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Former Israeli Communications Minister: I Was Anwar Sadat’s Druze Translator

“Presidents Obama and Clinton's mistake was that they thought there could be democracy in Egypt,” Kara explained.

Poland Donates Spare COVID-19 vaccines to Iran, Egypt, Ukraine

Poland did not charge Iran for the vaccines in consideration of its economic hardship.

Huge Tenders for Egyptian Companies: the Egyptian Interest in Gaza’s Rehabilitation

There is progress in Egyptian-brokered talks with Hamas on the matter of rehabilitation, but not regarding a prisoner exchange with Israel.

Former Netanyahu Minister Hails Jordan’s Opening Its Syrian Border

According to Kara, “Jordan can now help the Druze refugees on humanitarian grounds."

Talks with Hamas Stuck, Tensions Rising, Despite Increase in Israeli Work Permits

The Qatari envoy is expected to arrive in the Gaza Strip to establish a mechanism for paying salaries to Hamas officials.

Egypt’s National Carrier Launches Direct Cairo-Tel Aviv Route

The state-owned Egyptian carrier is slated to fly the Cairo-Tel Aviv-Cairo route four times weekly.

Report: US to Freeze $130 Million of Egyptian Military Aid Over Human-Rights Abuses

The report comes a day after Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett met with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi in Sharm El-Sheikh.

Report: Egyptair to operate Cairo-Tel Aviv flights

The Taba crossing between Israel and Egypt also returned to normal operations after restrictions were put in place because of COVID-19.

Israeli PM Bennett, Egyptian President Sisi Meet in Sinai, Discuss Iran, Hamas

This is the first visit to Egypt by an Israeli prime minister in more than a decade.

Egyptian President El-Sisi Invites Israel’s Bennett to Cairo

The invitation was conveyed by Egyptian Intelligence Minister Abbas Kamel.

Israel Weighs Egyptian Request to Downgrade Travel Advisory to Sinai

The Israeli Counter-Terrorism Bureau has classified Sinai in its most severe terrorism level—“a very high concrete threat—for 17 years.

Israeli FM Lapid and Egyptian FM Shukri meet in Brussels

Egypt stress the need for Israel to restart peace negotiations with the Palestinian Authority.

Lapid, Shukri Discuss Humanitarian Aid to Gaza, Hamas Terrorism & Israeli Captives

The two men also discussed ways to strengthen the security of the State of Israel in the face of terrorist threats.

Hamas and Israeli Teams in Cairo for Negotiations on Long-Term Ceasefire

Hamas’s arrival in Cairo occurred as an Israeli delegation arrived in the Egyptian capital, for the second time in a week.

Israeli, Hamas Delegations in Cairo for Prisoner Exchange Talks

The sources pointed out that there are efforts by other parties, including the United Nations, Germany, and Qatar, to insure the success of these efforts.

PM Bennett has First Conversation with Egyptian President El-Sisi

The Prime Minister’s Office stated that the two discussed “a broad range of bilateral, regional and international issues.”

Ashkenazi Returns from Egypt: The Circle of Peace is Expanding; But Palestinian Authority Incitement...

Ashkenazi said there would be no settlement "without resolving the issue of returning the prisoners and MIAs held by Hamas terrorists."

Ashkenazi Arrives in Cairo, Egyptian Intelligence Chief Heads to Israel

The current proposal Egypt is trying to broker includes the return of the four Israeli citizens held captive by Hamas, and $1.4b in pledges to rebuild Gaza.

War Pays: Hamas Gets Over $1 Billion in International Aid Pledges

Israel insist on linking release of its captive citizens to any negotiations that would lead to a truce, or start reconstruction in the Gaza Strip.

Abbas Cancels Legislative Election Denying Hamas Easy Victory, Pins Blame on Israel

Of course, Israel could call Abass' bluff by designating voting stations for eastern Jerusalem residents who possess PA ID cards.

Tide and Relentless Excavation Effort Finally Help Ever Given to Float Free

But Ever Given is not floating happily upstream just yet.

Hamas, Fatah, Pledge on their Honor to Guarantee Success of Upcoming Elections

The legislative elections are planned for May 22, presidential for July 31, and Palestinian National Council elections for August 31.

Israeli, Egyptian Officials Hold Largest Bilateral Conference in 20 Years

Israeli Intelligence Minister Eli Cohen says that the conference will help countries bring bilateral trade back to its previous high of $1b billion annually.

Ramallah’s Revenge: PA Vetoes Emirates’ Inclusion in East Mediterranean Gas Forum

All EMGF resolutions must be unanimous, and so the PA's nay vote was enough to deny the UAE's request.

Clinton Bailey’s Archive of Ancient Bedouin Culture Now Available for Free Online

Hundredsof hours of singular audio recordings, photos and slides from fifty years of research.

Israeli Officials Raid Greek Ship Suspected of Tar Spill on Israeli Beaches

Dead marine animals have been washing up on Israel’s beaches, including a 17-meter baby fin whale.

Egyptian Minister of Energy in Israel to Talk Gas Projects

This is the first official visit by an Egyptian minister to the Jewish state since 2016.

Egypt: Gaza’s Rafah Border Crossing Opens ‘Indefinitely’

“This is the first time in years that the Rafah border crossing is opening indefinitely."

Man of the Year 2020: Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Zayed

MBZ is committed to a counter-jihad while amassing a staggering wealth and constructing a formidable military and police force.


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