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Israeli lawmakers have voted to pass the final readings of a bill to dissolve the parliament, paving the way for snap elections slated for Nov. 1.
The White House has been working on a “road map for normalization” between Israel and Saudi Arabia ahead of US President Joe Biden’s visit to the Middle East next month, according to four US sources briefed on the issue.
An Iranian international law expert says Rafael Grossi, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), has blocked him on Twitter, over apparent anger at two questions raised by the expert in a thread of tweets over Israel’s nuclear policy.
Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, in a ceremony, has congratulated Lebanese on the anniversary of the liberation of southern Lebanese territories in 2000 after a successful military confrontation with the Israeli regime.
Palestinian resistance movement Hamas has thanked Iraq after its parliament criminalized any effort to normalize ties with the Israeli regime.
Iraqi lawmakers have approved a draft bill banning any normalization of ties with the Zionist regime.
Israeli forces have shot dead Al Jazeera’s journalist Shireen Abu Akleh in the occupied West Bank, the Palestinian Health Ministry confirmed.
Mobile phones belonging to Spain's prime minister and defence minister were infected witj Israel's Pegasus spyware last year, a government spokesperson confirmed on Monday.
Israel has denounced Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Monday for suggesting that the Nazi leader Adolf Hitler had Jewish origins. Israeli Foreign Ministr Yair Lapid said the Russian ambassador would be summoned for "a tough talk" over the assertion.
Lebanon’s Hezbollah leader has warned Israel against any “mistake or foolish act”, saying Hezbollah will “firmly and directly” respond to any such mistakes by the occupying regime.
At least four Syrian army troops have been killed and three others injured after Israeli missiles hit the outskirts of the capital, Damascus.
Israeli police announced Tuesday they have launched an investigation into a death threat made against the prime minister. The family of Naftali Bennett was sent a death threat letter containing a live bullet.
An ex-Iranian lawmaker says the demands abruptly put on the negotiating table by Russia in Vienna are a “serious obstacle” to the conclusion of an agreement aimed at reviving the 2015 nuclear deal, adding that Moscow made such a move in coordination with Israel.
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps has claimed missile strikes on sites in Iraq’s Kurdistan Region saying the attacks hit “Zionists’ strategic centers” for their plots and villainy by powerful precision-strike missiles.
An Iranian official says local intelligence forces dealt a heavy blow to the largest Israeli espionage network in the northern western province of West Azarbaijan over the past month.
Iran says it reserves the right to respond to Israel’s recent missile attack which left two Iranian military advisers dead in the Syrian capital Damascus.
Israel's president arrived in Ankara Wednesday on a trip aimed at repairing fractured ties with Turkey. Demonstrators had burnt the Israeli flag in the Turkish city of Istanbul ahead of the visit.
Israel has launched a missile attack on an area near the Syrian capital Damascus, killing at least two civilians and causing damage.
Lebanon’s resistance movement says it sent a drone over occupied Palestine adding the aerial vehicle returned safely to Lebanon.