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presstv-israel seeking direct flights to saudi arabia

Israeli Communications Minister Ayoob Kara says Tel Aviv is seeking direct flights to Saudi Arabia for the Hajj pilgrimage as the two sides move closer to forge a model of relations.In an interview with Bloomberg earlier this week, Kara expressed hope that Israeli Muslims would be able to fly directly from Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion airport to Saudi Arabia, instead of enduring the 1,000-mile bus route across the Jordan River and through the Saudi desert to reach the holy city of Mecca.“Reality has changed,” Kara said. “This is a good time to make the request, and I’m working hard on it.”Kara also said that he had spoken to government officials in Saudi Arabia, Jordan and other countries about the Hajj plan, adding that they were “ready to do it, but it’s very sensitive and it’s still a matter o

presstv-'us, israel, saudi using terror to balkanize mideast'

Catherine Shakdam, the director of Shafaqna Institute for Middle Eastern Studies, believes relations between terrorist groups and the tripartite of the United States, the Israeli regime and Saudi Arabia show they are resorting to terrorism to push forward their agenda in the region.Israel actually has never made it secret that it has opened its borders to Daesh Takfiri terrorists, allowing for radicals to enter Israel for medical care, Shakdam told Press TV on Tuesday.“What they (Israelis and Saudis) are trying is to balkanize the Middle East ... so that Israel’s borders be secured and that Israel would not have to face a grand resistance movement. Of course it is not going to work but this is an attempt Israel has been doing by hiding behind the US by hiding behind Saudi Arabia,” she said

presstv-‘israel in league with isil, saudi arabia’

Israel has been conspiring with the Daesh (ISIL) terrorist group and Saudi Arabia to spread extremism in the Middle East and destabilize the region, a former US Senate candidate says.“Israel is in league with ISIS (ISIL), Israel is in league with Saudi Arabia, Israel is in league in what has been up to this point the full alliance between Saudi Arabia and the entirety of the [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council states and Turkey in regards to supporting sunni Wahhabi extremists,” said Mark Dankof, who is also a broadcaster and pastor in San Antonio, Texas. “[The] Saudi and all of its regional allies have been full players in supporting terrorism in the region, up to and including the Israelis, who are fully involved with the Saudis in this effort,” Dankof told Press TV on Tuesday.US Presiden

presstv-‘uae begins flights to yemen’s socotra island’

An Emirati airline has launched flights between Abu Dhabi and Yemen’s Socotra Island, which is reported to have been leased to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) by the ex-administration in Sana’a.Ramzy Mahrous, the deputy governor of Socotra, told al-Araby al-Jadid newspaper that Rotana Jet will start direct flights to the Yemeni Archipelago.According to the daily, the airline announced the start of the flights from this month, offering two flights per week on Saturdays and Wednesdays.The news comes amid unconfirmed reports that the government of Yemen’s former president, Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, had leased the islands of Socotra and Abd al-Kuri to the UAE for several decades before resigning and fleeing the country to Riyadh in 2014.According to the report, the UAE has directly supervised wha

presstv-‘blacklist saudi, israel as child killers’

A global network aimed at defending children during armed conflicts has called on UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres to blacklist Saudi Arabia and Israel as grave violators of children's rights.The Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict made the call in its 2017 report released on Wednesday, in which it reminded that Saudi Arabia was removed from last year’s list by former Secretary General Ban Ki-moon after the Riyadh threatened to halt funding several UN programs.Read More:Saudi Arabia has been incessantly attacking Yemen since March 2015 in a bid to bring the former government back to power and undermine the Houthi Ansarullah movement. “In 2015, the Saudi Arabia-led coalition forces carried out numerous incidents of killing and maiming of children and attacks against schools and ho

presstv-'attempts to fall iraq apart have failed'

Saudi Arabia, Persian Gulf Arab monarchies, Israel and factions within the United States and NATO have been behind the rise of Daesh Takfiri terrorists in Iraq, says an expert.“We’ve seen the attempts to take Iraq apart failed,” but it seems that the West is not ready to let Syria be free of terrorism yet, Gordon Duff told Press TV on Tuesday.The Daesh experiment in Iraq has showed “the idea that the Western intelligence agencies combined with Saudi Arabia and Israel could build a terror organization that could be powerful” in pushing forward the alliance’s policies has failed, the senior editor of the Veterans Today said.

