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Alray International Media Watch from Alray Palestinian Media Agency (March 24, 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

Hundreds of protesters rallied outside an event where a congresswoman spoke to a Muslim-American civil rights group. Further details


Rafi Eitan, a legendary Israeli Mossad spy who led the capture of Holocaust mastermind Adolf Eichmann, died Saturday. He was 92. Further details


It is time for the US to "fully recognize" Israeli sovereignty on the Golan Heights, US President Donald Trump said Thursday in a Twitter message that confirmed a shift in American foreign policy hinted at for several weeks. Further details


Israel is facing the threat of an escalation of tensions in the West Bank, as well as in Gaza, after four Palestinians were killed there by Israel Defense Forces fire in just 24 hours. Further details


Sources in the State Prosecutor's Office believe that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu could be facing yet another criminal investigation, this time into the massive profts from shares in a Texas steel plant managed by a relative while it was performing poorly, Israeli television reported Wednesday. Further details


:The Jerusalem Post

A large protest was held outside the Hilton hotel in Los Angeles where Ilhan Omar will be speaking Saturday night at the Council of American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) of Greater Los Angeles’ fourth annual Valley Banquet. Further details


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, before boarding the plane to Washington, said that his relationship with US President Donald Trump is an asset for the country. Further details


Three Palestinians were injured during the night-time riots along the Gaza border fence with Israel on Saturday after the IAF struck two Palestinian cells launching explosive aerial devices from the Strip into Israel over the weekend. Further details


IDF" aircraft attacked two Hamas observation posts in the southern Gaza Strip in response to" largeamounts of explosives thrown towards Israel throughout the night during riots on the border. Further details


The Palestinians have proposed deploying US-led NATO forces in a future Palestinian state to address Israel’s security concerns, PA President Mahmoud Abbas revealed on Saturday. Further details


The “IDF” and police are bracing for violent protests on both sides of the Golan Heights border after US President Donald Trump recognized Israeli sovereignty over the area. Further details


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu resolutely denied the repeated accusations from the Blue and White Party that he profited from the sale of German submarines to Israel and Egypt, calling it a “blood libel” in a surprise interview with Channel 12 Saturday night. Further details


US officials are preparing an official document that would recognize the Golan Heights as a sovereign Israeli territory, which US President Donald Trump is likely to sign next week, Reuters reported on Friday. Further details


The Blue and White Party will not bring Arab parties into the coalition if it forms one, because Hadash-Ta’al and UAL-Balad will not accept Israel as the Jewish state, MK Yael German clarified on Saturday. Further details


Responding to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's surprise interview on Saturday Night in which he answered questions on a range of topics dominating the election cycle headlines, Blue and White leader Benny Gantz attacked Netanyahu for approving a submarine sale to Egypt without consulting the defense minister or the “IDF” chief of staff. Further details


"Sue me!" Blue and White leader Yair Lapid responded to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's claim that he intends to file a libel suit against Lapid, Benny Gantz and Moshe Ya'alon on Friday. Further details


:The Times of Israel

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu indicated he would not seek legislation that could give him immunity from looming graft charges, and then appeared to backtrack, in a rare interview Saturday.Further details


The US-mediated 1979 treaty between Egypt and Israel may only have resulted in a “cold peace” but their ties have survived four decades in a turbulent region, analysts say. Further details


A Palestinian was killed by Israeli fire in the Gaza Strip early Sunday, authorities in the territory said, during overnight riots that also saw many explosive devices hurled at “IDF troops” across the border fence. Further details


Israeli military aircraft bombed Hamas targets in the Gaza strip early Sunday as Palestinians rioted along the border in renewed nighttime demonstrations. Further details


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hailed the exceptionalism of US-Israel relations as he headed early Sunday morning to Washington, where he will meet with US President Donald Trump and deliver an address at AIPAC’s annual Policy Conference two weeks before Israeli elections. Further details


Riots along the Gaza border triggered rocket alert sirens sounded in nearby Israeli communities early Sunday, capping a weekend that saw low-level violence along the restive border. Further details


In a rare television interview on Saturday night, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lashed out at his main political rivals in the upcoming national election, accusing them of “a campaign of lies,” of issuing “a blood libel” against him, and even of “endangering the security of the State of Israel.” Further details


The Israeli military said on Saturday its aircraft launched a pair of strikes at Palestinian cells flying incendiary balloons from the southern Gaza Strip into Israel. Further details


The top UN human rights body on Friday asked its chief to strengthen her office’s presence in Palestinian areas following an investigation that said Israeli soldiers may have committed war crimes in the deadly response to Gaza protests last year. Further details


Several thousand Palestinians were protesting along the Gaza Strip border on Friday, throwing explosive devices and rocks at soldiers who were responding with tear gas and “occasional” live fire. Palestinians said two people were killed. Further details


JTA — In a major policy reversal by Western members of the United Nations Human Rights Council, all its European Union member states voted against a permanent item singling out Israel. Further details