The 'Peace to Prosperity' plan is simply the latest version of a US plan revised repeatedly since the 1970s asking the Palestinians to trade basic rights in return for fanciful financial promises.
Israel approves in principle a new community named after US President Donald Trump on occupied Golan Heights, a Syrian territory it seized in 1967 war.
The missiles targetted Tal al Hara sector located near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, according to regime-run SANA news agency, which reported no casualties.
The Naksa or "the day of the setback" refers to the annual commemoration of the 1967 war in which Israel invaded Gaza, the West Bank and east Jerusalem.
Solidarity will not bring justice for the Palestinians at a time when they have been abandoned by their neighbours.
The Israeli military confirmed it had attacked Syrian military positions near the capital Damascus in response to rockets fired from Syria at Mount Hermon in the occupied Golan Heights.
Syrian regime media said that Israeli warplanes attacked a military outpost in the Queneitra province. Israel said it was responding to anti-aircraft fire from Syria against one of its planes.
Experts do not think that the Bahrain “economic workshop” could produce anything good to address the Palestinian conflict except galvanising regional cooperation among Israel’s Arab allies.
"Our air defence systems intercepted luminous objects coming from the occupied territories (Israel) and downed several of them," SANA news agency says quoting a regime military source.
Contrary to what the nuclear deal's critics say, it was a stabilising force in the region and the Middle East needs it.
Donald Trump has given Netanyahu more than he could ever imagine. The West Bank will be the ultimate prize.
The three guarantor countries to end Syria conflict underscored that the UN principles should be universally respected and that no actions, no matter by whom they were undertaken, should undermine them.
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