While not immediately accepted, the conversation signals a possible shift in U.S.-Saudi relations
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Unlike the Abraham Accords, a peace deal with the Palestinians is much less straightforward and still remains a long shot
SILENCED? Israel’s Health Ministry removes comments claiming adverse effects from the COVID vaccine on its social media post
The Ministry admitted that comments were deleted but said some of it was “fake news”
Israel and the European Union agreed to mutually recognize each other’s government-issued vaccine passports
After Defense Minister Gantz met with Abbas, Bennett’s opposition makes Israeli policy toward Ramallah seem contradictory and inconsistent. But is it?
‘All children are the same – whatever color or religion,’ says Dr. Noor Ul Owase Jeelani, adding that ‘medicine transcends all divisions’
Last week, a laconic statement from the Department of Defense marked a tectonic shift in Middle East security cooperation, as the United States formally designated that Israel would now be part of the U.S Central Command
The welcome visit indicates that Egypt-Israel ties can thrive post-Netanyahu, potentially expanding from the security domain to economic and civil affairs.