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Health authorities of Palestine said on Tuesday that 476 more patients have been diagnosed with coronavirus in the earlier 24 hours as one patient died of the infection.
The number of coronavirus deaths across the country reached 114, as two women died of the disease on Tuesday, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry said.
Rogen remark sparks outrage It began as a lighthearted conversation between two Jewish comedians, riffing on a podcast about the idiosyncrasies of their shared heritage. But after talk turned to Israel, it didn't take long for Marc Maron and Seth Rogen to spark an uproar. Their comments about Israel - especially Rogen saying the country "doesn't make sense" - infuriated many Israel supporters and highlighted the country's tenuous relationship with young, progressive Jewish critics in the diaspora. Israel has long benefited from financial and political support from American Jews. But in recent years the country has faced a groundswell of opposition from young progressives, disillusioned by Israel's aggressive West Bank settlement building, its perceived exclusion of liberal streams of Judaism and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's cozy relationship with President Donald Trump. "What Seth Rogen said is par for the course among our generation and the Israeli government has to wake up and see that their actions have consequences," said Yonah Lieberman, spokesman for If Not Now, an American Jewish organization opposed to Israel's entrenched occupation of the West Bank. Rogen's remarks follow a dramatic shift by an influential Jewish American commentator who recently endorsed the idea of a democratic entity of Jews and Palestinians living with equal rights on the land between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea. Peter Beinart's argument that a two-state solution - Israel and Palestine - is no longer possible sent shock waves through the Jewish establishment and Washington policy-making circles. Singer Domingo vows to clear name Placido Domingo returned to Europe to receive a lifetime achievement award after a bout with the...
Health authorities of Palestine said on Sunday that 277 more patients have been diagnosed with coronavirus in the earlier 24 hours as one patient died of the infection.
The Health Ministry of the country said in a press statement that a 77-year-old man die due to the coronavirus disease, which has increased the total number of coronavirus
On Thursday August 6 The Palestinian Finance Ministry confirmed a 30 million USD funding accord with World Bank for susceptible citizens influenced by the coronavirus pandemic.
The accord was signed in Ramallah at the Prime Ministry headquarters involving Shukri Bishara Finance Minister and World Bank Group's delegate in West Bank and Gaza Strip.
The Palestinian Minister of Health, Dr. Mai ElKaila announced on Thursday a rise in the rate of recovery from the Coronavirus, adding that 453 new cases were recorded in 9 districts, with 289 new cases of recovery and one death during the past 24 hours.
She added that the new cases were recorded in the governorates of Hebron 183,
Siniora Food Industries PLC, the leader in the region's meat manufacturing of cold cuts, frozen and canned meat and a listed company on the Amman Stock Exchange, announced its consolidated financial results for the first half of 2020. Siniora achieved net profits of JD 2.676 million (USD 3.770 million) in the first half of 2020, versus JD 2.775 million (USD 3.908 million) during the same period last year. Revenues amounted JD 33.359 million (USD 46.984 million) in the first half of 2020, a growth of 10% versus same period last year.
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The combined figure of patients who have been diagnosed with the COVID-19 in Palestine has amounted to 19,594, as 476 more cases were reported over the past 24 hours ending on Wednesday in the West Bank, the countrys Health Ministry revealed in a statement.
The death toll from the coronavirus climbed to 114, after two Palestinian women died on Tuesd
The combined figure of patients who have been diagnosed with the COVID-19 in Palestine has amounted to 19,118, as 467 more cases were reported over the past 24 hours ending on Tuesday in the West Bank, the country's Health Ministry revealed in a statement.
East Jerusalem confirmed three more fatalities related tot he deadly COVID-19, whereas other 6
The Palestinian health ministry on Saturday, August 8, confirmed 426 new coronavirus infections, taking the total cases in the Palestinian territories since March 5 to 18,374.
