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Israel

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“The outcome of this election will be a government that will continue conducting crimes against our people while blocking the horizon for a political solution.”

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Senior official of the Palestine Liberation Organization
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“Such lies are intended to accuse the Jews themselves of the most horrific crimes in history that were committed against them. The use of the Holocaust of the Jewish people for political purposes must stop immediately.”

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Israeli Prime Minister
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“A week into the fourth dose we know to a higher degree of certainty that the fourth dose is safe. The second piece of news: We know that a week after administration of a fourth dose, we see a five-fold increase in the number of antibodies in the vaccinated person. This most likely means a significant increase against infection and …hospitalization and (severe) symptoms.”

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Israeli Prime Minister
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“At the end of the day, of course there can be a good deal. Is that, at the moment, under the current dynamic, expected to happen? No, because a much harder stance is needed.”

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Israeli Prime Minister
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“We will examine the fourth dose's effect on the level of antibodies and morbidity and we will gauge its safety. We will understand whether it is worthwhile to administer a fourth shot, and to whom.”

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Director of the study that analyzes the data of the Covid-19 fourth dose at the Sheba Medical Center
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“I call on every country negotiating with Iran in Vienna to take a strong line and make it clear to Iran that they cannot enrich uranium and negotiate at the same time. Iran must begin to pay a price for its violations.”

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Israeli Prime Minister
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“The disaster isn't the groups who canceled over the next two weeks. How can I convince people to come to the Holy Land after we promised them that you can come, but then the government closes the border?”

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Chief of the Arab Hotel Association
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“Iran is carrying out nuclear blackmail as a negotiating tactic, and this should be answered by the immediate halt to negotiations and the implementation of tough steps by the world powers.”

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Israeli Prime Minister
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“Iranian hackers had identified a failure in Israeli understanding about cyber conflict. They realized that they do not need to attack a government agency, which is much more protected, but could easily attack small, private companies, with less sophisticated security, that control enormous amounts of information, including financial or intimate personal information about many citizens.”

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Head of intelligence at the cybersecurity company Check Point
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“If Israel did indeed kill Saleh [Midhat Saleh] through an unprecedented sniper attack, it sent a powerful message to Iran and Syria about their activities near the Israeli border. It says that we have many ways and many techniques. We're watching you.”

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Senior fellow and expert on Iran at the Institute for National Security Studies
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“Secretary of State [Antony] Blinken and I are sons of Holocaust survivors; we know there are moments when nations must use force to protect the world from evil. Iranians will race to the bomb if they do not believe that the world is serious about stopping them. Israel reserves the right to act at any given moment in any way. That is not only our right; it is also our responsibility.”

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Foreign Affairs Minister of Israel
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“The State of Israel has the means to act and will not hesitate to do so. I do not rule out the possibility that Israel will have to take action in the future in order to prevent a nuclear Iran. Iran is only two months away from acquiring the materials necessary for a nuclear weapon. We do not know if the Iranian regime will be willing to sign an agreement and come back to the negotiation table and the international community must build a viable 'Plan B' in order to stop Iran in its tracks towards a nuclear weapon.”

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Israeli Defence Minister
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“Israel has greatly accelerated preparations for action against Iran's nuclear program. A significant chunk of the boost to the defense budget, as was recently agreed, was intended for this purpose. It's a very complicated job, with much more intelligence, much more operational capabilities, much more armaments. We're working on all these things.”

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Chief of General Staff of the Israel Defense Forces
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“We think it's a bad idea. Jerusalem is the sovereign capital of Israel and Israel alone, and therefore, we don't think it's a good idea. We know that the [Biden] administration has a different way of looking at this, but since it is happening in Israel, we are sure they are listening to us very carefully.”

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Foreign Affairs Minister of Israel
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“Such meetings [between Israeli Defence Minister Benny Gantz and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas] will deepen the Palestinian division and complicate the Palestinian situation. [The meeting] was a continuation of the PA delusion of the possibility of achieving something to our people through the failed settlement path.”

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Hamas spokesman
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“The stronger the Palestinian Authority is, the weaker Hamas will be. And the greater its ability to govern is, the more security we'll have and the less we'll have to do.”

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Israeli Defence Minister
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“He [Naftali Bennett] has made it very clear before he left his country that he's against a two-state solution; he's against a Palestinian state; he's against freezing settlements - three issues that are part and parcel of the core of the Biden approach to the Palestinians. Some people were hoping that during this visit there would be some serious give and take. But again, Afghanistan came to the rescue, and the agenda shifted; it was diluted.”

