Funerals of 5 Palestinians killed by the Israeli army in the West Bank Funerals of 5 Palestinians killed by the Israeli army in the West Bank

Funerals of 5 Palestinians killed by the Israeli army in the West Bank

Funerals of 5 Palestinians killed by the Israeli army in the West Bank Thousands of Palestinians in the cities of Tulkarm and Nablus, in the northern West Bank, attended the funerals of five Palestinians after they were killed by the Israeli army, in conjunction with a comprehensive strike prevailing in Tulkarm Governorate.  Thousands of Palestinians in the cities of Tulkarem and Nablus, in the northern West Bank, attended, on Saturday, the funerals of five Palestinians killed by the Israeli army.  Hundreds participated in the city of Tulkarem, in the funeral of the two young men, Samer Salah Al-Shafei (22 years old) and Hamza Jamil Khreyoush (22 years old), who were killed on Saturday morning in the Tulkarem camp.  According to the Anatolia correspondent, the funeral of the two young men was held after their families gave them a farewell look at their homes, then the funeral prayer was performed after the noon prayer at the Al-Salam Mosque in Tulkarm camp, and then to the camp cemetery.  And the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced in a statement, "The arrival of two martyrs, shot by the occupation, to Dr. Thabet Governmental Hospital, in addition to a stable injury in the extremities, as a result of the Israeli aggression on the city of Tulkarm."  According to the ministry, Al-Shafei was wounded by bullets in the neck, chest and abdomen, while Kharbush was shot in the chest, abdomen and left foot.  Shtayyeh, in a special statement to TRT Arabi: The occupation’s decision was for Sheikh Khader Adnan to die alone in his cell on hunger strike, and we will criticize pic.twitter.com/j54dugdpOv  Since the morning hours, the Tulkarem governorate has been in a comprehensive strike, in response to a call announced by the national and Islamic forces in the governorate to "mourn the two martyrs (...) who were executed in cold blood by the occupation forces."  For its part, the Palestinian government said that Israel practices "field executions", holding it responsible for its "crimes".  This came in a brief statement by the Palestinian government spokesman, Ibrahim Melhem, commenting on the killing of the Palestinians.  He added, "The occupation soldiers carry out their mobile crimes with field executions, without the slightest regard for international laws and humanitarian laws."  The spokesman quoted Prime Minister Muhammad Shtayyeh as holding "the occupation authorities fully responsible for these horrific crimes."  Shtayyeh added, "The occupation's continuation of committing its crimes is a result of the absence of unified international standards, and the perpetrators' sense of impunity."  In the city of Nablus, thousands of Palestinians participated in the funeral of three Palestinians killed by the Israeli army on March 12, and their bodies were released on Friday.  And participated in the funeral ceremony in the western cemetery in the city, masked gunmen fired in the air, as an expression of their anger at the continued killing of Palestinians.  And on Friday, the Palestinian General Authority for Civil Affairs (the official contact with Israel) announced in a statement that it had received "the bodies of the martyrs of Nablus, who were detained by the occupation, and they are: Uday Othman Al-Shami, Jihad Muhammad Al-Shami, and Muhammad Raad Dabeek."  On March 12, the Palestinian armed group "The Lions' Den" announced that 3 of its members were killed in a clash with the Israeli army at the Surra checkpoint (southwest of Nablus).  For months, the West Bank has been witnessing escalating tension, which since the beginning of the year has resulted in the death of 110 Palestinians, according to data from the Palestinian Ministry of Health.      Israeli media: A decision to release Jordanian MP Imad Al-Adwan on Sunday  The Hebrew Channel 14 reported that the Israeli authorities have submitted to Jordanian pressure to release MP Imad Al-Adwan, and it is expected that he will be released on Sunday and returned to Jordan.  Israeli media: A decision to release Jordanian MP Imad Al-Adwan on SundayExtending the detention of Jordanian MP Imad Al-Adwan in Israel by 8 days The channel added: “After two weeks of detention and interrogation in connection with the case of smuggling quantities of weapons and gold for use by “terrorist organizations” in the West Bank, “Israel” decided to release the Jordanian MP, and it is not yet clear whether Jordan will undertake to remove him from parliament or It will take criminal action against him as part of his release."  The channel indicated that Israel will put pressure on Jordan, and demand that MP Al-Adwan be removed from Parliament, and that criminal measures be taken against him, as part of the agreement to release him.  It is noteworthy that the Israeli authorities arrested the Jordanian MP, Imad Al-Adwan, on the 23rd of last April, for allegedly attempting to smuggle weapons and quantities of gold through the Al-Karama crossing.  Hebrew sources said, "3 bags containing 12 long weapons, 270 curly weapons, 167 glock guns, and 100 kilograms of gold were seized."            A disease transmitted by animals imported from Jordan kills hundreds of buffaloes in southern Iraq  A local organization in Dhi Qar revealed that hundreds of buffaloes were infected due to the bad conditions in southern Iraq, while health authorities indicated that the disease was transmitted by animals imported from Jordan.  The director of the Chibayish Organization for Tourism and Environment, Raad al-Asadi, stated that about 500 buffaloes in the Chibayish district, in the far south of Dhi Qar governorate, were infected with foot-and-mouth disease, as a result of the poor environmental conditions in the marshlands.  He stated that these injuries were recorded during the past month and early this month.  For his part, the district commissioner of Al-Chibayish district, south of Dhi Qar, said that foot-and-mouth infections appeared in the district among buffaloes, but they have not been recorded so far, according to official approved statistics.  He pointed out that Chibayish recorded last year the death of 7,000 buffaloes in the marshlands due to the drought that afflicted the region.  In turn, the administration of the veterinary hospital in Dhi Qar governorate said that the follow-up teams have already detected the presence of foot-and-mouth disease, and there is another disease similar to foot-and-mouth disease, which is the triple fever disease.  And the director of the veterinary hospital, Muhammad Aziz, stated that the triple fever disease ends with the passage of three days inside the body of the buffalo, with the use of some simple medicines.  