In its daily meeting, the ministry also declared six more death cases, carrying the fatalities from the COVID-19 to 103, while the infections of recovery have increased to 10,0
DUBAI: The UAE’s Minister of Health and Prevention announced a 30 percent rise in new COVID-19 cases among citizens on Thursday and warned of the dangers of gatherings that do not follow measures. The minister called for those in the UAE to exercise caution and care in order to curb the spread of the deadly virus. The official spokesman for the UAE Government, Omar Al-Hammadi,
When it comes to beating an incumbent member of Congress in a primary, many have tried and many have failed. But Jamaal Bowman is an exception. In his first campaign for office this year, the principal at a middle school in the Eastchester section of the Bronx knocked off veteran Rep. Eliot Engel. With a progressive platform and the backing of several left-wing groups, the
NEW PALESTINE — Decked out in a red and white face mask, New Palestine High School Principal Jim Voelz also had a large picture of himself draped around his neck, like a necklace, with the photo laying across his chest.The idea was to make sure students knew who their new principal was during the first
By all measures including those of Klingons, or any of the Star Trek characters, the Nemesis of Truth, Mayor Keith "Khan Noonien Singh" Pekau, seems to go where no insane politician has gone before. The needs of the few outweigh the needs of the many. Enjoy this political comic satire, the Political Pundit
On the first anniversary of the Indian crackdown on Kashmir, the repercussions for the Kashmiri people are dire. It is said that in time of war, the first casualty is truth. And while India has not declared war on Kashmir, it’s brutal repression of that country and its people has caused that ‘first casualty’ to More
The combined figure of patients who have been diagnosed with the COVID-19 in Palestine has amounted to 18,651, as 277 more cases were reported over the past 24 hours ending on Monday in the West Bank, the country's Health Ministry revealed in a statement.
Based on a confirmation made by the Health Minister Mai al-Kaila, a 77-year-old man has died as
Palestinian health ministry declared on Friday, August 7, 514 new coronavirus infections and three new fatalities, taking the count of cases in the Palestinian territories to 17,948 and the fatalities to 97.
Palestinian Health Minister Mai al-Kaila told a news meeting in Ramallah Since March 5, the ministry has recorded 17,948 infections, including
SHELBYVILLE — Tucker Schwier is handing a bag of sweet corn across the table, accepting payment from a horseman who plans to pair the ears of corn with some marinated turkey and chicken.The man comes near the tail end of a rush. About 15 minutes after setting up the tent, many of the 30 dozen
Beirut, August 4 (Petra) The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) said Tuesday that 89 coronavirus cases have been recorded among Palestinian refugees in Lebanon since the outbreak of the disease.
The agency said in a statement that 44 patients have recovered, while 45 are in isolation at home and do not have any sympt
(The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) Elizabeth Thompson, American University (THE CONVERSATION) The racism that is now the target of protest across the globe is rooted in the tragic choices of leaders seeking to roll back change a century ago. Nearly all historians now agree that at the end of World War I, the choice to return to an imperialist world order by the victorious Allied, or Entente, powers - France, Britain, Russia, Italy, Japan and the United States - was a historic error. It not only prepared the ground for the rise of fascism in Europe, but also sparked decades of political violence in Asia and Africa by people denied their rights and humanity. As World War I ended in November 1918, the Spanish Flu pandemic swept across the globe, killing more than 50 million people. Most vulnerable were soldiers living in crowded barracks and their families back home, where hunger weakened immunity. Like today, the effect of pandemic was aggravated by economic recession and unemployment. Worse, the people of the defeated German, Austro-Hungarian, Russian and Ottoman empires suffered chaos under political collapse. Amid these multiple crises, the Paris Peace Conference opened in January 1919. American President Woodrow Wilson personally traveled to Paris to ensure that the conference would make the world "safe for democracy." Wilson had promised a new era of peace and justice in his famous Fourteen Points statement of war aims, which included an end to secret treaties, the curtailment of colonial empires, the right of all people to choose their own government and a League of Nations to adjudicate international conflicts. In 1920, like 2020, race became the pivot of a historic turning...