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Qatar swoops into Lebanon gas deal in wake of Jerusalem-Beirut agreement

The Jerusalem Post 31 Jan 2023
Turkey is also considering reconciliation with Syria’s regime and has been talking with Moscow and Iran. Meanwhile, there are energy deals in the works between Syria and Egypt, via Jordan ... On the one hand, this could be seen as a bunch of ships all moving in the right direction toward regional integration and stability.
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Drone strike on Iran shows latest frontier of drone wars in region - analysis

The Jerusalem Post 30 Jan 2023
The drones now threaten ships in the Gulf of Oman, they threaten Saudi Arabia and the Gulf, and Israel, as well as US forces in Syria. Recently drones in Syria targeted the US garrison at Tanf in Syria ... In the past, it has struck at ships in the Gulf of Oman.
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Iran FM’s Trip to Syria Was to Address ‘Misunderstandings’

GlobalResearch 27 Jan 2023
The Tehran-Moscow relationship in Syria has its own special nuances ... But recently, Damascus has faced difficulties in being able to charter shipping vessels, and has asked the Iranian government to take over the function of transporting and shipping Iranian oil to Syria as an additional service, in addition to increasing its share of oil shipments.
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Ben-Gvir: Maher Younis should be shipped off to Syria

The American Israelite 26 Jan 2023
Police did not allow terrorism supporters to erect tents, wave PLO and Fatah flags in the streets, or hold meetings. I hope the situation will remain under control and that the terrorist will only receive hugs inside his home until we pass a law to ship him off to Syria,” said Ben-Gvir ... Avraham Bromberg on the Golan Heights in 1980 ... .
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Fatah incites violence, praises Israeli Arab terrorists

Cleveland Jewish News 24 Jan 2023
Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas’s ruling Fatah faction is openly encouraging terrorism and violence, according to a report by NGO Palestinian Media Watch ... 19 ... تغطية صحفية ... I hope the situation will remain under control and that the terrorist will only receive hugs inside his home until we pass a law to ship him off to Syria,” said Ben-Gvir ... .
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United Arab Emirates Retains Place Among Safest Countries in the World

The Algemeiner 20 Jan 2023
Emirates airliners are seen on the tarmac in a general view of Dubai International Airport in Dubai, United Arab Emirates January 13, 2021. Picture taken through a window. Photo. REUTERS/Abdel Hadi Ramahi/File Photo ... The data is monitored by the ministry’s Global Peace and Stability Initiative ... 0 ... Maher Younis Should be Shipped Off to Syria ... .
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Turkey has given up promoting political Islam abroad

Economist 17 Jan 2023
Besides Egypt, Turkey backed Brotherhood parties and other Islamist groups in Libya, Syria and Tunisia ... But that policy ran out of steam in Egypt when Mr Sisi took over, and in Syria two years later when Russia intervened to prop up the Assad regime ... He has even reached out to Bashar al-Assad in Syria.
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The Iraq Report: Social and geopolitical deep waters

The New Arab 17 Jan 2023
Iraq's development plans for Umm Qasr, which include cooperation with Italy, aim to turn the port into a major hub for trade and commerce, connecting Iraq to Turkey, Syria, and the Mediterranean. The development of the port would also allow for larger container ships to dock, bringing in greater profits.
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Iran Doubles The Price Of Its Oil Going To Syria

Oil Price 16 Jan 2023
Iran is doubling the price of its oil going to Syria to a market rate of over $70 per barrel and now ...
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No more promotion

Economist 16 Jan 2023
Besides Egypt, Turkey backed Brotherhood parties and other Islamist groups in Libya, Syria and Tunisia ... But that policy ran out of steam in Egypt when Mr Sisi took over, and in Syria two years later when Russia intervened to prop up the Assad regime ... He has even reached out to Bashar al-Assad in Syria.
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RAF stealth fighters scrambled to confront Russian bombers heading to UK warship

Metro UK 13 Jan 2023
In the clip, three Russian planes were spotted tearing towards the ship after being deployed from a nearby base in Syria, almost triggering a diplomatic incident ... During the build-up to the confrontation, it was thought a Russian frigate had been attempting to ‘block’ the aircraft carrier and stop the ship from launching her jets.
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MyHeritage shares new data on Jewish immigration to Israel during the 20th century

The Jerusalem Post 09 Jan 2023
This collection will only provide reference to Jews arriving in Israel via flight or ship, though does not entirely rule out Jews who came overland from Arab states like Syria, Lebanon, and Iraq, according to the National Library of Israel.
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Two migrants dead and 200 rescued after boat sinks off Lebanese coast

The National 01 Jan 2023
An AFP correspondent in the impoverished port city of Tripoli said men, women and children - mostly refugees from Syria but also about 50 Lebanese - were on board the vessel when it got into difficulty. "Three naval ships, accompanied by another from ...
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Will 2023 be the year Iran is held to account by int’l community? -analysis

The Jerusalem Post 31 Dec 2022
it openly trafficked weapons illegally to Yemen, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon; it used drones to attack commercial ships, it attacked Israel, Saudi Arabia and other countries; and it engaged in uranium enrichment ... Iran has attacked commercial ships ... This past year, it attacked another ship with a drone ... The US Navy has interdicted several of these ships.
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Two dead, 200 rescued in Lebanon migrant boat sinking: army

The New Arab 31 Dec 2022
An AFP correspondent in the impoverished port city of Tripoli said men, women and children -- mostly refugees from Syria but also about 50 Lebanese -- were on board the vessel when it got into difficulty ... The country also hosts more than a million refugees from Syria's civil war.

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