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Mohammed Mahmoud Al-Khaja sworn as UAE's first ambassador to Israel by Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed b

14 day news roundup: Swearing in

Israeli news highlights from the past two weeks.

23/02/2021

UAE weapons maker EDGE wants in on F-35 supply chain

The Gulf state, one of Washington’s closest Middle Eastern allies, was promised a chance to buy the war planes when it established formal ties with Israel last year.

By REUTERS
23/02/2021
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UAE tells Israeli conference it uses AI for space travel

Top Israeli official says country could be AI power

Gulf rabbinical court to 'revive golden age' of Jewish-Muslim cooperation

‘Jewish communities are being reborn in Arab lands which for the last 70 years have been practically cleansed of any Jewish communities in most of these countries’

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas attends a virtual meeting with Palestinian factions over Israel

Are UAE-supplied vaccines intended to prop up Abbas rival?

Egypt and Jordan have reportedly pressured Abbas to end his dispute with Dahlan and form a unified Fatah list to prevent Hamas from wining the parliamentary election.

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, will have daily flights to Tel Aviv beginning in Ma

Emirati, Israeli logistical cooperation to bolster economic sector

The Dubai-based WLP is a logistics loyalty policy initiative aimed at increasing trading opportunities between emerging markets.

Dubai: The sheikh and his daughters - comment

The Sheikh has 25 children by his six wives, so he obviously loves children, but unaccountably his daughters keep trying to escape.

By GWYNNE DYER
20/02/2021

What is the right attitude for working in the UAE?

UAE’s work environment is defined as multicultural since only a small percentage of the workforce is local.

UAE delegation visits Peres Center for Peace and Innovation in Israel

The visit came as part of wider preparation plans for the embassy opening in Israel later this year.

Israeli cycling team to compete in UAE Tour on Sunday

Co-owner of the Israeli cycling team Sylvan Adams said racing in the Gulf kingdom is a “building block” to “very warm relations.”

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