2021.09.22 國際新聞導讀-美國拜登總統聯合國演說時呼籲伊朗回到核武協議談判上、美國眾院民主黨拒撥款給以色列鐵穹計畫、哈馬斯想與以色列換俘

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2021.09.22 國際新聞導讀-美國拜登總統聯合國演說時呼籲伊朗回到核武協議談判上、美國眾院民主黨拒撥款給以色列鐵穹計畫、哈馬斯想與以色列換俘

眾議院民主黨從即將到來的預算中刪除鐵穹撥款

美國眾議院民主黨領導層阻止了 10 億美元用於鐵穹。

通過LAHAV哈爾科夫

2021 年 9 月 21 日 23:05

美國眾議院民主黨領導層週二取消了以色列鐵穹防禦系統約 10 億美元的資金。

該修訂是在黨內進步人士拒絕投票支持包含鐵穹資金的更廣泛法案之後進行的。

根據 Politico 的說法,在 5 月的“隔離牆行動”期間,阻止鐵穹資助的進步民主黨是推動阻止向以色列提供武器的人之一。這一舉措由紐約州眾議員亞歷山大·奧卡西奧·科爾特斯、威斯康星州的馬克·波坎和密歇根州的拉希達·特萊布領導。

沒有進步人士,民主黨就無法通過該法案,因為共和黨也不會投票支持該法案,理由是債務上限。參議院少數黨領袖米奇麥康奈爾表示,“債務上限將……由民主黨提高。”

眾議院民主黨領導人表示,鐵穹撥款將納入最終的 2022 財年兩黨國防法案。

該法案,包括 Iron Dome 資金,是一項持續性決議 (CR),在新預算通過之前的過渡時期提供資金。它還包括 $28.6b、災難援助和 $6.3b。資助非洲難民。如果 CR 沒有在 12 月下旬通過,政府可能會關閉。

一位外交消息人士稱,白宮在宣布這一決定後不久就開始著手推翻這一決定。

一位高級外交消息人士補充說,雖然鐵穹的資金可能會在未來幾個月內獲得通過,但以色列緊急看待此事並希望盡快得到解決。

最近幾週,以色列和哈馬斯之間的緊張局勢加劇,包括加沙恐怖分子向以色列發射火箭。

鐵穹是一種導彈防禦系統,它阻止了美國指定的恐怖組織(如哈馬斯和巴勒斯坦伊斯蘭聖戰組織)發射的數千枚火箭彈襲擊了他們瞄準的平民中心。

美國總統喬拜登承諾在 5 月與哈馬斯的最後一輪戰鬥後,以及上個月在橢圓形辦公室會見總理納夫塔利貝內特時,都承諾補充以色列的鐵穹電池。

在眾議院民主黨做出決定前不久,拜登在聯合國大會上說:“美國對以色列安全的承諾是毫無疑問的,我們對獨立的猶太國家的支持是明確的。”

一位高級外交消息人士說,就在民主黨改變路線前兩小時,耶路撒冷被告知資金已走上正軌。消息人士補充說,以色列希望避免被民主黨或共和黨用於美國內部的政治爭論。

眾議員泰德·達奇 (D-FL) 發推文說:“鐵穹是我們最親密的盟友之一用來拯救平民生命的防禦系統。它需要補充,因為控制加沙的哈馬斯恐怖分子發射了數千枚火箭。考慮到這是我反對這個決定的反擊。”

來自紐約的進步民主黨眾議員里奇·托雷斯 (Ritchie Torres) 說:“導彈防禦系統(即鐵穹)可以保護平民免受導彈攻擊。由此得名。只有在道德顛倒的宇宙中,這才會被視為'爭議'。”

儘管共和黨不打算投票支持該法案,但眾議院共和黨領袖凱文麥卡錫在推特上寫道:“民主黨剛剛從鐵穹撤回了資金——該導彈防禦系統在哈馬斯的火箭襲擊中挽救了以色列無數生命。雖然民主黨屈服於其激進成員的反猶太主義影響,但共和黨將永遠與以色列站在一起。”

美國以色列公共事務委員會(AIPAC)在推特上回應了這一變化,稱“國會中的極端分子正在用以色列和巴勒斯坦人的生命玩弄政治。

“呼籲取消對救生防禦系統的資助是對我們價值觀的侮辱,有進一步衝突的風險,並且違背了拜登做出並得到國會領導層支持的承諾。”

House Dems remove Iron Dome funding from upcoming budget

Democratic party leadership in the US House of representatives blocked $1 billion for the Iron Dome.

By LAHAV HARKOV

SEPTEMBER 21, 2021 23:05

THE IRON Dome anti-missile system intercepts a rocket launched from the Gaza Strip toward Israel, as seen from Ashkelon last month.