He explained that there is a foot-and-mouth disease called "sat" that entered the country by importing animals from Jordan, which led to the death of buffaloes, indicating that this disease does not have a vaccine at the present time, indicating that Iraq is in the process of announcing a tender to purchase its own vaccine.  And Aziz indicated that this disease does not interact with the local vaccine and has caused the death of a number of buffaloes in the governorate during the last period, stressing that there are samples that will be withdrawn from buffaloes in Chibayish and sent to the laboratory on Sunday, indicating the type of disease infected with these animals.          "Positive signals regarding Syria" at an upcoming meeting of Arab foreign ministers in Cairo  The foreign ministers of the Arab countries meet today, Sunday, in Cairo, to discuss the resumption of the participation of Syrian delegations in the meetings of the Arab League, while Amman revealed positive signs in this regard.  Jordan's permanent representative to the League of Arab States, Ambassador Amjad Al-Adayleh, said that there are "positive indications of an expected agreement on a draft resolution for Syria's return to the Arab League," expecting that "the Arab foreign ministers will agree in their meeting today on a decision that includes the resumption of the participation of Syrian government delegations in meetings." Council of the League," noting that he "felt an Arab consensus on the importance of launching a pioneering Arab role in resolving this crisis."  This comes after Adaileh presented, during preparatory meetings at the level of permanent delegates held on Saturday at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the League of Arab States, a briefing to the League Council on the course of the Amman Consultative Meeting on Syria, noting that Jordan has a well-versed role in discussing the Syrian crisis, and was a pioneer. In launching an Arab leadership role that leads to resolving this crisis and discussing the matter in the Amman meeting.  Adaileh said, "Things are going positively, and the ministers will approve the draft resolution on Sunday if there are no notes," explaining that "the process will be consensual and not in the form of a vote."  And media sources stated that the upcoming decision of the Arab foreign ministers "will confirm the need to take practical and effective steps to gradually resolve the crisis according to the principle of step by step," noting that "Syrian Foreign Minister Faisal al-Miqdad was informed, on Saturday, of the content of the draft decision."  The sources pointed out that "the Arab League's draft decision included a renewal of commitment to preserving Syria's sovereignty, territorial integrity, stability, and territorial integrity, and an emphasis on the importance of continuing and intensifying Arab efforts aimed at helping Syria get out of its crisis, in addition to full solidarity with the Syrian people over what has happened." It faces challenges that affect its security and stability, and the violations it is exposed to that threaten its existence, the lives of innocent citizens, and the unity and integrity of the Syrian lands.”  It also included "welcome the efforts made to create appropriate conditions to move the path of a comprehensive political settlement in Syria, and keenness to activate the leading Arab role in efforts to resolve the Syrian crisis to address all its consequences."  The draft also included "welcoming the Arab statements issued by the Jeddah and Amman meetings on Syria, keenness to launch an Arab leadership role in efforts to resolve the Syrian crisis that addresses all its consequences, welcoming Damascus' willingness to cooperate with countries, implement the commitments and consensuses reached at the Amman meeting, and adopt the necessary mechanisms to activate Arab role.  It is worth noting that regional talks were held in Amman in early May, at a Jordanian initiative, with Syria, and the Jordanian Foreign Minister considered them "a step in the right direction to end Syria's political isolation and bring Damascus back to the Arab ranks."   The next Arab summit is scheduled to be held in Riyadh on May 19.           The UAE warns of cyber attacks targeting digital assets  The Cyber ​​Security Council of the UAE government called on all government and private institutions in the country to take caution from any cyber attacks targeting the national digital infrastructure and assets.  The Cyber ​​Security Council called on government and private agencies to activate the cyber emergency system, cooperate and coordinate with the concerned authorities to share data proactively and confront malicious attacks.  The Cyber ​​Security Council stressed the importance of addressing various types of cyber attacks by vital sectors, in addition to activating protection systems and cyber security policies and raising the awareness of the authorities of any suspicious electronic activities that may harm their environments.  It is worth noting that the UAE is adopting the best standards and practices of safe digital transformation and protecting the national digital infrastructure, which is the basis of digital transformation through a highly developed cybersecurity system capable of fortifying the country's digital space.           85 years ago, he was gifted 4 camels. The Saudi crown prince attends the coronation of King Charles's grandfather  A page bearing the name of the late Saudi King Saud bin Abdulaziz published rare photos dating back more than 85 years, during his participation when he was crown prince, in the inauguration ceremony of King George, the grandfather of British King Charles.  And the King Saud account on Twitter published documentation of a gathering that includes the then Crown Prince Saud bin Abdulaziz, and his brother Prince Muhammad bin Abdulaziz, accompanied by Muhammad Talaat Harb Pasha, Dr. The year 1938 is an indication of the historical relations that have linked Saudi Arabia and Britain since the 1930s.  The high-ranking Saudi delegation headed by the Crown Prince and 9 escorts headed across the Suez Canal by steamer towards London, where they attended the coronation ceremony.  According to the page, King Abdulaziz gave King George, the grandfather of the current British King Charles, a gift of 4 camels, as a token of friendship, and for their hospitality to his son and crown prince, Prince Saud.  It is worth noting that Saud bin Abdulaziz is the second king of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and he is the only king of Saudi Arabia whose rule ended with dismissal by members of the royal family, not with death.

