HM the King Congratulates Jordan’s Sovereigns on 25th Anniversary of Their Accession to Throne


His Majesty King Mohammed VI sent a message of congratulations to King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein and Queen Rania, Sovereigns of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of their accession to the throne.

In this message, His Majesty the King expresses, in his personal name and on behalf of the Moroccan people, His warmest congratulations to the sovereigns of the Kingdom of Jordan on the occasion of the twenty-fifth anniversary of their accession to the throne, praying God to grant them good health, happiness and long life, and to perpetuate prosperity and well-being over the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan under their wise leadership.

The Sovereign says he is ‘proud of the exceptional and close relations that unite our two countries, ties that we constantly and mutually aspire to strengthen further in various fields and at all levels’, in the interests of our two brotherly peoples.

His Majesty the King renews His congratulations as well as His warmest greetings to all members of
the noble Royal Family of Jordan and His best wishes to the brotherly Jordanian people.

Source: Agence Marocaine De Presse

“ISLAMIC RESISTANCE” CONFRONTS VIOLATING ENEMY WARPLANE WITH SURFACE-TO-AIR MISSILES

The Islamic Resistance announced in a communiqué this evening that in support of our steadfast Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip, the Resistance air defense units responded with surface-to-air missiles to an enemy Israeli warplane as it violated the Lebanese airspace in the southern region, forcing it to retreat behind the Lebanese border with occupied Palestine.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon

NETANYAHU: WE ARE COMMITTED TO ABSOLUTE VICTORY AND RETURN OF THE KIDNAPPED, SITUATION REQUIRES INTERNAL COHESION

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today justified his failure to achieve his aggressive goals in Gaza by saying: ‘The Hebrew state is fighting in seven arenas,’ calling for ‘internal cohesion.’

Netanyahu stated: ‘We are now fighting in seven arenas, against Hamas, Hezbollah, the Houthis, militias in Iraq, Syria, Iran, and against the International Criminal Court.’

He stressed that this situation “requires internal cohesion,” adding, “Our future will not exist here before the Iranian axis of evil.”

Regarding the hostage deal, the Israeli Prime Minister said: ‘There was no hostage deal, because we will not give up on completing the goals of the war (…) We are committed to absolute victory and the return of the kidnapped, and we are also committed to ensuring our future, which will not happen if we bow our heads,” as reported by “Sky News Arabia”.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon

GAZA DIVISION COMMANDER IN ISRAELI ARMY SUBMITS HIS RESIGNATION: I FAILED IN MY LIFE’S MISSION

The commander of the Gaza Division in the Israeli army, Avi Rosenfeld, announced his resignation in a letter he sent to the mayors of the Gaza Strip envelope, stressing that he had “failed in his life’s mission to defend the envelope.”

He wrote in the letter: ‘On October 7, I failed in my life’s mission to defend the envelope. Everyone must bear responsibility for his part and I am responsible for the oath I swore.’

He added: ‘As part of assuming responsibility as a commander, I have decided to end my job and service in the Israeli army after 30 years of service. I informed my commanders of this and will remain here until my replacement takes office in an orderly manner in accordance with the command’s instructions,’ as reported by ‘Russia Today’.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon

NAYLA TUENI WINS THE ‘INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S CHAMPION’ AWARD FOR COURAGE, PRESS FREEDOM & WOMEN’S RIGHTS

The International Women’s Foundation announced that Ms. Nayla Tueni, President of the An-Nahar Group, has won the “Global Women’s Champion” award, which is on the agenda of the upcoming “Global Women’s Davos” on June 20 in Cannes, France.

The Foundation said that Tueni, ‘a well-known Lebanese journalist and politician, is being honored in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the field of journalism, freedom of the press, and her tireless defense of women’s rights and equality.’

‘As CEO and editor-in-chief of the prestigious Arabic-language newspaper An-Nahar, she was a fearless voice in the pursuit of truth and justice, and her steadfast commitment to freedom of the press and her courageous stance against corruption made her a symbol of hope and empowerment for women in the Middle East region,’ the Foundation underlined.

Following the award presentation, Tueni will join Ayati Dashkar, a youth leader at the International Women’s Foundation and the Queendom Metaverse Foundation, in an open dialogu
e that explores the topic of creativity as a force for good and equality for women and girls in a new and bold way.

The awards ceremony will be held at “Canopy by Hilton Cannes” in conjunction with the “Cannes Lions of Creativity Festival”, and the event is expected to attract 300 delegates from 20 countries, highlighting the pivotal role of women in steering a bold path towards equality.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon

HARIRI MARKING ISF’S DAY: FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE FOR THE LAW

Former Prime Minister Saad Hariri, on Sunday, congratulated the Internal Security Forces on the occasion of their 163rd anniversary, where he wrote on his platform ‘X’ account: ‘Congratulations to the Internal Security Forces in the person of its director, officers and members, marking ISF’s 163rd anniversary…You were and still are the first line of defense for the law, protecting the youth from the scourge of drugs and citizens from theft and murder…All of Lebanon will remember your confrontation of the espionage and terrorism networks, in which you have shed precious blood…’

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon