In First, Moroccan Delegation in Israel to Promote Cooperation with Farmers

A large delegation from Morocco will arrive in Israel to participate in the Agromashov 2021 agricultural exhibition’ in Jerusalem next week.

Israir to Launch Direct Flights to Morocco

Morocco is the fourth Arab nation to join the "circle of peace" recently after the initial signing of the Abraham Accords by Israel, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Sudan.

Morocco’s Chief Liaison, Israeli Minister Agree Peace ‘Substantially Changes’ Diplomatic Situation in Region

"Right after Ramadan, we will act to tighten tourist relations between our countries via the operation of direct flights."

Israel Signs Multimillion-Dollar Strategic Accord with Morocco

“Beyond the important potential for additional trade, there are now infinite investment opportunities that Moroccan and Israeli private sectors can take advantage of,” says the president of the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises.

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.

US-Israeli Delegation Makes History in Morocco, Signs Diplomatic and Economic Deals

Morocco is home to one of the Diaspora's oldest Jewish communities, Jews first settled in Morocco when it was part of the Roman Empire. The country later became a haven for Jews fleeing the Spanish Inquisition.

El Al to Operate First Direct Israeli-Morocco El Al Flight on Dec. 22

A joint U.S.-Israel delegation led by senior Trump adviser Jared Kushner and Israeli National Security Advisor Meir Ben-Shabbat will be aboard.

Jewish, Pro-Israel Groups React to Morocco Agreeing to Normalize Ties with Israel

Rabbi Yaakov Menken, managing director of the Coalition for Jewish Values, said “instead of a cold détente attained via surrender to unreasonable demands, these new agreements promote peace based upon common security needs and mutual medical, technological and financial benefits.”

Israeli Water-From-Air Tech to be Sold in UAE, Gulf States

The partnership will target the agriculture sector, offices and apartment buildings, hotels, industry, and maritime.

After Assassination of Iranian Scientist, Israel Puts Out Travel Warning for UAE

The Counterterrorism Bureau put out on Monday a Basic concrete threat, the third most severe level.

Stranded Israelis Extracted from Morocco to Israel in Secret Operation

The rescue, spearheaded by Likud MK Nir Barkat, involved intense efforts by Israel’s National Security Council and the use of a Boeing 767 belonging to billionaire philanthropists Dr. Miriam and Sheldon Adelson.

Is There a Direct Route from Tel Aviv to Morocco Ahead for El Al?

“Moroccan media are speculating that the launch of direct flights between the two countries could be as soon as May."

1 Israeli Dies in Morocco, Possible Terror ‘Incident’

The Israelis were on their way to prayers and a celebratory meal for Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto marking the passing of his grandfather.

2 Suicide Bombings in Tunisian Capital

Interior Ministry spokesperson Sofian Za’ak called on the public to “show strength” and not to panic.

King Mohammed VI of Morocco Decrees Elections for Representative Bodies from Jewish Communities

The decree came a few days after a visit to Fez by the king, where he launched the construction of the Museum of Jewish Culture.

Jewish Tourism Minister: Normalizing Ties with Israel ‘Sensitive Matter’

Needless to say, Trabelsi was attacked on Tunisian social media for the very fact of giving an interview to Israeli TV.

Strasbourg Terrorist Yelled ‘Allahu Akbar’ While Shooting, Still at Large

Chekatt is believed to have been radicalized while serving prison terms in France and Germany.

Germany Releases, Deports Moroccan 9/11 Accomplice

It took more than five years of trials and appeals for German prosecutors to finally convict Motassadeq in 2007.

Israeli Ship Refused Safe Harbor in Tunisia

Boycott organizations threatened to block the port of the North-African country, forcing the Zim owned ship to turn around.

Israeli Chess Prodigy To Be Allowed To Compete In Tunisia Tourney

Players from all countries are welcome, without exception, the Tunisian Chess Federation said.

World Chess Federation Warns Tunisia Not to Bar Israel from Tournament

FIDA has "requested written confirmation [from Tunisia] that the 2019 World Schools Championship . . . will provide visas to all participants."

Hamas Chief Trying Desperately to Get Arab Rulers’ Attention to His Plight

Haniyeh's choice for his plea for is interesting, since the Kuwaiti and Moroccan leaders are among the least sympathetic to the plight of his people in the Arab world.

Israeli Fans after World Cup Flag Hullabaloo: It Wasn’t over Gaza, It Was over...

The original news report was about fans of the Moroccan team attacked several Israeli fans at the end of the game And tried to snatch their Israeli flag.

Algeria Sentences ‘Israeli Collaborator’ to Death

The accused was convicted on charges of “espionage for the benefit of a foreign force (Israel) and for forming a criminal group" aiming to threaten Algerian security.

Israel Proposes $1B Plan to Rebuild Gaza at Emergency Meet with International Donors

Israel offered to provide technology and knowledge for the host of projects necessary to create new infrastructure for the enclave, but funding and materials must come from the international community.

Tunisian Security Thwarted Terror Attack on Local Jews

The terrorists were planning to carry out an attack on the Great Synagogue in the capital.

Moroccan MP to Israeli Former Defense Minister: War Criminal, Leave Our Country

While Peretz just stood and stared silently at his attacker, another member of the Israeli delegation, former Deputy Foreign Minister Majalli Wahabi, a Druze, defended Peretz, or, actually, attacked the Moroccan MP.

Watch: Spanish, Moroccan Police Capture Jihadist Cell in Both Countries

Spanish and Moroccan police squads eliminated the six-member jihadist terror cell, the ministry's report elaborated. Five of the terrorists were arrested in Morocco, and one in Spain.

13 Dead, 100 Wounded in Barcelona Terror Ramming Attack

Earlier reports of a hostage situation were subsequently debunked.


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