Some 25 rockets fired at Israel from Lebanon in latest barrage, IDF says

Published November 18, 2023

Some 25 rockets were fired from Lebanon at northern Israel a short while ago, setting off sirens in the northern communities of Sassa and Shtula, the military says.

The projectiles all landed in open areas, causing no injuries.



RELATED: Under Emergency Measures, Israel Shutters Lebanese News Outlet

Screenshot of the home page of Lebanon-based media outlet Al Mayadeen.

Published November 16, 2023

Israel this week used newly enacted emergency measures to shutter a Lebanon-based media outlet over claims it harms national security.

The Israeli security cabinet on Sunday voted to block access to Al Mayadeen’s satellite news in Israel for “making wartime efforts to harm [Israel’s] security interests and to serve the enemy’s goals,” according to a statement from the cabinet.

The vote is the first time Israel has used the emergency measures passed last month that allow the government to temporarily close news outlets it perceives as harming national security.

Following the vote, Communications Minister Shlomo Karhi started to work with police on a proposed blocking of Al Mayadeen websites and seizure of equipment linked to the station, according to a communications ministry spokesperson.



RELATED: Ghassan Ben Jeddou: Al Mayadeen grave threat to Israeli security

The Chairman of the Board of Directors of Al Mayadeen Media Network, Ghassan Ben Jeddou, discusses several issues, including the ban of the network in occupied Palestine, in an interview with Lebanon’s Al-Nour Radio.

Published November 16, 2023

Al-Nour Radio conducted an interview with the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Al Mayadeen Media Network, Ghassan Ben Jeddou, following the Israeli war cabinet’s decision to ban the network’s activities in occupied Palestine.

Our coverage matched the historical moment

The Chairman of the Board of Directors of Al Mayadeen Media Network  revealed the intricacies of the decision-making process behind the news network’s approach to the coverage of the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip.

Ben Jeddou confirmed that “Israel’s” decision to ban Al Mayadeen “was not a technical decision. It was not even a political decision. In fact, it was a military decision related to the national security of Israel.”

“For the first time in history, the war cabinet, entrusted by the United States to make the most important decisions during this war, met to discuss Al Mayadeen Network as a topic on its agenda,” he explained.

Ben Jeddou highlighted the remarks of Israeli Security Minister, Yoav Gallant, who categorized Al Mayadeen as a “grave threat to Israeli security.”





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