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Alray International Media Watch from Alray Palestinian Media Agency (September 10, 2019)
Alray International Media Watch from Alray Palestinian Media Agency (September 10, 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.

The Jerusalem Post:

Israeli security forces thwarted an attempt to smuggle materials to produce military uniforms into the Gaza Strip, the Coordination of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT) said in a statement on Monday. Further details


Amassive “IDF” ground operation into Gaza, even lasting up to three years, is needed to uproot Hamas and Islamic Jihad terrorism there, Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee chairman and former Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) chief said on Monday. Further details


Agroup of settler leaders organized a team of “gatekeepers” to stand outside polling stations in Arab towns, ostensibly to protect official election observers, they announced Monday. Further details


The Palestinian Authority has just raised the salary of the “terrorist” who prepared the suicide belt for the bombing attack in Jerusalem’s Café Hillel on September 9, 2003, Palestinian Media Watch reported. Further details


Agroup of BDS activists violently assaulted visitors at the Israeli Seret International film festival on Sunday in Berlin, causing injuries and disrupting a podium discussion, according to German police. An estimated 10-12 BDS activists participated in the disruption and attacks. Further details


Sudan's newly appointed foreign minister Asma Abdullah said on Sunday the African country that borders the Red Sea could establish diplomatic relations with Israel if the conflict between the Palestinians and Israel can be resolved. Further details


Congresswomen Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib should have been allowed into Israel, Blue and White candidate for prime minister Benny Gantz said Monday. Further details


The MKs who opposed the “cameras bill” want the election to be “fraudulent and stolen,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday, shortly after the proposal was stopped from going to a vote in the Knesset on Monday. Further details


An Egyptian security delegation entered Gaza to follow up on ceasefire talks with Israel on Sunday, just hours after the Israel Air Force struck Hamas positions in the Gaza Strip in retaliation for an earlier drone attack against an “IDF” humvee positioned along the border fence. Further details


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is behaving irresponsibly with matters of national security, Blue and White co-chairmen Benny Gantz and Yair Lapid warned on Monday, after Netanyahu’s press conference, which revealed another Iranian nuclear site. Further details


The international academic organization Society for the Study of Social Problems voted down an anti-Israel" BDS resolution at its recent annual meeting in New York. Further details"


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to fly to Sochi on Thursday, just five days before Election Day, to discuss strengthening the security cooperation between the two countries in Syria. Further details


Yedioth Ahronoth:

A controversial bill to place cameras in polling stations on Election Day next week will not be presented to lawmakers for voting after it failed to secure approval from the Knesset Arrangements Committee. Further details


Benny Begin, a former Likud Knesset member and son of the party's first ever prime minister, on Monday morning issued a blistering condemnation of the party and announced he would be casting his vote elsewhere in the September 17 elections. Further details


Activists will hold a demonstration in Tel Aviv on Sunday to mark the 5th anniversary of Avera Mengistu's captivity in Gaza. Further details


The use of a drone operated from Gaza to drop a bomb on the Israeli side of the border fence is a disturbing escalation of events. Further details


The Times of Israel:

The Hamas “terror group” said Monday that Saudi Arabia earlier this year arrested a Palestinian man who used to manage its relations with Riyadh. Further details


An opinion poll published eight days before the elections sees the extremist Otzma Yehudit party entering the next Knesset with four seats — the third poll in recent days predicting such a result. Further details


The “Israel Defense Forces” said Tuesday morning that one of its drones had fallen in the Gaza Strip overnight. Further details


At least one rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip at southern "Israel" on Sunday night, landing inside the enclave, short of the border, the army said. Further details


Blue and White head Benny Gantz expressed fears Monday that Israel could see violence at ballot stations when the country heads to the polls next week, after a controversial legislative bid to allow voters to be filmed to thwart alleged fraud was shot down earlier in the day. Further details


A Palestinian convict serving time in Israeli prison for his role in a deadly “terror attack” died of complications from cancer at a hospital in central “Israel” late Sunday, sparking accusations of neglect from top Palestinian officials. Further details


Former Likud MK Oren Hazan was sentenced to 100 hours of community service on Monday, as part of a plea bargain to avoid being convicted of assault over a 2014 incident in which he physically and verbally abused a municipal worker in the West Bank city of Ariel. Further details


The Education Ministry and the Jerusalem Municipality are seeking to bring a Palestinian school in East Jerusalem under their direct control by the start of next September in a bid to improve the quality of education at the troubled institution, Israeli officials said on Sunday. Further details


A Likud party lawmaker on Monday told an Arab MK that the Jewish people are a “special race” and that the latter could not “preach morals” to him because he was opposed to Jewish statehood. Further details


A controversial bill that would allow party operatives to bring cameras into polling stations during next week’s elections failed to gain a majority in the Knesset Regulatory committee Monday, leaving the Likud-proposed legislation without an immediate path to become law before the September 17 vote. Further details


Newly appointed Sudanese Foreign Minister Asma Abdullah suggested on Sunday that Khartoum would be interested in establishing relations with Israel if the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is resolved, and said that most Arab states maintain some degree of ties with “Israel”. Further details


When Israelis vote next week, it will be their sixth general election since Palestinians last had the chance to cast ballots in parliamentary polls more than 13 years ago. Further details


At least one rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip at southern “Israel” on Sunday night, landing inside the enclave, short of the border, the army said. Further details


A young Israeli man was detained north of the Gaza Strip on Sunday afternoon after telling his mother he planned to cross the security fence and enter the Palestinian enclave, police said. Further details