In a routine move, the Egyptian government, headed by Engineer Sharif Ismail, resigned, to President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, and the president assigned him to conduct business until a new government is appointed.

The Egyptian government was formed nearly two years and 8 months ago, where Sherif Ismail was appointed on 12 September 2015 and sworn in as prime minister on 19 September 2015.

After a week of protests in most of Jordan's provinces against the government's plan to raise taxes and prices, which led to the overthrow of Hani al-Maliki's government, King Abdullah II warned media representatives of the results of the protests a week ago.

"Jordan stands today at a crossroads: either getting out of the crisis and providing a decent life for our people, or entering, God forbid, by the unknown, but we must know where we are going," he said.

"Jordan has faced an unexpected economic and regional situation, and there is no plan capable of dealing effectively and quickly with this challenge," King Abdullah said of his country's economic and political circumstances.

Israeli security forces recently dismantled a cell that planned to carry out attacks on important targets. It was headed by a resident of Shu'fat refugee camp with a blue identity. He was named Jamal Jamal Rushda, 30, a former prisoner in Israeli jails who was recruited by activists in Syria to carry out operations. Including the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Israeli mayor of Jerusalem, Nir Barkat, according to the Shin Bet.

Events in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan are accelerating, and protests are increasing, according to the Arab and local media, due to the lifting of taxes by the Jordanian government, and the assignment of Omar Razzaz, to form a new government

What is new in the political arena is the source of official sources on the resignation of Jordanian Prime Minister Hani al-Mulqi after a meeting with Jordan's King Abdullah II.

Tunisians have been on the brink of humanitarian disaster and the recovery of the bodies of 35 migrants and the rescue of 68 others, off the coast of the Mediterranean, were on a boat carrying them in search of the future, after the worsening of the unemployment crisis in the country.

The Tunisian Interior Ministry had earlier pointed to the exhumation of the bodies of 11 immigrants in an initial toll, who were on board a fishing boat "in the process of drowning."

Popular reactions against the Jordanian government increased, warning of the complexity of the crisis, after Prime Minister Hani al-Mulqi, during a meeting with representatives of the trade unions, refused to withdraw the amended bill to raise the income tax on the grounds that "the parliament has the last opinion." .

Several governorates of the Kingdom, such as Amman, Karak, Gharbia and Irbid along the border with Syria, Aqaba and Ajloun in the north, witnessed field rallies in which thousands of citizens demanded the withdrawal of the amended bill to raise the income tax that Prime Minister Hani al-Mulqi wants to pass.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi was sworn in before parliament to start a second term, state television reported, a protocol that has been absent from Egypt for 13 years.

The meeting was attended by Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, Parliament Speaker Ali Abdel-Al, Sheikh Al-Azhar Ahmed Tayeb, Pope Twadros II Pope of Alexandria and the Patriarch of the preacher and a number of ministers.

Saudi king, King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, requested the mediation of French President Emmanuel Macaron, before the military intervention in Qatar if it got the system "S-400" Russian missile.

The French newspaper Le Monde said that Salman sent a letter to the French president expressing his concern about Qatar's approach to a deal with Russia for the S-400 air defense missile system, which Saudi Arabia sees as threatening the safety of its airspace and warning escalation in the region. .

The United States has refused to protect the Palestinians, using the veto to abort an international project by Kuwait to provide "international protection" to the Palestinians.

The draft resolution submitted by Kuwait calls on the Secretary-General of the United Nations to propose ideas for "international protection" of Palestinian civilians.

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