Putin ‘worried’ by Israeli strikes in Syria: Zio-Watch, September 29, 2015


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Russian leader expresses concern over artillery strikes on Assad’s forces despite security agreement reached with Netanyahu. NEW YORK – Russia “must respect Israeli interests” in Syria, but is also “worried” regarding Israeli strikes in Syrian territory, said Russian President Vladimir Putin early Tuesday morning at a press debrief.


Putin’s comments came just two days after Israel fired artillery at Syrian government forces in retaliation to a rocket that landed in the Golan Heights in an apparent spillover from fighting across the border.
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(JTA) — Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called Israel the “only impediment” to a nuclear-free Middle East and said that U.S. support for Israel was the cause of terrorism in the region.

In his speech Monday at the opening session of the U.N. General Assembly, Rouhani also praised the sanctions relief for nuclear restrictions deal reached in July between Iran and six major powers.

“The nuclear deal, which is a brilliant example of ‘victory over war,’ has managed to disburse the clouds of hostility and perhaps even the specter of another war and extensive tensions from the Middle East,” he said. “The deal can and should herald a new era, and lead to positive outcomes regarding the establishment of sustainable peace and stability in the region.

Iran’s Rouhani at UN: Israel ‘only impediment’ to nuclear-free Mideast“Today, a new chapter has started in Iran’s relations with the world.”
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An Israeli policeman confronts a Palestinian man during clashes in al-Quds (Jerusalem) September 28, 2015. © AP

Israeli forces have nabbed seven Palestinians on charges of involvement in recent tensions at al-Aqsa Mosque compound in East al-Quds (Jerusalem).

The abductions were made on Tuesday with Israeli officials claiming that the captives were involved in Monday’s clashes when Palestinians gathered inside a mosque at the site and threw firebombs and rocks at Israeli forces outside.

The development comes amid a flare-up of tensions in and around the compound in recent weeks.

On Monday, skirmishes broke out in the holy site after the deployment of Israeli soldiers to the area for the Jewish Sukkot holiday.

Also on Sunday, clashes erupted across the compound after Israeli police stormed the holy site and fired rubber-coated steel bullets and stun grenades at Palestinian protesters.

Israeli forces fire tear gas during a confrontation in al-Quds, Monday, Sept. 28, 2015. © AP

More confrontations in West Bank

Iran’s Rouhani at UN: Israel ‘only impediment’ to nuclear-free Mideast
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In this file picture, Israeli soldiers arrest a young Palestinian boy following clashes in the occupied West Bank town of al-Khalil (Hebron). (© AFP)

Israeli forces have abducted at least four Palestinian children during a raid on a number of houses across the Israeli-occupied East al-Quds (Jerusalem).

The Palestinian Wadi Hilweh Information Center said four minors were arrested on Monday as Israeli military vehicles rolled into the East al-Quds neighborhood of al-Tur. The Israeli forces broke into dozens of homes and violently searched them, causing excessive property damage before detaining four young Palestinians.

The center added that the detained children are between 11 and 13 years old, identifying them as Abdullah Zakariyya Abu al-Hawa, Mohammad Mohannad Abu al-Hawa, Moath Monther Abu al-Hawa and Khalil Kamal Abu al-Hawa.

In recent months, Israeli forces have frequently raided the houses of Palestinians in the West Bank, arresting dozens of people, who are then transferred to Israeli prisons, where they are kept without charge.

There have been many reports about the deteriorating health of Palestinian prisoners held inside Israeli jails.
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SYDNEY, Australia (JTA) — Melbourne police are considering opening a criminal investigation into board members of a Jewish day school who helped a former headmaster flee to Israel ahead of allegations of child sexual abuse.

Malka Leifer, the former principal of Melbourne’s Adass Israel School fled Australia in 2008 ahead of allegations of sexual assault on eight girls at the school.

Leifer is currently under house arrest in Israel as extradition proceedings get underway.