Thousands of Palestinians in the cities of Tulkarm and Nablus, in the northern West Bank, attended the funerals of five Palestinians after they were killed by the Israeli army, in conjunction with a comprehensive strike prevailing in Tulkarm Governorate.

Thousands of Palestinians in the cities of Tulkarem and Nablus, in the northern West Bank, attended, on Saturday, the funerals of five Palestinians killed by the Israeli army.

Hundreds participated in the city of Tulkarem, in the funeral of the two young men, Samer Salah Al-Shafei (22 years old) and Hamza Jamil Khreyoush (22 years old), who were killed on Saturday morning in the Tulkarem camp.

According to the Anatolia correspondent, the funeral of the two young men was held after their families gave them a farewell look at their homes, then the funeral prayer was performed after the noon prayer at the Al-Salam Mosque in Tulkarm camp, and then to the camp cemetery.

And the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced in a statement, "The arrival of two martyrs, shot by the occupation, to Dr. Thabet Governmental Hospital, in addition to a stable injury in the extremities, as a result of the Israeli aggression on the city of Tulkarm."

According to the ministry, Al-Shafei was wounded by bullets in the neck, chest and abdomen, while Kharbush was shot in the chest, abdomen and left foot.

Shtayyeh, in a special statement to TRT Arabi: The occupation’s decision was for Sheikh Khader Adnan to die alone in his cell on hunger strike, and we will criticize pic.twitter.com/j54dugdpOv

Since the morning hours, the Tulkarem governorate has been in a comprehensive strike, in response to a call announced by the national and Islamic forces in the governorate to "mourn the two martyrs (...) who were executed in cold blood by the occupation forces."

For its part, the Palestinian government said that Israel practices "field executions", holding it responsible for its "crimes".

This came in a brief statement by the Palestinian government spokesman, Ibrahim Melhem, commenting on the killing of the Palestinians.

He added, "The occupation soldiers carry out their mobile crimes with field executions, without the slightest regard for international laws and humanitarian laws."

The spokesman quoted Prime Minister Muhammad Shtayyeh as holding "the occupation authorities fully responsible for these horrific crimes."

Shtayyeh added, "The occupation's continuation of committing its crimes is a result of the absence of unified international standards, and the perpetrators' sense of impunity."

In the city of Nablus, thousands of Palestinians participated in the funeral of three Palestinians killed by the Israeli army on March 12, and their bodies were released on Friday.

And participated in the funeral ceremony in the western cemetery in the city, masked gunmen fired in the air, as an expression of their anger at the continued killing of Palestinians.

And on Friday, the Palestinian General Authority for Civil Affairs (the official contact with Israel) announced in a statement that it had received "the bodies of the martyrs of Nablus, who were detained by the occupation, and they are: Uday Othman Al-Shami, Jihad Muhammad Al-Shami, and Muhammad Raad Dabeek."

On March 12, the Palestinian armed group "The Lions' Den" announced that 3 of its members were killed in a clash with the Israeli army at the Surra checkpoint (southwest of Nablus).

For months, the West Bank has been witnessing escalating tension, which since the beginning of the year has resulted in the death of 110 Palestinians, according to data from the Palestinian Ministry of Health.


Israeli media: A decision to release Jordanian MP Imad Al-Adwan on Sunday

The Hebrew Channel 14 reported that the Israeli authorities have submitted to Jordanian pressure to release MP Imad Al-Adwan, and it is expected that he will be released on Sunday and returned to Jordan.

Israeli media: A decision to release Jordanian MP Imad Al-Adwan on SundayExtending the detention of Jordanian MP Imad Al-Adwan in Israel by 8 days
The channel added: “After two weeks of detention and interrogation in connection with the case of smuggling quantities of weapons and gold for use by “terrorist organizations” in the West Bank, “Israel” decided to release the Jordanian MP, and it is not yet clear whether Jordan will undertake to remove him from parliament or It will take criminal action against him as part of his release."

The channel indicated that Israel will put pressure on Jordan, and demand that MP Al-Adwan be removed from Parliament, and that criminal measures be taken against him, as part of the agreement to release him.

It is noteworthy that the Israeli authorities arrested the Jordanian MP, Imad Al-Adwan, on the 23rd of last April, for allegedly attempting to smuggle weapons and quantities of gold through the Al-Karama crossing.

Hebrew sources said, "3 bags containing 12 long weapons, 270 curly weapons, 167 glock guns, and 100 kilograms of gold were seized."



A disease transmitted by animals imported from Jordan kills hundreds of buffaloes in southern Iraq

A local organization in Dhi Qar revealed that hundreds of buffaloes were infected due to the bad conditions in southern Iraq, while health authorities indicated that the disease was transmitted by animals imported from Jordan.

The director of the Chibayish Organization for Tourism and Environment, Raad al-Asadi, stated that about 500 buffaloes in the Chibayish district, in the far south of Dhi Qar governorate, were infected with foot-and-mouth disease, as a result of the poor environmental conditions in the marshlands.

He stated that these injuries were recorded during the past month and early this month.

For his part, the district commissioner of Al-Chibayish district, south of Dhi Qar, said that foot-and-mouth infections appeared in the district among buffaloes, but they have not been recorded so far, according to official approved statistics.

He pointed out that Chibayish recorded last year the death of 7,000 buffaloes in the marshlands due to the drought that afflicted the region.

