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Friday, March 31

Israeli media: Haftar’s plane lands at Ben Gurion Airport for two hours


According to the official Israel Broadcasting Corporation “Makan”
A plane belonging to retired Libyan Major General Khalifa Haftar landed at Israel’s Ben Gurion Airport for the second time in less than 3 months, according to Hebrew media.
And the official Israeli broadcaster, Makan, said in its Arabic version, Saturday, that observers of international air traffic monitored yesterday the plane belonging to Haftar, and it landed at David Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv.
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She added that Haftar’s plane stayed at the Israeli airport for two hours before taking off again, without specifying its destination.
The Israeli channel did not specify who was on the plane, who met him in Israel, or the purpose of the visit.
However, the military correspondent for the official “Cannes” channel, Itai Blumenthal, said Friday in a tweet on his Twitter account, that Haftar’s private plane (P4-RMA), landed at Ben Gurion Airport “after a diplomatic stop in Cyprus.”
“After two hours on the ground, the plane took off back to Cyprus,” Blumenthal added, referring to pictures of the “Flight Radar” company, which specializes in tracking air traffic, without further details.
This is not the first time that Haftar’s private plane has arrived at Ben Gurion Airport.
On the second of last November, Haftar’s plane landed at the Israeli airport, with his son, “Saddam” on board, according to what was reported by the Hebrew media.
Out of 22 Arab countries, only 6, namely Egypt, Jordan, Bahrain, the Emirates, Sudan and Morocco, have declared official relations with Israel.
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On Wednesday, the Libyan Prime Minister, Abdel Hamid Dabaiba, denied the validity of “rumors” about his meeting with Israeli officials in Jordan, stressing in a brief statement to his government that “this did not happen and will not happen in the future, and our position is firm and clear on the Palestinian issue.”
The government’s statement came in response to a report by Al-Arabiya Al-Hadath channel, which stated that “Al-Dabaiba discussed with the head of the Israeli foreign intelligence service (Mossad) in Amman the normalization of relations between Libya and Israel,” without specifying a date for the meeting.