The country's longest-serving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is making desperate attempts to discourage the country’s Arab-origin citizens from voting in the September 17 poll rerun.
Israel decided to allow US congresswoman Rashida Tlaib - a critic of Israeli policy towards the Palestinians - to visit family in the occupied West Bank after barring her from making an official visit to Israel.
Omar Shakir, a US citizen, will have until May 1 to leave Israel, according to the decision by the Jerusalem district court, which rejected his appeal against the original expulsion order, noting he could take it to the supreme court.
Subservience to Israeli interests is stifling Americans' freedom of speech. For a country that proclaims to deeply value individual freedoms - how has it reached this point?
Pro-Palestinian speech is being increasingly clamped down in the US contrary to the sacred nature of free speech on other issues.
Morocco's Minister of Youth and Sports Rachid Talbi Alami is facing calls to resign after he made offensive remarks towards Turkey and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during a party congress in Marrakesh.
Doha accused UAE of enacting a series of measures it said discriminated against Qataris. Qatar's move follows last year's boycott by UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt.
The researchers, based in 30 countries, said last week that they would refrain from visiting KAIST, one of South Korea's top universities, until it promised not to develop AI weapons without "meaningful human control."
The opposition is planning massive protests ahead of the July 30 vote for a 500-plus-member assembly to rewrite the constitution.
Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates sent a 13-point list of demands in return for an end to a three-week-old diplomatic and trade boycott of Doha. But Qatar rejected the demands as unrealistic.
Led by Saudi Arabia, several states in the Middle East and Africa have severed ties with Qatar since June 5, accusing the gas-rich Gulf state of supporting terrorism and Iran. Qatar denies the allegations.
The US State Department on Tuesday says it's "mystified" that Gulf Arab states haven't released to the public or Qatar details of the grievances that prompted their boycott of the country.
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