Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the Chief of Sudan’s Sovereignty Council, traveled to Uganda for a 2-hour meeting in which African leaders agreed to begin normalization of relations and increase cooperation between their countries and Israel.
By Itamar Eichner, Associated Press
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Chairman of the Sovereignty Council of Sudan Abdel Fattah al-Burhan in Uganda on Monday.
After a two hour meeting, the leaders agreed to begin normalization of relations and increase cooperation between the two countries.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with Uganda President Yoweri Museveni in Kampala – Photo: Israel’s GPO
Netanyahu was on an official visit to Uganda where he met with President Yoweri Museveni. Continue Reading »
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to travel to Uganda on Monday and sources close to the Ugandan president and the Ugandan Christian community have said that the embassy move has been in the works for three years.
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
Uganda is reportedly planning to announce that it is moving its embassy to Jerusalem next week, sources close to the Ugandan president and the Ugandan Christian community told The Jerusalem Post.
A spokesperson for the Foreign Ministry could not confirm the report.
The Hebrew website Ynet reported on Wednesday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to travel to Uganda on Monday, but did not cite a reason for the visit. Continue Reading »
With the help of Israel’s Mossad intelligence agency, a Lebanese undercover agent working for the Iranian-linked terrorist group Hezbollah was arrested 2 weeks ago in Uganda by an airport security team for plotting attacks on American & Israeli targets in Africa.
By Arutz Sheva Staff
Israel’s Mossad intelligence agency aided in the uncovering and arrest of a Lebanese terrorist operating in Uganda recently, Ugandan media reported Monday night.
Hussein Mahmood Yassine, an undercover agent working for the Iranian-linked terrorist group Hezbollah, was arrested on July 7th by a Ugandan security team at Entebbe International Airport, the Kampala Post reported.
Mossad, ‘We like to travel’ – Photo: IsraelandStuff/PP
Yassine, who had worked in Uganda since 2010, was held incommunicado, the Post reported, drawing protest from the Lebanese government. Continue Reading »
In what turned out to be baseless, 2 representatives of Israel Weapons Industry were jailed in harsh conditions and abused & tortured during their 11 days of incarceration, after being arrested for illegal weapons possession.
By Itamar Eichner
Two Israeli representatives of the Israel Weapons Industry (IWI) were arrested in Uganda and held in harsh conditions for almost two weeks on the suspicion they were illegally possessing weapons in what turned out to be a completely baseless arrest.
It took 11 days for a Ugandan Supreme Court judge to call for the immediate release of the men and reprimand the officials who arrested them. Continue Reading »
AIDS patients are finally getting treated since The Art Joy Love organization sends Israeli volunteers to Africa
By Tami Harel
It takes a full day to get from Tel Aviv to the Island of Bussi in Uganda. The journey begins with a flight to Addis Ababa and continues with a long layover followed by a connecting flight to Entebbe. One crosses Lake Victoria by ferry and only after a long canoe cruise arrives to Bussi.
Uganda – Photo: i24news
Bussi Island in Uganda. One of the many islands scattered on Lake Victoria and one of the world’s main focal points of AIDS. Continue Reading »