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Alray International Media Watch from Alray Palestinian Media Agency (September 5, 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:

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday during a memorial service to the 1929 Arab riots in Hebron that "we are not strangers in Hebron and will remain in the city forever." Further details

 

Blue and White leader Benny Gantz told supporters he will form a liberal secular coalition after the September 17 elections for the Knesset. Further details

 

A recent report depicts an ominous situation in which hundreds of thousands of people living in northern “Israel” have no way to protect themselves in the event of a missile attack, other than lying down on the ground and sheltering themselves with their hands. Further details

 

A Palestinian student originally denied entry to the United States just days before he was scheduled to start classes at Harvard University has been admitted to the country. Further details

 

Education Minister Rafi Peretz has come under fire by the ministry's director-general for his plan to promote school trips for Israeli students at sites in the West Bank previously unauthorized by the security forces. Further details

 

Foreign Minister Yisrael Katz emabrked on an official visit to Switzerland on Monday accompanied by a legal team in an effort to find a solution to existing Swiss legislation that allows Israeli political and military officials to be arrested and interrogated for alleged war crimes. Further details

 

The Jerusalem Post:

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sent a warning to Iran, as he boarded a flight to London Thursday morning to meet with British prime minister Boris Johnson and US Defense Secretary Mark Esper. Further details

 

When Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on Tuesday and told him he would be canceling the one-day trip to New Delhi that Netanyahu himself had asked for, the chances are high that he explained to the Indian leader that he would be going instead to Britain and Russia. Further details

 

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will fly to Russia “soon” to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Prime Minister's Office announced on Wednesday. Further details

 

Israeli Police forces arrested 170 Druze men at the Jordanian border on Thursday morning, following a months-long joint investigation with the Shin Bet, according to Walla! News. Further details

 

Canada denied a report in the Lebanon-based newspaper Al Akhbar  on Wednesday according to which the country has reached an understanding with the United States that it will receive 100,000 Palestinians (40,000 from Lebanon and another 60,000 from Syria). Further details

 

Jews will remain in Hebron forever, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday during an historic visit to the West Bank city that threatened to spark a religious war and failed to ensure the right-wing support needed to secure his re-election in two weeks. Further details

 

Israeli Ambassador to New Zealand, Dr. Itzhak Greenberg, cast the first vote in the Israeli Elections on Thursday morning in the Israeli embassy in Wellington. Further details

 

Blue and White leader Benny Gantz and his strategists decided to call for a liberal unity government in recent days in order to contrast him with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, sources close to Gantz said Wednesday. Further details

 

Joint List leader Ayman Odeh said Wednesday that “there’s no chance” he will be asked to join a coalition led by Blue and White leader Benny Gantz. Further details

 

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu must stop procrastinating and build a new neighborhood in Hebron, Yamina Party head Ayelet Shaked said on Wednesday. Further details

 

Former Palestinian Authority president Yasser Arafat smuggled four "arch-terrorists" in his car two months after the Authority was established in 1994 – former Shin Bet director MK Avi Dichter said at an Im Tirtzu conference last month. Further details

 

“Israel” and Switzerland will work together to consider alternatives to the UN Relief and Works Agency, Foreign Minister Israel Katz said Wednesday after meeting with Swiss Foreign Minister Ignazio Cassis in Bern. Further details

 

The Times of Israel:

Blue and White party leader Benny Gantz on Tuesday appeared to rule out forming a coalition with ultra-Orthodox political parties, as his campaign sought to sharpen the contours of a possible government he may look to form after elections on September 17. Further details

 

Shas party leader Aryeh Deri on Wednesday assailed Blue and White head Benny Gantz, a day after the latter said he would seek a secular unity government with the Likud party but without ultra-Orthodox parties. Further details

 

“Israel’s” ambassador to New Zealand was was the first Israeli to vote in the September elections, casting his ballot at the embassy in Wellington. Further details

 

MK Avigdor Liberman said Wednesday that he wants surveillance cameras installed in all Arab and ultra-Orthodox polling stations in the coming coming elections because he doesn’t trust either minority group to count the votes honestly. Further details

 

During a rare visit to Hebron on Wednesday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that Israelis would remain in the flashpoint West Bank city forever, but stopped short of announcing new construction in the area as Jewish locals and right-wing lawmakers have been demanding. Further details

 

Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein and Culture Minister Miri Regev of the Likud party on Wednesday called for the application of Israeli sovereignty to the West Bank city of Hebron. Further details

 

The Palestinian Authority on Wednesday condemned Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to the West Bank city of Hebron — his first since 1998 — as “provocative” and politically motivated. Further details

 

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu may meet Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow before the September 17 elections, officials at the Prime Minister’s Office indicated Wednesday. Further details

 

During a rare visit to Hebron on Wednesday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that Israelis would remain in the flashpoint West Bank city forever, but stopped short of announcing new construction in the area as Jewish locals and right-wing lawmakers have been demanding. Further details

 

Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein and Culture Minister Miri Regev of the Likud party on Wednesday called for the application of Israeli sovereignty to the West Bank city of Hebron. Further details

 

A Palestinian flag was put up early Wednesday outside the municipality building in the city of Petah Tikva in central Israel, with “vandals” also setting fire to a nearby garbage dumpster and recycling bins, the municipality said in a statement. Further details

 

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday that US President Donald Trump’s peace plan will be released “immediately” after “Israel’s” elections later this month. Further details

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