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The deceased soldiers were given a military funeral in Al-Rashdan Mosque in Nasr City
Prominent former candidates question terms of Peace Accords
At midnight on Sunday, 16 Egyptian border guards were pronounced dead. One might imagine that they were just sitting together during iftar, enjoying some of Sinai’s tasty dates and milk when unrevealed gunmen abruptly shot them dead. Some of those killed might have even been taking their last bite of bread at that very moment. …
The killing of 16 Egyptian soldiers near the Rafah border raises questions
The Supreme Council of Armed Forces announces the details of the Rafah deadly attack, vowing to avenge the killing of 16 Egyptian soldiers near Rafah.
President and armed forces vow swift justice for culprits
IDF spokesman: the militants killed were in the “advanced and final stages of launching an attack on the Eilat-Egyptian border.”
Anonymous gunmen attack security checkpoint at Sheik Zuwaid, killing 18 Egyptian soldiers.
Swedish based organisation begins voyage hoping to raise awareness for plight of Gazans
Defence minister: “These capabilities are defensive and would only be used against aggressors and those who threaten the country’s interests and territorial integrity”
Tel Aviv renewed calls that all tourists in the Sinai region leave immediately, citing intelligence that Gaza-based groups were planning to target Israeli visitors for kidnapping
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected pursuing further sanctions during the visit of US Secretary of Defence Leon Panetta
A law exempting Orthodox Jewish Israeli men from military service expired Wednesday
Morsy’s office is denying reports that he sent Israeli President Shimon Peres a letter hoping to put the Middle East Peace Process back to “its right track.”
Romney’s statements cause controversy
The Shin Bet says that Johary admitted working for the Syrian intelligence by gathering information for them about the IDF positions, bases and trainings
(AFP) – Ministers in Israel’s cabinet were on Monday preparing to vote on a package of sweeping economic austerity measures in a bid to cut the budget deficit, in a move expected to hit the underprivileged hard. Central to the plan is a hike in income tax and VAT, as well as a 700 million …
Recent incidents involving Israeli troops in Palestine illustrate the ongoing fragile state of affairs in the region
Rumours of a contingency plan for war are being circulated
President Obama raises regional stakes with additional military aid to Israel
TV has become a new front for political sparring between Israel and Egypt with a TV prank program escalating the tension
A commercial urging the reconstruction of King Solomon’s Temple seen as an insult to president
“Supporters of Jerusalem” claim responsibility for the 15th bombing of a pipeline between Egypt and Israel. The group called the supply of gas to Israel “treason.”
Israel is willing to enhance its relations with Turkey for the stability of the region, says its Prime Minister.
Amid lots of speculation, the Rafah border crossing uses the same procedures for the entry of Palestinians it has used before with minor changes
Palestine seeking to upgrade UN status at the General Assembly despite warnings
Fighting between the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and forces loyal to President Assad has escalated in Aleppo
Israel claims Israeli Defense Forces bus was damaged in another recent shooting.
Iranian authorities arrest suspects for the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists.
Fighting rages on in major cities as military claims to regain control.