nations if he gives up running in the September Knesset elections as the leader of the New Right party, Hebrew-language media reported Sunday morning. Further details

 

Nir Hefetz, who was the Netanyahu family’s most trusted spokesman until he turned state’s witness in their corruption investigations, told police that Sara Netanyahu vetoed political appointments and that he was told “she is the prime minister,” Channel 12 news reported Friday. Further details

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