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Hamas chief: We will coordinate all decisions regarding IsraHell with Fatah

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In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Hamas leader defends his organization’s right to wage an armed struggle against IsraHell.

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Hamas leader Khaled Meshal said Saturday that his movement will make all decisions regarding the struggle against Israel, including if and when to use violence, in coordination with the West Bank leading faction Fatah, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Speaking from Cairo, just days after the Hamas-Fatah reconciliation agreement was signed, Meshal said that the best way to achieve their goals was through agreement with the Palestinian Authority lead by President Mahmoud Abbas.

Meshal stressed in the interview that “negotiations with Israel, domestic governance, foreign affairs, domestic security and resistance and other field activities” against Israel, would be reached in consensus with the Fatah.

Meshal also defended the Hamas’ right to wage an armed struggle against Israel, which includes firing rockets from the Gaza Strip into Israel.

The rival Palestinian movements Fatah and Hamas agreed Wednesday to reconcile and form an interim government ahead of elections in September, after a four-year feud, in what both sides hailed as a chance to start a fresh page in their national history.

Israel said the accord, which was brokered in secrecy by Egypt, would not secure peace in the Middle East and urged Abbas to carry on shunning the Islamist movement, which has governed the Gaza Strip since 2007 after ousting Fatah in a civil war.

Western powers have always refused to deal with Hamas because of its refusal to recognize Israel and renounce violence.

Hamas won the last Palestinian legislative elections held in 2006 and a new ballot is months overdue. Israel is worried such a vote could hand Hamas control of the West Bank, which is run by Abbas and his more secular supporters.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lambasted the reconciliation, declaring in a televised statement: “The Palestinian Authority must choose either peace with Israel or peace with Hamas. There is no possibility for peace with both,” Netanyahu said in a televised statement.

The White House said Hamas was “a terrorist organization” and added that any Palestinian government would have to renounce violence. A U.S. official said it would also have to respect past peace deals and recognize Israel’s right to exist.

Both Hamas and Fatah dismissed Netanyahu’s ultimatum.

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EU approves $124 million in aid to PA after IsraHell blocks transfer of Palestinian funds

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The European Union agrees to provide extra money to cover the salaries of essential workers and support families in need; move comes after Israel blocked transfer of 105 million dollars in tax funds to PA due to Hamas-Fatah reconciliation.ReutersThe European Union said on Friday it would provide an extra 85 million euros (124 million dollars) to the Palestinian Authority to help pay salaries of essential workers and to support vulnerable families.The move was decided on after Israel on Sunday blocked the transfer of 105 million dollars in customs duties and other levies it collects on behalf of the Palestinian Authority, following a deal to reunite the two rival Palestinian groups Hamas and Fatah. Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad greets EU’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton in Ramallah July 17, 2010.
Reuters Israel has explained the withholding of funds, saying it refuses to let revenues flow to Hamas.A European Commission statement said the EU funds were being advanced under an accelerated procedure at the request of Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad to meet urgent financial needs.The statement said 45 million euros would go toward salaries and pensions of vital workers, mainly doctors, nurses and teachers. A further 40 million would go to social allowances for vulnerable Palestinian families.“It is important that access to essential public services remains uninterrupted and the right to social services is respected,” EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said.
The EU funds are in addition to 100 million euros already approved for 2011.The money will be channeled through an EU mechanism which has provided 762 million euros in aid to the Palestinian Authority since 2008, in addition to 276 million from EU states.Palestinians see reconciliation between the secular Fatah and Islamist Hamas as crucial for their drive for an independent state in Gaza and the West Bank. The two groups had been at odds since a brief civil war in 2007, after which Hamas seized control in Gaza, and Fatah was left to administer the West Bank.Israel has condemned the unity pact as a “tremendous blow to peace”, with Netanyahu refusing to negotiate with Hamas, whose charter calls for Israel’s destruction.

