Category: Middle-east

middle-east

  • Gazans left without electricity for 30 continuous hours

    Palestinians took to demonstrate against the dire situation they are living in after electricity supplies in Gaza were cut further, resulting in Gaza having no electricity for 30 continuous hours for the first time since the electricity crisis began earlier in 2017. Gaza’s last functioning turbine was shut down on Wednesday due to a severe shortage of fuel, plunging the Strip into near total darkness, according to Haaretz. Gazans protested to raise awareness of the unfolding humanitarian disaster in the besieged enclave as a result of the power crisis and salary cuts imposed by the Palestinian Authority in occupied Ramallah on 14 July 2017. The majority of Palestinians have condemn President Mahmoud Abbas’ policies against the enclave, saying that Abbas aims to […]

  • Israel’s military bases are ‘not secure’

    Seven Israeli military bases in the south of the country are “not secure” allowing attackers to penetrate them, local media reported army sources saying yesterday. According to Quds Press, the Israel’s Channel 7 said that the inspection unit of the General Chief of Staff reached this result after a number of its members infiltrated the military bases and stole equipment, arms and confidential documents. It reiterated what was reported a couple of days ago that the Chief of Staff of the Israeli Army, Gadi Eisenkot, had ordered the Israeli military to invest 15 million shekels ($4.2 million) into additional security measures for on-base armouries. As a result, the army is currently carrying out strict security inspections in all of the military bases in order to impose strict disciplinary measures […]

  • Israel’s military bases are ‘not secure’

    Seven Israeli military bases in the south of the country are “not secure” allowing attackers to penetrate them, local media reported army sources saying yesterday. According to Quds Press, the Israel’s Channel 7 said that the inspection unit of the General Chief of Staff reached this result after a number of its members infiltrated the military bases and stole equipment, arms and confidential documents. It reiterated what was reported a couple of days ago that the Chief of Staff of the Israeli Army, Gadi Eisenkot, had ordered the Israeli military to invest 15 million shekels ($4.2 million) into additional security measures for on-base armouries. As a result, the army is currently carrying out strict security inspections in all of the military bases in order to impose strict disciplinary measures […]

  • Israel’s military bases are ‘not secure’

    Seven Israeli military bases in the south of the country are “not secure” allowing attackers to penetrate them, local media reported army sources saying yesterday. According to Quds Press, the Israel’s Channel 7 said that the inspection unit of the General Chief of Staff reached this result after a number of its members infiltrated the military bases and stole equipment, arms and confidential documents. It reiterated what was reported a couple of days ago that the Chief of Staff of the Israeli Army, Gadi Eisenkot, had ordered the Israeli military to invest 15 million shekels ($4.2 million) into additional security measures for on-base armouries. As a result, the army is currently carrying out strict security inspections in all of the military bases in order to impose strict disciplinary measures […]

  • Israel’s military bases are ‘not secure’

    Seven Israeli military bases in the south of the country are “not secure” allowing attackers to penetrate them, local media reported army sources saying yesterday. According to Quds Press, the Israel’s Channel 7 said that the inspection unit of the General Chief of Staff reached this result after a number of its members infiltrated the military bases and stole equipment, arms and confidential documents. It reiterated what was reported a couple of days ago that the Chief of Staff of the Israeli Army, Gadi Eisenkot, had ordered the Israeli military to invest 15 million shekels ($4.2 million) into additional security measures for on-base armouries. As a result, the army is currently carrying out strict security inspections in all of the military bases in order to impose strict disciplinary measures […]

  • Israel’s military bases are ‘not secure’

    Seven Israeli military bases in the south of the country are “not secure” allowing attackers to penetrate them, local media reported army sources saying yesterday. According to Quds Press, the Israel’s Channel 7 said that the inspection unit of the General Chief of Staff reached this result after a number of its members infiltrated the military bases and stole equipment, arms and confidential documents. It reiterated what was reported a couple of days ago that the Chief of Staff of the Israeli Army, Gadi Eisenkot, had ordered the Israeli military to invest 15 million shekels ($4.2 million) into additional security measures for on-base armouries. As a result, the army is currently carrying out strict security inspections in all of the military bases in order to impose strict disciplinary measures […]

  • Islamic Jihad delegation to Egypt for talks

    A senior Islamic Jihad delegation headed to Cairo to discuss mutual relations as well as the latest development in the Palestinian cause, Quds Press reported yesterday. Speaking to the news site, the group’s spokesperson, Daud Shihab said that the delegation of consisted of the Secretary-General Ramadan Shallah and his deputy Ziyad Al-Nakhla who both live in exile. He noted that this visit came following an invitation from Egypt in an effort to discuss the humanitarian situation in Gaza and other developments on the ground. This visit comes after a similar visit by the group in March. A Hamas delegation has made two similar visits to Egypt in recent months. Discussions during the meetings circled around mutual relations, border issues, the electricity crisis, fuel, healthcare, commercial exchange amongst others.

  • Islamic Jihad delegation to Egypt for talks

    A senior Islamic Jihad delegation headed to Cairo to discuss mutual relations as well as the latest development in the Palestinian cause, Quds Press reported yesterday. Speaking to the news site, the group’s spokesperson, Daud Shihab said that the delegation of consisted of the Secretary-General Ramadan Shallah and his deputy Ziyad Al-Nakhla who both live in exile. He noted that this visit came following an invitation from Egypt in an effort to discuss the humanitarian situation in Gaza and other developments on the ground. This visit comes after a similar visit by the group in March. A Hamas delegation has made two similar visits to Egypt in recent months. Discussions during the meetings circled around mutual relations, border issues, the electricity crisis, fuel, healthcare, commercial exchange amongst others.

  • Islamic Jihad delegation to Egypt for talks

    A senior Islamic Jihad delegation headed to Cairo to discuss mutual relations as well as the latest development in the Palestinian cause, Quds Press reported yesterday. Speaking to the news site, the group’s spokesperson, Daud Shihab said that the delegation of consisted of the Secretary-General Ramadan Shallah and his deputy Ziyad Al-Nakhla who both live in exile. He noted that this visit came following an invitation from Egypt in an effort to discuss the humanitarian situation in Gaza and other developments on the ground. This visit comes after a similar visit by the group in March. A Hamas delegation has made two similar visits to Egypt in recent months. Discussions during the meetings circled around mutual relations, border issues, the electricity crisis, fuel, healthcare, commercial exchange amongst others.

  • Islamic Jihad delegation to Egypt for talks

    A senior Islamic Jihad delegation headed to Cairo to discuss mutual relations as well as the latest development in the Palestinian cause, Quds Press reported yesterday. Speaking to the news site, the group’s spokesperson, Daud Shihab said that the delegation of consisted of the Secretary-General Ramadan Shallah and his deputy Ziyad Al-Nakhla who both live in exile. He noted that this visit came following an invitation from Egypt in an effort to discuss the humanitarian situation in Gaza and other developments on the ground. This visit comes after a similar visit by the group in March. A Hamas delegation has made two similar visits to Egypt in recent months. Discussions during the meetings circled around mutual relations, border issues, the electricity crisis, fuel, healthcare, commercial exchange amongst others.