World Bulletin / News Desk
Israelis gathered Sunday evening in front of Defense Minister Ehud Barak's residence in Tel Aviv, to protest against an Israeli strike in Iran, reported on ynetnews.com
The demonstrators called out: "No to war" and "No to a strike in Iran."
Tsabari, who is among the protest organizers, told the report he was "shocked" after reading all the Friday newspapers.
"What I read was that a decision to go to war has been made against the position of the entire security echelon. We are approaching an abyss. This will be a crazed war. I can't predict the future and I don't know whether (Prime Minister) Netanyahu plans to attack or not, but if he says he is going to war I believe him. That's why I am here, because I'm concerned."
Iran faces the threat over its nuclear programme it maintains peaceful by nuclear-armed Israel in the same region that most experts estimate that it has at least between 100 and 200 nuclear warheads.
Iran Petroleum Contract to launch joint ventures for crude oil and gas production with international companies being paid a share of the total output
ISIL sweeps towards the opposition strongholds of Marea and nearby Azaz in Aleppo province, forcing thousands of civilians to flee
At least 23 rebels and 15 Yemeni soldiers died as a result of the latest fighting
Elite troops support SDF fighters in operation to seize control of northern Raqqa, the home province of ISIL 'capital'
Development comes as ongoing Yemen talks in Kuwait remain in deadlock
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group counted 10 air strikes on the city of Idlib in the evening, which it said killed dozens of civilians, including children
Palestine, Turkmenistan agree to bolster diplomatic ties
The new terminal, due to be completed in six years, will raise capacity at Kuwait's only airport to 25 million passengers annually from around seven million now
Appointment of Avigdor Lieberman comes as quid pro quo for his Yisrael Beiteinu party joining fragile Netanyahu government
Mohamed Badie, the Brotherhood's supreme guide, has already been sentenced to death and prison terms in other trials
'The coalition crisis is over and the cabinet will convene tomorrow (Monday) morning to approve the appointment of the ministers,' Netanyahu's Likud party says
Mohammed Alloush condemns the international community's 'inability to enforce resolutions, in particular regarding humanitarian issues, (such as) the lifting of sieges, access to aid, the release of prisoners and adherence to the ceasefire'
'Iraq's problem is religious conflicts caused by Iranian interference,' says Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir
Israeli forces arrest Palestinians accused of being involved in bombing that injured 19 people
'More than 6,000 civilians, most of them women and children, were able to flee areas in the countryside of Aleppo province' as ISIL launches an offensive against the Syrian opposition
'After two series of negotiations without any results because of obstacles raised by the Saudis, Iranian pilgrims will unfortunately not be able to take part in the hajj,' state media reported