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The Prime Minister’s Office complains in a short way that “the Golan Heights will remain forever a component of the State of Israel. “
This in reaction to U. S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the United States supports Israel in the last golan control, but added that this could replace it in the future.
“The Golan is very important to Israel’s security,” Blinken said. But “legal problems are anything else. And over time, if the stage in Syria changed, that’s something we would see. “
A tense 30 minutes today will be the fate of the United Arab Emirates spacecraft “Hope” on Mars, as the arab world’s first area project performs a complicated maneuver to enter the orbit of the red planet.
If successful, the probe, designed to reveal the secrets of the Martian climate, will be the first of three spacecraft to reach the red planet this month.
The United Arab Emirates, China and the United States introduced missions last July, taking credit for an era in which Earth and Mars are closer to others.
The monuments of the Gulf State were lit up in red at night and government accounts and police patrols had the hashtag #ArabstoMars.
Today, Donald Trump’s historic political trial in the Senate opens, a business like no other in American history.
The defeated former president is accused through the House of inciting a violent mob attack on the U. S. Capitol to overturn the election, which for prosecutors are the “most serious constitutional crime. “
Trump’s lawyers insist on opening the trial that he is the only one guilty of the charge of “incitement to insurrection,” and his fiery words are still a figure of style, even when he encouraged a crowd to “fight like hell” for his presidency The headquarters of the Capitol on January 6 surprised the world when troublemakers stormed construction to verify and avoid certification of Joe Biden’s victory.
Witnesses will not be called, in a component because jury senators, forced to flee for their safety, will be shown graphic videos recorded that day. Arrested at his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida, Trump rejected a request for testimony.
Egypt is opening its border with the Gaza Strip “indefinitely,” Egyptian security said, as it organizes reconciliation talks between Palestinians.
“This is a general regime or openness. It is the first time in years that the Rafah border crossing has opened indefinitely,” the source told the AFP.
“Before, it opened 3 to 4 days at a time,” he says.
Rafah is the only gateway to the global outside for Gaza, a densely populated enclave of approximately two million Palestinians, some of whom live below the poverty line, which is not controlled through Israel.
The IDF is launching a two-day training along the Lebanese border to simulate fighting along the northern border.
“The training points to the preparation of IDF forces commanding the north along the border,” the army said.
“This will come with physically powerful movements of forces and vehicles, explosions will be heard in the region, and checkpoints will be deployed at various locations near the border. “
The tsar of the coronavirus, Nachman Ash, told the media that the mass funeral will “lead to more burials,” Walla’s website reports.
When meeting with the ultra-Orthodox press, Ash says the morbidity in the network “is declining but remains superior and worrying. It is difficult for the center to see the great violations at the funeral, as the funeral will lead to other funerals. “
He also warns that they are opposed to the Purim celebrations later this month.
“We hurt what happened at the hearing I did last year [after Purim],” he says. “We shouldn’t pay lives for the joy [of the holidays]. “
Dozens of asylum seekers and foreigners in Tel Aviv line up at a vaccination center in the south of the city to get their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as a component of an initiative to vaccinate foreigners in the city.
Tel Aviv City Council and Sourasky Medical Center administer loose vaccines to city citizens, many of whom are undocumented asylum seekers.
The posters provide data in English, Tigrinya, Russian and Arabic. Recipients come with foreign staff from the Philippines, Moldova and Nigeria, as well as Sudanese and Eritrean asylum seekers.
American Airlines is launching a new direct address between Miami and Tel Aviv, which will begin in June, will be the U. S. airline that will offer direct service between the two cities.
The address will work 3 times a week. Reservations will open on February 15.
Management will “boost connectivity for our consumers traveling from Israel to the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean,” said Tom Lattig, vice president of sales and distribution at AMERICAN Airlines.
Channel 12 News reports what is being profiled as the plan to reopen the school formula on Thursday.
The report indicates that kindergartens and categories 1 to 4 and 11 to 12 will open in cities considered “green” and “yellow” in the color-coded government formula for morbidity rates. Some orange cities will also see schools open, based on statistics.
President Reuven Rivlin condemns the decision of the International Criminal Court that he has jurisdiction to investigate Israel for imaginable war crimes opposed to the Palestinians.
“The Hague court was created to deal with atrocities around the world, not to persecute democratic nations with independent and effective judicial systems,” Rivlin said in a statement.
He says Israel will continue to take all steps to protect against “this bad political decision. “
The ultra-Orthodox leader, Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky, accused the government of abandoning the education of the country’s youth by the pandemic, Hebrew media affiliates said.
