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Alray International Media Watch from Alray Palestinian Media Agency (December 12, 2019)
Alray International Media Watch from Alray Palestinian Media Agency (December 12, 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:

The Knesset on Thursday approved a motion to hold an unprecedented third national vote in less than a year on March 2, 2020 after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his main rival failed to parlay the previous two ballots into a new coalition government. Further details

 

After two dramatic rounds of elections, Israel is still without a functioning government, resulting in stagnation, red tape, unbearable bureaucracy, underpaid workers, and in some instances, threat to life. Further details

 

The Knesset was officially dissolved at midnight Wednesday as the deadline to form a new government passed, almost three months after “Israel” last went to the polls. Further details

 

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was Wednesday considering forgoing a request for parliamentary immunity in an effort to push the rival Blue and White party into unity government talks before a midnight deadline forces a third round of elections in a 12-month period. Further details

 

U.S. President Donald Trump plans to sign an executive order on Wednesday that would treat "Jewishness" as a nationality and not just a religion, making anti-Semitism subject to a law that bars discrimination on the basis of national origin at educational institutions that receive federal funding. Further details

 

Likud MK Gideon Sa'ar took aim again at his party leader Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday, saying he would be unable to form a government should “Israel” face a third round of elections within a 12-month period. Further details

 

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday said he will resign from all ministerial positions by January 1, 2020. He is not expected to quit his post as prime minister. Further details

 

The Jerusalem Post:

The Knesset missed its deadline to nominate a candidate for prime minister, officially launching a third election in less than a year overnight Wednesday. Further details

 

“I will always celebrate and honor the Jewish people," said US President Donald Trump told the crowd at the White House Hanukkah reception. Further details

 

Police found wheels pierced on approximately 20 vehicles, one of which had a Star of David on it, this morning in Manshiya Zabda, about 13 km west of Nazareth, in northern Israel, according to the Police Spokesperson's Unit, which referred to it as a suspected "nationalist" crime. Further details

 

An Egyptian official has accused Israeli Jews of falsifying Jewish links to the land of “Israel”. Further details

 

Hamas has denied it supports the British Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, in the country’s general election, slated for December 12. Further details

 

The European Union and Denmark have joined forces with the Palestinian Authorities to inaugurate two new public buildings in Area C villages near Bethlehem. Further details

 

Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon brought "dozens" of UN ambassadors as guests with him to visit the “City of David” to demonstrate the Jewish's peoples ancient roots in “Israel” in front of the world leaders Wednesday afternoon. Further details

 

With his mind on the possibility of a last-ditch miracle to save "Israel” from a third round of parliamentary elections in less than a one-year period, President Reuven Rivlin on Wednesday hosted a delegation of close to thirty ambassadors accredited to the United Nations. Further details

 

“Distinguished members of the Committee, the doors are open,” was the message that Jamal Hakroosh delivered about the State of Israel’s Arab citizens last week to attendees of the World Conference against Discrimination and Racism at the United Nations in Geneva. Further details

 

“Israel” voiced concern about Britain's election on Thursday, describing the possible rise of the Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn as a threat to bilateral ties and as being alarming for British Jews. Further details

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