Israel 2021: Hard bombing of Iran, attacks in the Middle East, and a decline in confidence in the army

Hamas refuses Abbas meets Israel's defense minister at his home  Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas met, on Tuesday evening, with Israeli Defense Minister, Benny Gantz, at the latter's home, near Tel Aviv, amid rejection from the Palestinian Hamas movement and the Israeli Likud party.  Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas met on Tuesday evening with Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz at the latter's home, near Tel Aviv.  The Israeli Defense Minister's office said, in a statement, that Gantz "hosted tonight Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas at his home in Rosh Ha'Ain (near Tel Aviv-Central), and the two discussed various security and civil issues."  The statement added: "The meeting lasted approximately two and a half hours, and the Minister of Defense informed the Chairman of the Authority of his intention to continue to strengthen confidence-building measures, and the Minister affirmed the common interest in strengthening security coordination, maintaining security stability and preventing terrorism and violence."  This meeting comes about four months after the two men met in the city of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank.  For his part, Hussein al-Sheikh, head of the Palestinian Civil Affairs Authority, said in a tweet: "This evening, President Mahmoud Abbas met with Minister Benny Gantz, where the meeting discussed the importance of creating a political horizon that leads to a political solution in accordance with international legitimacy resolutions."  He added that the meeting also dealt with "the tense field conditions due to the practices of settlers in the West Bank, and the meeting dealt with many security, economic and humanitarian issues."  For its part, the Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, denounced the Palestinian President's meeting with the Israeli Defense Minister.  The movement's spokesman, Hazem Qassem, said that the meeting was "rejected and deviated from the national spirit of our Palestinian people," according to his statement to Anadolu Agency.  Qassem considered that the meeting coincided with "the settlers' attack on our people in the West Bank constitutes a stab at the intifada in the West Bank."  He added, "The behavior of the PA leadership deepens the internal division, encourages some parties in the region that want to be normalized with the Israeli occupation, and weakens the Palestinian position that rejects normalization."  In turn, the right-wing Likud party denounced the Abbas-Gantz meeting.  The party said in a statement, "Dangerous concessions to Israel's security are only a matter of time," noting that "the Israeli-Palestinian Bennett government is bringing Abu Mazen and the Palestinians back on the agenda."  According to the Likud's brief statement, "The Bennett-Lapid government constitutes a danger to Israel."  Political talks between the Palestinians and Israel have been suspended since 2014, due to Israel's refusal to stop settlements and its non-acceptance of the principle of a "two-state solution".   Algerian President: We hope to hold a unified "university" summit for the Arab class  The Algerian president expressed his hope that the Arab summit to be hosted by his country next year would be "universal" and "unified by the Arab ranks".  Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune said on Tuesday that his country hopes that the Arab summit to be hosted by his country next year will be "universal" and "unified by the Arab ranks."  Tebboune was speaking at a joint press conference with his Mauritanian counterpart, Mohamed Ould Cheikh El Ghazzouni, after talks between them at the presidential residence in Algiers.  The Algerian president stressed that "the visit was an opportunity to exchange views on various issues of concern to our two countries and all regional and international issues of common interest."  He explained that the talks focused in particular on "the situation in Libya and the Sahel, in addition to the joint Arab action, which received special attention in our talks, especially since Algeria will soon host the Arab summit, which we hope will be a united and unified summit for the Arab world."  According to the Algerian president, "in light of the tense international context marked by threats and challenges, we have touched upon the priority of unifying our efforts and coordinating our positions.  For his part, the Mauritanian president said that the visit was "an opportunity to deliberate on bilateral issues and the most prominent international and regional issues of concern to our two countries."  He explained that the visit "was fruitful and constructive, during which we renewed our common determination to redouble efforts to push cooperation between our two countries to more diverse levels in the service of our peoples, the Maghreb and our Islamic nation."  The Mauritanian president arrived in Algeria on Monday evening for a three-day visit to discuss cooperation and issues of common interest, according to the two countries' presidencies.  On Tuesday, the Algerian president held talks with his Mauritanian counterpart at the headquarters of the Republic, which culminated in announcing the signing of agreements and memoranda of understanding that included the sectors of higher education, vocational training, health, employment and small economic institutions.    Israel 2021: Hard bombing of Iran, attacks in the Middle East, and a decline in confidence in the army  A report issued by the occupation army indicated that its units worked during 2021 to prepare for war with Iran, but stressed that the matter was not easy, while indicating that the community's confidence in the Israeli army declined.  On Tuesday evening, the Israeli occupation army published an annual report outlining the most important issues that occupied it during the year 2021, which is approaching its end, as Iran stands out among the most important issues. Lebanon and the Gaza Strip.  The report published by Hebrew Channel 13 also shows that the occupation army was busy preparing a plan to strike Iranian nuclear facilities, as well as to work to strengthen the regional deterrence force, while the report shows a significant increase in settler attacks and crimes against Palestinians in the West Bank.  