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ALGERIA

July 8

--Algerian govt. promotes Sufism to battle extremism of ultra-conservative Salafist militants.

July 9

--Algerian authorities investigating possible Israeli intelligence network spying on arms deals Algeria has struck with Russia and Ukraine.

ARABS

July 4

--US wants Arab governments to ease sanctions on Israel in return for "meaningful action" by the Israelis; Open airspace, allow mobile roaming.

July 6

--Inter-Arab friction delays agreement on Saudi-Syria summit.

BAHRAIN

July 4

--Bahraini officials visit Israel in an official capacity for the first time to collect five of their nationals being deported by Israel.

EGYPT

July 8

--Egypt dispatches a high-level security team to meet Syrian, Palestinian officials in Damascus as part of efforts for inter-Palestinian agreement.

--Pres. Hosni Mubarak Noun 1. Hosni Mubarak - Egyptian statesman who became president in 1981 after Sadat was assassinated (born in 1929)
Mubarak
 indirectly denies Israeli press reports of military cooperation between Cairo and Tel Aviv Tel Aviv (tĕl əvēv`), city (1994 pop. 355,200), W central Israel, on the Mediterranean Sea. Oficially named Tel Aviv–Jaffa, it is Israel's commercial, financial, communications, and cultural center and the core of its largest  for confronting Tehran.

--Mubarak hopes issue of Hamas-captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit “Shalit” redirects here. For other uses, see Shalit (disambiguation).

Gilad Shalit (Hebrew: גלעד שליט 
 will be resolved shortly.

--Egypt categorically rejects news reports that US troops will deploy along its border with Israel or the Gaza Strip Gaza Strip (gäz`ə), (2003 est. pop. 1,330,000) rectangular coastal area, c.140 sq mi (370 sq km), SW Asia, on the Mediterranean Sea adjoining Egypt and Israel, in what was formerly SW Palestine. ; Says are false and inaccurate.

July 9

--Postponing unity talks until after Fatah's congress unnecessary--Egyptian source.

July 10

--Interior ministry announces the arrest of a terrorist cell of 26 people suspected to have been planning to bomb ships in the Suez Canal Suez Canal, Arab. Qanat as Suways, waterway of Egypt extending from Port Said to Port Tawfiq (near Suez) and connecting the Mediterranean Sea with the Gulf of Suez and thence with the Red Sea. The canal is somewhat more than 100 mi (160 km) long. .

--Egyptian suspects detained for belonging to a Hizbullah cell in Egypt submit a request for a presidential pardon from Mubarak.

--The closure of the leftist daily al-Badil newspaper raises questions about the overall future of Egyptian media.

GULF

July 10

--Member countries of the GCC GCC: see Gulf Cooperation Council.

(compiler, programming) GCC - The GNU Compiler Collection, which currently contains front ends for C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran, Java, and Ada, as well as libraries for these languages (libstdc++, libgcj, etc).
 and Turkey held a two-day meeting in Ankara; Talks are "open and friendly" according to according to
prep.
1. As stated or indicated by; on the authority of: according to historians.

2. In keeping with: according to instructions.

3.
 a joint statement.

IRAN Iran (ērän`, ĭrăn`), officially Islamic Republic of Iran, republic (2005 est. pop. 68,018,000), 636,290 sq mi (1,648,000 sq km), SW Asia. The country's name was changed from Persia to Iran in 1935.  

July 4

--Senior Iranian cleric Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati Massah (Persian: احمد جنتی, born 1926 in Esfahan) is an Iranian ayatollah and political figure.  says UK embassy staff to stand trial; UK demands clarification; EU states summon Iranian ambassadors to protest move.

--The incoming head of the IAEA IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency. , Yukiya Amano, sees no hard evidence Iran trying to develop nuclear arms; Says will do utmost to implement IAEA safeguard agreements in Iran, Syria.

July 6

--U.S. VP Joe Biden This article is about the United States Senator from Delaware, for other uses of the name, see Biden.
Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. (born November 20, 1942) is an American lawyer and politician from Wilmington, Delaware.
 says Israel has a sovereign right to decide what is in its best interest in dealing with Iran's nuclear ambitions.

