From Macron receiving a slap from a citizen, Nasrallah’s first appearance after news of his health deteriorating, Israel revealing details of the targeting of evacuation in Gaza, King Abdullah’s assertion that the doors are open to all proposals in the reform process, to the Israeli Minister of Health expressing his desire to compete for the leadership of the Likud Party… Here is a daily summary from CNN in Arabic with the headlines of some of the most diverse stories from the Middle East and the world.
French President Emmanuel Macron was slapped while shaking hands with a number of citizens during his visit to southeastern France, the Elysee Palace confirmed in a statement to CNN Tuesday.
In his first appearance after news of a deteriorating health condition, the Secretary-General of the Lebanese Hezbollah thanked those who were “affected” by his recent speech in which he appeared “coughing”, reassured his fans and affirmed that he would continue the path and that the order followed him by “praying in Al-Aqsa Mosque.”
The Israeli army revealed additional details about the targeting of the “Al-Jalaa Tower” last month during the “Guardian of the Fences” operation in the Gaza Strip, at a time when the Israeli ambassador to the United States and the United Nations met with a number of members of the board of directors of the Associated Press, which was
Jordan’s King Abdullah II, while receiving Jordanian political figures at Al Husseiniya Palace, affirmed on Tuesday that the doors are open to all proposals in the reform process, stressing the importance of dialogue for the benefit of Jordan.
Israeli Health Minister Yuli Edelstein expressed his desire to run for the leadership of the Likud party, in closed talks with leaders, according to the official Israel Broadcasting Corporation.