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Erdogan and Netanyahu trade 'tyrant', 'dictator' insults

Ankara - Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday blasted Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu as a "tyrant" who "massacred" Palestinian children as the two leaders exchanged insults in their latest spat.

Netanyahu hits back at 'Turkey's dictator Erdogan'

Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday slammed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as a "dictator" and "a joke" in the latest exchange of insults between the two leaders.

Caution aired against utopian expectations of EU-Arab summit

Apo - European and Arab leaders called for joint solutions to Middle East conflicts destabilising both regions while one cautioned Monday against raising utopian expectations from their first-ever summit.

EU, Arabs tackle troubled Middle East at first summit

Apo - European and Arab leaders gather Sunday for their first summit aimed at stepping up cooperation on trade, security and migration while the EU-Brexit stalemate looms on the sidelines.

First Arab-EU summit billed as chance to cooperate in troubled region

Apo - European and Arab leaders are to hold their first summit Sunday, in what the top EU diplomat sees as a chance to boost cooperation across a troubled Mediterranean region.

Arab League chief calls for international probe into Israel 'crimes'

Apo - Arab League chief Ahmed Abul Gheit on Thursday called for an international probe into alleged "crimes" committed by Israeli forces against Palestinians during deadly violence along the Gaza border this week.

Arab ire at US Jerusalem move looks unlikely to spark action

Dubai - Arab leaders at a summit in Saudi Arabia have slammed Washington's decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital and move its embassy there, but analysts say their words are unlikely to lead to action.

Israel minister calls for boycott of Arab area after riot

Jerusalem - Israel's defence minister called Sunday for an economic boycott of Arab citizens from area where unrest erupted over Donald Trump's Jerusalem declaration, saying they "don't belong" in the country.

Two Arab Israeli brothers charged with IS group contacts

Jerusalem - Two Arab Israelis were indicted Friday in a court in northern Israel for alleged contacts with the Islamic State jihadist group and illegal possession of weapons, the Shin Bet security agency said.

Residents of historic Israeli settlement say they have returned home

Palestinian - For Yohanan Ben Yaakov, taking part in the creation of the first Israeli settlement in the occupied West Bank in 1967 was like returning home, he says.

Residents of historic Israeli settlement say they have returned home

Palestinian - For Yohanan Ben Yaakov, taking part in the creation of the first Israeli settlement in the occupied West Bank in 1967 was like returning home, he says.

Residents of historic Israeli settlement say they have returned home

Palestinian - For Yohanan Ben Yaakov, taking part in the creation of the first Israeli settlement in the occupied West Bank in 1967 was like returning home, he says.

50 years after Six-Day War, Israeli-Palestinian divide widens

Jerusalem - Israelis and Palestinians mark 50 years since the Six-Day War next week as the gap between them further widens, with both sides deeply scarred by years of violence, failed negotiations and broken promises.

Israel PM meets Arab parties head in bid to mend fences

Jerusalem - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sought to mend fences with Israel's Arabs at a meeting Thursday with the head of the Arab parties in parliament, Ayman Odeh, after polarising election-day remarks.

Hollande says Muslims 'main victims of fanaticism, intolerance'

Paris - French President Francois Hollande said Thursday that Muslims suffered the most from fundamentalism and intolerance, as the country grapples with the fallout from a string of Islamist attacks.

Angry Arabs march in north Israel after shooting

- Angry Arab-Israeli protesters took to the streets across the country on Sunday and police raised alert levels nationwide amid shock waves over the fatal shooting of a young Arab-Israeli.

Test of Israeli Court System

Jerusalem - Israeli President Shimon Perez claims the country will get justice for murdered Jewis and Arab teens. Soon he will have a chance to show that he means what he says.

Is Israel losing high ground with murder of Palestinian teen?

Jerusalem - Many Palestinians were outraged when the murders of three Israeli teens became the top story of the day. What about their dead?

There's nothing better than a dead Arab writes Israeli soldier

In yet another case of anti-Arab sentiment, an Israeli soldier has written a Facebook post in which he declared that "there's nothing better than a dead Arab".

Op-Ed: The U.S. turns further away from Israel

Disturbing revelations illustrate the growing rift between the Obama Administration and the Netanyahu government is becoming larger and wider as Tehran boasts about Israel’s abandonment.

Op-Ed: 'Destroy, burn, kill' messages from Arab and Jewish extremists

On one side, OxOmar, the Saudi hacker has leaked 200 more Israeli credit card details and encourages Arab hackers to ‘destroy Israel.’ On the other, an IDF soldier who writes ‘burn Arabs’ is arrested for leaking information. Peace when exactly?

Egyptian and Iranian relations improving in wake of Cairo unrest

Following the popular unrest that swept across Egypt and culminated in the resignation of Egypt's long-time autocrat Hosni Mubarak, relations between Iran and Egypt now appear to be warming.

Op-Ed: Israel — That Pesky Little Country

Fifty-six Muslim nations make Planet Earth a peaceful habitat for all human. But then there is this little country that causes so much trouble....

Israel's launch of high-tech spy satellite caught on video

Israel's Minister of Defense said last night's launch of the IDF's Ofek-9 Spy Satellite was "a technological and operational achievement.” Israel is using the satellite to monitor activities in foreign countries including Iran and Syria, said Al-Jazeera

Egyptian Cleric wants to shut down Starbucks in the Arab world

An Egyptian Muslim cleric complains that Starbucks is using “Esther” the Queen of the Jews in their logo and wants all Muslims to boycott the shop and wants the King to shut down Starbucks in Mecca and Medina.

Op-Ed: Israel, Hamas, Lebanon – Here We Go Again. And Again.

Israel’s systematic and carefully targeted attack on Hamas militants has invited the usual response from the Arab world, and from Muslims generally. Therein lies the root of a solution.

Arab Community Voices Dissatisfaction with Obama

Arab Americans voted overwhelmingly for Barack Obama in November. Now the Arab world community is afraid that Obama has forgotten his roots by appointing too many pro Israel members to his administration.

Op-Ed: Who are the Palestinians?

"A land without people for a people without land." This is the central myth that supports the Zionist "settlement" of Palestine. The embarrassingly large number of people in this "empty" land leads naturally to the question, Who are the Palestinians?

UPS Delivers to Jihad But Not Jews

"UPS service is provided to and from most addresses within Israel and the Palestine [sic] Authority area, except for Jewish settlements in the West Bank, a few remote areas in the Golan Heights, and the Southern Negev desert."

57% Support Extra Checks at Airports for "Arabs"

57% Support extra profiling at Airports for Middle Eastern Origin people.
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