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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Saturday, August 19, 2017


Communications Minister Ayoub Kara has officially made a request to revoke the credentials of Al Jazeera journalists in Israel and close the network’s offices in Jerusalem.

Kara made the announcement at a press conference at his office in Jerusalem on Sunday afternoon. Al Jazeera said it was barred from attending the press conference.

Kara said that he would revoke credentials applied to the network’s journalists for both its Arabic and English channels and would block the network’s satellite transmission into  Israel.

Kara said that he also planned to pass legislation that would enable the government to shut down news networks broadcasting material deemed to constitute incitement to harm citizens of Israel.

Kara said that while he saw

‘I'll forever be grateful to the State of Israel for sending a great gifted team of medical professionals to Fiji. You saved my little girl's life.’

A team of three Australian ENT (ear-nose-throat) specialists and a nurse arrived in Fiji last week to provide free health screenings and surgeries for dozens of children at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital in Suva.

The humanitarian medical mission was arranged by the Israel Foreign Ministry’s MASHAV Agency for International Development

Made in Israel and launched in French Guyana, Venus will enable unprecedented imaging of the health of the Earth’s environment.

Israel’s first satellite to study the environment was launched shortly before dawn yesterday (August 2) from the European Space Center at Kourou, French Guiana.

An hour and a half later, the satellite Venus (short for Vegetation and Environment Monitoring on a New Micro Satellite) successfully separated from the launcher and entered its orbit. At 10:30, the

Netafim, the world’s largest irrigation company, has been purchased by Mexican petrochemical firm Mexichem. Founder, Kibbutz Hatzerim will retain remaining 20% stake

Israel’s pioneering drip- and micro-irrigation company, Netafim, announced today that Mexican petrochemical firm Mexichem will acquire an 80 percent stake — all the shares of Netafim held by the Permira Fund and Kibbutz Magal and a portion of those held by Kibbutz Hatzerim – in a deal worth $1.516 billion.

Kibbutz Hatzerim

Jordanian authorities continued to stoke flames of anger in the country by publishing the name and photograph of an Israeli security guard accused of killing a Jordanian national at the Israeli embassy on July 23.

El-Ghaad, a Jordanian newspaper named Ziv Moyal as the Israeli security guard involved in the incident that Israeli sources say was a terror attack and Jordanians say was a premeditated murder.

Israeli sources say that Moyal shot 17-year-old Mohammed Jawawdeh when the latter tried