(photo credit: REUTERS/AMMAR AWAD)

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Democratic Party leadership in the US House of Representatives removed about $1 billion of funding for Israel’s Iron Dome defense system on Tuesday.

The revision came after progressives in the party refused to vote for the broader bill in which the Iron Dome funding was included.

The progressive Democrats blocking the Iron Dome funding are among those who pushed to block arms to Israel during Operation Guardian of the Wall in May, according to Politico. That move was led by Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of NY, Mark Pocan of Wisconsin and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan.

The Democrats could not get the bill passed without the progressives, because Republicans would not vote for the bill, either, citing the debt ceiling as its reason. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said “the debt ceiling will be raised… by the Democrats.”

House Democratic leadership said the Iron Dome funding will be included in an eventual bipartisan defense bill for fiscal year 2022.

The bill, including Iron Dome funding, was a continuing resolution (CR), providing funding in the interim period before a new budget is passed. It also included $28.6b, in disaster aid and $6.3b. in funding for African refugees. If the CR does not pass by late December, there will likely be a government shutdown.

Iron Dome (credit: MINISTRY OF DEFENSE SPOKESPERSON'S OFFICE)

The White House began working on reversing the decision soon after it was announced, a diplomatic source said.

While funding for the Iron Dome will likely get passed in the coming months, Israel views the matter with urgency and would like it as soon as possible, a senior diplomatic source added.

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Tensions between Israel and Hamas have spiked in recent weeks, including Gazan terrorists launching rockets into Israel.

The Iron Dome is a missile defense system, which has stopped thousands of rockets launched by US-designated terrorist groups, like Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad, from striking the civilian centers at which they were aimed.

US President Joe Biden promised to replenish Israel’s Iron Dome batteries after the last round of fighting with Hamas in May, and again when he met with Prime Minister Naftali Bennett in the Oval Office last month.

Shortly before the House Democrats’ decision, Biden told the UN General Assembly: “The commitment of the United States to Israel’s security is without question and our support for an independent Jewish state is unequivocal.”

A senior diplomatic source said that just two hours before the Democrats changed course, Jerusalem was told the funding was on track. Israel wants to avoid being used for internal US political wrangling by Democrats or Republicans, the source added.

Rep. Ted Deutch (D-FL) tweeted that “Iron Dome is a defensive system used by one of our closest allies to save civilian lives. It needs to be replenished because thousands of rockets were fired by the Hamas terrorists who control Gaza. Consider this my pushing back against this decision.”

Rep. Ritchie Torres, a progressive Democrat from New York said “a missile defense system (i.e. Iron Dome) defends civilians from missiles. Hence the name. Only in a morally inverted universe would this be considered a ‘controversy.’”

Though the GOP did not intend to vote for the bill, Republican leader in the House Rep. Kevin McCarthy tweeted: “Democrats just pulled funding from the Iron Dome – the missile defense system that has saved countless lives in Israel from Hamas’ rocket attacks. While Dems capitulate to the antisemitic influence of their radical members, Republicans will always stand with Israel."

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) responded to the change on Twitter saying that "Extremists in Congress are playing politics with Israeli & Palestinian lives.

"Calling to remove funding for a lifesaving defensive system is an affront to our values, risks further conflict, and is counter to the commitment made by Biden & supported by Congressional leadership."

拜登:如果伊朗也這樣做,“我們準備恢復完全遵守”全面協議

拜登在首次聯合國講話中為從阿富汗的混亂撤軍辯護,並表示支持兩國解決方案

作者:OMRI NAHMIAS , TOVAH LAZAROFF

2021 年 9 月 21 日 22:38

美國總統喬·拜登在紐約市第 76 屆聯合國大會上發表講話

(圖片來源:路透社/愛德華多·穆諾茲/游泳池)

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美國總統喬拜登週二在聯合國大會上首次發表高級別講話時,呼籲伊朗重返核協議,並表示以色列和巴勒斯坦距離兩國仍有“很長的路要走”。

“我們正在與 P5+1 合作,與伊朗進行外交接觸,尋求重返聯合全面行動計劃。如果伊朗也這樣做,我們準備恢復完全遵守,”拜登說。

然而,他強調,“美國仍然致力於防止伊朗獲得核武器。”

自 1 月上任以來,拜登一直未能成功恢復 2015 年的伊朗協議,美國前總統唐納德特朗普政府於 2015 年退出該協議。歐盟斡旋在維也納舉行會談,以重啟德黑蘭與世界六大強國——美國之間簽署的協議、中國、俄羅斯、法國、德國和英國——上一次舉行是在 6 月。