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Executive director of the think-tank Arab Center Washington DC
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“I was happy to hear your clear words that Iran will never be able to acquire a nuclear weapon and to emphasise that we'll try the diplomatic route, but there's other options. We've developed a comprehensive strategy that we're going to be talking about with two goals. The first goal is to stop Iran on its regional aggression and start rolling it back into the box. And the second is to permanently keep Iran away from ever being able to break out the nuclear weapon.”

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Israeli Prime Minister
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“It's true that Moderna has better protected people from infection, but the two vaccines are almost equivalent in effectiveness against severe disease. This is important so that our hospitals won't be overwhelmed. If you were to ask me two months ago when we had only 100 cases a day, I would have said we don't need to go with a booster. But in the meantime, we moved from 100 cases a day to 8,000 cases a day and I won't be surprised if in a couple more days we see more than 10,000. We had no choice but to give a booster shot. I would have preferred more data, but I think we made the right call.”

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Vice dean of life sciences at Bar Ilan university and member of the Israeli health ministry’s coronavirus vaccine advisory board
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“Enabling governments to install spyware that is used in practice to monitor hundreds of journalists and their sources throughout the world poses a major democratic problem. We call on Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett to impose an immediate moratorium on surveillance technology exports until a protective regulatory framework has been established.”

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Reporters Without Borders secretary-general
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“The systems used in this case [Israel Defense Forces using a swarm of AI-guided drones and supercomputing to identify new targets within the Gaza Strip] probably fall quite far short of the large dynamic, intelligent swarms that could someday have a highly disruptive effect on warfare. But if confirmed, they are certainly a notch up in the incremental growth of autonomy and machine-to-machine collaboration in warfare.”

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Associate Researcher with the Security and Technology Programme at UNIDIR
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“The butcher of Tehran, Ebrahim Raisi, has been rightly denounced by the international community for his direct role in the extrajudicial executions of over 30,000 people. An extremist figure, committed to Iran's rapidly advancing military nuclear programme, his election makes clear Iran's true malign intentions, and should prompt grave concern among the international community.”

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Israeli foreign ministry spokesman
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“Abbas's [Mansour Abbas leader of the United Arab List] decision to be part of an extreme government, that will work against the interests of the Palestinians inside Israel and in occupied areas, is a very dangerous one. Imagine being the head of a Palestinian party and not being able to visit the Al-Aqsa Mosque or join a funeral procession in Umm al-Fahm because the people would kick you out. Mansour has become an outcast.”

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Leader of the Palestinian nationalist Balad Party
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“Joining the coalition aims to address such pressing matters [housing, violence and crime, and unrecognised villages in the Negev desert] and to strengthen the role of Arab factions by making them a direct and essential force in politics. This will benefit the Palestinian community and allow it to access its rights which were denied to it due to previous racist policies, and Palestinian parties remaining outside of the circles of influence. Our entry into negotiations was based on political promises, including pledges by the government to change policies that discriminate against us and a pledge of commitment to reaching a just and comprehensive solution to the Palestinian issue.”

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Secretary-general of the United Arab List
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“The idea that somehow Abbas [Mansour Abbas leader of the United Arab List] is going to be able to muster up enough support to even introduce legislation that is going to counter some of the racist legislation that Palestinians face is a joke. It's laughable, very naïve and displays a fundamental misunderstanding of Israeli politics and Zionism.”

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Palestinian political analyst and lawyer
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“The situation in which eight medium and small parties are forming a coalition has never happened before. It will not be easy. Netanyahu is still around. We should cross our fingers and hope that this government will not only oust Netanyahu, but it will also be able to perform and to be sustainable.”

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Israeli politician and former justice minister
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“It is an alliance between eight parties that go from the left to the far right, with advocates of illegal settlement activity and expansion, to proponents of the two-state solution, so [these are] people who don't really have anything in common except the desire to oust Netanyahu. That's the glue of this coalition – how long that glue can keep them together is what a lot of Israelis are wondering.”

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Al Jazeera’s journalist reporting from West Jerusalem
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“This government will work for all the citizens of Israel, those that voted for it and those that didn't. It will do everything to unite Israeli society.”

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Israeli politician and former journalist serving as chairman of the Yesh Atid party and opposition leader in the Knesset
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“It's still too early to declare that (the) 'Bibi era' of Israeli politics has ended. But if change is ultimately achieved, Netanyahu will have been toppled by his colleagues on the right, who had it with his leadership.”

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Editor of the left-wing Haaretz newspaper
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“It's my intention to do my utmost in order to form a national unity government along with my friend Yair Lapid, so that, God willing, together we can save the country from a tailspin and return Israel to its course.”

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Israeli politician and leader of the right-wing political party New Right
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“We will discuss establishing a permanent ceasefire with Hamas, a mechanism for providing humanitarian aid & the reconstruction of Gaza with a pivotal role played by the international community.”

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Foreign Minister of Israel
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