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Some will be desalinated and distributed to Israel, Jordan and the Palestinians, while the rest will be transferred in four pipes to the parched Dead Sea, which would otherwise dry out by 2050.
The human rights group cites UNHCR as saying that fewer than 10% of the detained refugees are ever released into the community
Shtayyeh, who has been deeply involved in the talks since they began at the end of July, described a bad deal as “an agreement based upon Israeli colonial ambitions rather than upon internationally accepted principles of international law”.
Amnesty International says Egypt must halt all detention and deportation of refugees fleeing Syrian conflict
Two dead and at least seven injured in recent attacks in Sinai
Politicians cite Egypt’s “pan-Arab” role
Military tightens security after attacks on Al-Arish, Sheikh Zoueid and Rafah
Nine human rights organisations criticised media outlets and figures for inciting against Syrians and Palestinians in Egypt
An Israeli security guard shot dead a Jewish visitor at Jerusalem’s Western Wall, mistaking him for a Palestinian militant
Delegation of Salafi leaders visits Gaza, expresses support for Palestinians
Erakat said the move sent a clear message to Washington that Israel was not interested in resuming the direct talks, frozen in 2010
He was assaulted while celebrating Joyous Saturday, the last day of the Holy Week in the Church of Holy Sepulchre
Netanyahu: The heart of the conflict was their refusal to recognise Israel as a Jewish state.
Hamas is holding over 20 members of the hardline Muslim movement in custody.
The Israel Prisons Service said Abu Hamdiyeh had been diagnosed in February
Nearly 200 Palestinians clashed with Israeli forces in Qalandia, who responded with tear gas.
While it may lack diplomatic ‘deliverables,’ Obama’s visit will not be short in symbolism.
The clash was triggered by Palestinian media allegations that a policeman at the compound kicked a holy book and trampled on it
The military sources said that Israeli soldiers shot towards “instigators of violence”.
By Hussein Ibish In the context of ongoing political unrest, is it possible for Egypt to have a functional foreign policy? Probably not. And as long as this is the case, that has profound implications for others in the region, particularly the Palestinians and Syria. Egypt does have a functional national security policy, largely because …
After making controversial statements on Jewish people living in Israel, a complaint has been filed against Essam El-Erian
The Israeli military acknowledged issuing 24-hour evacuation orders
Increased opening at the Rafa crossing continues to make Egypt most of the world’s access point to Gaza
The continuing battles of an independent activist in Palestine
The long-delayed vote is taking place in just 91 of the West Bank’s 353 municipalities.
Lawyer who met with two alleged victims of forced conversion denied the reports