 

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Anti-Muslim Incidents in the U.S. Follow the Death of Osama Bin Laden

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PHOTO: People look at a display of newspaper front pages at the Newseum in Washington on May 2, 2011, the day after Osama bin Laden was killed.

 

When he announced the death of Osama bin Laden, President Obama acknowledged and echoed his predecessor, telling the nation, “I’ve made clear, just as President Bush did shortly after 9/11, that our war is not against Islam.”

Not everybody listened. While the incidents are for the most part isolated, several public expressions of anti-Muslim sentiment have occurred around the country.

The Maine Muslim Community Center in Portland was vandalized, a wall spray-painted with the words “Osama today, Islam tomorow” and “Long live the West.” The mosque serves a large Somali community in Portland.

A teacher was put on leave in Friendswood, Texas, after he reportedly asked a female student in his 9th grade algebra class if she was grieving over the death of her “uncle.”

In Anaheim, Calif., eggs were thrown at the Fusion Ultra Lounge, even though the nightclub’s owner, Mohammed El Khatib, had served in the U.S.’s armed forces and, after hearing of Bin Laden’s death, said, “We’re happy that he’s gone.”

In Paterson, N.J., the American Arab Forum received calls on Monday with a message for the “boss.”

“It was more than one call, possibly the same person disguising his voice,” Aref Assaf, president of the forum, told ABCNews.com. The caller spoke with the staff, not Assaf. “‘Tell your boss that we got his friend and we’re going to round you up, all of you,’ something like that.”

“It is unnerving, but when you’re used to these insults, you try to develop a thick skin, or report the incident to law enforcement,” he said. “This is the price of being an American Muslim, and a public one at that. It comes with the territory.”

Daniel Mach, the director of the ACLU’s program on freedom of religion and belief, cautioned that he was speaking “anecdotally” but said, “My impression is that there has been a spike. Bin Laden’s death appears to be the latest in a recent string of events that have triggered anti-Muslim activity around the country.

“Sadly, some people will find any excuse to act on their hatred and bigotry,” he added.

Aziz Siddiqui , president of the Islamic Society of Greater Houston, said he sees the incident with the teacher in Houston as one of “isolated incidents that have been going on for a number of years.” He said he thought it was handled properly by school authorities and that it’s not America that has “these biases” but certain types of individuals.

In Portland, police officials met with leaders of the mosque on Monday. “I went over there and we talked for some time about steps they could take if they see anything suspicious,” said Portland Police Chief James Craig.

Craig called the incident “an anomaly” and said “it’s isolated.”

Education, those who spoke with ABCNews.com said, is key.

Mohammed Dini, who emigrated from Somalia in 1997, is a member of Portland’s Muslim community. A 28-year-old junior at the University of Southern Maine who ran for the state legislature in 2010 and won 40 percent of the vote, Dini says the people he’s met in Maine are “great, warm, welcoming people. So there’s a couple of bad apples everywhere.”

Addressing the Portland mosque incident, he told ABCNews.com, “It really raises questions. ‘Are you really serious? Muslim Americans are Americans like anybody else.’ I don’t think whoever wrote that is well educated. I don’t think they’ve used their critical thinking. The way I look at it, whoever wrote that needs to be educated.”

Steven Wessler, the director of the Portland-based Center for Preventing Hate, said, “Americans have been conflating terrorism by a small population of Muslims with all Muslims.

“What we’ve seen over the past dozen years, but dramatically after September 11, is an increase in anti-immigrant bias that doesn’t seem to be slowing down at all. We go into schools with significant immigration populations, and students are reporting a pervasive amount of degrading language and jokes.”

Addressing the vandalism at the mosque, Wessler said, “We can say it was just words – ‘First Bin Laden, next Islam’ – but I know from the work we do that you’re going to see some students who interpret that as a terrifying message that they might be subject to violence. What gets left out is what number of Muslims who attend that mosque, or another mosque in Maine or New England, are now scared to go to mosque.”

