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The news about the UAV blast comes just two days after Hezbollah claimed it had destroyed an unmanned aerial vehicle belonging to the Israeli armed forces near the settlement of Blida.
Last week, the White House confirmed that it had temporarily frozen some arms sales abroad, with Bloomberg reporting that the freeze included F-35s destined for the United Arab Emirates. The Trump administration used the fifth-gen fighter jets a lucrative ‘carrot’ to get Abu Dhabi to sign a normalization of relations deal with Tel Aviv last…
It’s highly unlikely that Israeli Arabs have forgotten the prime minister’s fiery 2015 speech in which he blamed them for pouring into polling stations to oust the PM, and one Israeli Arab journalist says Netanyahu’s sweet overtures now will not help him win over their trust.
Earlier in the day, the United States Central Command (CENTCOM) announced that B-52 bomber aircraft had conducted a second “presence patrol” in the Middle East, calling it a “key part of CENTCOM’s defensive posture”.
TEHRAN (Sputnik) – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Monday said that proponents of hard-line policies against Iran intend to undermine the atmosphere that has been created to lift sanctions from the country.
The report comes amid speculation that the Trump administration will try to reinforce its policies in the region during what is presumed to be the last days of Trump in office before the next president swears upon the Bible.
On Friday, Fakhrizadeh, an Iranian nuclear physicist and the head of the Iranian Defense Ministry’s innovation center, was killed in a gunmen attack in the town of Absard in the Tehran region, which caused outrage and condemnation in the middle east.
The acquisition of the Russian air defence systems by Turkey met with severe opposition from Washington, which threatened to impose sanctions on Ankara. This, however, did not stop Turkey from buying them and reportedly testing their functionality recently.