The Secretary of State of the United States of America, Antony Blinken pays a courtesy visit to Israel.This was made known by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the state of Israel, Gabi Ashkenazi in his verified Twitter handle.According to Gabi, they will discuss how to build and strengthen the US-Israel relationship on regional development.
More Pictures From The Explosion Scene At Lebanon. There was massive explosion today at the city of Beirut in Lebanon which claimed not less than 50 lives and upto 2,750 people sustained several injuries according to CNN. Have a look at what the explosion did to Lebanese prime minister Office that is located 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) away from the scene. Some eye witnesses who saw the first explosion gave account on how it all started. According to them it all started with a minor explosion at about 6:07pm local
Benny Gantz joins Netanyahu, eliciting indignant anger from his former boosters, and a whole lot of questions from everyone else. . What’s the deal? A year of political wrangling came to a seemingly sudden halt Thursday as the biggest challenge to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s rule fell apart as Benny Gantz, the one-time leader of the Blue and White party, appeared to forge a unity deal. As of this writing, there is not yet a deal, but most reporting and punditry acts like there is one, and that
On Friday, Israeli Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi announced that his country will do everything necessary to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon. After a summit with his Greek and Cypriot counterparts and a senior Emirati official in Paphos, Cyprus, he said, "The discussions focused on the possibilities of building on prosperity and stability in the region." nuclear weapons "We also took time to discuss the challenges that Iran and Hezbollah pose to the stability of the Middle East and regional peace
Israel and Bahrain agree to open embassies. The Bahraini Foreign Minister holds a session of joint talks with his Israeli counterpart. coffee beans The foreign ministers of Israel and Bahrain said today, Wednesday, that the two countries have agreed to exchange embassies as they look to boost the cooperation that Washington has promoted as an anti-Iran coalition with economic gains . On the first official visit by an official from his country to Israel, Bahrain's Foreign Minister, Abdul Latif Al-Zayani, said
Will Saudi Arabia establish formal ties with Israel? Or will it remain a peculiar Arab nation without formal ties with Israel? Saudi Arabia’s royals seem to be getting bitterly divided on this issue. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) wants to warm up to Israel. He regularly hints at a closer Israel-Saudi relationship. On the other hand, other older princes and the King have been opposing any step towards forging closer ties with Israel. And the generational division in Saudi Royal Court was on