In turn, the administration of the veterinary hospital in Dhi Qar governorate said that the follow-up teams have already detected the presence of foot-and-mouth disease, and there is another disease similar to foot-and-mouth disease, which is the triple fever disease.

And the director of the veterinary hospital, Muhammad Aziz, stated that the triple fever disease ends with the passage of three days inside the body of the buffalo, with the use of some simple medicines.

He explained that there is a foot-and-mouth disease called "sat" that entered the country by importing animals from Jordan, which led to the death of buffaloes, indicating that this disease does not have a vaccine at the present time, indicating that Iraq is in the process of announcing a tender to purchase its own vaccine.

And Aziz indicated that this disease does not interact with the local vaccine and has caused the death of a number of buffaloes in the governorate during the last period, stressing that there are samples that will be withdrawn from buffaloes in Chibayish and sent to the laboratory on Sunday, indicating the type of disease infected with these animals.



Funerals of 5 Palestinians killed by the Israeli army in the West Bank Thousands of Palestinians in the cities of Tulkarm and Nablus, in the northern West Bank, attended the funerals of five Palestinians after they were killed by the Israeli army, in conjunction with a comprehensive strike prevailing in Tulkarm Governorate.  Thousands of Palestinians in the cities of Tulkarem and Nablus, in the northern West Bank, attended, on Saturday, the funerals of five Palestinians killed by the Israeli army.  Hundreds participated in the city of Tulkarem, in the funeral of the two young men, Samer Salah Al-Shafei (22 years old) and Hamza Jamil Khreyoush (22 years old), who were killed on Saturday morning in the Tulkarem camp.  According to the Anatolia correspondent, the funeral of the two young men was held after their families gave them a farewell look at their homes, then the funeral prayer was performed after the noon prayer at the Al-Salam Mosque in Tulkarm camp, and then to the camp cemetery.  And the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced in a statement, "The arrival of two martyrs, shot by the occupation, to Dr. Thabet Governmental Hospital, in addition to a stable injury in the extremities, as a result of the Israeli aggression on the city of Tulkarm."  According to the ministry, Al-Shafei was wounded by bullets in the neck, chest and abdomen, while Kharbush was shot in the chest, abdomen and left foot.  Shtayyeh, in a special statement to TRT Arabi: The occupation’s decision was for Sheikh Khader Adnan to die alone in his cell on hunger strike, and we will criticize pic.twitter.com/j54dugdpOv  Since the morning hours, the Tulkarem governorate has been in a comprehensive strike, in response to a call announced by the national and Islamic forces in the governorate to "mourn the two martyrs (...) who were executed in cold blood by the occupation forces."  For its part, the Palestinian government said that Israel practices "field executions", holding it responsible for its "crimes".  This came in a brief statement by the Palestinian government spokesman, Ibrahim Melhem, commenting on the killing of the Palestinians.  He added, "The occupation soldiers carry out their mobile crimes with field executions, without the slightest regard for international laws and humanitarian laws."  The spokesman quoted Prime Minister Muhammad Shtayyeh as holding "the occupation authorities fully responsible for these horrific crimes."  Shtayyeh added, "The occupation's continuation of committing its crimes is a result of the absence of unified international standards, and the perpetrators' sense of impunity."  In the city of Nablus, thousands of Palestinians participated in the funeral of three Palestinians killed by the Israeli army on March 12, and their bodies were released on Friday.  And participated in the funeral ceremony in the western cemetery in the city, masked gunmen fired in the air, as an expression of their anger at the continued killing of Palestinians.  And on Friday, the Palestinian General Authority for Civil Affairs (the official contact with Israel) announced in a statement that it had received "the bodies of the martyrs of Nablus, who were detained by the occupation, and they are: Uday Othman Al-Shami, Jihad Muhammad Al-Shami, and Muhammad Raad Dabeek."  On March 12, the Palestinian armed group "The Lions' Den" announced that 3 of its members were killed in a clash with the Israeli army at the Surra checkpoint (southwest of Nablus).  For months, the West Bank has been witnessing escalating tension, which since the beginning of the year has resulted in the death of 110 Palestinians, according to data from the Palestinian Ministry of Health.      Israeli media: A decision to release Jordanian MP Imad Al-Adwan on Sunday  The Hebrew Channel 14 reported that the Israeli authorities have submitted to Jordanian pressure to release MP Imad Al-Adwan, and it is expected that he will be released on Sunday and returned to Jordan.  Israeli media: A decision to release Jordanian MP Imad Al-Adwan on SundayExtending the detention of Jordanian MP Imad Al-Adwan in Israel by 8 days The channel added: “After two weeks of detention and interrogation in connection with the case of smuggling quantities of weapons and gold for use by “terrorist organizations” in the West Bank, “Israel” decided to release the Jordanian MP, and it is not yet clear whether Jordan will undertake to remove him from parliament or It will take criminal action against him as part of his release."  The channel indicated that Israel will put pressure on Jordan, and demand that MP Al-Adwan be removed from Parliament, and that criminal measures be taken against him, as part of the agreement to release him.  It is noteworthy that the Israeli authorities arrested the Jordanian MP, Imad Al-Adwan, on the 23rd of last April, for allegedly attempting to smuggle weapons and quantities of gold through the Al-Karama crossing.  Hebrew sources said, "3 bags containing 12 long weapons, 270 curly weapons, 167 glock guns, and 100 kilograms of gold were seized."            A disease transmitted by animals imported from Jordan kills hundreds of buffaloes in southern Iraq  A local organization in Dhi Qar revealed that hundreds of buffaloes were infected due to the bad conditions in southern Iraq, while health authorities indicated that the disease was transmitted by animals imported from Jordan.  The director of the Chibayish Organization for Tourism and Environment, Raad al-Asadi, stated that about 500 buffaloes in the Chibayish district, in the far south of Dhi Qar governorate, were infected with foot-and-mouth disease, as a result of the poor environmental conditions in the marshlands.  He stated that these injuries were recorded during the past month and early this month.  For his part, the district commissioner of Al-Chibayish district, south of Dhi Qar, said that foot-and-mouth infections appeared in the district among buffaloes, but they have not been recorded so far, according to official approved statistics.  