Palestinian Foreign Ministry to consult with its ambassador necessary steps in response to Bahrain-Israel deal.
Israel's opposition to selling American F-35s to the UAE is the first blow to any Emirati notions of preferential treatment.
Axios reports Abu Dhabi last week cancelled a tripartite meeting in protest against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's opposition to the US selling F-35s to the UAE.
US President Trump says such a sale is “under review” despite Israeli objections, citing the UAE's purchasing power as a good enough reason.
Gaza officials say the fire hit Hamas observation posts near Al Maghazi and Al Bureij refugee camps in the centre of the besieged area, and the town of Khan Yunis, further south.
Israeli prime minister deleted a tweet praising Abu Dhabi’s liberal credentials after bemused Twitter users pointed out the UAE’s record on democracy and free speech.
The UAE has long been reported to be interested in acquiring US-made F-35 stealth fighter jets and attack drones like those the Israelis have.
The latest surveys conducted by Israel’s public broadcasters, Kan and Channel 13 News, reveal that the rightwing Hredi bloc would garner the majority of Knesset, an unprecedent rise for the ultraorthodox party.
Tensions are high after the Israeli killing of Hezbollah members in Syria and reports of an attempted assault on Israeli positions near the Lebanese border.
Small gestures have hinted at the development of a closer affinity between Saudi Arabia and Israel, but an academic article on the Prophet Muhammad confirms it further.
The joint press conference has been spurred by common opposition against US President Trump's controversial peace plan, which paves the way for Israel to annex territory in the occupied West Bank.
The largest formal seizure of land from the Palestinians since the 1947 to 1948 Arab-Israeli war will make a two-state solution along pre-1967 borders impossible.
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