Gregg Carlstrom, The Times of London

Gregg Carlstrom

The Times of London

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Past articles by Gregg:

Israel: Binyamin Netanyahu denounces ‘coup plot’ at Trump-style rally

Binyamin Netanyahu, the Israeli leader, has addressed a rally of thousands of cheering supporters to attack the left and the media of trying to stage “a coup a → Read More

Israel and Jordan reach agreement after Al-Aqsa mosque crisis

Israel has started removing the controversial metal detectors from the entrances to Jerusalem’s holiest site, hoping to end a week-long crisis which has led to → Read More

Militants warn of war with Israel over Al-Aqsa violence

Palestinian militants in Gaza have threatened war with Israel as clashes continue in Jerusalem today over a crisis at the city’s holiest site.Dozens of armed, → Read More

Fatah calls for ‘day of rage’ in Jerusalem

Dozens of Palestinians have been injured in clashes with Israeli police as a confrontation over one of Jerusalem’s holiest sites enters its sixth day.The Red C → Read More

Dozens hurt in clashes between police and Palestinians outside Jerusalem’s Old City

Dozens of Palestinians have been injured in clashes with Israeli police as a confrontation over one of Jerusalem’s holiest sites drags into its fifth day.The Re → Read More

Sick babies die in blockaded Gaza

Three babies have died in hospitals in Gaza this week amid a feud between the factions that control the occupied Palestinian territories. All three were born w → Read More

Binyamin Netanyahu reneges on mixed prayers at Jerusalem’s Western Wall

The Israeli prime minister has bowed to pressure from his ultra-Orthodox coalition partners and cancelled a decision to create a space at the Western Wall where men and women can pray together. The... → Read More

Israel shrugs off Trump to ramp up settlement plans

Israel is moving ahead with plans to build 7,000 new homes in occupied East Jerusalem, the largest round of settlement expansion in years. Approval for the homes had been frozen for several months. → Read More

Isis claims first attack on Israel and promises more

Islamic State claimed responsibility for an attack in Jerusalem in which a border guard was killed by three men with knives and a makeshift rifle, who were lat → Read More

Don’t share secrets with President Trump, say Mossad chiefs

Two former heads of Mossad have urged Israel to withhold intelligence from the US after President Trump was accused of passed classified information to the Russ → Read More

Russian politician drowns in the Dead Sea

A millionaire member of the Russian parliament has drowned in the Dead Sea while on holiday in Israel. Lifeguards pulled Vasily Tarasyuk from the water on Saturday and a paramedic tried to revive... → Read More

Israel shuts down state-funded news channel

Israel’s public broadcaster has been abruptly shut down, leaving the future of state-funded news in doubt amid a bitter political row over a successor. Staff on the main evening television news... → Read More

Israel hires doctors to force-feed Palestinians

Israel is seeking foreign doctors to force-feed hundreds of hunger-striking Palestinian prisoners because its own medical association has banned the practice, a TV channel has claimed. The Knesset... → Read More

Trump to focus on economy in talks with Palestinian president

The Palestinian president has arrived in Washington for a meeting with Donald Trump, who is expected to focus on efforts to expand the Palestinian economy.Mahmo → Read More

Hamas softens view on Israel’s total destruction

Hamas was expected to drop its call for Israel’s destruction and cut ties with the Muslim Brotherhood in a policy document released yesterday. The document calls the 1967 borders a “formula of... → Read More

Gaza cancer sufferer accused of smuggling explosives

Two sisters from Gaza have been arrested for allegedly trying to smuggle explosives into Israel using vials meant for cancer medicine. The women were detained at the Erez Crossing. One of them was... → Read More

Palestinian activist leads prisoners in hunger strike

More than 1,000 Palestinians held in Israeli jails have gone on hunger strike. The strike was organised by Marwan Barghouti, a prisoner and leading member of the Fatah movement who is seen as a... → Read More

Hamas executes three Palestinians for ‘collaborating’ with Israel

Hamas this morning executed three Palestinians accused of collaborating with Israel. The governing authority in Gaza — defined as a terror organisation by the West — hanged the three men at dawn... → Read More

Britney Spears concert delays Israeli opposition party’s leadership election

Israel’s opposition Labor Party has postponed its leadership election because it conflicts with a Britney Spears concert taking place in Tel Aviv. A spokesman for the party leader, Isaac Herzog... → Read More

Hamas closes border after killing of militant

Hamas has closed the Gaza Strip’s sole border crossing with Israel for the first time since it took control of the territory ten years ago after the killing of a militant commander. The move came... → Read More