伊朗官方通訊社 IRNA 稱,伊朗週二表示,談判將在幾週內恢復。

幾個小時後,伊朗總統易卜拉欣·賴西告訴聯合國大會,伊朗希望恢復與世界大國的核談判,以解除美國的製裁。

“伊斯蘭共和國考慮進行有益的會談,其最終結果是解除所有壓迫性的(美國)制裁,”賴西在講話中說,這是他自 6 月當選以來首次在聯合國大會上發言。

特朗普於 2018 年實施的美國製裁“是冠狀病毒大流行期間的危害人類罪”。Raisi 補充說,制裁是美國人與世界作戰的新方法。

他發誓他的國家無意發展核武器,並表示“核武器在我們的國防理論和國防政策中沒有地位”。

拜登的講話只簡短地談到了伊朗。他還就以巴衝突發表了一些簡短的評論。

他表示支持兩國解決方案,但承認我們“目前距離這個目標還有很長的路要走”。

“美國對以色列安全的承諾是毫無疑問的,我們對獨立的猶太國家的支持是明確的,但我仍然相信兩國解決方案是確保以色列未來成為一個猶太民主國家的最佳方式,生活在和平,以及一個可行的、主權和民主的巴勒斯坦國,”拜登說。“目前我們距離這個目標還有很長的路要走,但我們絕不能放棄進步的可能性。”

陽光普照在聯合國總部聯合國秘書處大樓後面。美國紐約市,2021 年 6 月 18 日。(來源:REUTERS/ANDREW KELLY/文件照片)

拜登還在演講中專門為美國從阿富汗的混亂撤軍辯護。

“我今天站在這裡是 20 年來第一次美國沒有處於戰爭狀態。我們已經翻過了這一頁,”拜登說。“所有無與倫比的力量、能量、承諾、意志和資源,我們的國家現在完全專注於我們面前的事情,而不是後面的事情。”

拜登說:“我們已經結束了阿富汗 20 年的衝突,隨著這段無情戰爭的結束,我們正在開啟一個無情外交的新時代。”

在談到從阿富汗撤軍的後果時,拜登說,“那些對我們實施恐怖主義行為的人將繼續在美國找到一個堅定的敵人。”

“不過,今天的世界不是 2001 年的世界,”拜登指出。“而美國與 20 年前我們在 9/11 襲擊時所處的國家不同。今天,我們更有能力檢測和預防恐怖主義威脅,而且我們在擊退和應對恐怖威脅方面更有彈性,”他說。

“我們將利用我們可用的全方位工具應對今天和未來出現的恐怖主義威脅,包括與當地合作夥伴合作,這樣我們就不必如此依賴大規模的軍事部署。”

拜登在闡述他對美國在國際社會中的地位的願景時解釋說,美國的軍事力量“必須是我們最後的工具,而不是我們的首選,不應被用作解決我們在世界各地看到的所有問題的答案”。

他特別談到了全球夥伴關係的重要性,因為他呼籲世界領導人聯手“建設更美好的未來”,並應對氣候變化和COVID-19等共同挑戰。

談到大流行,拜登說,世界上許多最大的擔憂“無法通過武力解決甚至解決”。

“炸彈和子彈無法抵禦 COVID-19 或其未來的變種,”他說。“為了抗擊這種流行病,我們需要科學和政治意願的集體行動。我們需要盡快進行武器注射,並擴大獲得氧氣、測試和治療的機會,以挽救世界各地的生命。”

他呼籲世界各國領導人共同努力應對氣候挑戰。“為了實現將全球變暖限制在 1.5°C 的重要目標,當我們在格拉斯哥舉行 COP26 會議時,每個國家都需要提出他們最大的抱負,”他說。

路透社為他的報導做出了貢獻。

Biden: 'We are prepared to return to full compliance' with the JCPOA if Iran does the same

In first UN address, Biden defended the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan and expressed support for the two-state solution

By OMRI NAHMIAS, TOVAH LAZAROFF

SEPTEMBER 21, 2021 22:38

US President Joe Biden addresses the 76th Session of the UN General Assembly in New York City

(photo credit: REUTERS/EDUARDO MUNOZ/POOL)

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US President Joe Biden called on Iran to return to the nuclear deal and said Israelis and Palestinians were still a “long way” from two-states, when he delivered his first high-level address to the UN General Assembly on Tuesday.

“We are working with the P5+1 to engage Iran diplomatically, to seek a return to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. We are prepared to return to full compliance if Iran does the same,” Biden said.

He underscored, however, that the “United States remains committed to preventing Iran from getting a nuclear weapon.”

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Since taking office in January, Biden has unsuccessfully sought to revive the 2015 Iran deal, which former US president Donald Trump’s administration exited in 2015. European Union-brokered talks in Vienna to restart the deal signed between Tehran and the six world powers – the US, China, Russia, France, Germany and Great Britain – were last held in June.

Iran said on Tuesday that talks would resume in a few weeks, the official Iranian news agency IRNA said.