--Opposition leader Mirhossein Mousavi must stand trial for acting against national security--Kayhan.

--Former Pres. Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani (Persian: اکبر هاشمی رفسنجانی Akbar Hāshemī Rafanjānī), Hashemi Bahramani  sees "bitterness", but no power struggle post elections.

July 7

--Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warns West against interfering in Iranian affairs.

--Another UK embassy employee released; one still detained.

--French Pres. Nicolas Sarkozy says supports UK, Iranians deserve better leadership.

July 8

--US Pres. Barack Obama says the US "absolutely not" given Israel a green light to attack Iran, prefers diplomacy; But adds the US cannot dictate to other countries on security.

--Admiral Mike Mullen, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Says critical to reach a solution before Iran makes nuclear arms.

--Riyadh denies reports that it okayed for Israeli warplanes to use its airspace for attack on Iran.

July 9

--Defense Minister Mustafa Mohammad Mustafa Mohammad is an IFBB professional bodybuilder, known for his exceptional thigh development. Competitive stats
  • Age 40
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 Najjar meets visiting Chief of Staff of the Qatari Armed Forces Hamad bin Ali al-Attiyah; Stresses Iran's commitment to keeping Gulf stable, secure.

July 10

--Iraqi MP Hassan al-Saneed states Iraq's categorical rejection of allowing its airspace to be used to "violate" any neighboring country.

IRAQ

July 6

--U.S. VP Joe Biden says Iraqis want stable agreement with U.S. with emphasis shift from military to political.

--Maliki wants local polls in Kirkuk ahead of January general elections.

--Iraq rejects foreign involvement in reconciling rival factions.

July 7

--Kata'ib Hizbullah says proud to be on US list of foreign terror organizations.

--Traffic policeman shot, 10 people wounded by car bomb in Mosul.

--Iraqi govt. spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh warns that any foreign intervention in national reconciliation is useless.

July 9

--Two car bombs explode within minutes of each other in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, killing 14 people and wounding 33, police said.

July 10

--Five Iranian officials his is a list of Iranian officials with their titles, last checked and updated on September 28, 2005. For a list of ministers suggested to the parliament by President Ahmadinejad, see the presidency section in Ahmadinejad's biography.  detained by the U.S. military in Iraq are released and handed over to Iranian embassy staff by Iraqi authorities.

--House Speaker Iyad al-Samaraie proposes that Iraq pay compensation owed to Kuwait on the condition that Kuwait reinvests the funds in Iraq.

--MP Hassan al-Saneed states Iraq's categorical rejection of allowing its airspace to be used to "violate" any neighboring country, especially Iran.

--Two suicide attacks kill 34 in Tal Afar Tal Afar (pronounced /ta/ /la/ /fer/) (also Tal'Afar, Tal Afar, Tall Afar, Tell Afar, Tel Afar) (in Arabic: تلعفر or تل عفر, in Kurdish: Telehfer, Turkish: ; Four bombs in Baghdad kill 16.

ISRAEL

July 4

--Bahraini officials visit Israel in an official capacity for the first time to collect five of their nationals being deported by Israel.

July 6

--Israel pledges to compensate the UN for material damage it caused by shelling U.N. property during its recent Gaza offensive.

--Saudi Arabia, the US pressuring Syria to demarcate de·mar·cate  
tr.v. de·mar·cat·ed, de·mar·cat·ing, de·mar·cates
1. To set the boundaries of; delimit.

2. To separate clearly as if by boundaries; distinguish: demarcate categories.
 the border with Lebanon and give up the Shabaa Farms--Haaretz says.

--PM Benjamin Netanyahu warns Beirut against Hizbullah's participation in next cabinet.

--Jordanian authorities disperse by force anti-Israel imports protest, briefly arrests two.

--U.S. VP Joe Biden says Israel has a sovereign right to decide what is in its best interest in dealing with Iran's nuclear ambitions.

