By|Abeer Almadawy

    At a memorial ceremony for far-right Israeli tourism minister Rehavam Zeevi, on Tuesday The Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu  said Israel had "great sympathy" for Kurdish aspirations and that the world should concern itself with their well being.

Israel has been the only country to openly support Kurdish independence, with Netanyahu last month backing "the legitimate efforts of the Kurdish people to attain a state of its own.

During the ceremony of  Zeevi , Netanyahu added  that he went on a secret mission Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region in the 1960s and supervised the setting up of an Israeli army field hospital there. and The visit made a deep impression on him," Netanyahu's office quoted him as saying in Hebrew.

"He came face to face with warm expressions of support for Israel which continue to this day.The Kurds demonstrate national maturity and international maturity," said the Israeli leader.

"We have very great sympathy for their desires and the world needs to concern itself with their safety and with their future."


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By Abeer Almadawy

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and members of the government's mini-cabinet made a provocative visit to the Palestinian territories in the West Bank, where they visited the town of Hebron on Wednesday, to ensure the latest construction of the separation wall between the Palestinian and Israeli territories.
The visit is a continuation of the series of Israeli attacks on the West Bank, by establishing the settlement building on the Palestinian Territories and the attack on the Al-Aqsa mosque as well as the fallen of Israeli rockets on Gaza.

Hebrew sources said the cabin crew was inspecting outposts and working on the barrier

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By; Hue Gey 

Deputy Speaker of the Knesset, MK Nawa Boker, who belongs to the Israeli right-wing Likud party, called for discussing the legislation of a law guaranteeing the execution of Palestinians who prove their commitment to operations that claim the lives of innocent Israelis.
His deputy said in Hebrew newspapers that she didn'submitted the bill yet but she's about to do so soon .

and that it was time to execute the Palestinians who were killing Israelis.
Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister at the funeral of an Israeli family, killed three of its members, calling for the killing and execution of those who kill any Israeli
Where he said;
The time has come to impose the death penalty on terrorists. This was established by law "

"A consensus must be obtained from the judges, but they also want to know what the government's position on this matter is," Netanyahu said, adding that "this terrorist should not smile."

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