The White House hopes, this trip will shift focus away from domestic controversies and on to Trump’s foreign policy agenda.
Soldiers are training in Central Israel in underground combat using headsets made by Oculus, a VR headsets owned by Facebook and Vive, owned by HTC.
The measure was to enable the strip’s fishermen to maximise catches during the crucial summer fishing season, COGAT said.
The dispute threatens to widen a rift between Israel and Germany over the Palestinian issue.
“He’s the guy who was behind the JCC threats,” police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said, referring to the scores of anonymous threats phoned in to Jewish community centers in the U.S. over the past two months
The meeting with U.N. chief Antonio Guterres “was not a pleasant experience for all of us,” said Palestinian Ambassador Riyad Mansour
As the world moves toward an era of self-driving cars, Israel is positioning itself to be the Detroit of the future.
“While we don’t believe the existence of settlements is an impediment to peace, the construction of new settlements or the expansion of existing settlements beyond their current borders may not be helpful in achieving that goal.,” the White House said.
Netanyahu did not apologise, saying he did not comment on US-Mexico relations in the original tweet.
Stressing that there is no alternative to a two-State solution, Barack Obama said that he has said this to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The Arrow 3, together with the Arrow 2, which has been operational since 2000, would “significantly reduce the possibilities of ballistic missiles” hitting Israel, the ministry said in a statement.
Israel has settled some 600,000 of its citizens in the West Bank and east Jerusalem – occupied territories claimed by the Palestinians for a future independent state.
Israeli defence officials have voiced concern over Hezbollah’s experience in the Syrian civil war.
The bill was passed in its first reading and requires two more before becoming law, said a statement from Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked, one of its sponsors.
Cards from Israel’s two biggest providers, Cellcom and Partner, can be found for sale under the counter in kiosks and shops in parts of Gaza, where they are brought in by businessman and traders returning from trips to Israel.