UAE and China want a UN meeting about Ben-visit Gvir's to Al-Aqsa
In response to Israel's far-right National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir entering the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in a highly condemned move, the United Arab Emirates and China have demanded a meeting of the UN Security Council.
According to diplomats spoke to Reuters late on Tuesday, the Council is scheduled to meet on Thursday.
Ben-acts Gvir's provoked vehement condemnation from all around the world, with the Palestinians joined in their condemnation by Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates. The invasion was described by the Palestinian Authority as "an unparalleled provocation."
The extremist minister Ben-invasion Gvir's of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, according to the Palestinian foreign ministry, was "seriously condemned" and was seen as "an unprecedented provocation and a hazardous escalation of the war."
Mohammad Shtayyeh, the prime minister of Palestine, accused Ben-Gvir of arranging the visit in an effort to convert the site "into a Jewish temple," an aim shared by many in Israel's far right.
Ben-action, Gvir's according to Hamas, the organization in charge of the beleaguered Gaza Strip, has crossed a "red line." The missile that was fired from Gaza on Tuesday night, according to the Israeli military, fell in Palestinian territory.
In a statement late on Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated that he was "determined to firmly maintaining the status quo, without alterations, on the Temple Mount [Al-Aqsa Mosque compound]".
Although sources close to the Israeli leader denied it had anything to do with the Al-Aqsa incident, Israeli media claimed on Tuesday that Netanyahu's planned trip to the United Arab Emirates the following week had been postponed until February.
Former Israeli prime minister and head of the opposition, Yair Lapid, had stated on Monday that Ben-intended Gvir's entry into the facility would spark riots and constitute a "deliberate provocation that will endanger lives."
Israel's closest friend, the US, expressed extreme alarm about the developments.
India's budget would face severe challenges during the upcoming fiscal year.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's administration will deliver its final budget for a complete fiscal year on February 1 before he and the
Uzbekistan imprisons demonstrators due to discontent against the government
22 persons, including a journalist, were given varied prison sentences by an Uzbek court for the fatal uprising that occurred in the independent
Bahraini prisoners suffer long-lasting "wounds" as a result of torture
According to a recent investigation, torture and other alleged breaches they allegedly faced during their arrest, questioning, and detention are
The 150-day march of Gandhi is over. Will it, however, reinvigorate Congress?
On the final day of his over 150-day cross-country "unity" march, hundreds of people defied the bitter Himalayan cold to gather in Srinagar, the
NATO commander calls on South Korea to increase military aid to Ukraine
Jens Stoltenberg, the secretary-general of NATO, has asked South Korea to step up its military aid to Ukraine, citing other nations that have
More Russian military have moved into the Ukraine border region: Governor
According to the regional governor, Russia has sent more troops and equipment to its western Kursk region along the Ukrainian border. Roman
Finland declares it will support Sweden's NATO application.
According to Finland's foreign minister, despite a potential Turkish stumbling block on Sweden's NATO application, both countries still intend to
Death toll from Peshawar mosque explosion rises to 32
A suspected suicide explosion targeting police officers at a mosque in the Pakistani city of Peshawar has left over 30 people dead and 150 others
India's Adani Group loses $48 billion in stocks due to allegations of fraud.
After a US investment firm said that Gautam Adani, the richest man in Asia, had engaged in "brazen" corporate fraud, shares of his business empire
India forbids the BBC's Modi film, "Ghosts of Gujarat"
The 2002 Gujarat riots are the subject of a BBC documentary that sparks a media frenzy in India. Additionally, the labor movement vs. the UK
At a memorial for death camps, Russian "megalomania" in the Ukraine war is mentioned.
A recent massacre in Ukraine by Russian soldiers has been linked by the head of the Auschwitz Nazi death camp memorial to similar misery endured
High-stakes presidential primaries are held by the Maldives' ruling party.
In a primary that will be held by the Maldives' ruling party, current President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih will face off against Mohamed Nasheed, a
Afghan artist who is currently a refugee discusses the predicament of women
Thousands of Afghans left the country when the Taliban took back control in August 2021 out of concern for restrictions on their freedoms. One of
Egypt's "oldest and most complete" mummy
Near Cairo, Egypt's capital, archaeologists unearthed a Pharaonic tomb with what may be the oldest and "most complete" mummy ever found
UN denounces M23 rebel assault on DRC town as hundreds of people escape
The M23 rebel onslaught in the east of the country, which prompted 450 people, including women and children, to flee to the area near the UN
US sanctions Wagner Group's financial support from a Chinese company
For allegedly providing satellite footage of Ukraine to support the mercenary Wagner Group's military operations for Russia, the US has sanctioned a
Elections in two provinces will take place in April, according to a Pakistani poll panel.
Final election dates for two provinces whose assemblies were dissolved earlier this month as part of former prime minister Imran Khan's effort to
After securing combat tanks, Ukraine wakes up to devastating attacks
During the wave of missile and drone attacks that Russia launched against Ukraine, at least one person was reported dead in Kyiv. A day after
Overview of the Middle East: Turkey, Sweden, NATO, and the Quran
NATO negotiations between Sweden and Turkey are broken off, the chief prosecutor of Lebanon and the judge who is trying to indict him square off,
"Killing spree" in Iran as the authorities crack down on opposition
Alireza Akbari, a British-Iranian national and former deputy defense minister, was executed by Iran recently on suspicion of spying for the United