In direct appeals to American Jewish leaders, US President Barack Obama has warned that Israel would suffer if a nuclear deal with Iran was blocked, while 1a>Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged them to fight the deal1b>.
Air France has said it “deeply regrets” omitting Israel from an in-flight map.
The airline was responding to more than a dozen Twitter users who raised the issue after a photo of the map, which labels Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, but not Israel, was posted on social media.
The image was taken late last week by a customer on board an Air France flight.
Following the arson 1a>attack on Palestinian homes in Douma on Friday1b>, IDF forces transferred the Palestinian victims from a hospital in Nablus to the Sheba Medical Center Hospital in Tel Hashomer for medical treatment.
A cross-communal group of 30 rabbis have written to Israel’s outgoing ambassador to the UK Daniel Taub, asking him to “do what you can” to halt the demolition of Palestinian homes in a West Bank village.
Activists opposing the 4a>nuclear deal between Iran and western powers4b> have delivered a letter outlining their objections to 10 Downing Street.
After a demonstration in Whitehall on Sunday attended by more than 30 supporters, pro-Israel grassroots group Campaign For Truth (C4T) handed over the message, which compared the agreement to appeasement of the Nazis.