The London newspaper «al-Hayat» quoted the publication of the Agency RIA Novosti, according to which Iran intends to create a full-fledged military Alliance with Syria, Russia and Hizbullah. Principal adviser to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Ali Akbar Velayati is in these days in Moscow and is discussing with Russian officials to create a new world order.
The TV channel «al Arabiya» reports on the actual failure of the conference to resolve the situation in Syria, which was to open in Geneva a few days ago. The reason was the conditions imposed by the Syrian opposition. The resumption of negotiations is expected on 25 February. UN officials hope that during this time States that support the opposition, will convince her to return to the negotiating table.
News Agency Wafa reports that the head of the Palestinian national authority Mahmoud Abbas met with the families of the martyrs, whose bodies refuse to extradite the Israeli authorities. The head of the Palestinian authority criticized the restrictions that put forward by the Israeli authorities to conduct the funeral of the heroes of the resistance, and stated that the conditions of detention of Palestinian prisoners in violation of international norms.
The Agency Maan reports that the residents of Gaza live in a constant state of terror. This time, the cause of suffering of the Palestinians is not occupation, and pesticides used by local farmers. As a result the market got cheese, fruit and vegetables, consumption of which leads to serious diseases, including cancer. The authorities claim that the situation is under control, but few believe them.
Egyptian newspaper «al-Ahram» writes on the manifestation of the Cairo taxi drivers against Uber and services «Karim», which allows potential passengers to search for drivers willing to throw them for a modest fee. The taxi drivers Association says that its members lose their source of income, and want to ban these services. The publication notes that the popularity of Uber and «Karim» is growing rapidly, and companies are investing tens of millions in the development of the service in Cairo.