He pointed out that Chibayish recorded last year the death of 7,000 buffaloes in the marshlands due to the drought that afflicted the region.  In turn, the administration of the veterinary hospital in Dhi Qar governorate said that the follow-up teams have already detected the presence of foot-and-mouth disease, and there is another disease similar to foot-and-mouth disease, which is the triple fever disease.  And the director of the veterinary hospital, Muhammad Aziz, stated that the triple fever disease ends with the passage of three days inside the body of the buffalo, with the use of some simple medicines.  He explained that there is a foot-and-mouth disease called "sat" that entered the country by importing animals from Jordan, which led to the death of buffaloes, indicating that this disease does not have a vaccine at the present time, indicating that Iraq is in the process of announcing a tender to purchase its own vaccine.  And Aziz indicated that this disease does not interact with the local vaccine and has caused the death of a number of buffaloes in the governorate during the last period, stressing that there are samples that will be withdrawn from buffaloes in Chibayish and sent to the laboratory on Sunday, indicating the type of disease infected with these animals.          "Positive signals regarding Syria" at an upcoming meeting of Arab foreign ministers in Cairo  The foreign ministers of the Arab countries meet today, Sunday, in Cairo, to discuss the resumption of the participation of Syrian delegations in the meetings of the Arab League, while Amman revealed positive signs in this regard.  Jordan's permanent representative to the League of Arab States, Ambassador Amjad Al-Adayleh, said that there are "positive indications of an expected agreement on a draft resolution for Syria's return to the Arab League," expecting that "the Arab foreign ministers will agree in their meeting today on a decision that includes the resumption of the participation of Syrian government delegations in meetings." Council of the League," noting that he "felt an Arab consensus on the importance of launching a pioneering Arab role in resolving this crisis."  This comes after Adaileh presented, during preparatory meetings at the level of permanent delegates held on Saturday at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the League of Arab States, a briefing to the League Council on the course of the Amman Consultative Meeting on Syria, noting that Jordan has a well-versed role in discussing the Syrian crisis, and was a pioneer. In launching an Arab leadership role that leads to resolving this crisis and discussing the matter in the Amman meeting.  Adaileh said, "Things are going positively, and the ministers will approve the draft resolution on Sunday if there are no notes," explaining that "the process will be consensual and not in the form of a vote."  And media sources stated that the upcoming decision of the Arab foreign ministers "will confirm the need to take practical and effective steps to gradually resolve the crisis according to the principle of step by step," noting that "Syrian Foreign Minister Faisal al-Miqdad was informed, on Saturday, of the content of the draft decision."  The sources pointed out that "the Arab League's draft decision included a renewal of commitment to preserving Syria's sovereignty, territorial integrity, stability, and territorial integrity, and an emphasis on the importance of continuing and intensifying Arab efforts aimed at helping Syria get out of its crisis, in addition to full solidarity with the Syrian people over what has happened." It faces challenges that affect its security and stability, and the violations it is exposed to that threaten its existence, the lives of innocent citizens, and the unity and integrity of the Syrian lands.”  It also included "welcome the efforts made to create appropriate conditions to move the path of a comprehensive political settlement in Syria, and keenness to activate the leading Arab role in efforts to resolve the Syrian crisis to address all its consequences."  The draft also included "welcoming the Arab statements issued by the Jeddah and Amman meetings on Syria, keenness to launch an Arab leadership role in efforts to resolve the Syrian crisis that addresses all its consequences, welcoming Damascus' willingness to cooperate with countries, implement the commitments and consensuses reached at the Amman meeting, and adopt the necessary mechanisms to activate Arab role.  It is worth noting that regional talks were held in Amman in early May, at a Jordanian initiative, with Syria, and the Jordanian Foreign Minister considered them "a step in the right direction to end Syria's political isolation and bring Damascus back to the Arab ranks."   The next Arab summit is scheduled to be held in Riyadh on May 19.           The UAE warns of cyber attacks targeting digital assets  The Cyber ​​Security Council of the UAE government called on all government and private institutions in the country to take caution from any cyber attacks targeting the national digital infrastructure and assets.  The Cyber ​​Security Council called on government and private agencies to activate the cyber emergency system, cooperate and coordinate with the concerned authorities to share data proactively and confront malicious attacks.  The Cyber ​​Security Council stressed the importance of addressing various types of cyber attacks by vital sectors, in addition to activating protection systems and cyber security policies and raising the awareness of the authorities of any suspicious electronic activities that may harm their environments.  It is worth noting that the UAE is adopting the best standards and practices of safe digital transformation and protecting the national digital infrastructure, which is the basis of digital transformation through a highly developed cybersecurity system capable of fortifying the country's digital space.           85 years ago, he was gifted 4 camels. The Saudi crown prince attends the coronation of King Charles's grandfather  A page bearing the name of the late Saudi King Saud bin Abdulaziz published rare photos dating back more than 85 years, during his participation when he was crown prince, in the inauguration ceremony of King George, the grandfather of British King Charles.  And the King Saud account on Twitter published documentation of a gathering that includes the then Crown Prince Saud bin Abdulaziz, and his brother Prince Muhammad bin Abdulaziz, accompanied by Muhammad Talaat Harb Pasha, Dr. The year 1938 is an indication of the historical relations that have linked Saudi Arabia and Britain since the 1930s.  The high-ranking Saudi delegation headed by the Crown Prince and 9 escorts headed across the Suez Canal by steamer towards London, where they attended the coronation ceremony.  According to the page, King Abdulaziz gave King George, the grandfather of the current British King Charles, a gift of 4 camels, as a token of friendship, and for their hospitality to his son and crown prince, Prince Saud.  It is worth noting that Saud bin Abdulaziz is the second king of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and he is the only king of Saudi Arabia whose rule ended with dismissal by members of the royal family, not with death.

