Israel’s UAE embassy issues first-ever passport to baby born in Gulf country Ambassador Hayek hails ‘exciting moment’; mother of newborn, who lives abroad with Belgian husband, says she insisted on getting son’s Israeli passport first

Israel’s Ambassador to the UAE with Mateo David and his new Israeli passport, November 17, 2022 (via Twitter).

Israel’s embassy in Abu Dhabi issued the first-ever Israeli passport to a citizen born in the United Arab Emirates on Thursday.

Hailing the “exciting moment,” Ambassador Amir Hayek personally handed the passport to the parents, who welcomed their son Mateo David in May this year.

The mother, Danielle, is married to a Belgian. “Because I am a Zionist, I said to my husband I want to get the Israeli passport and the Belgian one after,” she told the Ynet news site.

“Here in the United Arab Emirates, there is a great appreciation for Israel. I receive a lot of respect when I say I am Israeli. I’m proud to be here and to say it,” she added.

The daughter of Ilan Sztulman Starosta, who heads Israel’s first consulate in Dubai, was the first Israeli to be born in the UAE last year. At that time, Israeli passports could not be issued in the Gulf country.

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Azerbaijan to open embassy in Israel, the first Muslim Shi’ite country to do so Hailing move, PM Lapid touts the ‘depth of the relationship’ between the countries

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev speaks during a news conference at the Palace of Brigades in Tirana, Albania, Nov. 15, 2022 (AP Photo/Franc Zhurda)

The Azerbaijani parliament on Friday approved a proposal to open an embassy in Israel.

The historic decision will make Azerbaijan the first Shi’ite Muslim country to open an embassy in the Jewish state.

Prime Minister Yair Lapid welcomed the move, saying “Azerbaijan is an important partner of Israel and home to one of the largest Jewish communities in the Muslim world.

“The decision to open an embassy reflects the depth of the relationship between our countries. This move is the result of the Israeli government’s efforts to build strong diplomatic bridges with the Muslim world,” he said.

“The Azeri people… will now be represented for the first time in the State of Israel,” he added.

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New British PM has called Jerusalem Israel’s ‘historic capital,’ vowed to fight BDS

New UK Conservative party leader and incoming prime minister Rishi Sunak waves as he leaves the party’s headquarters in central London having been announced as the winner of the leadership contest, on October 24, 2022. (Justin Tallis/AFP)

Rishi Sunak, who will be the new British new prime minister after becoming Conservative party leader on Monday, is considered a strong supporter of Israel and a friend of the UK’s Jewish community.

At a Conservative Friends of Israel event in August, Sunak declared Jerusalem is “indisputably the historic capital” of Israel and that there was a “very strong case” for moving the UK embassy from its current location in Tel Aviv.

“It’s something I’d like to do,” he said.

 

But Sunak, a former Treasury chief, also acknowledged “sensitivities” over the issue.

“If it was that easy, it would have been done by now,” he said.

The incoming premier made those remarks during his failed leadership bid against Liz Truss, whose resignation as prime minister last week after a tumultuous six-week stint in office paved the way for Sunak’s elevation to leader, after his lone challenger for the post bowed out of the race on Monday.

Truss told Prime Minister Yair Lapid last month that she was reviewing the UK embassy’s potential relocation to Jerusalem, but did not end up acting on the matter during her record short term in office.

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The Israeli government is responsible for the injury and death of untold MILLIONS of people

According to Yaffa, the Zoom meeting depicted, which took place in early June, is when the research team submitted its reports to IMoH senior staff. The report looked specifically at the mRNA (messenger RNA) shot from Pfizer, the brand widely distributed across Israel.

That report included an analysis of other reports received between December 2021 and May 2022 in a new reporting system, similar to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) here in the United States, that was launched in December 2021.

“The findings revealed a range of long-term SEs (serious events), including ones not listed by Pfizer, and a high rate of rechallenge (recurrence of an SE after repeated doses), which as the team repeatedly stresses, establish causal relations with the vaccine,” Yaffa wrote.

The main findings of the report that was presented to the IMoH include:

• The identification and characterization of side effects not listed by Pfizer, including neurological damage (hypoesthesia, paresthesia, tinnitus, and dizziness), back pain, and digestive symptoms in children (i.e., abdominal pain)

• Most covid jab side effects are long term, lasting weeks, months, a year, or even more, with many patients still suffering to this very day. Such injuries include menstrual irregularities and neurological damage, musculoskeletal injuries, gastrointestinal problems, and kidney and urinary system damage

• The more jabs a person gets, the worse these side effects become

• Menstrual disorders are particularly prominent post-injection, with more than 90 percent of reports suggesting that these effects are long term. After three months post-injection, more than 60 percent of patients are still suffering

“Nevertheless, the IMOH withheld the findings for 2 months, even from their own expert committee which decided 3 weeks later to clear the vaccine for infants,” Yaffa writes about how this information was systematically ignored and buried by Israeli officials.

“Only on August 9, two months later, the IMoH decided to publish a formal report.”

The latest news about Israel’s covid jab coverup can be found at Corruption.news.

Sources for this article include:

TheGatewayPundit.com

NaturalNews.com

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LEAKED FOOTAGE: Israeli health minister plotted to manipulate covid vaccine expert report to avert litigation

An Israeli journalist and health researcher has blown the lid on the Holy Land’s cover-up with regards to covid “vaccinations.”

Israel’s Ministry of Health (IMoH), we now know, lied about the shots by covering up a slew of data showing their dangers and ineffectiveness.