--An Israeli defense official says Israel not planning to keep Dolphin-class submarines at Red Sea port of Eilat The Port of Eilat is the only Israeli port on the Red Sea, located at the northern tip of the Gulf of Aqaba. It has significant economic and strategic importance. The Port of Eilat was opened in 1957 and is today mainly used for trading with Far East countries as it allows Israeli , playing down speculation.

--The US works to convince Arab states to open up their airspace to Israeli civil aircraft in exchange for ending Jewish settlement activity.

--Hamas, Israel both slam Amnesty International Amnesty International (AI,) human-rights organization founded in 1961 by Englishman Peter Benenson; it campaigns internationally against the detention of prisoners of conscience, for the fair trial of political prisoners, to abolish the death penalty and torture of  report on Gaza onslaught which faults both sides.

July 7

--Unidentified objects fall on S. Lebanon, presumed from the Israeli air force.

--Saad al-Hariri criticizes Israel for "negative messages" it is sending Lebanon, the Arabs; Blasts Netanyahu's warning over Hizbullah participation in govt.

--Israel guarantees PA it will not obstruct Fatah general congress.

--Pres. Shimon Peres says Syria will not get back the Golan if keeps its ties with Iran, Hizbullah.

--Defense Minister Ehud Barak meets U.S. Middle East envoy George Mitchell for second session of talks within a week on encouraging regional peace; Says made progress.

--FM Avigdor Lieberman Avigdor Lieberman (Hebrew: אביגדור ליברמן‎), also Liberman  says Sarkozy's calling for his dismissal was a "slip of the tongue."

--Jewish immigration immigration, entrance of a person (an alien) into a new country for the purpose of establishing permanent residence. Motives for immigration, like those for migration generally, are often economic, although religious or political factors may be very important.  to Israel is expected to reach highest since 2000, according to the Jewish Agency for Israel The Jewish Agency for Israel (Hebrew: הסוכנות היהודית לארץ ישראל), also known as the Sochnut  (JAFI JAFI Jewish Agency for Israel ).

--Another report surfaces that Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia (sä`dē ərā`bēə, sou`–, sô–), officially Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, kingdom (2005 est. pop.  will allow Israeli warplanes to fly over its airspace in the event of an attack on Iran; Israel denies.

July 8

--Israeli papers report Israeli-US deal on settlements signed or close; Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev has no comment.

--A Lebanese army colonel suspected of collaborating with Israel flees to the Jewish state.

--Egypt's Pres. Hosni Mubarak indirectly denies Israeli press reports of military cooperation between Cairo and Tel Aviv to confront Tehran.

--Pres. Shimon Peres reiterates Israel's terms for Palestinian statehood state·hood  
n.
The status of being a state, especially of the United States, rather than being a territory or dependency.
 as that Arabs, Palestinians should recognize the Jewishness of Israel.

--US Pres. Barack Obama says US has "absolutely not" given Israel go ahead to attack Iran over its nuclear program, prefers diplomacy.

--Israel protests against a European Commission statement saying Jewish settlements in occupied territory were paralyzing the Palestinian economy at the European taxpayer's expense.

--Opposition leader Tzipi Livni says Netanyahu does not believe in the two-state solution.

--UN war crimes investigators end four days of public hearings about Israel's invasion of Gaza.

July 9

--U.S. State Department Spokesman Ian Kelly denies Israeli newspaper report that US agreed to the continued construction of 2,500 housing units in Jewish settlements in the West Bank; US says parties must honor their obligations.

--Israel says will allow Allenby Bridge crossing point between the West Bank, Jordan to remain open 24 hours a day.

--Algerian authorities investigating possible Israeli intelligence network spying on arms deals Algeria has struck with Russia and Ukraine.

--The Palestinian Authority says will ask the World Bank to stop funding studies for a Dead Sea-Red Sea water project unless Israel withdraws plans to confiscate To expropriate private property for public use without compensating the owner under the authority of the Police Power of the government. To seize property.

When property is confiscated it is transferred from private to public use, usually for reasons such as
 West Bank land.

