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Alray International Media Watch from Alray Palestinian Media Agency (February 25, 2020)
Alray International Media Watch from Alray Palestinian Media Agency (February 25, 2020)
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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:

The “IDF” and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad continued quid pro quo attacks Monday night shortly after the “terror group” announced it has completed its military response to “border clashes” in the Gaza strip town of Khan Yunis and an attack on the terror group's personnel in Damascus, Syria. Further details

 

The Islamic Jihad's military wing has announced on Monday it has completed its military response to “border clashes” in the Gaza strip town of Khan Yunis and an attack on the “terror” group's personnel in Damascus, Syria. Further details

 

Heavy rocket barrages were fired at southern “Israel” from the Gaza Strip on Monday afternoon, as an escalation in violence with the Iranian-backed Islamic Jihad continued for a second day. Further details

 

“Israel” Air Force warplanes struck Islamic Jihad targets in the Gaza Strip on Monday afternoon, shortly after more than a dozen rockets were fired at southern “Israel” in a half-hour period. Further details

 

At least 14 projectiles were fired at southern “Israel” from Gaza in a half-hour period on Monday afternoon, as an escalation in violence with the Iranian-backed Islamic Jihad continued for a second day. Further details

 

Israeli air strikes targeting the Islamic Jihad militant group in the Gaza Strip and Syria killed at least six fighters, a war monitor said Monday; “the strikes came after members of the jihadist group fired a barrage of rockets at Israel”. Further details

 

“Israel” struck multiple targets near the Syrian capital late Sunday, triggering anti-aircraft fire from the country's air defenses that shook Damascus. It was the latest attack by “Israel” on the war-ravaged country. Further details

 

More than 20 rockets were launched from Gaza Sunday targeting the border communities and the southern city of Ashkelon, as Gaza factions vow to avenge the mistreatment of a militant’s remains. Further details

 

Pope Francis has cautioned against "unfair" solutions aimed at ending the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. Further details

 

After two days of almost constant rocket fire, life in southern “Israel” began to return to normal Tuesday morning after a ceasefire with Islamic Jihad in Gaza secured with Egyptian mediation appeared to hold. Further details

 

The UN Security Council made a rare show of unity Monday when it called on all parties to maintain their support for a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestinian conflict. Further details

 

The Jerusalem Post:

All the roads around the Gaza border were opened on Tuesday after more than 50 rockets were fired by the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) at Israel in the past two days, the “IDF” Spokesperson's Unit reported. Further details

 

An escalation with “terrorist groups” in the Gaza Strip a week before the third round of elections in “Israel” is not something Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was gunning for but, rather, was bulldozed toward. Further details

 

Political figures and organizations both on the left and the right reacted on Monday to the latest round of escalation in which the Palestinian Islamic Jihad fired over 100 rockets to Israel over 24 hours. Further details

 

For the first time ever, the King of Saudi Arabia has met with and hosted a rabbi in his formal residence during an annual meeting of the KAICIID inter-religious dialogue organization’s last week. Further details

 

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Monday rejected the resignation of a senior Palestinian official accused of promoting normalization with “Israel”. Further details

 

The Palestinian Authority’s “systematic incitement” in school textbooks, television broadcasts, active recruitment and payment to “terrorists’” after-the-crime serves to weaponize its child population into soldiers, says a new NGO report obtained exclusively by The Jerusalem Post. Further details

 

The US-Israeli mapping process to delineate West Bank territory for the application of Israeli sovereignty has begun, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday. He pledged that annexation would follow as soon as the cartographic process was completed. Further details

 

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday promised he would not advance the so-called “French law” that gives prime ministers and presidents immunity from prosecution. Further details

 

One of the conditions for enabling Blue and White Party leader Benny Gantz to form a minority government is that there be no “IDF” strikes in the Gaza Strip, Joint List faction chairman Ahmad Tibi told The Jerusalem Post on Monday. Further details

 

A tender was issued Monday for 1,077 homes in a new Jewish neighborhood on east Jerusalem's Givat Hamatos, not far from the Palestinian city of Bethlehem, Peace Now said. Further details

 

Israel Police" seized seven pipe bombs from a home in the West Bank city of Hebron during a search for" weapons, according to the Israel Police Spokesperson's Unit. Further details

 

Mossad chief Yossi Cohen and “IDF” Southern Command Maj.-Gen. Herzi Halevi met with top Qatari officials during the first week of February in order to work on a deal with Hamas, Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Liberman revealed on Saturday night. Further details

 

The UN Security Council unanimously decided on Monday to maintain their stance of support for a potential two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict along with the establishment of a Palestinian state alongside “Israel” through direct negotiations between both parties. Further details

 

Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad indicated on Monday that they were not interested in an all-out military confrontation with “Israel”. Further details

 

The Times of Israel:

Roads reopened and train service resumed in southern “Israel” on Tuesday morning as a ceasefire appeared to hold between the Palestinian Islamic Jihad and “Israel”, following two days of intense fighting around the Gaza Strip. Further details

 

Amid reports of an emerging ceasefire between “Israel” and the Islamic Jihad “terror group” in the Gaza Strip, “IDF” Chief of Staff Aviv Kohavi warned Monday evening that the fighting may not be over yet. Further details

 

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu threatened Monday that Israel could begin a major operation to stem rocket fire and other attacks on Israeli communities near the Gaza border, despite elections being only a week away. Further details

 

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly received the green light from the US to lift restrictions against the construction of a controversial neighborhood in East Jerusalem more than a year and a half ago, but delayed the announcement until last week, less than two weeks before the elections. Further details

 

The UN Security Council made a rare show of unity Monday when it called on all parties to maintain their support for a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestinian conflict. Further details

 

The Islamic Jihad “terror group” in the Gaza Strip announced a unilateral ceasefire Monday evening to end two days of heavy fighting with Israel, but rocket attacks continued into the night, along with Israeli airstrikes on Islamic Jihad targets. Further details

 

The European Union and Germany on Monday condemned Palestinian Islamic Jihad for firing rockets at “Israel” and called for restraint from both sides. Further details

 

The US members of a committee formed to map out areas of the West Bank that Israel plans to annex as part of the Trump administration’s peace plan met Monday with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other senior Israeli officials as they pressed ahead with the project. Further details

 

A Hamas delegation led by the group’s leader, Ismail Haniyeh, will visit Moscow at the beginning of next week, the Palestinian Information Center reported on Monday, citing “a special source.” Further details

 

For apparently the first time in modern history, a rabbi met with the king of Saudi Arabia in Riyadh last week. Further details

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