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Turkish FM slams Arab’s weak response to US al-Quds decision

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has lashed out at some Arab countries over their “weak” reaction to US recognition of Jerusalem al-Quds as Israel’s capital. “Some Arab countries have shown very weak responses (on Jerusalem),” Cavusoglu said on Tuesday, noting, “It seems some countries are very timid of the United ...

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Israeli minister calls Arab lawmakers ‘war criminals’

Frustrated with growing anti-Tel Aviv sentiment in the aftermath of the new US policy on Jerusalem al-Quds, the regime’s minister of military affairs has stepped up his hostile rhetoric against Israeli Arabs and labeled their lawmakers “war criminals.” Avigdor Lieberman lashed out at the Joint List, which has 13 members ...

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Israel targets Hamas positions throughout Gaza Strip

Israeli forces have targeted several positions in the Gaza Strip with land and air attacks for the second time in one day. The Israeli army confirmed that it carried out attacks on positions belonging to the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas for the second time late on Monday. It claimed that ...

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Putin, Erdogan warn over escalating al-Quds tensions

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that a deal to purchase Russian S-400 air defense systems will be finalized by the end of the week. Erdogan made the remark following a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Ankara on Monday. S-400, whose full name is the Triumf Mobile Multiple ...

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