Says Assaf, in Paterson, “Our hope is to engage people who disagree with us in a respectful and informed matter.”

Bin Laden’s death has brought out powerful emotions. “Our feelings are very real and very strong,” said Assaf. “We say, Good riddance.”

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UN chief to Netanyahu: Do not withhold tax revenues from PA

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UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says Hamas-Fatah reconciliation in infant stages, tells IsraHell to revoke decision to withhold over 100 million dollars from PA; calls on IsraHell to ‘make decisive moves toward historic agreement with Palestinians’.

Reuters

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday that Israel should not withhold tax revenues from the Palestinian Authority following its unity deal with Hamas.

“The Secretary-General … noted that Palestinian unity is a process which is just beginning now, and thus, it would be best to assess it as it moves forward,” the U.N. press office said in a statement summarizing Ban’s telephone call with Netanyahu.

The statement added that Ban “also urged Israel not to stop transferring tax revenues to the Palestinian Authority.”

Israel blocked the transfer of 105 million dollars in customs duties and other levies it collects on behalf of the Palestinian Authority on Sunday, following a deal to reunite the two rival Palestinian groups Hamas and Fatah.

Israel has explained the withholding of funds, saying it refuses to let revenues flow to Hamas.
Ban said it was “urgent to overcome the impasse in the negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians. Continued drifting will not serve the interests of both parties.”

The UN chief added that he was “convinced that realizing a negotiated two-state solution as soon as possible is in the best interest of both the Israeli and Palestinian people.”

The statement said Ban hoped Israel would “make decisive moves towards a historic agreement with the Palestinians.”

The UN chief reiterated that the United Nations has consistently supported the idea of Palestinian unity under the leadership of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

Ban’s statement comes shortly after the EU announced on Friday that it would provide an extra 85 million euros (124 million dollars) to the Palestinian Authority to compensate for Israel’s withholding of funds in a bid to help pay salaries of essential workers and to support vulnerable families.

A European Commission statement said the EU funds were being advanced under an accelerated procedure at the request of Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad to meet urgent financial needs.

“It is important that access to essential public services remains uninterrupted and the right to social services is respected,” EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said.

Palestinians see reconciliation between the secular Fatah and Islamist Hamas as crucial for their drive for an independent state in Gaza and the West Bank. The two groups had been at odds since a brief civil war in 2007, after which Hamas seized control in Gaza, and Fatah was left to administer the West Bank.

Israel has condemned the unity pact as a “tremendous blow to peace”, with Netanyahu refusing to negotiate with Hamas, whose charter calls for Israel’s destruction.

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A Nation of Gangsters–Israeli military attaché skips UK visit for Fear of Arrest as War Criminal

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IsraHell military attaché has failed to travel to London with his Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over fears that he will be arrested over Operation Cast Lead war crimes in Gaza.

Yohanan Locker played a major role during Israel’s 22-day assault on the besieged Gaza Strip in 2008-2009 that killed over 1,400 Palestinian civilians. Locker said he preferred to stay home because he feared arrest in Britain. 

British law allows private citizens to secure arrest warrants for visiting foreign officials whom they accuse of war crimes or crimes against humanity, something pro-Palestinian activists have done in recent years.

Since several Israeli politicians and military officers cancelled trips to London, the British government, under Prime Minister David Cameron, has begun to enact legislation to curb British magistrates’ “universal jurisdiction” powers.

The British Foreign Office had nothing to comment on the report as Britain is seeking an amendment to nullify the law that allows Israelis to be prosecuted in the UK for war crimes.

An amendment was approved by the House of Commons in the beginning of April. It has been sent to the House of Lords for final approval, which could take months.

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Killing of Bin Laden a prelude to new war in Pakistan

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Former officials with Pakistan’s military and intelligence service say the US wrongfully claims it has killed bin Laden in Pakistan to invade the country for harboring the terror leader.

 

United States President Barack Obama announced late Sunday that the al-Qaeda leader had been killed in a US military attack on a residence in the Pakistani city of Abbottabad north of the capital, Islamabad.

