EU warns Israeli regime about new settlement plans. It’s no real warning, of course. The European Union (EU) said in a new statement that the decision of the Israeli regime to approve the construction of further settlement units in the occupied territories of Palestine was illegal and that the construction of about 1,200 settlement units in the still occupied Palestinian [Continue reading…]
Netanyahu doesn’t want a one- or two-state solution for Palestine. According to the statements of Hamid Golpira, the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and several other Israeli officials are neither interested in a two-state solution nor a one-state solution for Palestine. The senior editor, reporter and columnist at the Tehran Times, Hamid Golpira, said in a recent interview with Press [Continue reading…]
Talks between Israel & Palestine foredoomed to fail: Iran’s envoy to Damascus. The Iranian ambassador in the Syrian capital Damascus said in a recent statement that the US-backed new negotiation rounds between the Israeli regime and the Palestinian Authority are doomed to failure and thus, the Iranian envoy to Damascus (of course) supports the recent statements of the outgoing Iranian [Continue reading…]
It’s naïve to think that Palestine issue can be resolved by talks. The outgoing President of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, said in a recent public statement that the question of Palestine is simultaneously the question of saving the humanity itself and that the so-called “Palestine issue” cannot be resolved by talks and dialogs. Thus, Ahmadinejad is convinced that a dialogue not [Continue reading…]
Israel again resumes the “talks” with the Palestinian administration. These persistent negotiations were discontinued in the past, also because of the Israeli raid on the “Gaza Flotilla” 2010 and due to the “observer status” of Palestine at the United Nations (UN) since 2012.
The Foreign Minister of Iran, Mr. Ali Akbar Salehi, warned in a recent statement that the ongoing crisis and conflict in Syria is able to engulf the entire region and, thus, the Syrian conflict is already threatening the security of some neighboring countries of Syria, while some of these neighboring countries like e.g. parts of Lebanon and Jordan are deeply [Continue reading…]
The Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said in a new statement about the topic Syria and the continued violent conflict in this country of the Middle East that foreign countries should immediately stop their involvement in the situation in Syria.