Instead of immediately halting Operation Warp Speed, Israel covered up the data and proceeded to join the rest of the globalists in pushing the jabs on the people of the world.

Dr. Yaffa Shir-Raz is the one credited with exposing the coverup. She leaked a video to Twitter last month depicting pediatric specialist Prof. Mati Berkowitz, head of the Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology unit at Shamir Medical Center and head of the research team appointed by the Israeli Ministry of Health (IMoH) to investigate the safety of Fauci Flu shots, manipulating and lying about an expert report on adverse events.

Berkowitz’s study directly contradicts the IMoH’s claims that major side effects from covid injections are rare, brief, and / or transient. This is why he cautioned IMoH senior officials against sharing the findings publicly for fear that they might get sued.

“Here we will have to really think medical-legal,” Berkowitz said. “Why medical-legal? Because for quite a few adverse events we said, ‘okay, it exists, and there is a report, but still get vaccinated.’”

“I mean, we have to think about how to write it and how to present it correctly so this will not yield lawsuits later: ‘Wait, wait, wait, you said everything will pass and you can get vaccinated. And now look what happened to me. The phenomenon continues.’”

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Israel government’s gift to Biden: The Palestinian State

As part of a package of “good will gestures” Israel is planning to make to the Palestinian Authority in advance of Joe Biden’s state visit, the Israeli government announced that it will approve 6 masterplans for Palestinian settlements in Judea and Samaria.

The package will include approval of hundreds of existing illegal structures, alongside territorial expansion of Muslim settlements consisting of thousands of dunams. The Muslim settlement of Batir, located between Jerusalem’s Gilo neighborhood and Gush Etzion, will be granted a permit for no less than 518 illegal structures as well as expansion of the village by some 3,000 dunams – an area comparable in size to the city of Ariel. The plan will effectively cut off Gush Etzion from Jerusalem and severely compromise the security of the Gush Etzion-Jerusalem Tunnel Road.

Another plan, in Eastern Gush Etzion, will approve the expansion of Kisan by 615 dunams, severely limiting access for Jewish communities of eastern Gush Etzion and any possibility for future growth. Similar plans for the village of Pakiks will cut off the Jewish community of Negohot in the South Hebron Hills area.

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IDF arrests 13 terror suspects in West Bank overnight

IDF Forces, Shin Bet and Border Police arrested 13 wanted individuals between Sunday night and early Monday morning in a number of cities in the West Bank. According to Palestinian reports, the number of arrests is higher, at 19.

In Jenin, Border Police were met with gunfire upon entry. In the city, they arrested two terror suspects and seized explosives. According to Palestinian media, the two are Aws Shalaby and Islam Al-Ajawi.

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Temple mount tensions running high

With tensions already running high on what Jews and Christians call the Temple Mount and what Muslims call Haram al Sharif, Israeli security forces are bracing for trouble.

Just yesterday, ALL ISRAEL NEWS reported that Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court ruled in favor of three Jewish teenagers whom the police temporarily banned from going to the Temple Mount after they had prayed at the site on May 15 saying that it constituted “a disproportionate infringement on their freedom of movement.”

However, the court also made it clear that “this [decision] does not intervene with the police’s job in enforcing public order at the Temple Mount, nor does it determine anything regarding freedom of worship at the Temple Mount.”

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Stop Banning Jews and Christians From Praying on the Temple Mount: Orthodox Rabbi

Beginning the evening of Saturday, May 28, and running through Sunday, May 29, Israelis will celebrate “Jerusalem Day.”

This is the day on the Hebrew calendar (28 Iyar) that marks Israel’s reunification of the Holy City under its sovereign control during the Six-Day War of 1967, after the IDF defeated Jordanian forces that had previously controlled the city.

On the Western calendar, the “liberation of Jerusalem” occurred on June 7, 1967.

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1,000-Year-Old ‘Jar’ Discovered in Jerusalem Might Actually Be a Powerful Ancient Weapon

A new study suggests that Crusades-era clay vessels unearthed in Jerusalem might actually be a very, very early version of hand grenades, a conclusion which I’m sure anyone out there who is as nerdy as I am will be delighted to hear.

The sphero-conical ceramic vessel might just look like your run-of-the-mill clay pot to the untrained eye but, although it was previously thought the jars were indeed regular, everyday drinking or storage vessels, researchers have discovered remains of explosive materials, indicating they might have been something much, much cooler. Neato.

Remains of the pots found at a site in the Armenian Gardens in Jerusalem date between the 11th and 12th centuries, around the time that eastern and western forces were battling over control of the Holy Land in the Crusades.

Live Science recently reported on the updated theory about the use of the vessels, also noting that firsthand accounts from Crusader knights as well as Arab texts mention handheld explosive devices which detonated loudly and brightly upon impact.

However, in the 1980s, it was theorized that the fragmented remains were possibly used for far more boring things, like storing oil or beer (not that oil and beer aren’t cool; they’re just not medieval-Holy-War-hand-grenade cool).

Carney Matheson, who led the study, told Live Science that such explosives would require three components; fuel, an oxidizer to ignite the fuel and a vessel to apply the pressure needed to cause the kind of explosion that would send your enemies fleeing.

“The grenade-like vessel that the researchers analyzed had much thicker walls than the other ceramics they studied and showed signs of being sealed with resin, which points to it being well-suited to maintaining the pressure needed for an explosion to occur,” Live Science noted. “However, to confirm that the jar was used as a grenade, the team also had to provide evidence of explosive materials inside.”

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