July 10

--Lieberman says Syria does not want peace with Israel despite its rapprochement with the US.

--Iraqi MP Hassan al-Saneed states Iraq's categorical rejection of allowing its airspace be used to "violate" any neighboring country.

--Netanyahu receives lukewarm ratings in a poll on his first 100 days; 5.6 out of 10 approve; Issue of Israeli settlements cited.

--Netanyahu's national security adviser, Uzi Arad, says Palestinians have no leadership; Voices skepticism over prospects for peace.

JORDAN

July 6

--Jordanian authorities disperse by force anti-Israel imports protest, briefly arrests two.

July 7

--Parliament criticized by its own MPs for corruption.

KUWAIT

July 10

--House Speaker Iyad al-Samaraie proposes that Iraq pay compensation owed to Kuwait on the condition that Kuwait reinvests the funds in Iraq.

LEBANON

July 4

--Syria wants PM-designate Saad al-Hariri to visit Damascus before he forms his new govt.

--Christians concerned for renewed Syrian domination of Lebanon; Threaten to boycott unless Hariri's visit to Syria is after govt. formed.

--Hizbullah and the Islamic Action Front The Islamic Action Front (Jabhat al-'Amal al-Islami, Arabic: جبهة العمل الإسلامي) is a political party in Jordan.  (IAF (Internet Application Framework) A suite of software development technologies from Ross Systems, Inc., Atlanta, GA (www.rossinc.com) that is the backbone of its iRenaissance Suite. Meta-data driven, IAF comprises a . ) convene; Decide to form an opposition front.

July 6

--Gemayel blasts Hizbullah weapons, says they obstruct the state.

--Fatfat defends "Lebanon First" slogan, stresses Future is committed to Arabism.

--MP Butros Harb says March 14 coalition will no longer compromise decisions for the opposition.

--Saudi Arabia, the US pressuring Syria to demarcate the border with Lebanon and give up the Shabaa Farms--Haaretz says.

--Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu warns Beirut against Hizbullah's participation in next cabinet.

--FPM leader MP Michel Aoun accuses Saudi Arabia of pumping money into Lebanon for the resettlement Re`set´tle`ment   

n. 1. Act of settling again, or state of being settled again; as, the resettlement of lees s>.
The resettlement of my discomposed soul.
- Norris.
 of Palestinian refugees.

--Amal Movement MP Ali Khreiss welcomes Syrian-Saudi Dialogue; Hariri's visit to Syria.

--Culture Minister Tamam Salam lauded Saudi King Abdullah's efforts in facilitating Arab affairs, especially Lebanese matters; Says endeavors should be complemented by internal efforts.

--Minister of Energy and Water Alain Tabourian claims Lebanon's electricity sector on the brink of a disaster if new production plants are not built.

--Fatah Secretary in Lebanon Sultan Abul Einein says unease about Palestinian arms inside and outside camps in Lebanon uncalled for.

--Interior Minister Ziad Baroud orders tightened security measures following a security incident in Beirut's southern suburbs in which gunmen kidnap 16, smash vehicles, seize two buses.

--ISF arrest two assailants who kidnapped five Lebanese university students.

--US gives ISF ISF - Information Systems Factory  120 new police cars.

July 7

--Unidentified objects fall on S. Lebanon, presumed from the Israeli air force.

--Hariri sends an envoy to hold talks with Aoun.

--Hariri criticizes Israel for the "negative messages" it is sending to Lebanon and the Arab; Blasts Netanyahu's warning over Hizbullah participation in govt.

--Hizbullah MP Ali Fayyad denies Hizbullah set preconditions to join government.

July 8

--Hizbullah reportedly insists that the post of defense minister is held by a Shiite.

--Syria's FM Walid al-Muallem says Syria will not interfere in the formation of new Lebanese govt.

--Suleiman urges a visiting UK parliamentary delegation to pressure Israel into granting Palestinian refugees the right to return.

--German FM Frank-Walter Steinmeier meets Suleiman, Berri, Hariri in Beirut to discuss regional peace efforts; urges regional leaders to take advantage of US peace efforts in the region.

