| “we are not the enemies of the Egyptian people or enemies of the Palestinians,”
An Israeli message of love to Palestinians
The Egyptian Salafi Al-Nour party said it respects all treaties signed by Egypt, including the peace treaty with Israel, and stated that they are also in favor of negotiating with the Zionist entity, Haaretz reported.
The Israeli daily further quoted a senior diplomatic official in Al-Quds as saying that “Israel’s new ambassador in Cairo, Yaakov Amitai, will attempt to open communication channels with Islamic officials in Egypt, including representatives of the Muslim Brotherhood and the radical Salafi movement’s Al-Nour Party.”
“We should make every effort to explain that we are not the enemies of the Egyptian people or enemies of the Palestinians,” the official further stated.
Settlers attack mosque in al-Khalil, leave racist graffiti Jewish settlers on Sunday night daubed the entrance of the Sahaba Mosque, in the village of Bani Naim to the east of al-Khalil, with racist graffiti which insulted Islam and the Prophet PBUH.
Occupation plan to demolish a hamlet in the Jordan valley IOF troops accompanied by planning official Monday afternoon raided the Hamma hamlet in the northern Jordan valley and gave notice to the residents that the hamlet will be demolished.
IOF arrest 21 Jerusalem residents in a week, half of them children Dhameer institute for Palestinian prisoners said that the Israeli occupation arrested more than twenty Palestinian residents of Jerusalem since the opening of the Sha’fat crossing.
Palestinian worker dies during Israeli police chase A Palestinian worker died on Sunday during a police chase of a number of workers in Tamra city in Palestinian land occupied in 1948, local sources said.
Jewish settlers burn five Palestinian vehicles Jewish settlers attacked Beitin village near Ramallah pre dawn Monday and set five Palestinian vehicles on fire after attacking a building there, local sources reported.
Should we condemn the south Sudan’s president for visiting Israel???
South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir arrived for the first time in the occupied territories early Tuesday in a 24-hour visit.
Kiir will hold talks with Israeli President Shimon Peres, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, “Defense” Minister Ehud Barak and Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman.
Kiir was received by Zionist Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon, who hailed the visit saying it “testifies to the deep friendship and the natural partnership between South Sudan and Israel”.
AFP reported that Kiir’s visit will not include any public remarks.
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