Avigdor Lieberman presented a much milder stance before the security cabinet, and did not rule out the recommendation to promote rehabilitation of the Strip
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Israeli minister evokes Munich massacre ■ Palestinian soccer official urged Argentina to call off the match after it was moved to Jerusalem ■ Israeli embassy says game nixed over 'threats and provocations' against Messi
Evoking Munich Massacre, Israeli Minister Says Death Threats on Argentina's Messi, Not BDS, Nixed Match
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In U.K., May Voices Concerns About Gaza Deaths, Netanyahu Says Israel Working to Minimize Palestinian Casualties
Israeli PM in London as part of trip dedicated to discussing Iran with various European leaders
Palestine Football Association chief Jibril Rajoub asked his Argentine counterpart to call off the game following 'political pressure' by the Israeli government
Palestinian soccer official urged Argentina to call off the match after it was moved to Jerusalem ■ Israeli embassy says game nixed over 'threats and provocations' against Messi
Israeli PM says he did not ask France to quit Iran nuclear deal, saying he believes economic pressure will 'dissolve' it
Macron, who has been vocal about working to preserve the Iran nuclear deal, will host Netanyahu at the Elysee Palace. Netanyahu spoke with Jewish leaders in Paris: 'We are preventing terrible attacks, including here, in France'
Iran announces work on advanced centrifuges to increase uranium enrichment – but says new nuclear activity still within deal