--Central council tightens security measures for tourist season, bans celebratory gunfire.

--A Lebanese army colonel suspected of collaborating with Israel flees to the Jewish state.

--France confirms support to Lebanese electricity sector, including supply of power plants.

July 9

--Hariri holds behind-the-scenes meeting with Hizbullah envoy Hussein al-Khaleel.

--Geagea notes differences in opposition parties' demands; Says all Christian March 14 leaders against Hariri visiting Damascus at this time.

--Hizbullah outlines the key issues in Lebanon; Blasts Israeli settlement activity, stresses the danger of Israeli spy networks; Says national unity govt crucial; Stresses need for reform.

--Jumblat meets Maronite Patriarch Nasrallah Butros Sfeir for first time since 2004.

--French President Nicolas Sarkozy says Syria's Assad kept his end of the bargain on Lebanon.

--Hizbullah accuses the US, Egypt of obstructing the recent Syrian-Saudi rapprochement.

--Harb says Syria plans to restore its role in govt formation; Wants to form independent party. July 10

--Hariri says he's a premier for all Lebanon, will meet Assad sooner or later.

--Kouchner arrives in Lebanon "to give a political push to the government formation", though Paris says will not interfere in formation of new govt.

--Gemayel says Aoun's claims for proportionality in the govt "ignores all democratic norms."

--Geagea says Aoun's demands unclear.

--A visiting UK parliamentary delegation holds meetings with a number of Lebanese leaders, including Hizbullah's MP Mohammad Raad.

--David Tolbert, an American, is appointed Registrar of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon The Special Tribunal for Lebanon is an international criminal court that was established by the United Nations Security Council on May 30, 2007. [1]

The tribunal is mandated to try those suspected of assassinating former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, who
.

--The son of Jean-Francois Pfeifer, who is responsible for UN security in Lebanon, security matters related to the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, is briefly abducted, beaten in Beirut.

--Prosecutor General for the Hariri tribunal Daniel Bellemare intends to speed up investigation, despite illness.

--Nineteen challenges are submitted to the Constitutional Council over parliamentary polls.

LIBYA

July 10

--Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi meets a U.S. president for first time, shakes hands with Barack Obama, at G8 meeting in Italy.

MIDDLE EAST

July 7

--The leaders of Syria, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Iran are expected not to attend the 15th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) meeting in Sharm el-Sheikh.

July 8

--Israeli Pres. Shimon Peres reiterates Israel's terms for Palestinian statehood, that Palestinians, Arabs should recognize the Jewishness of Israel.

--Admiral Mike Mullen, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff says it is critical to reach a solution before Iran makes nuclear arms.

--Middle East, global tourism activity falls in 2009.

PALESTINIANS

July 6

--Abbas security forces raid West Bank homes, seize large amounts cash; Accuse of plotting to kill govt. officials.

--Fatah Secretary in Lebanon Sultan Abul Einein says unease about Palestinian arms inside and outside camps in Lebanon uncalled for.

--Hamas, Israel both slam Amnesty International report on Gaza onslaught which faults both sides.

July 7

--Syrian President Bashar al-Assad promises PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas to talk Hamas leaders into facilitating the participation of Fatah members in Gaza in its general congress; Israel guarantees PA it will not obstruct congress.

July 8

--Egypt dispatches a high-level security team to meet Syrian, Palestinian officials in Damascus as part of efforts for inter-Palestinian agreement, pave the way to the seventh round of unity talks.

--Israeli Pres. Shimon Peres reiterates Israel's terms for Palestinian statehood, that Palestinians, Arabs should recognize the Jewishness of Israel.

--Israel protests against a European Commission statement saying Jewish settlements in occupied territory are paralyzing the Palestinian economy.

--Hamas charges both the PA and Fatah with scheming to systematically plotting to target it.

--UN war crimes investigators end four days of public hearings about Israel's invasion of Gaza.

July 9

--Israel says will allow Allenby Bridge crossing point between the West Bank, Jordan to remain open 24 hours a day to allow constant flow of goods, help the Palestinian economy.