Kanievsky, widely identified as the living Haredi ashkenazi sage par excellence, said that “the schooling of Israel’s youth is at the back of the government’s concerns. Any other factor takes precedence over schooling, which is the cornerstone of the nation. “
He added that “millions of young Israelis have been home for a year, whether in non-secular and intellectual danger, and a quick solution must be found to bring them back to school as temporarily as possible, respecting the rules of physical fitness. “
Kanievsky has faced strong complaints about his pandemic management and the decisions of his supporters, and has ordered schools to continually open the government’s decisions in defiance, which has led many establishments to illegally open their doors to the pandemic.
Kanievsky’s instructions, that government orders, are the last word for many members of the ultra-Orthodox community.
Gerguy’s prosecutors charged a 100-year-old man in 3518 charges of complicity in manslaughter on charges that he served in World War II as a Nazi SS guard at a concentration camp on the outskirts of Berlin, the government said.
The guy is believed to have worked in the Sachsenhausen camp between 1942 and 1945 as an enlisted member of the paramilitary wing of the Nazi party, Cyrill Klement, who led the investigation into the centenary of Neuruppin’s prosecutor’s office.
The man’s call is not published in accordance with German privacy laws. Despite his complex age, the suspect is believed to have sufficient compatibility to stand trial, you may want to take steps to restrict the number of hours according to the day the court meets, Klement said.
Neuruppin’s workplace referred to the case in 2019 through ludwigsburg’s Special Office of Federal Prosecutors, which investigates Nazi-era war crimes, he said.
Moroccan singer Sanaa Mohamed has been arrested in Kuwait for her musical collaboration with Israeli artist Elkana Marziano, Channel 12 reports.
Mohamed had won several death threats following his with Martian.
A source interested in the case told the network that Mohamed will most likely be released and forced to leave Kuwait. It is unclear whether Sanaa lived there or visited him.
Morocco agreed in 2020 to normalize with Israel as a component of an agreement negotiated through the United States, joining the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, however, Kuwait has nothing to do with Israel.
Deputy Health Minister Yoav Kisch said the ministry would propose the reopening of Israeli industry in two weeks.
Kisch says Channel 12’s existing morbidity rates do not allow corporations to reopen widely.
The Israel Trade Forum said in reaction that it had lost confidence in the government’s promises. “He promised us 60 days ago that he would close for two weeks, and we are still closed. We’re tired of your promises. We’ll open Thursday. “
Israeli army intelligence believes that a new nuclear deal that prevents Iran from enriching 90% uranium required for a nuclear weapon is feasible and will resolve some of Jerusalem’s main concerns, the Times of Israel has learned.
The view, presented as a component of the Israeli Defense Forces’ annual intelligence assessment, comes when U. S. President Joe Biden considers returning to the 2015 nuclear deal or, potentially, negotiations on a new agreement.
The Israeli military, As ToI has learned, sees a imaginable return by the United States to the agreement is almost certain.
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Israel’s Defense Forces anticipate a large-scale war next year, but expect Hezbollah and other terrorist teams to likely initiate more limited cycles of violence, according to their annual intelligence assessment.
This represents a significant replacement in the army’s testing of its dynamics with Hezbollah. The IDF has long believed that if a confrontation with the Lebanese terrorist group broke out, it will most likely become a potentially primary location.
Now, the IDF thinks Hezbollah operates under the assumption that it can launch smaller attacks opposed to the IDF that lead to a full-rule war.
This substitution in the terrorist group’s operational assumptions was highlighted last week when Hezbollah fired anti-aircraft missiles at an Israeli drone flying over southern Lebanon. These surface-to-air missiles failed their target and the IDF refrained from retaliation, but if the attack was successful, the army was able to respond significantly, which can lead to a multi-day confrontation, which Hezbollah must have known was a possibility.
Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi meets with the head of Morocco’s new liaison in Israel, Abdel Rahim al-Bayoud, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem.
Al-Bayoud arrived in Israel this afternoon after the two countries to normalize relations.
Ashkenazi wishes him the best in his project to promote Israeli-Moroccan relations. Al-Bayoud said he is happy to be appointed to office and will work to bring the countries closer together.
“Welcome to Israel, ” said Ashkenazi. “Today we are writing history!”
Members of the terrorist organization Islamic State kill at least six Bedouins in an ambush for their alleged collaboration with the Egyptian army on the hectic Sinai Peninsula, Egyptian security officials.
The ambush took place in the mountainous maghara region of central Sinai when members of a local IS partner established false control and opened fire on two cars wearing Bedouins, authorities said, saying a seventh Bedouin is missing after the attack.