Speaking hours later, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi told the UNGA that Iran wants a resumption of nuclear talks with world powers to lead to the removal of US sanctions.

“The Islamic Republic considers the useful talks whose ultimate outcome is the lifting of all oppressive (US) sanctions,” Raisi said in his address, which was his first before the UNGA since his election in June.

US sanctions, imposed by Trump in 2018, “were crimes against humanity during the coronavirus pandemic.” Sanctions are the Americans’ new method of war with the world, Raisi added.

He swore that his country had no intention of developing nuclear weapons, stating that “nukes have no place in our defense doctrine and defense policy.”

Biden’s address dealt only briefly with Iran. He also made a few short comments about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

He voiced support for the two-state solution but recognized that we are “long way from that goal at the moment.”

“The commitment of United States to Israel’s security is without question and our support for an independent Jewish state is unequivocal, but I continue to believe that the two-state solution is the best way to ensure Israel’s future as a Jewish democratic state, living in peace, alongside a viable, sovereign and democratic Palestinian state,” said Biden. “We’re a long way from that goal at this moment, but we must never allow ourselves to give up on the possibility of progress.”

The sun shines behind the United Nations Secretariat Building at the United Nations Headquarters. New York City, New York, U.S., June 18, 2021. (credit: REUTERS/ANDREW KELLY/FILE PHOTO)

Biden also dedicated parts of his speech to defend the US’ chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan.

“I stand here today for the first time in 20 years with the United States not at war. We’ve turned the page,” Biden said. “All the unmatched strength, energy, commitment, will and resources, our nation is now fully and squarely focused on what’s ahead of us, not what was behind.”

“We’ve ended 20 years of conflict in Afghanistan, and as we close this period of relentless war, we’re opening a new era of relentless diplomacy,” said Biden.

Speaking about the aftermath of the withdrawal from Afghanistan, Biden said that “those who commit acts of terrorism against us will continue to find a determined enemy in the United States.”

“The world today is not the world of 2001, though,” Biden noted. “And the United States is not the same country we were when we were attacked on 9/11, 20 years ago. Today, we’re better equipped to detect and prevent terrorist threats and we are more resilient in our ability to repel them and to respond,” he said.

“We’ll meet terrorist threats that arise today and in the future with a full range of tools available to us, including working in cooperation with local partners, so that we need not be so reliant on large-scale military deployments.”

US military power “must be our tool of last resort not our first and should not be used as an answer to every problem we see around the world,” Biden explained as he laid out his vision of America’s place in the international community.

He spoke in particular about the importance of global partnerships as he called on world leaders to join forces “to build a better future” and to address joint challenges such as climate change and COVID-19.

Speaking about the pandemic, Biden said that many of the world’s greatest concerns “cannot be solved or even addressed through the force of arms.”

“Bombs and bullets cannot defend against COVID-19 or its future variants,” he said. “To fight this pandemic, we need a collective act of science and political will. We need to get shots in arms as fast as possible and expand access to oxygen, tests, treatments to save lives around the world.”

He called on world leaders to work together to address climate challenges. “To keep within our reach the vital goal of limiting global warming to 1.5° Celsius, every nation needs to bring their highest possible ambitions to the table when we meet in Glasgow for COP26,” he said.

Reuters contributed to his report.

伊朗與世界大國之間的核談判將在幾週內恢復

英國外交大臣利茲·特拉斯在紐約聯合國大會期間會見了美國國務卿安東尼·布林肯。

通過路透社,耶路撒冷郵報STAFF

2021 年 9 月 21 日 16:38

2021 年 4 月 6 日,歐洲對外行動署 (EEAS) 副秘書長恩里克·莫拉 (Enrique Mora) 和伊朗外交部副部長阿巴斯·阿拉格奇 (Abbas Araghchi) 在奧地利維也納等待 JCPOA 聯合委員會會議的開始

(圖片來源:歐盟駐維也納代表團/通過路透社提供的資料)

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據伊朗官方通訊社 IRNA 報導,伊朗週二表示,將在幾週內恢復與世界大國就恢復其 2015 年核協議的談判。

“每次會議都需要事先協調和準備議程。正如之前強調的那樣,維也納會談將很快恢復,並在接下來的幾週內恢復,”伊朗外交部發言人賽義德·哈蒂布扎德說,據 IRNA 報導。

