Wednesday, June 08, 2016


After 'historic' Russia visit, Netanyahu says US remains top ally  Stressing warm ties with Moscow, PM says there's 'no alternative' to Washington's friendship, but says Jerusalem seeking other 'partnerships' as well. 

Putin supports Israel-Turkey reconciliation  Despite tensions between his country and Turkey, Russian President tells Netanyahu he supports reconciliation between Israel and Turkey. 

Undivided: Jerusalem by the numbers  Op-ed: Forget the cliche's. A quick look at the numbers clearly shows that East and West Jerusalem cannot be split from each other. 

Netanyahu vows: 'Syria won't be a launchpad against Israel'  Talking to Moscow's Jewish leaders, PM admits Israeli activity in Syria, says he talked with Putin about new regional 'arrangement.' 

In Russian media blitz, PM warns Israel won't let Iran open Golan front  Ahead of Putin meeting, Netanyahu says Tehran cannot be allowed to use Hezbollah as a proxy to attack Jewish state. 

Istanbul bombing another sign Syria, Iraq war spreading to Turkey  Former Turkish lawmaker tells Post the perpetrators seem to have employed a dual strategy: attacking security forces while also damaging Turkey's tourism sector. 

Bangladeshi minister has new theory for Islamist terror: Israel  Israeli intelligence, Khan claimed, has been colluding with the Bangladeshi opposition to carry out a recent wave of killings. 

Church of the Holy Sepulchre to be renovated after 200 years  Due to public safety concerns, heads of the different Christian sects in Jerusalem have come to a rare, joint decision to move forward with the renovation; the project is due to cost $3 million and take eight months to a year. 

Netanyahu Cuts Red Ribbon at Israeli Technology Exhibit in Moscow  Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Tuesday, marking the 25th anniversary of resumed diplomatic relations between the two countries. 

REPORT: Migrants Burn Down Asylum Centre After Not Receiving Ramadan Wake Up Call  A massive fire at Dusseldorf's major international trade fair grounds yesterday has been followed by reports that the blaze was set deliberately by migrants who were angry because of Ramadan.