presstv-‘wahhabism root cause of uk terror attack’

Rodney Shakespeare, a professor of binary economics, believes that the terrorist attack in Manchester should be attributed to the Wahhabism belief system which has its roots in Saudi Arabia, adding that the United States, Britain and Israel are involved in the propagation of this ideology around the world. “We have to reverse British foreign policy in a very specific way which means the ending of the regime in Saudi Arabia because that regime and Wahhabism are linked inextricably … or we live in fear for the rest of our lives,” Shakespeare told PressTV in an interview on Monday.

presstv-trump to visit saudi arabia, israel

The White House has announced US President Donald Trump’s travel plans to Saudi Arabia, followed by Israel and the Vatican this month with the aim to “combat extremism, terrorism and violence.” Trump will take his first foreign trip late May, Press Secretary Sean Spicer said in a statement issued on Thursday.The trip "will begin to construct a new foundation of cooperation and support with our Muslim allies to combat extremism, terrorism and violence and to embrace a more just and hopeful future for young Muslims in their countries," said Trump in his remarks in the White House Rose Garden."Our task is not to dictate to other how to live, but to build a coalition of friends and partners who share the goal of fighting terrorism," he added.The visit to Saudi Arabia, he said, will include a “

presstv-trump to visit saudi arabia, israel

The White House has announced US President Donald Trump’s travel plans to Saudi Arabia, followed by Israel and the Vatican in May with the aim to “combat extremism, terrorism and violence.” Trump will take his first foreign trip late May, Press Secretary Sean Spicer said in a statement issued on Thursday.The trip "will begin to construct a new foundation of cooperation and support with our Muslim allies to combat extremism, terrorism and violence and to embrace a more just and hopeful future for young Muslims in their countries," said Trump in his remarks in the White House Rose Garden."Our task is not to dictate to other how to live, but to build a coalition of friends and partners who share the goal of fighting terrorism," he added.The visit to Saudi Arabia, he said, will include a “trul

presstv-saudi, israel to open economic ties: report

Saudi Arabia and the Israeli regime are in clandestine talks to establish official economic relations for the first time since the entity was created on the Palestinian territories some 69 years ago, a report says.The Times, citing unnamed Arab and American sources, said in a report on Saturday that forming economic connections between to two, which would be gradual and step by step, could begin by allowing Israeli companies to open shops in the Arab kingdom, or granting El Al Israel Airlines Ltd. permission to fly over Saudi airspace."However, any such progress would bolster the alliance between Iran’s two most implacable enemies and change the dynamics of the many conflicts destabilizing the Middle East," the report speculated.So far Saudi officials have had some open meetings with senio

presstv-'riyadh, backers responsible for yemen plight'

Massoud Shadjareh, the head of the Islamic Human Rights Commission, says Saudi Arabia and its Western backers are “equally responsible” for the dire humanitarian situation in Yemen.  “Undoubtedly this cholera and indeed the suffering and the disease and the malnourishments and all the atrocities which are being committed in Yemen would not have happened if it wasn’t because of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia has been the forefront of this and indeed those who are helping Saudi Arabia like the West, Britain and the United States in particular, are equally responsible,” Shadjareh told Press TV in an interview on Sunday.

presstv-israel ties peace with palestinians to full arab deal

Israel’s minister of military affairs has called for a deal with Arab countries, including Saudi Arabia, as a prerequisite for any agreement to resolve the decades-long conflict with the Palestinians.In a speech at the annual Herzilya security conference near Tel Aviv on Thursday, Avigdor Lieberman underlined the need for "a full regional agreement” with what he called “all moderate Sunni states, including Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.”“The agreement with the Palestinians is a byproduct” of the accord with the Arab countries, Lieberman said."The only light at the end of the tunnel is a complete regional agreement. Full diplomatic and economic relations. Not under the table, but on the table,” he added.The Israeli minister further highlighted the profit of the deal for Tel Aviv, saying, “This wo