該報告是在英國外交部周二早些時候表示英國和美國同意伊朗需要返回維也納就聯合全面行動計劃(JCPOA)進行談判之後不久發布的。

英國外交大臣利茲·特拉斯在紐約聯合國大會期間會見了美國國務卿安東尼·布林肯,並就伊朗、阿富汗和美澳英三邊安全夥伴關係進行了討論。

歐盟外交政策負責人何塞普博雷爾告訴記者,英國、中國、法國、德國和俄羅斯的部長本週不會在聯合國與伊朗會面,討論恢復核協議談判。

世界大國在維也納舉行了美國和伊朗之間的六輪間接會談,試圖找出雙方如何重新遵守核協議,該協議於 2018 年被美國前總統唐納德特朗普放棄。

特朗普重新對伊朗實施嚴厲制裁,伊朗隨後開始違反對其核計劃的限制。德黑蘭表示其核計劃僅用於和平能源目的。

美國總統唐納德特朗普結束了 JCPOA。(信用:路透社)

上週,國防部長本尼·甘茨Benny Gantz)表示,以色列可以接受重返美國斡旋的伊朗核協議,但他們呼籲華盛頓準備好在談判惡化時展示實力。

甘茨在談到美國總統喬·拜登的努力時說:“美國目前將伊朗核計劃放回盒子裡的做法,我接受這一點,但補充說,他希望美國製定一個包含經濟制裁的 B 計劃,”並提到以色列的C計劃,其中涉及軍事反應。

Nuclear talks between Iran and world powers to resume within a few weeks

UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss met US Secretary of State Antony Blinken during the UN General Assembly in New York.

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SEPTEMBER 21, 2021 16:38

European External Action Service (EEAS) Deputy Secretary General Enrique Mora and Iranian Deputy at Ministry of Foreign Affairs Abbas Araghchi wait for the start of a meeting of the JCPOA Joint Commission in Vienna, Austria April 6, 2021

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Iran said on Tuesday that talks with world powers over reviving its 2015 nuclear deal would resume in a few weeks, the official Iranian news agency IRNA reported.

"Every meeting requires prior coordination and the preparation of an agenda. As previously emphasized, the Vienna talks will resume soon and over the next few weeks," Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said, according to IRNA.

The report came soon after the UK Foreign Office said earlier on Tuesday that Britain and the United States agreed on the need for Iran to return to negotiations in Vienna on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

US PRESIDENT Donald Trump ends the JCPOA. (credit: REUTERS)

Last week, Defense Minister Benny Gantz said Israel could accept a return to a US-brokered Iran nuclear deal, but they are calling on Washington to have a demonstration of power ready should negotiations turn sour.

“The current US approach of putting the Iran nuclear program back in a box, I’d accept that,” Gantz said, referring to US President Joe Biden's efforts, but added that he wants the US to have a plan B with economic sanctions, and referred to Israel's plan C, which involves a military response.

COVID:以色列夫婦在測試呈陽性後在希臘被捕

希臘機場當局逮捕了這對夫婦,儘管他們的 COVID-19 檢測呈陽性,但仍試圖進入他們的預定航班。

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遊客於 2020 年 9 月 8 日進入希臘克里特島伊拉克利翁機場候機室。 遊客於 2020 年 9 月 8 日進入希臘克里特島伊拉克利翁機場候機室。

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據希臘新聞媒體 Ekriti 報導,一對以色列夫婦在周一晚上檢測出COVID-19呈陽性後,因試圖逃跑而在克里特島被捕。

在伊拉克利翁國際機場進行的例行檢測中,丈夫的冠狀病毒檢測呈陽性。據希臘報導,據信他和他的妻子都與確診的 COVID 病例有密切接觸。

儘管 COVID-19 檢測呈陽性,但希臘機場當局仍獲悉這對夫婦試圖進入預定航班。

警察拘留了這對夫婦並給他們戴上手銬,並將他們安置在克里特島伊拉克利翁的一家隔離酒店。

2021 年 8 月 11 日,以色列人在耶路撒冷 Meuhedet 健康維護組織中心接受 COVID 檢測。(圖片來源:MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)

希臘目前被以色列衛生部列為橙色國家,這意味著接種了兩次疫苗的以色列遊客可以進入希臘,而無需進行陰性的 COVID 測試。

9 月初,衛生部決定免除從橙色國家返回時接受 COVID-19 助推器注射的以色列人的隔離。

6 月,前旅遊部長 Orit Farkash-Hacohen在雅典旅遊年度會議上會見了希臘同行,並就從希臘返回的以色列人的冠狀病毒檢測價格以及將使用和接受的檢測類型達成了一致。

COVID: Israeli couple arrested in Greece after testing positive

Greek airport authorities arrested the couple who had attempted to enter their scheduled flight despite a positive COVID-19 test.

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SEPTEMBER 21, 2021 12:36

Tourists enter the departures lounge of the airport of Heraklion, on the island of Crete, Greece, September 8, 2020.Tourists enter the departures lounge of the airport of Heraklion, on the island of Crete, Greece, September 8, 2020.

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An Israeli couple was arrested in Crete for trying to escape after testing positive for COVID-19 on Monday night, Greek news outlet Ekriti reported.

