Alon Leviev beat competitors from Pakistan, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan, as well as an athlete from Abu Dhabi, in the final, to win the gold in the under-55-kilograms (121 pounds) weight category.
All countries “without exception” were welcome to attend.
Johnson said he plans to meet Iran's president Hassan Rouhani in New York.
Saudi Arabia has vowed to "confront and deal with this terrorist aggression."
Israel received surprising support for its retaliatory strikes in Lebanon.
Bahraini citizens were told to leave Lebanon "given the events and developments in the country that require everyone to take precautions."
Ra’nem was a member of the delegation of PA businessmen who participated in the Peace to Prosperity summit in Manama last month.
PLO Secretary General Saeb Erekat on Friday condemned Trump's peace envoy Jason Greenblatt's statement, suggesting he preferred to call Israeli settlements "neighborhoods and cities."
The last time that Israelis have been allowed to visit Manama, Bahrain’s capital, en masse was in the halcyon days following the signing of the Oslo Accords on the White House lawn in 1993.
"We need to consider how to prevent hostility on the part of the Palestinian leadership. We know what that looks like."
Hebron businessman Ashraf Jabari, who is leading the PA delegation, will speak at the conference.
The protest activities are orchestrated by the Gaza and PA governments and will continue in coordination and partnership with national action groups and trade unions through Wednesday.
Judging by the positive reaction to the Trump plan across the Western-affiliated Middle East, everybody who is anybody has already jumped on the American bandwagon.
A PA source said that Jordan agreed to participate in the Bahrain event after Jared Kushner, Trump’s close advisor, visited the Kingdom and gave his word that Jordan’s control of the holy sites in Jerusalem would not be compromised by the peace plan.
The summit is to serve as a major step towards the unveiling of President Donald Trump’s “Deal of the Century” peace plan.
Naturally, the PA's "the moon or nothing" approach continues the catastrophic Arab tradition that began with the wholesale rejection of the 1947 partition plan.
Mogherini: The Secretary "heard very clearly from us . . . the most responsible attitude to take . . . should be that of maximum restraint, avoiding escalation on the military side."
There are no diplomatic ties between Dubai and Israel
Nasrallah also denied claims that Hezbollah has cells in Latin America, while stressing his support for Venezuela.
Pence warned "the Iranian regime openly advocates another Holocaust" in the Middle East. He added that the Islamic Republic the "greatest threat to peace and security" in the region.
Netanyahu is also set to meet with U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on the sidelines of the gathering.
According to rumors, the new peace plan includes handing the new PA government—whether as a fully realized state or something less than that—the eastern part of Jerusalem to be turned into its future capital.
The Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs maintains more than 800 online channels in 50 languages.
To the vast majority of Muslims, the very existence of a Jewish state is a violation of everything that's sacred. Which makes Bahrain's stand extremely unusual and extremely brave.
Netanyahu said that the relationship between Israel and the Gulf States is growing.
Greenblatt: "Israel and its neighbors continue to find common ground."
Netanyahu: "There is much hope when we hear our national anthem; everyone is moved by this honor and pride. It is not only your personal achievement and the Jewish achievement of Israeli sports, but also the fact that the anthem was being played in Abu Dhabi."
Culture and Sports Minister Miri Regev was invited by an official representative of United Arab Emirates to an official visit at the Sheikh Zayed...
For the first time ever, the Israeli national anthem, Hatikvah, played in Abu Dhabi, the capital city of the United Arab Emirates.
The last visit to Oman by an Israeli leader took place in 1996, when then-Prime Minister Shimon Peres arrived for talks.