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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Friday, August 18, 2017

Israel

Jordanian authorities have asked Israel to delay the return of diplomatic staff to the Hashemite Kingdom, the Israel Broadcast Corporation (Kan) reported Sunday.

Embassy staff were evacuated on July 24 after a Jordanian delivery man stabbed an embassy security guard, Ziv Moyal, with a screw driver. Moyal responded by shooting the attacker, 17-year-old Mohammed al-Juoda, who was killed in the exchange. Another Jordanian man was also killed.

The incident created a diplomatic storm between Jerusalem and Amman and aroused widespread fury in Jordan. Many Jordanians – including members of parliament – accused Moyal of “executing” al-Juoda and calling for Moyal to be tried in Jordan and executed. Jordanian authorities initially blocked Moyal –

Environmental Protection Minister Ze'ev Elkin backs Prime Minister Netanyahu, urging the public not to jump to conclusions

Minister of Environmental Protection Ze'ev Elkin (Likud) offered up a defense of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, urging the public to refrain from jumping to conclusions about the premier’s guilt in the multiple ongoing police investigations against him.

"Netanyahu cannot present his version of things," Elkin told the Reshet Bet radio station." Everyone shows only the

A recent survey of students at Ben-Gurion University, the world-class research institution in Israel’s Negev desert, revealed that less than 10 percent of students expect to remain in the area after graduation, citing the dearth of employment options. Israel has made great strides in developing the Negev over the past decade, but the shortage of viable employment options remains a significant barrier to economic advancement. 

The Lauder Employment Center, which opened its doors in 2015

Faina Kirshenbaum, a former deputy Interior Minister and MK for the Yisrael Beytenu party was indicted on charges of bribery, breach of trust, money laundering and tax offenses by the Tel Aviv Magistrates Court on Tuesday. Kirshenbaum, the party’s former secretary general, was charged along with nine other people in the case for allegedly taking kickbacks in exchange for funding for NGOs.

Among others charged Tuesday were the former director general of the Ministry of Agriculture Rami Cohen

Neda Amin, the Iranian journalist who was granted political asylum in Israel yesterday, was arrested in Turkey and is expected to be handed over to Iranian authorities, the Arabic-language news website al-Masdar reported Monday.

The foreign ministry in Jerusalem confirmed that Amin did not board her scheduled flight Monday from Istanbul to Tel Aviv, but declined to confirm that she was arrested. Spokespeople for the foreign ministry said Monday morning they were looking into the reports but