The report indicates that all of Israel's "enemies" do not seek to initiate a war with it, and all that comes out of them is a reaction to Israeli operations.  Plots to attack Iran With regard to Iran specifically, the occupation report indicates that the army has worked during the past year to prepare to strike Iranian nuclear facilities, and the occupation army’s estimates indicate that its capabilities could help it bomb these facilities in Natanz in particular, but Iran’s Fardo nuclear facility It constitutes an obstacle to it, because it was built inside a mountain, which makes it difficult to target and destroy it and makes it more complex, according to the allegations.  According to the report, the occupation army estimates that its capabilities would have allowed it ten years ago to bomb Iranian nuclear facilities, but Iran has intensified fortification of the facilities over the past years and has surrounded them with many air defense systems, including the Russian S-300 system.  The Chief of Staff of the occupation army, Aviv Kohavi, recently ordered the start of developing various plans to target Iran, including plans to strike nuclear facilities alone, as well as a plan to strike defense systems and missile launchers.  The report of the occupation army indicates that the army will be ready when the political level instructs any strike, and Kohavi said that "the expansion of operations in the recent period has contributed to disrupting Iran's plan to transfer weapons to the enemies," referring to Gaza and Lebanon.  Northern front As for Syria and Hezbollah in Lebanon, the occupation report indicates that the army has worked during the past year to thwart efforts to transfer arms to Hezbollah in particular, as well as to Syria, but it indicated that the arms are still arriving in Syria.  The report claims that Assad is also seeking to reduce Iran's influence in Syria, but stressed that he is working to specifically target Syrian units that work with Iran.  The report revealed that the year 2021 witnessed more Israeli bombings of Syria than the previous years, while observing an increase in Syrian responses to Israeli fighters.  It also revealed that the occupation launched "thousands" of operations in different regions in the Middle East during the same year, and this does not include the special and covert operations that the report did not address.  As for the Lebanese Hezbollah, the occupation army believes, according to its estimates for the year 2021, that it does not want war and has not succeeded in establishing private arms factories directed on Lebanese soil. He asserts that the army units focused their work on thwarting and disrupting the party's efforts to manufacture precision-guided missiles.  Gaza strip With regard to the Gaza Strip, the report shows that the army has been relatively successful in preventing the entry of weapons into the Strip. On the other hand, it indicates that indirect progress has occurred in the negotiations between Hamas and the occupation to conclude a prisoner exchange deal, "but the difference in viewpoints is still great."  He says that "Hamas is still insisting on liberating prisoners from those who killed Israelis in the future deal, while the report claims that the occupation army has monitored that Hamas is still facing difficulties in manufacturing precision-guided missiles in preparation for the next war."  Army and Society The report issued by the occupation army points to the army's leadership's fears after opinion polls showed that the Israeli public began to lose confidence in it, especially the poll of the Israel Democracy Center, which showed that Israeli society's confidence in the army declined from 90% to 81%, and is likely to decline further.   Turkish Defense Minister: Separatist attempts in Bosnia do no good  Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar stressed that separatist attempts in Bosnia and Herzegovina are not in the interest of any party, noting that Turkey is following developments in Sarajevo.  Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said on Tuesday that separatist attempts in Bosnia and Herzegovina are not in the interest of any party, noting that Turkey is closely following developments in Sarajevo.  He visited the families of the Turkish soldiers in the capital, Sarajevo, on the sidelines of his official visit to the country, which began on Monday.  In his address to the soldiers, he stressed the importance of the tasks assigned to them in Bosnia and Herzegovina, describing them as "difficult and difficult".  Akar pointed out that Turkey's interest in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as one of the Balkan countries, is increasing day by day.  "The stability of Bosnia is very important to us and all the Balkan countries," he said.  He affirmed that his country will continue to do its utmost to ensure the unity and stability of Bosnia.  Akar touched on the problems and pain that the country went through in the past, adding: "Bosnia as a whole has made great strides and achieved political, social, economic and military developments, and we hope that the gains made will not be lost."  He continued, "We are closely following developments in Bosnia. Regardless of their goal, purpose, or form, separatist attempts are not in anyone's interest. That is why we always say unity, and we want Bosnia to preserve it."  He pointed out that Ankara continues to support Bosnia and Herzegovina's integration with European, Atlantic and NATO institutions.  After the visit, he left Bosnia for Kosovo. Two weeks ago, Bosnian Serb deputies began withdrawing from the central institutions in Bosnia, despite warnings from the West against this move, and the Bosnian Serb parliament passed a vote obligating the local government to withdraw from 3 basic joint institutions, the army, the judicial system, and taxes, in the next six months.  Bosnia and Herzegovina witnessed a war in 1992 that lasted three and a half years, and ended with the signing of the “Dayton” peace agreement in 1995. The agreement divided the country into two entities: the “Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina” and the “Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina,” and the latter was divided into 10 “cantons.”

