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Meretz chief Nitzan Horowitz is slated to meet today with Labor party leader MK Amir Peretz and, separately, with Israel Democratic Party head Ehud Barak.
The meetings come amid swirling rumors about a union, especially between Meretz and Labor, but a Meretz officials tells reporters today: “There is no movement yet on uniting with Labor. He knows the polls and he has to make a decision.” According to the Maariv website, a Meretz source says the party is eager to unite and avoid the risk of falling below the 3.25% electoral threshold.
China calls the Iran nuclear deal “irreplaceable” and the sole way to resolve the concerns over Tehran’s nuclear program.
Foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang says that “the complete and effective implementation of the agreement is the only viable and effective way to settle the Iranian nuclear issue and ease tensions.” He says that Iran’s commitment to the agreement should be dealt with by the joint commission that oversees it.
The new fence is much heavier and taller than the fence it is replacing, and so will be more difficult to cross, the IDF says.
The heads of various left-wing parties are in a whirlwind of meetings in a bid to cobble together a left-wing bloc ahead of the September 17 elections.
Krekar founded the now-defunct Ansar al-Islam insurgent group of Sunni Kurds that reportedly merged with the Islamic State group in 2014.
Board of Deputies President Marie van der Zyl says in a statement: “These are appalling and unjustifiable comments.
Whatever one’s political disagreements, telling people to ‘go back home to where they came from’ can never be the right response.
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says his country will “certainly continue” to roll back on its commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal.
“You did not carry out a single one (of your commitments), why do you want us to stick to our commitments?