News Headlines in 60 Seconds

Hamas Threatens That Israel Better Provide Electricity to Gaza

Israel real estate went up in price; there may be more than 100 London fire victims

testArray ( [type] => article [id] => 193572 [title] => Hamas Threatens That Israel Better Provide Electricity to Gaza [short_text] => Israel real estate went up in price; there may be more than 100 London fire victims [content] => Israel news:

Apartments went up in price according to the bureau of statistics by 4.4% this past year.

A brush fire is raging at the Golani Interchange: fire fighters and planes were called to the scene to control the fire. There are no injuries.

Hadassah’s hematology/oncology crisis: Doctors that quit met representatives of the ministry of health. Mediation will hopefully take place in the next few days to enable them to come back to work.

“Repairing the rail tracks on Shabbat is a serious breach of the status quo” says MK Mozes.

“If Israel doesn’t resume supplying electricity to Gaza from taxpayers money (ours not theirs of course) it will face consequences”, says the Hamas.

Israel has the second most poor children in the world and is in the same place as far as policies implemented to close the income gaps between the lowest earners and the highest, according to a UNICEF survey.

World news:

The US Senate approved placing sanctions against Iran and Russia. Putin commented that sanctions against Russia would not be effective and would backfire. He believes all the talk about the investigations are just an offshoot of US internal politics, meddling fiction invented by the Democrats and hopes it will blow over because he actually is hoping for warmer US Russia relations. He is looking forward to working with the US to thwart the North Korean Missile program, fight world poverty and help settle the Ukraine crisis.

London fire victims are still being taken out of the Grenfell Tower: So far 17 bodies have been removed but the police chief fears there may be up to 100 deaths. He said it may take 2 months to get to everyone burned in the building and some victims may be beyond recognition. Prime Minister Theresa May called for an investigation to be opened on the cause of the fire.
 
  [pic] => 27237 [date_created] => 2017-06-15 23:59:00 [writer] => 55959 [tags] => |58646||56029||58659| [categories] => 54009 [category] => 54009 [classname] => [is_active] => 1 [is_woman] => 0 [override_link] => [pic_text] => Electric Company Workers on High Power Lines [seo_title] => Hamas Threatens That Israel Better Provide Electricity to Gaza [item_type] => article [item_id] => 193572 [list_type] => mgz_cat [list_id] => 54009 [link] => http://www.hidabrut.com/article/193572/Hamas-Threatens-That-Israel-Better-Provide-Electricity-to-Gaza [top_section] => 47679 ) 1
| 15.06.17 | 23:59
Electric Company Workers on High Power Lines
Israel news:

Apartments went up in price according to the bureau of statistics by 4.4% this past year.

A brush fire is raging at the Golani Interchange: fire fighters and planes were called to the scene to control the fire. There are no injuries.

Hadassah’s hematology/oncology crisis: Doctors that quit met representatives of the ministry of health. Mediation will hopefully take place in the next few days to enable them to come back to work.

“Repairing the rail tracks on Shabbat is a serious breach of the status quo” says MK Mozes.

“If Israel doesn’t resume supplying electricity to Gaza from taxpayers money (ours not theirs of course) it will face consequences”, says the Hamas.

Israel has the second most poor children in the world and is in the same place as far as policies implemented to close the income gaps between the lowest earners and the highest, according to a UNICEF survey.

World news:

The US Senate approved placing sanctions against Iran and Russia. Putin commented that sanctions against Russia would not be effective and would backfire. He believes all the talk about the investigations are just an offshoot of US internal politics, meddling fiction invented by the Democrats and hopes it will blow over because he actually is hoping for warmer US Russia relations. He is looking forward to working with the US to thwart the North Korean Missile program, fight world poverty and help settle the Ukraine crisis.

London fire victims are still being taken out of the Grenfell Tower: So far 17 bodies have been removed but the police chief fears there may be up to 100 deaths. He said it may take 2 months to get to everyone burned in the building and some victims may be beyond recognition. Prime Minister Theresa May called for an investigation to be opened on the cause of the fire.
 
 
Most Read
http://www.hidabrut.com/