Hamas refuses Abbas meets Israel's defense minister at his home

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas met, on Tuesday evening, with Israeli Defense Minister, Benny Gantz, at the latter's home, near Tel Aviv, amid rejection from the Palestinian Hamas movement and the Israeli Likud party.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas met on Tuesday evening with Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz at the latter's home, near Tel Aviv.

The Israeli Defense Minister's office said, in a statement, that Gantz "hosted tonight Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas at his home in Rosh Ha'Ain (near Tel Aviv-Central), and the two discussed various security and civil issues."

The statement added: "The meeting lasted approximately two and a half hours, and the Minister of Defense informed the Chairman of the Authority of his intention to continue to strengthen confidence-building measures, and the Minister affirmed the common interest in strengthening security coordination, maintaining security stability and preventing terrorism and violence."

This meeting comes about four months after the two men met in the city of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank.

For his part, Hussein al-Sheikh, head of the Palestinian Civil Affairs Authority, said in a tweet: "This evening, President Mahmoud Abbas met with Minister Benny Gantz, where the meeting discussed the importance of creating a political horizon that leads to a political solution in accordance with international legitimacy resolutions."

He added that the meeting also dealt with "the tense field conditions due to the practices of settlers in the West Bank, and the meeting dealt with many security, economic and humanitarian issues."

For its part, the Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, denounced the Palestinian President's meeting with the Israeli Defense Minister.

The movement's spokesman, Hazem Qassem, said that the meeting was "rejected and deviated from the national spirit of our Palestinian people," according to his statement to Anadolu Agency.

Qassem considered that the meeting coincided with "the settlers' attack on our people in the West Bank constitutes a stab at the intifada in the West Bank."

He added, "The behavior of the PA leadership deepens the internal division, encourages some parties in the region that want to be normalized with the Israeli occupation, and weakens the Palestinian position that rejects normalization."

In turn, the right-wing Likud party denounced the Abbas-Gantz meeting.