The husband tested positive for coronavirus during routine testing done at Heraklion International Airport. Both he and his wife were believed to be in close contact with a confirmed COVID case, according to Greek reports.

Greek airport authorities were notified of the couple attempting to enter their scheduled flight despite the positive COVID-19 test.

Police officers detained and handcuffed the couple and placed them at a quarantine hotel in Heraklion, Crete.

Israeli receiving a COVID test at Meuhedet Health Maintenance Organization center in Jerusalem on August 11, 2021. (credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)

Greece is currently listed as an orange country by the Israeli Health Ministry, meaning Israeli tourists who were vaccinated twice can enter Greece without a negative COVID test.

Earlier in September, the Health Ministry made a decision to exempt Israelis who received the COVID-19 booster shot from isolation when returning from orange countries.

In June, former Tourism Minister Orit Farkash-Hacohen met with her Greek counterpart at the annual conference for tourism in Athens and agreed on the price of coronavirus tests for Israelis returning from Greece, as well the type of tests to be used and accepted.

哈馬斯提出與以色列交換囚犯的“路線圖”

人們普遍認為,埃及人正在引領以色列和哈馬斯達成協議的努力。

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Yahya Sinwar 於 2011 年 10 月 18 日抵達埃及和加沙之間的拉法過境點,在被以色列釋放後作為被綁架士兵吉拉德·沙利特的囚犯交換的一部分

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哈馬斯政治局成員扎赫爾·賈巴林 (Zaher Jabarin) 週一表示,哈馬斯已向調解人提供了與以色列達成囚犯交換協議的“清晰路線圖” 。

Jabarin 沒有提供有關所謂路線圖的詳細信息。他也沒有透露參與達成囚犯交換協議的接觸的調解員的名字,儘管人們普遍認為埃及人正在領導努力確保以色列和哈馬斯之間達成協議。

他說,哈馬斯領導層及其武裝部隊“特別關注囚犯的問題,尤其是那些長期服刑的人。”

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賈巴林說,哈馬斯還堅持釋放所有在吉拉德·沙利特囚犯交換協議中獲釋後再次被捕的前囚犯。

2011 年的交易由德國和埃及的調解人促成,釋放了 1,027 名巴勒斯坦囚犯,以換取被關押在加沙地帶的被綁架的以色列國防軍士兵沙利特。

賈巴林在一份聲明中說:“釋放被重新逮捕的上次掉期交易的囚犯將是完成任何即將到來的交易的條件。” “佔領方試圖在不付出任何代價的情況下獲取有關其士兵的信息。”

以色列人 Hadar Goldin、Oron Shaul、Avera Mengistu 和 Hisham Al-Sayed 在加沙被哈馬斯關押(圖片來源:COURTESY OF THE FAMILY/FACEBOOK)

哈馬斯官員聲稱,以色列試圖將重建加沙地帶的問題與交換囚犯聯繫起來。

“哈馬斯和抵抗運動領導人斷然拒絕了它,並告知所有調解人不可能將兩個文件聯繫起來,”他補充說。

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哈馬斯手裡拿著在 2014 年與以色列的戰爭中陣亡的以色列國防軍士兵 Oron Shaul 和 Hadar Goldin的屍體,以及兩名以色列公民 Avera Mengistu 和 Hisham al-Sayed 的屍體,他們在分別為 2014 年和 2015 年。

Hamas presents ‘roadmap’ for prisoner swap with Israel

It is widely believed that the Egyptians are leading efforts to secure a deal between Israel and Hamas.

By KHALED ABU TOAMEH

SEPTEMBER 21, 2021 19:56

Yahya Sinwar arrives at the Rafah crossing between Egypt and Gaza on October 18, 2011, after being released by Israel as part of a prisoner swap for kidnapped soldier Gilad Schalit

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Hamas has presented mediators with a “clear road map” for a prisoner exchange agreement with Israel, Zaher Jabarin, a member of the Hamas political bureau, said on Monday.

Jabarin did not provide details about the alleged road map. He also did not name the mediators involved in the contacts to reach a prisoner exchange agreement, although it is widely believed that the Egyptians are leading efforts to secure a deal between Israel and Hamas.

He said the Hamas leadership and its armed wing “pay special attention to the prisoners’ issue, especially those serving lengthy sentences.”

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Jabarin said Hamas was also insisting on the release of all ex-prisoners who were re-arrested after being freed in the Gilad Shalit prisoner exchange deal.

The 2011 deal, brokered by German and Egyptian mediators, saw the release of 1,027 Palestinian prisoners in return for kidnapped IDF soldier Shalit, who was being held in the Gaza Strip.