"Positive signals regarding Syria" at an upcoming meeting of Arab foreign ministers in Cairo

The foreign ministers of the Arab countries meet today, Sunday, in Cairo, to discuss the resumption of the participation of Syrian delegations in the meetings of the Arab League, while Amman revealed positive signs in this regard.

Jordan's permanent representative to the League of Arab States, Ambassador Amjad Al-Adayleh, said that there are "positive indications of an expected agreement on a draft resolution for Syria's return to the Arab League," expecting that "the Arab foreign ministers will agree in their meeting today on a decision that includes the resumption of the participation of Syrian government delegations in meetings." Council of the League," noting that he "felt an Arab consensus on the importance of launching a pioneering Arab role in resolving this crisis."

This comes after Adaileh presented, during preparatory meetings at the level of permanent delegates held on Saturday at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the League of Arab States, a briefing to the League Council on the course of the Amman Consultative Meeting on Syria, noting that Jordan has a well-versed role in discussing the Syrian crisis, and was a pioneer. In launching an Arab leadership role that leads to resolving this crisis and discussing the matter in the Amman meeting.

Adaileh said, "Things are going positively, and the ministers will approve the draft resolution on Sunday if there are no notes," explaining that "the process will be consensual and not in the form of a vote."

And media sources stated that the upcoming decision of the Arab foreign ministers "will confirm the need to take practical and effective steps to gradually resolve the crisis according to the principle of step by step," noting that "Syrian Foreign Minister Faisal al-Miqdad was informed, on Saturday, of the content of the draft decision."

The sources pointed out that "the Arab League's draft decision included a renewal of commitment to preserving Syria's sovereignty, territorial integrity, stability, and territorial integrity, and an emphasis on the importance of continuing and intensifying Arab efforts aimed at helping Syria get out of its crisis, in addition to full solidarity with the Syrian people over what has happened." It faces challenges that affect its security and stability, and the violations it is exposed to that threaten its existence, the lives of innocent citizens, and the unity and integrity of the Syrian lands.”

It also included "welcome the efforts made to create appropriate conditions to move the path of a comprehensive political settlement in Syria, and keenness to activate the leading Arab role in efforts to resolve the Syrian crisis to address all its consequences."

The draft also included "welcoming the Arab statements issued by the Jeddah and Amman meetings on Syria, keenness to launch an Arab leadership role in efforts to resolve the Syrian crisis that addresses all its consequences, welcoming Damascus' willingness to cooperate with countries, implement the commitments and consensuses reached at the Amman meeting, and adopt the necessary mechanisms to activate Arab role.

It is worth noting that regional talks were held in Amman in early May, at a Jordanian initiative, with Syria, and the Jordanian Foreign Minister considered them "a step in the right direction to end Syria's political isolation and bring Damascus back to the Arab ranks." 

The next Arab summit is scheduled to be held in Riyadh on May 19.



The UAE warns of cyber attacks targeting digital assets

The Cyber ​​Security Council of the UAE government called on all government and private institutions in the country to take caution from any cyber attacks targeting the national digital infrastructure and assets.

The Cyber ​​Security Council called on government and private agencies to activate the cyber emergency system, cooperate and coordinate with the concerned authorities to share data proactively and confront malicious attacks.

The Cyber ​​Security Council stressed the importance of addressing various types of cyber attacks by vital sectors, in addition to activating protection systems and cyber security policies and raising the awareness of the authorities of any suspicious electronic activities that may harm their environments.

It is worth noting that the UAE is adopting the best standards and practices of safe digital transformation and protecting the national digital infrastructure, which is the basis of digital transformation through a highly developed cybersecurity system capable of fortifying the country's digital space.