The party said in a statement, "Dangerous concessions to Israel's security are only a matter of time," noting that "the Israeli-Palestinian Bennett government is bringing Abu Mazen and the Palestinians back on the agenda."

According to the Likud's brief statement, "The Bennett-Lapid government constitutes a danger to Israel."

Political talks between the Palestinians and Israel have been suspended since 2014, due to Israel's refusal to stop settlements and its non-acceptance of the principle of a "two-state solution".

Algerian President: We hope to hold a unified "university" summit for the Arab class

The Algerian president expressed his hope that the Arab summit to be hosted by his country next year would be "universal" and "unified by the Arab ranks".

Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune said on Tuesday that his country hopes that the Arab summit to be hosted by his country next year will be "universal" and "unified by the Arab ranks."

Tebboune was speaking at a joint press conference with his Mauritanian counterpart, Mohamed Ould Cheikh El Ghazzouni, after talks between them at the presidential residence in Algiers.

The Algerian president stressed that "the visit was an opportunity to exchange views on various issues of concern to our two countries and all regional and international issues of common interest."

He explained that the talks focused in particular on "the situation in Libya and the Sahel, in addition to the joint Arab action, which received special attention in our talks, especially since Algeria will soon host the Arab summit, which we hope will be a united and unified summit for the Arab world."

According to the Algerian president, "in light of the tense international context marked by threats and challenges, we have touched upon the priority of unifying our efforts and coordinating our positions.

For his part, the Mauritanian president said that the visit was "an opportunity to deliberate on bilateral issues and the most prominent international and regional issues of concern to our two countries."

He explained that the visit "was fruitful and constructive, during which we renewed our common determination to redouble efforts to push cooperation between our two countries to more diverse levels in the service of our peoples, the Maghreb and our Islamic nation."

The Mauritanian president arrived in Algeria on Monday evening for a three-day visit to discuss cooperation and issues of common interest, according to the two countries' presidencies.

On Tuesday, the Algerian president held talks with his Mauritanian counterpart at the headquarters of the Republic, which culminated in announcing the signing of agreements and memoranda of understanding that included the sectors of higher education, vocational training, health, employment and small economic institutions.


Israel 2021: Hard bombing of Iran, attacks in the Middle East, and a decline in confidence in the army

A report issued by the occupation army indicated that its units worked during 2021 to prepare for war with Iran, but stressed that the matter was not easy, while indicating that the community's confidence in the Israeli army declined.

On Tuesday evening, the Israeli occupation army published an annual report outlining the most important issues that occupied it during the year 2021, which is approaching its end, as Iran stands out among the most important issues. Lebanon and the Gaza Strip.

The report published by Hebrew Channel 13 also shows that the occupation army was busy preparing a plan to strike Iranian nuclear facilities, as well as to work to strengthen the regional deterrence force, while the report shows a significant increase in settler attacks and crimes against Palestinians in the West Bank.

The report indicates that all of Israel's "enemies" do not seek to initiate a war with it, and all that comes out of them is a reaction to Israeli operations.

Plots to attack Iran

With regard to Iran specifically, the occupation report indicates that the army has worked during the past year to prepare to strike Iranian nuclear facilities, and the occupation army’s estimates indicate that its capabilities could help it bomb these facilities in Natanz in particular, but Iran’s Fardo nuclear facility It constitutes an obstacle to it, because it was built inside a mountain, which makes it difficult to target and destroy it and makes it more complex, according to the allegations.

According to the report, the occupation army estimates that its capabilities would have allowed it ten years ago to bomb Iranian nuclear facilities, but Iran has intensified fortification of the facilities over the past years and has surrounded them with many air defense systems, including the Russian S-300 system.

The Chief of Staff of the occupation army, Aviv Kohavi, recently ordered the start of developing various plans to target Iran, including plans to strike nuclear facilities alone, as well as a plan to strike defense systems and missile launchers.