“Freeing the prisoners of the last swap deal who were re-arrested will be a condition for the completion of any upcoming deal,” Jabarin said in a statement. “The occupation tries to obtain information about its soldiers without paying any price.”

Israelis Hadar Goldin, Oron Shaul, Avera Mengistu and Hisham Al-Sayed being held by Hamas in Gaza (credit: COURTESY OF THE FAMILY/FACEBOOK)

The Hamas official claimed that Israel tried to link the issue of the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip with a prisoner exchange.

“Hamas and the resistance leadership categorically rejected it and informed all mediators of the impossibility of linking the two files,” he added.

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Hamas is holding the bodies of IDF soldiers Oron Shaul and Hadar Goldin, who were killed in the 2014 war with Israel, as well as two Israeli citizens, Avera Mengistu and Hisham al-Sayed, who crossed into the Gaza Strip of their own accord in 2014 and 2015, respectively.

從 COVID 中康復的入境旅客不再需要 PCR 檢測

衛生部更新紅色、橙色和黃色國家/地區清單 • 40% 的每日新增 COVID 病例是阿拉伯人

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2021 年 8 月 5 日,由於以色列更多地限制航空旅行,旅客在本古里安國際機場 3 號航站樓戴上防護口罩。

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衛生部在住棚節開始前宣布,在過去三個月內從 COVID-19 中康復的個人將不再需要在登上飛往以色列的航班之前進行 PCR 測試。

到目前為止,康復者必須提前向例外委員會提交申請表,才能免於接受 PCR 測試。現在,根據部際例外委員會周日深夜做出的決定,這項請求將是不必要的。

要獲得資格,旅行者必須在 11 天到三個月前測試呈陽性。除了填寫入境旅客聲明外,他們還必須出示陽性測試結果,這是任何進入該國的人所必需的。

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抗原或其他測試的陽性測試結果不符合條件,但以色列的不基於 PCR 測試且在過去三個月內簽發的恢復證書就足夠了。

委員會表示,該決定已傳達給航空公司,並立即生效。

當然,這並不會改變入境規則。

由 AID Genomics 處理的 PCR 測試(來源:AID GENOMICS)

迄今為止,以色列不對個人遊客開放,而只對居住在以色列的人的一級親屬和其他特定群體開放——所有這些都得到了特別的批准。也允許小型的、預先批准的旅遊團體參觀。

所有以色列人都可以自由進入該國。

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衛生部還在周一更新了紅色、橙色和黃色國家的名單。從 9 月 27 日開始,墨西哥將不再是一個紅色或被禁止的國家。

只剩下三個紅色國家:保加利亞、巴西和土耳其。要前往紅色國家,人們必須獲得例外委員會的特別批准。

黃色國家名單也出爐:奧地利、巴林、中國、塞浦路斯、捷克、加蓬、香港、新西蘭、波蘭、斯洛伐克、台灣和烏拉圭。

所有其他國家/地區都被視為橙色。

自 9 月 3 日起,已接受第三次加強注射的人——或在過去六個月內接種過兩劑經批准的疫苗、康復或在康復後接種過一次疫苗的人——不再需要隔離七到八次。 14 天返回。相反,他們可以在機場進行 PCR 測試,並在獲得陰性結果或 24 小時後被釋放 - 以先到者為準。

未接種疫苗或未康復的人入境時必須隔離 7 至 14 天,無論他們來自何處。

據 N12 週二晚報導,以色列已要求歐盟和美國僅將符合以色列標準的以色列人視為已接種疫苗。這意味著任何 12 歲以上的人在六個月前接種了兩次疫苗並且沒有接種加強疫苗的人都不會被視為在國外接種了疫苗。

新聞台還提到,自從美國食品藥品監督管理局上週裁定,目前還沒有足夠的證據可以給所有超過16 歲,但僅限於 65 歲以上的人。該電台表示,由於住棚節假期,外出的人數也可能減少。

這對感染率居高不下的以色列來說是個壞消息。

根據衛生部周一公佈的數據,週日檢測出冠狀病毒呈陽性的人中約有 40% 來自阿拉伯人。與此同時,所有新病例中約有 40% 是 11 歲以下的兒童。

這兩個數據點可能齊頭並進,因為與 9 月 1 日開始上學但大部分時間都在家裡過猶太假期的猶太兒童不同,阿拉伯兒童一直在繼續學習。

“最近幾天我們看到有所增加,”衛生部阿拉伯部門負責人 Ayman Saif 在接受 Ynet 採訪時說。“我們的教育系統是完全開放的,這個月學生們都在正常學習,大部分的發病率都在學校裡。”