--Postponing unity talks until after Fatah's congress unnecessary--Egyptian source.

--The PA says will ask the World Bank to stop funding studies for a Dead Sea-Red Sea water project unless Israel withdraws plans to confiscate West Bank land.

--Hamas says has broken Fatah spy network plotting to sabotage security in Gaza; Steps up attacks against PA over "sabotage cells" in Gaza.

July 10

--UNDP says will take close to a year to remove rubble from Israel's war on Gaza.

--Netanyahu's national security adviser, Uzi Arad, says Palestinians have no leadership; Voices skepticism over prospects for peace.

QATAR

July 9

--Iranian Defense Minister Mustafa Mohammad Najjar meets visiting Chief of Staff of the Qatari Armed Forces Hamad bin Ali al-Attiyah; Stresses Iran's commitment to maintaining stability, security in the Gulf."

SAUDI ARABIA

July 6

--Saudi Arabia, the US pressuring Syria to demarcate the border with Lebanon and give up the Shabaa Farms--Haaretz says.

July 8

--Syria denies reports that a Syrian-Saudi reconciliation summit was being planned.

--Riyadh denies reports that it okayed for Israeli warplanes to use its airspace for attack on Iran.

July 9

--Penal Court issues several preliminary rulings on terrorists; One given the death sentence.

SYRIA

July 4

--Pres. Bashar al-Assad issues an informal invitation to U.S. Pres. Barack Obama to visit Damascus for talks.

--Syria wants PM-designate Saad Hariri to visit Damascus before he forms his new govt.

--US Deputy Secretary of State James Steinberg says Obama will not be visiting Syria soon.

July 7

--Assad promises Palestinian Authority (PA) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas to talk Hamas leaders into facilitating the participation of Fatah members in Gaza in its general congress.

--Israeli Pres. Shimon Peres says Syria will not get Golan Heights if ties kept with Iran, Hizbullah.

July 8

--FM Walid al-Muallem says Damascus will not interfere in formation of the new Lebanese govt.

--Assad meets visiting German FM Frank-Walter Steinmeier; States after meeting that Syria not proposing any peace conditions but demands its own nonnegotiable non·ne·go·tia·ble  
adj.
1. Difficult or impossible to settle by arbitration, mediation, or mutual concession: a nonnegotiable demand.

2. Nonmarketable.
 rights.

--Egypt dispatches a high-level security team to meet Syrian, Palestinian officials in Damascus in efforts to reach inter-Palestinian agreement, pave the way for 7th round of unity talks.

--Syria denies reports that a Syrian-Saudi reconciliation summit was being planned.

July 9

--French Pres. Nicolas Sarkozy says Assad kept his end of the bargain on Lebanon.

July 10

--Israel's FM Avigdor Lieberman says Syria does not want peace with Israel.

TURKEY

July 6

--Army sees new law to try military in civilian courts as unconstitutional.

July 7

--Turkey to host a "strategic" Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) meeting in Istanbul from July 7-8.

July 10

--Member countries of the GCC and Turkey held a two-day meeting in Ankara on July 7-8; talks open and friendly" according to a joint statement.

TUNISIA

July 7

--Police arrest nine, including two officers, charges them with plotting to kill U.S. servicemen taking part in joint military exercises in Tunisia.

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES United Arab Emirates, federation of sheikhdoms (2005 est. pop. 2,563,000), c.30,000 sq mi (77,700 sq km), SE Arabia, on the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman.  

July 8

--Emarat Al Youm, a widespread paper in the UAE, stops publishing for 20 days, after court order for running a contentious article.

--UAE hotel investments projected to rise to $204 billion in 2018.

YEMEN

July 7

--A Yemeni court sentences seven Shiite rebels to death on Monday after convicting them of causing deaths in clashes with the army in 2008.

July 9

--One person is killed in clashes between antigovernment demonstrators and security forces in Hadramout, southern Yemen.

July 10

--Four are wounded, 50 "outlaws" arrested as Yemen army clash
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