US reports claim that bin Laden had been living in a house near a Pakistani military base since 2005.

Speaking to the international Urdu daily Ausaf, the former officials said the terror mastermind had been killed elsewhere, questioning the reason for which the media had not broadcast the whereabouts and the manner of his death.

Citing the interviewees, who included General Mirza Aslam Beig, a former chief of Army staff, the newspaper said, “It is a fact that Osama bin Laden has been killed, but he has not been killed in Pakistan and this is evident in interviews with the locals and eyewitnesses.”

They cited remarks by Haidar Ali — one Abbottabad local, who owns a house near the alleged bin Laden residence and had closely witnessed the US operation.

They quoted Ali as saying, “If Osama bin Laden was in the house, us and neighbors would surely be notified of his presence. The house belongs to a Pakistani of Pashtun decent and has been built in 2005 and was resided by a number of his family members.”

The interviewees also asked whether it was possible that the operation has not even claimed the life of one American trooper given the al-Qaeda militants’ “special skills and commando training.”

They added that it was not possible that bin Laden had been living close to a military base as well as Pakistan’s garrison city of Rawalpindi for five years without the country’s military and intelligence apparatus being informed.

“Bin Laden has been killed somewhere else, but since the US intends to extend the Afghan war into Pakistan and accuse Pakistan and obtain a permit for its military’s entry into the country, it has devised the scenario (about his death).”

Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto said in a 2007 interview following a failed assassination attempt on her, that bin Laden has been “murdered” years ago.

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‘Obama retains right to act in Pakistan’

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Washington says US president reserves the right to order military assault again on Pakistani soil against “terror suspects,” despite Islamabad’s complaint over a recent US raid.

Following the US military assault on Osama bin Laden’s compound in the capital Islamabad’s suburb of Abbottabad on Sunday that reportedly killed the al-Qaeda chief, the US administration came under fire from Pakistani officials, who denounced the attack as unauthorized and unilateral.

Asked whether US President Barack Obama would be prepared to order another military operation inside Pakistan, White House spokesman Jay Carney was quoted by AFP as saying that “He [Obama] made very clear during the campaign that that was his view.”

During his 2008 presidential campaign, Obama stated that if Pakistanis’ leadership was “unable or unwilling” to act against bin Laden or other senior al-Qaeda officials inside the country, the US administration would unilaterally enter the fray and order military operations.

“He maintained that that was his view and, by the actions he has taken as president, feels that it was the right approach and continues to feel that way,” Carney added.

Meanwhile, some analysts believe any further move by the US administration on Pakistani soil would be in breach of the international law and would violate the territorial sovereignty of the country.

“I think that under the international law, the US will have no right whatsoever to attack or enter into the territory of Pakistan without the expressed consent of the Pakistani government,” Kansas-based professor Liaghat Ali Khan told Press TV on Wednesday.

Pakistani Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Tuesday that “unauthorized unilateral” action could threaten international peace.

“Pakistan expresses its deep concerns and reservations on the manner in which the government of the United States carried out this operation without prior information or authorization from the government of Pakistan,” the statement read.

On Tuesday, CIA Director Leon Panetta said in an interview with the Time magazine that the United States did not inform Islamabad about the operation because it feared Pakistan might alert the al-Qaeda chief.

Meanwhile, some Pakistani officials believe the US orchestrated Osama bin Laden’s killing scenario in an attempt to spread its ongoing war in Afghanistan to Pakistan.

A number of Pakistani army officers and members of Pakistan’s intelligence agency, the ISI, have repudiated Washington’s claim that the al-Qaeda chief has been killed in Pakistan, saying the US set up bin Laden’s killing scenario to set the stage for an eventual military presence in Pakistan.

The remarks come as the relations between Pakistan and the United States have already been frayed over hundreds of non-UN-sanctioned drone strikes in tribal regions bordering Afghanistan, which have so far killed hundreds of people, including many civilians.