Funerals of 5 Palestinians killed by the Israeli army in the West Bank Thousands of Palestinians in the cities of Tulkarm and Nablus, in the northern West Bank, attended the funerals of five Palestinians after they were killed by the Israeli army, in conjunction with a comprehensive strike prevailing in Tulkarm Governorate.  Thousands of Palestinians in the cities of Tulkarem and Nablus, in the northern West Bank, attended, on Saturday, the funerals of five Palestinians killed by the Israeli army.  Hundreds participated in the city of Tulkarem, in the funeral of the two young men, Samer Salah Al-Shafei (22 years old) and Hamza Jamil Khreyoush (22 years old), who were killed on Saturday morning in the Tulkarem camp.  According to the Anatolia correspondent, the funeral of the two young men was held after their families gave them a farewell look at their homes, then the funeral prayer was performed after the noon prayer at the Al-Salam Mosque in Tulkarm camp, and then to the camp cemetery.  And the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced in a statement, "The arrival of two martyrs, shot by the occupation, to Dr. Thabet Governmental Hospital, in addition to a stable injury in the extremities, as a result of the Israeli aggression on the city of Tulkarm."  According to the ministry, Al-Shafei was wounded by bullets in the neck, chest and abdomen, while Kharbush was shot in the chest, abdomen and left foot.  Shtayyeh, in a special statement to TRT Arabi: The occupation’s decision was for Sheikh Khader Adnan to die alone in his cell on hunger strike, and we will criticize pic.twitter.com/j54dugdpOv  Since the morning hours, the Tulkarem governorate has been in a comprehensive strike, in response to a call announced by the national and Islamic forces in the governorate to "mourn the two martyrs (...) who were executed in cold blood by the occupation forces."  For its part, the Palestinian government said that Israel practices "field executions", holding it responsible for its "crimes".  This came in a brief statement by the Palestinian government spokesman, Ibrahim Melhem, commenting on the killing of the Palestinians.  He added, "The occupation soldiers carry out their mobile crimes with field executions, without the slightest regard for international laws and humanitarian laws."  The spokesman quoted Prime Minister Muhammad Shtayyeh as holding "the occupation authorities fully responsible for these horrific crimes."  Shtayyeh added, "The occupation's continuation of committing its crimes is a result of the absence of unified international standards, and the perpetrators' sense of impunity."  In the city of Nablus, thousands of Palestinians participated in the funeral of three Palestinians killed by the Israeli army on March 12, and their bodies were released on Friday.  And participated in the funeral ceremony in the western cemetery in the city, masked gunmen fired in the air, as an expression of their anger at the continued killing of Palestinians.  And on Friday, the Palestinian General Authority for Civil Affairs (the official contact with Israel) announced in a statement that it had received "the bodies of the martyrs of Nablus, who were detained by the occupation, and they are: Uday Othman Al-Shami, Jihad Muhammad Al-Shami, and Muhammad Raad Dabeek."  On March 12, the Palestinian armed group "The Lions' Den" announced that 3 of its members were killed in a clash with the Israeli army at the Surra checkpoint (southwest of Nablus).  For months, the West Bank has been witnessing escalating tension, which since the beginning of the year has resulted in the death of 110 Palestinians, according to data from the Palestinian Ministry of Health.      Israeli media: A decision to release Jordanian MP Imad Al-Adwan on Sunday  The Hebrew Channel 14 reported that the Israeli authorities have submitted to Jordanian pressure to release MP Imad Al-Adwan, and it is expected that he will be released on Sunday and returned to Jordan.  Israeli media: A decision to release Jordanian MP Imad Al-Adwan on SundayExtending the detention of Jordanian MP Imad Al-Adwan in Israel by 8 days The channel added: “After two weeks of detention and interrogation in connection with the case of smuggling quantities of weapons and gold for use by “terrorist organizations” in the West Bank, “Israel” decided to release the Jordanian MP, and it is not yet clear whether Jordan will undertake to remove him from parliament or It will take criminal action against him as part of his release."  The channel indicated that Israel will put pressure on Jordan, and demand that MP Al-Adwan be removed from Parliament, and that criminal measures be taken against him, as part of the agreement to release him.  It is noteworthy that the Israeli authorities arrested the Jordanian MP, Imad Al-Adwan, on the 23rd of last April, for allegedly attempting to smuggle weapons and quantities of gold through the Al-Karama crossing.  Hebrew sources said, "3 bags containing 12 long weapons, 270 curly weapons, 167 glock guns, and 100 kilograms of gold were seized."            A disease transmitted by animals imported from Jordan kills hundreds of buffaloes in southern Iraq  A local organization in Dhi Qar revealed that hundreds of buffaloes were infected due to the bad conditions in southern Iraq, while health authorities indicated that the disease was transmitted by animals imported from Jordan.  The director of the Chibayish Organization for Tourism and Environment, Raad al-Asadi, stated that about 500 buffaloes in the Chibayish district, in the far south of Dhi Qar governorate, were infected with foot-and-mouth disease, as a result of the poor environmental conditions in the marshlands.  He stated that these injuries were recorded during the past month and early this month.  For his part, the district commissioner of Al-Chibayish district, south of Dhi Qar, said that foot-and-mouth infections appeared in the district among buffaloes, but they have not been recorded so far, according to official approved statistics.  He pointed out that Chibayish recorded last year the death of 7,000 buffaloes in the marshlands due to the drought that afflicted the region.  In turn, the administration of the veterinary hospital in Dhi Qar governorate said that the follow-up teams have already detected the presence of foot-and-mouth disease, and there is another disease similar to foot-and-mouth disease, which is the triple fever disease.  And the director of the veterinary hospital, Muhammad Aziz, stated that the triple fever disease ends with the passage of three days inside the body of the buffalo, with the use of some simple medicines.  He explained that there is a foot-and-mouth disease called "sat" that entered the country by importing animals from Jordan, which led to the death of buffaloes, indicating that this disease does not have a vaccine at the present time, indicating that Iraq is in the process of announcing a tender to purchase its own vaccine.  And Aziz indicated that this disease does not interact with the local vaccine and has caused the death of a number of buffaloes in the governorate during the last period, stressing that there are samples that will be withdrawn from buffaloes in Chibayish and sent to the laboratory on Sunday, indicating the type of disease infected with these animals.          "Positive signals regarding Syria" at an upcoming meeting of Arab foreign ministers in Cairo  The foreign ministers of the Arab countries meet today, Sunday, in Cairo, to discuss the resumption of the participation of Syrian delegations in the meetings of the Arab League, while Amman revealed positive signs in this regard.  Jordan's permanent representative to the League of Arab States, Ambassador Amjad Al-Adayleh, said that there are "positive indications of an expected agreement on a draft resolution for Syria's return to the Arab League," expecting that "the Arab foreign ministers will agree in their meeting today on a decision that includes the resumption of the participation of Syrian government delegations in meetings." Council of the League," noting that he "felt an Arab consensus on the importance of launching a pioneering Arab role in resolving this crisis."  This comes after Adaileh presented, during preparatory meetings at the level of permanent delegates held on Saturday at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the League of Arab States, a briefing to the League Council on the course of the Amman Consultative Meeting on Syria, noting that Jordan has a well-versed role in discussing the Syrian crisis, and was a pioneer. In launching an Arab leadership role that leads to resolving this crisis and discussing the matter in the Amman meeting.  Adaileh said, "Things are going positively, and the ministers will approve the draft resolution on Sunday if there are no notes," explaining that "the process will be consensual and not in the form of a vote."  And media sources stated that the upcoming decision of the Arab foreign ministers "will confirm the need to take practical and effective steps to gradually resolve the crisis according to the principle of step by step," noting that "Syrian Foreign Minister Faisal al-Miqdad was informed, on Saturday, of the content of the draft decision."  The sources pointed out that "the Arab League's draft decision included a renewal of commitment to preserving Syria's sovereignty, territorial integrity, stability, and territorial integrity, and an emphasis on the importance of continuing and intensifying Arab efforts aimed at helping Syria get out of its crisis, in addition to full solidarity with the Syrian people over what has happened." It faces challenges that affect its security and stability, and the violations it is exposed to that threaten its existence, the lives of innocent citizens, and the unity and integrity of the Syrian lands.”  It also included "welcome the efforts made to create appropriate conditions to move the path of a comprehensive political settlement in Syria, and keenness to activate the leading Arab role in efforts to resolve the Syrian crisis to address all its consequences."  The draft also included "welcoming the Arab statements issued by the Jeddah and Amman meetings on Syria, keenness to launch an Arab leadership role in efforts to resolve the Syrian crisis that addresses all its consequences, welcoming Damascus' willingness to cooperate with countries, implement the commitments and consensuses reached at the Amman meeting, and adopt the necessary mechanisms to activate Arab role.  It is worth noting that regional talks were held in Amman in early May, at a Jordanian initiative, with Syria, and the Jordanian Foreign Minister considered them "a step in the right direction to end Syria's political isolation and bring Damascus back to the Arab ranks."   The next Arab summit is scheduled to be held in Riyadh on May 19.           The UAE warns of cyber attacks targeting digital assets  The Cyber ​​Security Council of the UAE government called on all government and private institutions in the country to take caution from any cyber attacks targeting the national digital infrastructure and assets.  The Cyber ​​Security Council called on government and private agencies to activate the cyber emergency system, cooperate and coordinate with the concerned authorities to share data proactively and confront malicious attacks.  The Cyber ​​Security Council stressed the importance of addressing various types of cyber attacks by vital sectors, in addition to activating protection systems and cyber security policies and raising the awareness of the authorities of any suspicious electronic activities that may harm their environments.  It is worth noting that the UAE is adopting the best standards and practices of safe digital transformation and protecting the national digital infrastructure, which is the basis of digital transformation through a highly developed cybersecurity system capable of fortifying the country's digital space.           85 years ago, he was gifted 4 camels. The Saudi crown prince attends the coronation of King Charles's grandfather  A page bearing the name of the late Saudi King Saud bin Abdulaziz published rare photos dating back more than 85 years, during his participation when he was crown prince, in the inauguration ceremony of King George, the grandfather of British King Charles.  And the King Saud account on Twitter published documentation of a gathering that includes the then Crown Prince Saud bin Abdulaziz, and his brother Prince Muhammad bin Abdulaziz, accompanied by Muhammad Talaat Harb Pasha, Dr. The year 1938 is an indication of the historical relations that have linked Saudi Arabia and Britain since the 1930s.  The high-ranking Saudi delegation headed by the Crown Prince and 9 escorts headed across the Suez Canal by steamer towards London, where they attended the coronation ceremony.  According to the page, King Abdulaziz gave King George, the grandfather of the current British King Charles, a gift of 4 camels, as a token of friendship, and for their hospitality to his son and crown prince, Prince Saud.  It is worth noting that Saud bin Abdulaziz is the second king of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and he is the only king of Saudi Arabia whose rule ended with dismissal by members of the royal family, not with death.

85 years ago, he was gifted 4 camels. The Saudi crown prince attends the coronation of King Charles's grandfather

A page bearing the name of the late Saudi King Saud bin Abdulaziz published rare photos dating back more than 85 years, during his participation when he was crown prince, in the inauguration ceremony of King George, the grandfather of British King Charles.

And the King Saud account on Twitter published documentation of a gathering that includes the then Crown Prince Saud bin Abdulaziz, and his brother Prince Muhammad bin Abdulaziz, accompanied by Muhammad Talaat Harb Pasha, Dr. The year 1938 is an indication of the historical relations that have linked Saudi Arabia and Britain since the 1930s.

The high-ranking Saudi delegation headed by the Crown Prince and 9 escorts headed across the Suez Canal by steamer towards London, where they attended the coronation ceremony.

According to the page, King Abdulaziz gave King George, the grandfather of the current British King Charles, a gift of 4 camels, as a token of friendship, and for their hospitality to his son and crown prince, Prince Saud.

It is worth noting that Saud bin Abdulaziz is the second king of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and he is the only king of Saudi Arabia whose rule ended with dismissal by members of the royal family, not with death.

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