Israel-Lebanon border

CENTCOM commander concludes 4th visit to Israel since taking office

The commander toured Israel's Lebanese and Syrian borders and held panels with senior IDF officials on the subject of regional threats and cooperation.

Voices from the Arab press: Religious extremism and sexual assault

A weekly selection of opinions and analyses from the Arab media around the world.

By MEDIA LINE
11/11/2022

Voices from the Arab press: Brexit at the heart of the British crisis

A weekly selection of opinions and analyses from the Arab media around the world.

By MEDIA LINE
07/11/2022

Continuity expected on Bennett-Lapid policies on Lebanon, Turkey - analysis

The next Israeli government is likely to continue the Lebanon maritime deal as well as keep the ties with Turkey.

Netanyahu Erdogan

The Turkey-Lebanon nexus that may confront Netanyahu - analysis

The Turkey ties and the Lebanese mezze of problems are tied to wider challenges in the region. Netanyahu, if and when he forms a government, will need to deal with two potentially interlinked crises.

How Hezbollah can use maritime deal as excuse for war - analysis

Hezbollah can claim the need to start a war over the maritime border deal with Israel, and Lebanon will never be held responsible for it.

Israel wrong for submitting to bad Lebanon maritime deal - opinion

Moderate Arab states are watching Israel’s behavior. The impression that Israel feared a confrontation with Hezbollah does not bode well for the Abraham Accords.

14 Days: Lebanon deal

Israeli news highlights from the past two weeks.

31/10/2022

Letters to the Editor October 31, 2022: Let’s hope

Readers of The Jerusalem Post have their say.

Lapid visits Karish gas field after maritime deal with Lebanon signed

Israel's and Lebanon's governments signed the maritime border agreement last week that gives Israel 17% of revenue from Lebanon's field.

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