他說,“相當多的教室”已關閉,兒童被隔離,這導致檢測增加,並且從邏輯上講,發現了更多隱藏或無症狀的冠狀病毒病例。

總的來說,衛生部報告說,週日診斷出 6,456 例新病例,在 126,000 人中約有 5% 的人檢測呈陽性。這是自 8 月中旬以來最低的陽性率之一。週一晚上,它報告了 8,691 人——這也是接受篩查的 172,000 多人中的 5% 左右。

截至週一晚上,有 710 人被列為病情嚴重,其中 187 人已經通風。重症病例基本穩定在700例左右。

大多數住院和嚴重病例往往發生在老年人和/或未接種疫苗的人群中。根據衛生部的最新數據,近 70% 的嚴重病例未接種疫苗。與此同時,上個月住院的重症患者中有80%的年齡在50歲以上。

在上個月死亡的 129 人中,有 80 多人沒有接種疫苗。

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Health Ministry updates list of red, orange and yellow countries • 40% of new daily COVID cases are Arabs

By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN

SEPTEMBER 21, 2021 23:08

Travellers wear protective face masks at Terminal 3, Ben Gurion International Airport, as Israel restricts air travel more, on August 05, 2021.

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Individuals who have recovered from COVID-19 within the last three months will no longer be required to take a PCR test before boarding a flight to Israel, the Health Ministry announced just before the start of Sukkot.

Until now, recoverers had to submit an application form to the Exceptions Committee in advance in order to be exempt from taking a PCR test. Now, this request will not be necessary, according to a decision made by the Inter-Ministerial Exceptions Committee late Sunday night.

To qualify, travelers must have tested positive between 11 days and three months prior. They must present their positive test result in addition to filling out the incoming passenger statement, which is required for anyone entering the country.

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The committee said the decision was already conveyed to the airlines and goes into effect immediately.

This does not change the rules for entering the country, of course.

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To date, Israel is not open to individual tourists but only to first-degree relatives of people living in Israel and select groups of others – all with special approval. Small, pre-approved tourist groups are also allowed to visit.

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The Health Ministry also updated the list of red, orange and yellow countries on Monday. Beginning September 27, Mexico will no longer be a red or banned country.

Only three red countries remain: Bulgaria, Brazil and Turkey. To travel to red countries, people must obtain special approval from the Exceptions Committee.

The list of yellow countries was also released: Austria, Bahrain, China, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Gabon, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Poland, Slovakia, Taiwan and Uruguay.

All other countries are considered orange.

As of September 3, people who have received a third booster shot – or within the last six months have been vaccinated with two doses of an approved vaccine, recovered or have received one shot after recovering – are no longer required to be isolated for seven to 14 days on return. Instead, they can take a PCR test at the airport and be released once a negative result is obtained or 24 hours has passed – whichever comes first.

People who are not vaccinated or recovered must be isolated for seven to 14 days when they enter the country regardless of where they came from.

Israel has asked the European Union and the United States to only consider Israelis as vaccinated if they meet the Israeli criteria, N12 reported Tuesday night. This would mean that anyone over the age of 12 who was vaccinated with two shots more than six months ago and has not gotten the booster shot would not be considered vaccinated abroad.

The news station also mentioned that the daily rate of people being administered the third shot has declined by around 20% per day, since the US Food and Drug Administration ruled last week that there was not yet enough evidence to give third shots to all people over the age of 16 but only to those over 65. It is also likely that fewer people are turning out because of the Sukkot holiday, the station said.

That’s bad news for Israel, where the infection rate has remained high.

About 40% of people who tested positive for coronavirus on Sunday were from the Arab population, according to data released Monday by the Health Ministry. At the same time, about 40% of all new cases were children under the age of 11.

The two data points likely go hand-in-hand since, unlike Jewish children who started school on September 1 but have largely been at home for the Jewish holidays, Arab children have continued learning straight through.

“There is an increase we are seeing in recent days,” said Ayman Saif, head of the Arab desk for the Health Ministry in an interview with Ynet. “Our education system is completely open and the students are studying normally this month, and most of the morbidity is in the schools.”

He said that “quite a few classrooms” are closed and children are in isolation, which has led to an increase in testing, and logically more hidden or asymptomatic cases of coronavirus have been found.

In general, the Health Ministry reported that 6,456 new cases were diagnosed on Sunday, with around 5% of the 126,000 people screened testing positive. This is one of the lowest positivity rates since mid-August. On Monday night, it reported 8,691 - also around 5% of the more than 172,000 people who were screened.

There were 710 people classified as being in serious condition, including 187 who were ventilated as of Monday night. The number of serious cases has largely remained stable at around 700.

The majority of hospitalized and serious cases tend to be among older and/or unvaccinated people. Nearly 70% of serious cases were unvaccinated, according to the ministry’s latest data. At the same time, 80% of those hospitalized in serious condition in the last month were over the age of 50.

Of the 129 people who died in the last month, more than 80 were unvaccinated.

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