presstv-pakistan plans to help passengers in qatar

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is in talks to bring back Pakistani passengers of Qatar Airlines stranded in Doha after Saudi Arabia and four other Arab countries cut off ties with Qatar, an official said on Tuesday.The Pakistani passengers were supposed to fly to Saudi Arabia via Doha to perform Umrah, a religious ritual, at Mecca.“There are two options for PIA. Either take them from Doha to Jeddah, and for that we will be needing Saudi government permission. Or the second is to bring them back to Pakistan and take them to Saudi Arabia,” Mashhood Tajwar, spokesman for the national carrier, told Reuters.Saudi Arabia is leading a clampdown on Qatar, accusing the tiny emirate of supporting extremists.Air travel across the Persian Gulf and beyond faces major disruption following Monday’

presstv-debate: saudi-qatar political row

The political row between Saudi Arabia and Qatar keeps deepening following the recent cutting of ties between the two Persian Gulf statesIn this edition of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Michael Springmann, a former US diplomat in Saudi Arabia, and Michael Lane, the founder of the American Institute for Foreign Policy, both from Washington, to discuss the recent sanctions by Saudi Arabia and its allies against Qatar after accusing Doha of supporting terror organizations.

qatar flight ban begins, first efforts seen to resolve crisis

A ban on Qatari flights imposed by Saudi Arabia and its allies took effect on Tuesday as first efforts were made to resolve the biggest feud to hit the Arab world in years. Saudi Arabia and allies including Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain cut diplomatic ties and transport links with Qatar on Monday, accusing the Gulf state of supporting extremism.Gas-rich Qatar has long had strained ties with its neighbours but the move by Riyadh and its supporters shocked observers, raising fears the crisis could destabilise an already volatile region.The Gulf states and Egypt banned all flights to and from Qatar and ordered Qatari citizens to leave within 14 days.Countries including Saudi Arabia also banned Qatari flights from their airspace and Riyadh closed its land border with Qatar, spark

qatar flight ban begins, first efforts seen to resolve crisis

A ban on Qatari flights imposed by Saudi Arabia and its allies took effect on Tuesday as first efforts were made to resolve the biggest feud to hit the Arab world in years. Saudi Arabia and allies including Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain cut diplomatic ties and transport links with Qatar on Monday, accusing the Gulf state of supporting extremism.Gas-rich Qatar has long had strained ties with its neighbours but the move by Riyadh and its supporters shocked observers, raising fears the crisis could destabilise an already volatile region.The Gulf states and Egypt banned all flights to and from Qatar and ordered Qatari citizens to leave within 14 days.Countries including Saudi Arabia also banned Qatari flights from their airspace and Riyadh closed its land border with Qatar, spark

qatar flight ban begins, first efforts seen to resolve crisis

A ban on Qatari flights imposed by Saudi Arabia and its allies took effect on Tuesday as first efforts were made to resolve the biggest feud to hit the Arab world in years. Saudi Arabia and allies including Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain cut diplomatic ties and transport links with Qatar on Monday, accusing the Gulf state of supporting extremism.Gas-rich Qatar has long had strained ties with its neighbours but the move by Riyadh and its supporters shocked observers, raising fears the crisis could destabilise an already volatile region.The Gulf states and Egypt banned all flights to and from Qatar and ordered Qatari citizens to leave within 14 days.Countries including Saudi Arabia also banned Qatari flights from their airspace and Riyadh closed its land border with Qatar, spark

qatar flight ban begins, first efforts seen to resolve crisis

A ban on Qatari flights imposed by Saudi Arabia and its allies took effect on Tuesday as first efforts were made to resolve the biggest feud to hit the Arab world in years. Saudi Arabia and allies including Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain cut diplomatic ties and transport links with Qatar on Monday, accusing the Gulf state of supporting extremism.Gas-rich Qatar has long had strained ties with its neighbours but the move by Riyadh and its supporters shocked observers, raising fears the crisis could destabilise an already volatile region.The Gulf states and Egypt banned all flights to and from Qatar and ordered Qatari citizens to leave within 14 days.Countries including Saudi Arabia also banned Qatari flights from their airspace and Riyadh closed its land border with Qatar, spark

presstv-‘saudi arabia unable to fight powerful states’

