Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Russia: Israeli Strikes In Syria Tuesday Endangered 2 Civilian Flights: Times Of Israel Liveblogging

Russia: Israeli strikes in Syria Tuesday endangered 2 civilian flights

The Times of Israel is liveblogging Wednesday’s news as it breaks.

Russia: ‘Provocative’ Israeli strikes in Syria Tuesday endangered 2 civilian flights

Russia says Israeli strikes last night in Syria endangered two civilian flights that were landing at the time — one in Damascus and the other in Beirut.
The defense ministry in Moscow also says Syria’s air defenses downed 14 of 16 missiles fired by Israel.
“Provocative acts by the Israeli Air Force endangered two passenger jets when six of their F-16s carried out airstrikes on Syria from Lebanese airspace,” ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov tells reporters, according to Russia Today.

Abbas: Palestinians ready to talk peace based on UN resolutions

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas says that he is prepared to rekindle the peace process with Israel based on international law and United Nations Security Council and General Assembly resolutions.
Abbas made his comments yesterday, after Pope Francis said in a Christmas message that he hoped Israelis and Palestinians would “resume dialogue and undertake a journey of peace that can put an end to a conflict that for over 70 years has rent the land chosen by the Lord to show his face of love.”
Abbas has long said the Palestinians accept international law and want negotiations with Israel based on it.

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