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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Israel

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu thanked his Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orban for standing up for Israel in international forums as he became the first Israeli prime minister to visit the country since the fall of communism.

“I want to thank you, prime minister, for standing up for Israel in international forums. You’ve done that time and again. We appreciate this stance, not only because it’s standing with Israel, but it’s also standing with the truth, Netanyahu said.

Referring to a statement by Emmanuel Macron during his visit to the French president in Paris earlier this week that anti-Zionism is just a form of anti-Semitism that aims to delegitimize the one and only Jewish state, Netanyahu said that Hungary was “at the forefront

Spokespeople for the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, Committee Chairman Avi Dichter, the Ministry of Defense, the German embassy in Tel Aviv and German shipbuilder ThyssenKrupp all refused to confirm, deny or comment on media reports Tuesday that a $1.5 billion deal for the Defense Ministry to purchase three Dolphin-class submarines for the Israel Navy has been frozen.

However, one spokesman, representing a senior minister in the Israeli government, said “on background” that the

R.E.M. lead vocalist Michael Stipe uploaded a post on Instagram Monday supporting Radiohead’s choice to perform in Israel this later this week.

Stipe posted a photo with the message, “I stand with Radiohead and their decision to perform. Let’s hope a dialogue continues, helping to bring the occupation to an end and lead to a peaceful solution. Sincerely, Michael Stipe.”

Although the post does not mention Israel by name, Radiohead will perform on July 19 at Tel Aviv’s Park Hayarkon. This is

Palestinians clashed with police for a second night in a row in east Jerusalem Tuesday as a standoff over metal detectors placed at the entrances to the Temple Mount compound continued and tensions mounted ahead of a ‘Day of Rage’ called by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah party.

A police spokesman said that following the Muslim evening prayer, which was held outside the Temple Mount compound as worshippers refused to pass through metal detectors to reach the Al-Aqsa

Elor Azaria, the IDF soldier sentenced to an 18-month prison sentence for shooting an incapacitated Palestinian terrorist, is to be released to house arrest, a military court ruled Monday.

Azaria will be allowed to leave his parents home in Ramle only to attend synagogue prayers and accompanied by his parents.

The hearing was held ahead of Azaria’s discharge from the IDF after completing his compulsory army service this coming Thursday. A military court is also due to hear Azaria’s appeal