Egypt has been fighting militants in the northern component of the Sinai Peninsula for years, and violence and instability intensified after the 2013 military destitution of Mohammed Morsi, an elected Islamist president who generates divisions amid national protests opposed to his brief rule. attacks, basically against security forces, Christian minorities and those accused of being part of the army and police.
A Warsaw court ruled that two prominent Holocaust scholars deserve to apologize to a woman who claimed that his dead uncle had been slandered in ancient paintings suggesting he helped kill Jews in World War II.
Lawyers for 81-year-old Philomena Leszczynska argued that his uncle was a Polish hero who had stored Jews and that the scholars had broken his reputation and that of his family.
However, the Warsaw District Court does not say that they are forced to pay him 100,000 zlotys ($27,000), as his lawyers had requested.
The case has been rigorously monitored as it is expected to set a precedent for independent Holocaust investigation; however, the ruling may be appealed.
What is at stake in the case is Polish national pride, according to the complainants, and according to the defendants, the long-term independence of the Holocaust investigation.
Judge Ewa Jonczyk said academics, Barbara Engelking and Jan Grabowski, will have to factor a written apology to Leszczynska for “providing misinformation” that his uncle, Edward Malinowski, stole a Jewish woman during the war and contributed to the deaths of Jews. hidden in a Malinowo forest in 1943, when Poland was under German occupation. They will also have to apologize for “violating his honor. “
Iran summons Belgium’s ambassador to Tehran in protest after Antwerp imprisoned one of its diplomats for planning a 2018 foiled attack in neighboring France.
Assadollah Assadi, 49, sentenced Thursday to 20 years in prison after being convicted of attempted “terrorist” murder and “participation in the activities of a terrorist group. “
He denies the charges.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry claims to have summoned the Belgian ambassador to Tehran “to broadcast the Islamic Republic of Iran’s protest opposed to the Antwerp court’s illegal ruling on our diplomat Assadollah Assadi.
“The Belgian government has also been called to take action for Assadi’s early execution” and “respect human rights standards. “
The UAE spacecraft “Hope” effectively enters the orbit of Mars, according to project officials, the arab world’s first interplanetary project.
“To the other people of the United Arab Emirates, to arab and Muslim nations, we announce the successful arrival in the orbit of Mars. Praise Be to God,” says Omran Sharaf, mission assignment manager.
Sharaf and other project officials applauded, visibly relieved after about tense 30 minutes as the probe performed a “combustion” to slow down enough to be driven through Martian gravity, at the maximum and dangerous level of the journey.
It turned and set fire to its six sturdy thrusters to particularly reduce its average cruising speed from 121,000 kilometers (75,000 miles) constant in one hour to approximately 18,000 km/h.
The Attorney General said Defense Minister Benny Gantz’s plan to eliminate army-led radio will have to wait for a new government to form.
Gantz announced the plan last month, saying an interagency team would be formed to expand a plan “to move or close the station. “
Deputy Attorney General Meir Levin tells the defense minister that he will make a final resolution on the matter right now because the country is heading for election.
But he says he can do his homework and give his recommendations to the next defense minister.
The operation and funding by the army of a radio station with hounds investigating Israel’s own Defense Forces, as well as politicians, has long been anachronistic, costly and ethical. For this reason, for at least five years, the IDF has requested that army radio will no longer be a component of the army.
The World Health Organization calls for greater research, popularity and rehabilitation for others with long-term COVID, as it combines experts in percentage data on the underunderstood disease.
WHO is conducting the first in a series of planned seminars aimed at broadening post-COVID conditions, including not only scientists and doctors, but also other people with the disease.
Little is known about why some people, after going through the acute phase of COVID-19, struggle and suffer from persistent symptoms, adding fatigue and mental confusion, as well as neurological and central disorders.
Studies recommend that potentially one in 10 cases could have prolonged symptoms one month after infection, meaning millions of others would possibly suffer from a continuous illness.
WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the concentrate on the coronavirus pandemic becomes vaccination campaigns and the long COVID does not escape through the cracks. “
He says Long COVID has an effect on society and the economy is beginning to clear up, and for those reasons, “people are starting to listen” beyond the medical community.
The coronavirus is mounted to talk about a partial opening of the school formula in the coming days.
Ministers are expected to devise a plan to allow safe-grade studies in communities with relatively low infection rates.
The historic moment of Donald Trump’s political trial opened in the United States Senate, and Democrats said the former president will be convicted of inciting a violent crowd of his supporters to attack the U. S. Capitol on January 6.
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Tuesday is the first day of trial proceedings, which is expected to last about a week or more. Senators, sitting in their offices and in the courtroom, will pay attention to arguments through Trump’s lawyers that the trial is unconstitutional because Trump is not the longest president. Democrats will dispute this claim, bringing out legal experts and old precedents.
