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Erekat: Palestine leadership rejects ‘deal of the century’

Occupied Quds, (ST) - The secretary of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization, Saeb Erekat, stressed that the "Deal of the Century" is rejected, adding that the Palestinians will not accept anything less than an independent Palestinian state on the 1967 borders.

Wafa News Agency quoted Erekat as saying Palestinians would set out to fail "the deal of the century" with their steadfastness and adherence to their land, stressing the need for the international community to stand in the face of US and Israeli plans to liquidate the Palestinian issue.

Zarif: Trump should base his foreign policy on facts

On January 26, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif criticized the policies and statements of US President Donald Trump.

In a atweet, Zarif responded  to statements by the US president, that “Trump should base his foreign policy statements and decisions on the facts and not on Fox Newsheadlines or what his translators say in the Persian language.”

Israeli occupation bans Imam of al-Aqsa Mosque from entering it for four months

 OCCUPIED AL-QUDS, (ST)- Israeli occupation forces  early on Saturday broke into the house of Sheikh Ekrema Sabri, Imam of al-Aqsa Mosque, in occupied al-Quds and handed him a notice banning him from entering the mosque for a period of four months.

In a statement to Maan news agency, Shiekh Sabri reiterated that such aggressive practices by the Israeli occupation aim at silencing the voices that speak up against the violations committed by the occupation against al-Aqsa Mosque in implementation of its plan to judaize it.

Czech MP warns that Washington is leading the world to collapse

PRAGUE, (ST)- Czech Parliament Member Miroslav Grebenicek has affirmed that the illegal US military presence in Syria violates international law.

In an article published by the Halo Noviny newspaper on Saturday Grebenicek said the United States has instigated and supported terrorist groups in Syria and it continues this policy for the ninth consecutive year.

Washington has caused the eruption of many wars that have cost hundreds of thousands of victims and have led to massive material losses mainly during its invasion of Iraq, Grebenicek made it clear.

Pentagon admits wounding 34 American soldiers as a result of the Iranian missile strike

Washington, (ST) - The Pentagon admitted that 34 of its soldiers were wounded as a result of an Iranian missile strike on Ain al-Assad base in western Iraq on the eighth of this month in response to the assassination of General Qassem Soleimani and his companions, stressing again the unreal Statements of President Donald Trump who denied any injuries.

"Eight American soldiers who had been transferred to Germany were taken to the United States," Reuters quoted Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Hoffman as saying.