The report of the occupation army indicates that the army will be ready when the political level instructs any strike, and Kohavi said that "the expansion of operations in the recent period has contributed to disrupting Iran's plan to transfer weapons to the enemies," referring to Gaza and Lebanon.

Northern front

As for Syria and Hezbollah in Lebanon, the occupation report indicates that the army has worked during the past year to thwart efforts to transfer arms to Hezbollah in particular, as well as to Syria, but it indicated that the arms are still arriving in Syria.

The report claims that Assad is also seeking to reduce Iran's influence in Syria, but stressed that he is working to specifically target Syrian units that work with Iran.

The report revealed that the year 2021 witnessed more Israeli bombings of Syria than the previous years, while observing an increase in Syrian responses to Israeli fighters.

It also revealed that the occupation launched "thousands" of operations in different regions in the Middle East during the same year, and this does not include the special and covert operations that the report did not address.

As for the Lebanese Hezbollah, the occupation army believes, according to its estimates for the year 2021, that it does not want war and has not succeeded in establishing private arms factories directed on Lebanese soil. He asserts that the army units focused their work on thwarting and disrupting the party's efforts to manufacture precision-guided missiles.

Gaza strip

With regard to the Gaza Strip, the report shows that the army has been relatively successful in preventing the entry of weapons into the Strip. On the other hand, it indicates that indirect progress has occurred in the negotiations between Hamas and the occupation to conclude a prisoner exchange deal, "but the difference in viewpoints is still great."

He says that "Hamas is still insisting on liberating prisoners from those who killed Israelis in the future deal, while the report claims that the occupation army has monitored that Hamas is still facing difficulties in manufacturing precision-guided missiles in preparation for the next war."

Army and Society

The report issued by the occupation army points to the army's leadership's fears after opinion polls showed that the Israeli public began to lose confidence in it, especially the poll of the Israel Democracy Center, which showed that Israeli society's confidence in the army declined from 90% to 81%, and is likely to decline further.

Turkish Defense Minister: Separatist attempts in Bosnia do no good

Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar stressed that separatist attempts in Bosnia and Herzegovina are not in the interest of any party, noting that Turkey is following developments in Sarajevo.

Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said on Tuesday that separatist attempts in Bosnia and Herzegovina are not in the interest of any party, noting that Turkey is closely following developments in Sarajevo.

He visited the families of the Turkish soldiers in the capital, Sarajevo, on the sidelines of his official visit to the country, which began on Monday.

In his address to the soldiers, he stressed the importance of the tasks assigned to them in Bosnia and Herzegovina, describing them as "difficult and difficult".

Akar pointed out that Turkey's interest in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as one of the Balkan countries, is increasing day by day.

"The stability of Bosnia is very important to us and all the Balkan countries," he said.

He affirmed that his country will continue to do its utmost to ensure the unity and stability of Bosnia.

Akar touched on the problems and pain that the country went through in the past, adding: "Bosnia as a whole has made great strides and achieved political, social, economic and military developments, and we hope that the gains made will not be lost."

He continued, "We are closely following developments in Bosnia. Regardless of their goal, purpose, or form, separatist attempts are not in anyone's interest. That is why we always say unity, and we want Bosnia to preserve it."

He pointed out that Ankara continues to support Bosnia and Herzegovina's integration with European, Atlantic and NATO institutions.

After the visit, he left Bosnia for Kosovo.

Two weeks ago, Bosnian Serb deputies began withdrawing from the central institutions in Bosnia, despite warnings from the West against this move, and the Bosnian Serb parliament passed a vote obligating the local government to withdraw from 3 basic joint institutions, the army, the judicial system, and taxes, in the next six months.

Bosnia and Herzegovina witnessed a war in 1992 that lasted three and a half years, and ended with the signing of the “Dayton” peace agreement in 1995. The agreement divided the country into two entities: the “Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina” and the “Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina,” and the latter was divided into 10 “cantons.”

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