A day of Palestinian anger, rejecting the Israeli occupation plan annexing parts of the West Bank

Occupied al-Quds, (ST) - Today, the occupied Palestinian territories are witnessing a day of popular anger, rejecting the plans of the Israeli occupation to annex parts of the occupied West Bank as part of the so-called American-Israeli century deal aimed at liquidating the Palestinian issue.

Thousands of Palestinians participated in a demonstration in Gaza City, during which the participants raised the Palestinian flags and banners affirming the rejection of the annexation plans and the continuous Israeli violations against the Palestinians and stressing their the adherence to Palestinian rights and values.

Beirut International Airport operates again

Beirut International Airport has operated again after a closure that lasted more than three months due to the Corona virus.

The Lebanese National News Agency reported that an Emirati plane has landed at the airport.

The Lebanese authorities have taken health and security precautions as travelers arrived at the airport.


Occupation forces arrested 20 Palestinians

The Israeli occupation forces arrested 20 Palestinians in many areas of the occupied West Bank.

Wafa news agency reported that the occupation forces stormed the towns and villages and Palestinian houses in occupied Jerusalem, Nablus, Tulkarem and Ramallah, and arrested 20 Palestinians, including two women.

Rouhani: The United States and other countries have worked to stoke the crisis in Syria by supporting terrorist organizations

Tehran,(ST)-Iranian President Hassan Rouhani emphasized that some countries, led by the United States, worked towards  stoking the crisis in Syria by providing support to terrorist organizations there.

Rouhani explained in a speech during the Iranian government meeting today that these countries tried to influence the relationship between the Syrian people and their government, and also worked to provide support in various forms to terrorist organizations and to impose political and economic pressure on the Syrian people.

 Rouhani pointed to the efforts made by the guarantors of the Astana process to resolve the crisis in Syria, explaining that the discussions that will be held today between Russia and Iran and the Turkish regime through video represent a continuation of cooperation in this regard.

Katilova: Erdogan's regime continues its aggressive designs ,and has not been punished for the war crimes he committed in Syria

Prague,(ST)-Czech journalist Markita Kutilova warned that failure to punish the regime of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for the war crimes he committed in Syria and for violating the international arms export ban imposed on Libya urged him to continue his expansionist plan in light of the support of Qatar's sheikhs and the West's silence on his practices.

Kutilova said in an article published by Alarm 2: The Erdogan regime has so far transferred thousands of his mercenaries from Syria to Libya to fight in order to achieve its interests by controlling all of Libya and the eastern Mediterranean to seize oil and gas and control immigration from Africa to Europe.