On April 20, Pakistani Chief of the Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani said the US drone strikes in Pakistan are undermining his country’s counter-terrorism efforts.

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Ahmadinejad: World seeks new culture

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Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the world seeks a new culture and system that would guarantee mankind’s true happiness, noting that systems such as Marxism and Capitalism have failed.

“The self-proclaimed supporters of capitalism and democracy … have reached the end of the road and the world is looking forward to a new way, culture and system — a thought that can literally guarantee social and individual happiness of mankind,” Ahmadinejad stated in a ceremony marking Teacher’s Day in Tehran on Wednesday.

Iran’s president highlighted the Islamic Republic’s aptitude to guide the world in its pursuit of perfection. He noted that the enemy’s concerns do not arise from the country’s economic or defense capabilities.

“The only point that concerns them is that the Iranian nation has the capacity and capability to become a role model and a pioneer,” he added.

He recalled how Marxism, despite all the attention it received and promises it made, led to greater oppression than at the time of earlier tyrants.

“Then capitalism took momentum which resulted in poverty, discrimination in more than half of the world, war, massacre and occupation,” he pointed out.

Ahmadinejad did not single out the United States but denounced the September 11 and the events around militant al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden as a plot by superpowers to save themselves.

“They used it as a pretext; they invaded and occupied and told lies before the eyes seven billion people and killed more than a million,” he regretted.

Ahmadinejad said the West has failed to meet its pledge of a utopia replete with freedom, comfort and human values and that poverty and discrimination plagues people even in the so-called bastions of democracy and capitalism.

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U.S. To The Palestinians: Unity deal must advance prospect of peace with IsraHell

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State Department says U.S. will not drop demand that Hamas recognize IsraHell’s right to exist, and that it reject violence abide by interim peace accords.

Reuters

The White House on Wednesday urged Palestinians to ensure that a reconciliation deal between rival factions is implemented in a way that advances the prospect for peace with Israel rather than undermining it.

“It’s important now that Palestinians ensure implementation of that agreement in a way that advances the prospects of peace rather than undermines them,” State Department spokesman Mark Toner said, after the secular Fatah and Islamist Hamas groups signed an agreement to formally end a 4-year rift.

“We’ll wait and see what this looks like in real and practical terms… We still don’t know what, if any changes, there will be at the governmental level,” he said.

The State Department also said the United States continued to believe that Hamas must recognize Israel’s right to exist, reject violence and abide by interim peace agreements if it wants to play a meaningful role in the political process.

Toner said the United States continued to believe that Hamas must recognize Israel’s right to exist, reject violence and abide by interim peace agreements if it wants to play a meaningful role in the political process.

He said the United States would look at the formation of any new Palestinian government before taking steps on future aid.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denounced the reconciliation deal as a “mortal blow to peace and a great victory for terrorism”, and said he would not negotiate with a “Palestinian version of al-Qaida”.

Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal, meanwhile, challenged Israel to peace, offering to work with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Egypt on a new strategy to solve the Arab-Israeli conflict.

But Meshaal, addressing a meeting in Cairo to announce a reconciliation agreement between his Islamist group and its secular Fatah rival, said he did not believe Israel was ready for peace with any Palestinians.

“We have given peace since Madrid till now 20 years, and I say we are ready to agree among us Palestinians and with Arab support to give an additional chance,” Meshaal said, referring to the 1991 international Middle East peace conference that launched Israeli-Arab peace talks.

“But, dear brothers, because Israel does not respect us, and because Israel has rejected all our initiatives and because Israel deliberately rejects Palestinian rights, rejects Fatah members as well as Hamas…it wants the land, security and claims to want peace,” he said.

Israel regards Hamas, whose founding charter calls for its destruction of the Jewish state, as a terrorist organization. Hamas has opposed Abbas’ peace efforts with Israel.

Meshaal said that Egypt, the Arab League and the Muslim World’s largest body, the Islamic Organization Conference, must work together to search for a new strategy.

