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US Fleet and Israeli Naval Vessel Cruise Through Suez Canal

The Israeli navy declined to comment on the report. However, it is known that Israeli warships have only recently returned to using the canal after unilaterally avoiding it due to fears of a terror attack on their ships. Joining a US flotilla would certainly be a safer option for them. Egyptian opposition figures have been

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Israel Plans to Relax Gaza Blockade

The announcement comes two-and-a-half weeks after the Mavi Marmara flotilla incident in which Israeli soldiers acting in self-defense resulted in the deaths of nine activists.    Regarding the new plans for easing the blockade, the press release said the “Cabinet will decide in the coming days on additional steps to implement this policy.” Despite the

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Ex-Spain PM: If Israel Goes Down, We All Go Down

“In an ideal world, the assault by Israeli commandos on the Mavi Marmara would not have ended up with nine dead and a score wounded. In an ideal world, the soldiers would have been peacefully welcomed on to the ship.” Aznar also criticizes Turkey, to which the Marmara belonged, for placing Israel “in an impossible

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UN Human Rights Council Condemns Iran for 2009 Clampdown on Protestors

The United States joined the Human Rights Council for the first time last year. “US leadership at the Human Rights Council matters. Without US engagement here, we leave a vacuum of leadership which will get filled by the priorities of others,” she said. Pakistan, speaking for the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC), as well

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Lebanese Flotilla Organizers Found to Have Hizbullah Ties

“In the name of the Palestinian people…we stress that we are taking the path of resistance. Their campaigns will do no good, and history and geography will not lie. We ask Allah to extend your life and the lives of all who support Palestine and the noble resistance.” Kashlak, 39, heads the Palestinian Businessmen Association

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Israel Sets Tourism Record for Sixth Straight Month

“We’re very excited, it looks like 2010 is going to be a record year,” said Shani. “Obviously it’s doing good for the Israeli economy, for employment in Israel, all over the country—in the south, in the north, in the center. We are very excited and we are very glad that people from all over the

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Assad: No chance for peace after flotilla raid

He said the flotilla raid, which left nine Turkish activists killed, had “destroyed any chance for peace in the near future, mainly because it proved that this government is another pyromaniac government, and you cannot achieve peace with such a government.”    Israel and United States and Britain have accused Syria of arming Hizbullah with

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“Lifting the naval blockade on Gaza would constitute a very dangerous development for Israel,” Shin

“Even if vessels headed for Gaza will be inspected by foreign security personnel, this (lifting blockade) will be a major security breach,” said the Shin Bet chief. “First of all, there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza. Secondly, I have no problem with easing the restrictions on the shipment of goods from Israel to Gaza.

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Lebanon Acting under Growing Syrian Influence

Furthermore, Samir Geagea, a key member of Lebanon’s fragile coalition, has just quit over the government’s refusal to discuss the disarmament of Hizbullah, an increasingly strong partner in the coalition and whose militia is considered more powerful than the Lebanon army. Unable to govern itself and under the tightening bear hug of Syria, Lebanon’s government

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Iranian Flotilla Departs for Gaza

However, the Israeli government has announced that it is easing the blockade and will allow more types of goods into the coastal strip via Israeli checkpoints.

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