PM slams opposition leaders for ‘encouraging anarchy’

By  Ariel Kahana, Israel Hayom— Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lambasted Opposition leaders, accusing them of “leading to anarchy” due to numerous calls to ignore government directives in the battle against the coronavirus pandemic. The comments came in response to comments by Yisrael Beytenu Chairman Avigdor Lieberman, who called on the public to rebel against the government’s…

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to Push for Deepening Ties Between Israel and Sudan During Mideast Trip

By Algemeiner Staff— The Secretary of State of the United States, Mike Pompeo, is traveling to the Middle East and Africa starting Sunday, and will meet with Sudanese leaders in order to push for closer relations between Sudan and Israel. The State Department issued a statement saying that Pompeo will travel to Israel, Sudan, Bahrain,…

Israel prepares for ‘inevitable’ nationwide curfew as coronavirus cases grow

By Paul Shindman, World Israel News— Internal Security Minister Gilad Erdan warned Wednesday that he had instructed the heads of Israel’s emergency services to prepare for an “inevitable” nationwide curfew in the coming days as the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus began to soar. “I have instructed the internal security bodies, first and foremost…

Mudar Zahran affirms that Trump’s peace plan “will be successful”

By Leandro Fleischer, Ynet Espanol (translated by IsraPundit)— Mudar Zahrán (45) is a Jordanian-Palestinian writer who leads the Jordanian Opposition Coalition group. The persecutions he has suffered due to his strong criticism of King Abdullah II led him to exile in Britain. This Arab intellectual is also a firm detractor of the Palestinian leadership. In…