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Alray International Media Watch from Alray Palestinian Media Agency (September 8, 2019)
Alray International Media Watch from Alray Palestinian Media Agency (September 8, 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 17-year-old Israeli teen was seriously wounded, and his 60-year-old father had been lightly hurt in a stabbing attack near a Palestinian town of Azzun in the West Bank when the two were making their way to a local dental clinic on Saturday afternoon. Further details


A rocket fired from the Gaza Strip landed in an open area in the Israeli border community of Sderot on Friday night, causing a brush fire. Further details


“Israel Defense Forces” troops shot dead two Palestinian teenagers including a 14-year-old boy during protests along the Gaza-Israel border on Friday, health officials in the Hamas-run Gaza Strip said. Further details


The Trump administration official tasked with developing a plan to bring peace between “Israel” and the Palestinians is leaving the White House. Further details


The Jerusalem Post:

The “Israeli Air Force” struck Hamas positions in the northern and central Gaza Strip on Saturday night in retaliation for an earlier drone attack against and “IDF” humvee positioned along the border fence. Further details


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu must not be allowed to establish a radical, Orthodox government, Yisrael Beytenu party head Avigdor Liberman said Sunday. Further details


On Saturday, a drone, flown from the Gaza Strip, dropped an explosive device on a military position along the border fence. While no troops were injured, there was slight damage to an “IDF” jeep by the drone attack. Further details


Civil rights activist Linda Sarsour recently spoke at a Bernie Sanders presidential campaign rally acting as a political surrogate for the Vermont senator. Further details


Otzma Yehudit threatened Joint List MKs that they would be thrown out of “Israel” and not be allowed back in the Knesset, in a campaign ad played on Makan, Kan’s public Arabic radio station on Sunday. Further details


A60-year-old man and his son, 17, were stabbed during a trip to the dentist in the Palestinian village of Azun on Saturday after it was known that they were Jews. Further details


Ali Salalha, a Druze representative from Meretz and a candidate on the Democratic Union slate, tendered his resignation last week, saying that Arab voters will not give their vote to former prime minister Ehud Barak, Haaretz reported on Sunday. Further details


Blue and White leader Benny Gantz said he would work to help Israeli Arabs, in an interview on Friday, though he said he would not bring the Joint List into his coalition. Further details


The “Israel” Electric Corporation (IEC) will begin cutting off the electricity supply to the Palestinian Authority after the upcoming September 17 elections due to outstanding debts, reported Kan news. Further details


Jason Greenblatt, US President Donald Trump’s special envoy for Middle East peace, has announced he’ll be leaving his post. Further details


Two Palestinians were killed during massive protests along the Gaza border Friday evening. Reports say that the first casualty is 17-year-old Ali Sami Al-Ashqar, who was killed east of the town of Jabalya. The second has been identified as 14-year-old Khalid Al-Raba'i, a resident of the Ashati refugee camp. He was killed east of Gaza City. Further details


Dozens of Druze Israelis were arrested by police at the Sheikh Hussein border crossing near Beit She’an on Thursday, as they attempted to cross into Jordan en route to Damascus to meet with Syrian government officials in violation of Israeli law. Further details


The Times of Israel:

A chorus of opposition politicians on Saturday criticized Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his ruling Likud party for seeking to rush through legislation before elections on September 17 that would allow observers from political parties to bring cameras into polling stations. Further details


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Friday that his opponents are opposed to allowing political parties to bring cameras into polling stations because they “want to steal the election.” Further details


Israeli jets struck three Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday night, the Israeli military said, in retaliation for Palestinian “terrorists” piloting an armed drone over the border earlier in the day. Further details


A group of Palestinian “terrorists” piloted an armed drone into Israel from the Gaza Strip on Saturday, the army said in a statement. Further details


The mother of an Israeli civilian believed to have been held captive by Hamas in the Gaza Strip for the past five years said Sunday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is “doing nothing” to bring her son home. Further details


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Palestinian "terror group" Hamas on Saturday that "Israel" would respond forcefully to any attempt to harm its citizens and soldiers, following two days of violent incidents on and near the Gaza border. Further details


Yisrael Beytenu party chief Avigdor Liberman said on Saturday that the Likud party was preparing to act violently on election day September 17, an accusation the ruling party denied. Further details


A Druze lawmaker resigned from the left-wing Democratic Camp party this week, saying that the faction was not taking him seriously and that the Arab community would not support the party because of its resentment toward former premier Ehud Barak. Further details


The firing of five rockets into Israeli territory from the Gaza Strip late Friday came as little surprise, despite the period of relative calm between “Israel” and the Palestinian enclave’s Hamas rulers. Further details


The army on Saturday announced that an initial investigation into the stabbing of two Israelis, attacked after visiting a Palestinian dentist earlier in the day in the West Bank village of Azun, was a “terror attack”. Further details