Each party has two hours to present its case today, after which the Senate votes and rejects the GOP’s efforts to dismiss the lawsuit.
Prosecutors will quote the nation’s founders by saying that a president “must respond comprehensively for his conduct from day one to last. “There is no “January exception” just before he leaves. Array, they will say, according to the attendees, that they have the anonymity to talk about the arguments before the trial.
Ministers are currently proposing through aptitude officials at the exit steps of the existing national closure.
According to channels 12 and 13, the steps are:
The Thirteenth Chain reports on an experimental drug manufactured in Israel, Allocetra, which is used to treat severe and critical cases of COVID-19, which effectively conducted 2 trials.
Of the 20 critically treated patients treated with the drug so far, 90% have recovered, according to the report.
Alocetra treats the overreaction of the immune formula and inflammatory reaction seen in patients with COVID-19, called cytokine storm. The phenomenon can cause severe attacks of the immune formula on the body’s own organs, resulting in organ failure and death.
Chain number 13 is talking to a recovered patient, the 49-year-old construction inspector, Yair Tayeb, who was discharged from the hospital 3 days after receiving the drug.
“You may just not breathe, you may just talk a little. [I was] in a very, very serious condition,” Tayeb said. “I’ve had a delight you can’t describe. “
He says within two hours of receiving the drug, he felt a change. “They gave me the drugs. Suddenly, after two hours, I began to feel something strange in my body. I stopped coughing, my breathing started coming back. ” I felt better, I stopped sweating, I couldn’t, I was afraid to tell other people that everything was fine, I was very excited.
Dr Dr. Mevorach, head of one of Hadassah’s coronaviruses and clinical director and physician at Enlivex, who developed the treatment, said: “It’s useful for serious and critical patients, as it can avoid the desire to ventilate them, and that’s the primary purpose because over time the ventilation enters, total stage adjustments and headaches build up and are harder to treat.
The drug is now entering phase 3 trials and will be given to more than one hundred people.
“Two days ago, I couldn’t stand up,” Tayeb said as I left the hospital. “Look at me now, coming home. “
The High Court accepts the government’s request to delay the recruitment of Israeli ultra-Orthodox, delaying the factor until this summer.
In 2017, the High Court repealed a law exempting ultra-Orthodox Israelis, or Haredi, from military service on the grounds that the exemption was unfair. The court demanded that the government adopt a new law or begin recruiting Hare men. The government, through the Minister of Defense, requested and won extensions of this era on the grounds that it is still being implemented in the passage of the bill, but last month, Defense Minister Benny Gantz, in what has been widely noticed as a cross-coup, refused to call for a delay.
However, despite its opposition, the government still called for an extension, not because it is making progress on the issue, but because of the upcoming elections.
The court accepted this argument and granted an extension on the matter until 6 July 2021.
The Palestinian factions of Fatah and Hamas in Cairo announce that they have agreed to “mechanisms” for the next election, following a rapprochement between the two movements.
A draft is being disseminated in the Palestinian media.
A senior Hamas official, Khalil al-Hayya, said all parties agreed on procedures to identify an independent electoral tribunal and free and fair elections. Al-Hayya added that Palestinian factions would return to Cairo in March for additional talks.
The draft joint declaration commits all parties to the promptness of political prisoners and respect for the freedom of the countryside. The declaration also calls for the appointment of an electoral tribunal with members of Gaza, the West Bank and East Jerusalem, one of the most questionable aspects. negotiations.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas issued a decree in mid-January ordering 3 successive circulars of Palestinian national elections. The first circular, for the lately defunct Palestinian legislature, must take a position on 22 May. as several election promises have been omitted before, but Fatah officials say this is the first time Abbas has issued an official electoral decree in more than a decade.
Ministers agreed to reopen kindergartens and grades 1 to 4 on Thursday in cities with low to moderate rates of coronavirus infection.
It is an idea that they are allowing teams of up to 10 academics to examine outdoors in spaces with the greatest infection.
The Twelfth Channel reports that Rabbi Haredi Jaim Kanievsky warned that a plan to allow studies in cities with the highest morbidity will order the opening of all schools in his network in defiance of the government.
Channel Thirteen reports on the new statistics of the Ministry of Health on the effects of vaccination.
Of the more than 3,000,000 who won the first dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, 7,039 reported effects, less than a third of one percent.
Of the more than 1,700,000 people who won the dose so far, 4,469 reported side effects, less than a third of a percentage point.
The vast majority of side effects were mild, however, 43 other people had to be hospitalized. Most of these other 43 people had pre-existing physical situations and 28 were over 60 years old.
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