Saudi Arabia, which is not capable of attacking countries able to fight back, is committing war crimes in the impoverished Yemen, says former US diplomat in Saudi Arabia Michael Springmann.“The Saudis apparently cannot conduct a modern war and they can’t conduct a war against someone that is able to fight back,” he told Press TV on Saturday.On Friday, Saudi warplanes carried out air raids on a market in the western Yemeni province of Hudaydah, killing at least 26 people and injuring 10 others.Read More: “The Americans are more deeply involved than ever because the Saudis apparently can’t either fight Yemen,” the former diplomat noted.“They (the Saudis and their allies) are targeting one of the poorest countries in the world and using cluster bombs on them in Sana’a province,” said.“Cluster

presstv-debate: persian gulf tensions

Debate: Persian Gulf tensions In this episode of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Michael Springmann, a former US diplomat in Saudi Arabia from Washington, and Richard William Murphy, a former US ambassador to Saudi Arabia from New York, to discuss the recent tensions between Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

presstv-iran says not seeking tensions with saudi arabia

Iran says it does not seek tensions with Saudi Arabia, even though it characterizes Riyadh's involvement in conflicts in Yemen, Syria, Iraq and elsewhere a "strategic mistake".Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi on Monday called on Saudi rulers to abandon their "bad behavior" and instead answer Iran's call for dialog and interaction."Our response to the bad behavior and improper remarks of Saudi authorities is that we do not want tensions," Qassemi told reporters during his weekly news briefing, adding Tehran is ready for dialog with Riyadh. "However, dialog and understanding does not mean an endorsement of all the things governments and countries do. Either at the regional level or on the issue of Yemen and Iran, Saudi Arabia is involved in strategic mistakes."Qassemi said Iran is h

presstv-all saudi actions serve israel interests: larijani

Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani has slammed Saudi Arabia for working covertly with Israel, saying all Riyadh’s actions in the region serve the Tel Aviv regime’s interests and are to the detriment of Muslim nations.Larijani made the remarks in a meeting with ambassadors of Muslim countries to Tehran on Monday.“We have tried hard to make the Saudis understand that their measures are to the detriment of the Muslim Ummah, but they only make harsher remarks every day and engage Muslim countries,” he said.Larijani further pointed to Saudi Arabia’s “very unpleasant” polices in dealing with regional countries, saying the Saudis exert force in Syria, attack Yemen to make it their own backyard, fuel tensions in Bahrain, and have now targeted Qatar.“Eventually, all Saudi moves are in favor of

presstv-'uae envoy, pro-israel body working against iran'

A number of emails belonging to the ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to the United States have revealed that Yousef Al-Otaiba has been collaborating with a pro-Israel think tank against Iran, a report says.The Intercept published a report on Saturday, suggesting that the emails, sent by hackers to several US media outlets this week, were clearly indicative of close relations between the UAE and the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD), a pro-Israel, neoconservative think tank also known for its influence on the administration of US President Donald Trump.The emails, the authenticity of which has been confirmed by major news outlets, were first leaked by hackers who referred to themselves as GlobalLeaks. They show that the UAE envoy has established a growing correspondence with

presstv-'us not prone to blind support for saudi'

Scott Bennett, a former US army psychological warfare officer from San Francisco, says, “The United States is not prone to blind support for Saudi Arabia,” so the kingdom will be “isolated” if it steps up its provocative actions against Qatar.Saudi Arabia has totally miscalculated in its way of conduct toward Qatar and the Saudi-inspired “arrogance” against other countries, including Yemen, Syria and elsewhere, Bennett told Press TV on Wednesday. The arrogance will end up in the “ultimate fall” of the Saudi regime, he said.He added that the world would not tolerate the Saudi campaign against Qatar.

presstv-saudi war pushes only hospital in sa’adah to collapse

Mohammed Al-AttabPress TV, Sada'ahSaudi Arabia's war on Yemen has destroyed the nation’s infrastructure and healthcare sector. Sa’adah province which borders Saudi Arabia is one of the areas hit hard by Saudi bombardments. Our correspondent Mohamed al-Attab has visited the only running hospital in Sa’adah and filed this report. 

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