Much like all of Iran’s other neighbors, Qatar is uneasy.
Israeli reporters have received some abusive treatment by Arabs in Qatar.
Qatar will replace a Russian company that was initially going to comprise one-third of the participating companies.
In response to the victory, the king of Saudi Arabia has declared a public holiday will be celebrated on Wednesday.
Haliva suggested that "Iran is considering taking action against Qatar during the World Cup."
Qatar has been unable to shake the relentless complaints about its miserable treatment of the foreign workers who were hired to build the stadiums.
A van packed with explosives was driven into the AMIA building and detonated, killing 85 people and injuring more than 300.
Instead, Patricia Hermanns, the ambassador of the Bahamas, was appointed to the post.
Previously, Israeli citizens could only enter Qatar for such events if they also held another nation’s passport.
"The Red Crescent immediately evacuated the body so we couldn’t check the ballistics that hit her.”
As a rule, in all the countries surveyed, the more the respondents knew about Israel, the higher was their level of sympathy.
The German national team wore T-shirts with the slogan “human rights” before a World Cup qualifying match last year.
A total 47 million Qatari riyal (approximately $12.9 million) was allocated to the winners in three camel categories.
“Kan 11” TV news report says the plane took off from Ben-Gurion Airport and made a stopover in Amman, Jordan.
Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani said he does not envision the country joining the Abraham Accords “in the absence of a real commitment to a two-state solution” between Israel and the Palestinians.
The “Gas for Gaza” initiative seeks to see natural gas pumped from Israel's Leviathan gas field into the Gaza Strip, according to Arab media.
Hamas employs about 50,000 civil servants of varying ranks in Gaza, including teachers and doctors.
This way, Qatar is not directly sending money to Hamas, bypassing the problem of sending them money.
Israel must approve individuals receiving aid to ensure that money goes to the poor and not to Hamas.
“The core of the problem is political, as long as the peace process is not addressed, you cannot just count on economic normalization,” said Qatar's foreign minister.
Bennett said he “will formulate a position" after he is presented with the various possibilities.
Gulf states such as Hamas's patron, Qatar, may be seeking to redeem Israeli land with their enormous cash reserves.
Defense Minister Gantz said he worked with Qatar "to ensure the money reaches those truly in need, while maintaining Israel's security needs."
PA Banks don't want to transfer the money to Hamas terrorists which opens them up to being shut down.
The banks seem to be concerned by the prospect of being exposed to terror-financing legal action.
Hamas does not agree to waive the payment of wages to its 27,000 civilian administration employees of the Gaza Strip.
There appears to be no information about Israel's vow this past May not to allow Qatari fund transfers into Gaza until two living and two dead Israeli captives are returned.
Hamas wants the money transferred in cash, because, you know...
Under the plan, "Qatari grant funds will be transferred through the United Nations to be distributed to poor families in the Gaza Strip."
The Lapid-Bennett government must be challenged to show that it's not just code for cash to pay Hamas employees.