Benny Gantz, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s toughest rival in Israel’s upcoming parliamentary election, dismissed as “political gossip” on Friday media reports of allegations that his mobile phone had been hacked by Iranian intelligence… “We’re in the middle of an ongoing security event…and someone’s putting out a political gossip story,” Gantz said. “I do not think Benny Gantz is the story here. There’s no security issue there. No threat and no blackmail.”
Präsident Bill Clinton lud zu einer Friedenskonferenz in Camp David ein. Dort sollten die drei, Clinton, Arafat und Barak, einer historischen Friedensvereinbarung ans Licht der Welt helfen.
Thousands of Yemeni people have taken to the streets of the capital Sana’a to strongly condemn the Israeli massacre of unarmed Palestinian demonstrators along the Gaza border, vowing to remain united with the Palestinian people against the atrocities of the Tel Aviv regime.
Proteste gegen Besatzung: Viele Tote und Verletzte in Gazastreifen und Westjordanland. Netanjahu spricht von »glorreichem Tag«