“We don’t want to declare war on any one,” Meshaal said.

“We want to wrench our rights and draft a new strategy for ourselves, to master all forms of power that will force Netanyahu to withdraw from our lands and to recognize our rights,” he added.

“We are telling the world: stand with us.”

Comments

  1. funky d says:

    why should palestinians accept that a bunch of european jew terrorists had the right to invade palestine and other arab lands, murder millions over the years, take over their land and steal their resources? they should not have to. yet the rest of the world, including so called arab leaders, are telling them to forget about the Nakba, as if to say the parasites had the right to do what they did so they could create that VILE DISGUSTING DESPICABLE DEGENERATIVE RACIST TALMUDIST SUPREMACIST MURDEROUS PARASITIC TERRORIST HOLOCAUSTING REPTILLIAN ILLEGAL JEWISH MONSTROSITY OF A STATE. no-one ever talks about the right of palestine to exist, or even worse, the right of palestinians to stay alive.

    if the parasites want others to acknowledge their right to steal arab lands and resourses as well as murder millions in the process, then what are the borders within which they claim that their VILE DISGUSTING DESPICABLE DEGENERATIVE RACIST TALMUDIST SUPREMACIST MURDEROUS PARASITIC TERRORIST HOLOCAUSTING REPTILLIAN ILLEGAL JEWISH MONSTROSITY OF A STATE exists. they never tell cos they want to take it all and admitting such would expose their imperial designs.

  2. Ingrid B. says:

    The US and Israel do not have the right to lecture anyone else on the use, or not, of violence, they are the instigators and perpetrators of a vast percentage of the violence which takes place on a global scale.. Abbas has frittered away years, trying to negotiate “peace” with a movement hell bent on domination of, not only Palestine, but the better part of the ME. I cannot fathom why there are ME countries which still trust the intentions of the murdering, thieving, back-stabbing, Zionist abomination..

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IsraHell finalizes purchase of sixth German-made submarine

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Price negotiations had balked last year when Berlin, beset by budgetary constraints, would not sell the submarine with the deep discount provided for the first three vessels of the Dolphin fleet.

Ed note–for any country, and particularly any from the West, to sell Israel a deadly weapon such as a sub shows how insane things have gotten. Israel has made it clear over and over that she is a mad dog with dreams of incinerating the world with her nuclear arsenal and for any player–in this case Germany–to assist in this endeaver shows just how off the reservation western countries are.

Reuters

Israel has finalized the purchase of a sixth submarine from Germany, with payment to be spread over several years, an Israeli official said on Thursday.

The proposed expansion of the diesel-powered Dolphin submarine fleet, considered Israel’s vanguard against foes like Iran, had been held up by wrangling with Berlin over the $500 million to $700 million price tag.

Israel currently operates three Dolphins and has two more on order from Germany with delivery expected in the next two years.

Dedicated to the security of the Jewish state founded in the wake of the Holocaust, Germany had sold those submarines at deep discounts. But Berlin, beset by budgetary constraints, balked in talks last year at similarly underwriting the sixth Dolphin.

“It’s finalized – we will be getting another submarine from Germany, with payments spread over several years,” an Israeli official briefed on the negotiations said.

The official did not immediately say how much the Dolphin would cost Israel or whether Germany would arrange a discount.

The spokeswoman for the German embassy did not immediately return a call for comment. The Dolphins are manufactured by Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft (HDW), which is owned by ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems.

Political turbulence in the Middle East and Iran’s nuclear program have led Israel to float higher defense spending, which may have allowed it to absorb more of Dolphin’s price.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who hosted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu last month, has been sympathetic to his regional concerns and championed international diplomatic campaigns to rein in Tehran.

But Berlin has in the past heard misgivings from German opposition parties about exporting weapons to crisis areas. Israel is reputed to have the Middle East’s only atomic arsenal, including submarine-fired nuclear missiles.

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