In Melbourne’s Supreme Court earlier this month one of the students was awarded over $1 million in damages from the school over the board’s actions in aiding Leifer to leave after she had been fired, and for its failure to report the incidents to the police.
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JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he will call for an end to incitement on the Temple Mount and discuss “Israel’s desire for peace with the Palestinians” during a meeting with Secretary of State John Kerry.

In a statement as he boarded a plane Tuesday morning for U.N headquarters in New York, Netanyahu also said that during his address this week to the United Nations General Assembly that he would speak about the Iran nuclear deal and the threat to Israel from Syria.

“Each time that I address the United Nations I feel the privilege and great honor of telling the truth before the world on behalf of the citizens of Israel, on behalf of our country,” he said. “The world needs to know what the citizens of Israel feel about the nuclear agreement with Iran and what we expect from the international community in the wake of this agreement.”

Netanyahu is scheduled to address the General Assembly on Thursday. The next day he is scheduled to meet with Kerry, and said he will discuss the strengthening of Israel’s security.
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US president heads summit of a multi-state coalition against the Islamic State at the UN, clarifying that multiple means are needed in order to defeat it.

The US will use all means necessary to defeat ISIS, President Barack Obama said Tuesday. Obama led a UN gathering of representatives from 100 countries, dedicated to combating the Islamic State terrorist organization.

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Police arrest 12 Palestinians, including minors, on third straight day of Jerusalem disturbances, as High Holy Days continue to be rocked by conflict.

Police on Tuesday arrested a number of Palestinians suspected of throwing stones, rioting, and attacking Jews, following two consecutive days of violent confrontations on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.

The Muslim holiday of Eid el-Adha was over by Tuesday, but for Jews it was Chol HaMoed, the intermediate days of Sukkot.

Palestinians and Israeli security forces this month (Photo: AFP)
Palestinians and Israeli security forces this month (Photo: AFP)

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Saudis are active at every level of the terror chain: planners to financiers, cadres to foot soldiers, ideologists to cheerleaders

Iran is seriously mistrusted by Israel and America. North Korea protects its nuclear secrets and is ruled by an erratic, vicious man.Vladimir Putin’s territorial ambitions alarm democratic nations. The newest peril, Isis, the wild child of Islamists, has shocked the whole world. But top of this list should be Saudi Arabia – degenerate, malignant, pitiless, powerful and as dangerous as any of those listed above.

The state systematically transmits its sick form of Islam across the globe, instigates and funds hatreds, while crushing human freedoms and aspiration. But the West genuflects to its rulers. Last week Saudi Arabia was appointed chair of the UN Human Rights Council, a choice welcomed by Washington. Mark Toner, a spokesperson for the State Department, said: “We talk about human rights concerns with them. As to this leadership role, we hope that it is an occasion for them to look into human rights around the world and also within their own borders.”

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Prime minister to lay out what Israel expects of world in wake of Iran nuke deal, will call for peace with Palestinians while accusing them of ‘lying’ over Temple Mount

September 29, 2015, 5:05 pm

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife enter an El Al jet bound for New York City on September 29, 2015. (Raphael Ahren, Times of Israel staff)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday he will tell the world how to deal with the aftermath of July’s nuclear deal with Iran, as he took off for New York for a planned speech at the United Nations.

Speaking to reporters from the tarmac at Ben Gurion International Airport before boarding his airplane, Netanyahu said his address would also focus on pushing back at what he termed Palestinians “incitement” and “crude lies” over Jerusalem’s Temple Mount holy site.

“I will … tell the nations of the world the truth about Israel, about our country,” he said.

The prime minister’s speeches to the UN assembly in the last several years dealt largely with the issue of Iran’s nuclear program and trying to stymie the agreement between world powers and Iran that Jerusalem claims does little to push Tehran further from a nuclear weapon.

