Fatah spokesperson said Wednesday that it was clear to the terror
organization that Israel was in contact with Hamas terrorists. In an
interview with the Palestinian Authority-controlled Ma’an news service,
Ahmad Assaf, commenting on reports that “messages” had been exchanged
between Israel and Hamas, said that the contacts were actually more
extensive than previously reported, with Prime Minister Binyamin
Netanyahu himself in contact with top Hamas terrorists.
question: “I thought the Affordable Care Act would save $2500 per
family. What happened?”
Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Rep. Tim Walz, both of Minnesota, seemingly
didn’t know how to respond. In fact, the room erupted in laughter after
the two just stared at each other. Rep. Collin Peterson (D-Minn.), who
also attended the meeting, was the only one prepared to respond.
Secretary of State John Kerry says his feelings toward Israel changed
10 years ago, after he found out that that he had Jewish grandparents.
Ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro asserted on Friday that the framework
peace deal currently being negotiated by US Secretary of State of John
Kerry will include Palestinian recognition of Israel as “the nation
state of the Jewish people.”
leading Republicans on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence say
that Michael Morell, then acting director of the Central Intelligence
Agency, gave an account of his role on Benghazi that was often
misleading and sometimes deliberately false.
earthquake which hit North Devon yesterday was “significant by UK
standards” according to the British Geological Survey. Assistant
seismologist Julian Bukits confirmed the earthquake which struck at
around 1.21pm yesterday was the biggest since 2008. It occurred in the
Bristol Channel around halfway between the North Devon coast and South
than 100 copies of Anne Frank’s Diary of a Young Girl have been
vandalised in public libraries in Japan’s capital Tokyo, officials say.
Pages have been ripped from at least 265 copies of the diary and other
related books, they added.
It is not clear who is behind the vandalism. A US Jewish rights group
has called for a police investigation.
Gallup poll based on telephone interviews conducted Feb. 6-9, 2014, with a
random sample of 1,023 adults, aged 18 and older, living in all 50 U.S.
socialists are set to top the polls in May’s European elections,
according to the first pan-EU election forecast.
The projections, released by Pollwatch Europe on Tuesday (19 February),
give the parliament’s centre-left group 221 out of 751 seats on 29
percent of the vote, up from the 194 seats it currently holds.
right wing MKs in Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s coalition are
concerned over rumors that Israel will be asked to freeze settlement
construction in the West Bank as part of the continued peace talks with
the Palestinians. But Coalition chairman Yariv Levin (Likud) said
Friday, that he did not think Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu would
impose such a building freeze.
Pontifical Mission in Jerusalem Thursday signed a $500,000 agreement for
restoration of the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem. Ziad Bandak, who
heads the presidential committee overseeing the church renovation,
signed the agreement with Sami Yousef, the regional director of
the Pontifical Mission.
news about preparations by opposition fighters for a major offensive
from the south of Damascus on the Syrian capital emerge, Al-Akhbar
learned that the Syrian army is getting ready to confront any surprise
attack after “monitoring, for some time, movements along the Jordanian
storm system is already responsible for near-blizzard conditions in
Minnesota and Iowa, strong winds across much of the country’s
midsection, and at least two tornadoes in Illinois.
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