Netanyahu said he plans on telling the nations of the world what he expects of them in the wake of the deal, as well as explaining the threats to Israel’s northern border emanating from Syria.
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White House confirms two shook hands; Conservative MP says impromptu greeting at UN ‘contrary to revolution’s principles’

September 29, 2015, 4:37 pm

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (C) attends the 70th session of the UN General Assembly at the United Nations on September 28, 2015 in New York. (Kena Betancur/AFP)

TEHRAN — An ultraconservative Iranian lawmaker hit out Tuesday at reports Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif shook hands with US President Barack Obama at the UN General Assembly, branding it as unrevolutionary.

The remarks came after Iran’s semi-official ISNA news agency and international media outlets documented the impromptu encounter in New York on Monday.

“Dr. Zarif was leaving the hall when he accidentally faced Mr. Obama and John Kerry, who were about to enter. They briefly greeted each other and the two shook hands,” ISNA said, citing a source close to Iran’s UN delegation.

A White House official, speaking on grounds of anonymity because the official was not authorized to speak publicly, confirmed Tuesday that “there was a brief interaction at the luncheon, where they shook hands.”

Although Kerry, the US Secretary of State, and Zarif shook hands numerous times during talks that ended with a July 14 deal on Iran’s nuclear program, the handshake with Obama would be the first known between a US president and a top Iranian official since the Islamic revolution in 1979.
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New European regulations on storage and distribution of information will require Israeli encryption skills, says Dr. Patrick Van Eecke

September 29, 2015, 11:38 am

Patrick Van Eecke speaking at the seminar in Tel Aviv (Photo credit: Courtesy)

New EU regulations on data security may make Europeans feel safer – but they are likely to make life much harder for the IT departments in some of the world’s biggest tech firms. But while big data companies suffer under the weight of these new regulations, Israel could be thrust into the spotlight. “One of the most effective ways to show compliance is to use top-level encryption on data, and Israel is a world center of encryption technology,” according to Internet compliance expert Dr. Patrick Van Eecke. “Israeli start-ups that partner with big data companies build a good business for themselves.”

Van Eecke is a partner in the Technology, Media and Commercial department of the Brussels office of DLA Piper, the world’s largest international law firm, and is considered by several professional organizations to be one of the world’s top 20 information technology lawyers. “You’d be hard pressed to find someone more knowledgeable than Van Eecke about European IT legal issues, and you won’t find anyone who is more humble regarding that knowledge,” said Jeremy Lustman, head of DLA Piper’s Israel office since 2008, introducing Van Eecke at a special seminar in Tel Aviv dedicated to cyber-legal issues sponsored by DLA Piper and the law offices of Yigal Arnon.

Regulatory compliance – Van Eecke’s specialty – is one of those eye-rolling topics that people tend to tune out, but they do so at their own peril, he told the Times of Israel. “People have been talking about data security and regulations to ensure it for over two decades, but it’s only been in the past several or so years that the topic has come into focus.” That’s because of the high-profile data leaks at Target, Sony, the IRS, and the many other groups that have been in the news in recent years as cyber “candy stores” for hackers to lift data at will. “Governments now get it, and they are developing guidelines that will have a major impact on data companies, both multinationals and start-ups.”

At issue is a revamping of the privacy laws that have driven legislation in European Union countries since 1995. In 2012, the European Commission unveiled a draft European General Data Protection Regulation that will, when it is implemented (probably by the end of the year, said Van Eecke) further limit already tight restrictions on the collection and use of personal data in the ways companies like Google and Facebook have done for the past decade or so. “Since the revelations by Snowden on how the National Security Administration in the US spied on European leaders, there is much more political pressure on European leaders to prevent such incidents from repeating themselves,” said Van Eecke.

Already, laws in most EU countries prevent the collection of data that can be associated with an individual — living or dead — either directly or indirectly. Companies like Facebook and Google that claim to collect “anonymous” information must prove that not only do they not take names, phone numbers, e-mail addresses and other identifying data when they scan user pages or Gmail messages for keywords (which they use to present ads to users), but that they cannot get to that information by checking a user’s IP address (even a dynamic one assigned by an ISP) or any other method.
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