“This renewed activity occurring after the [signing of the deal] raises obvious concerns that Iran is conducting further [cleanup] efforts to defeat IAEA verification,” the ISIS think tank’s report states.
PM Netanyahu expressed "deep sorrow" over death of second Duma terror victim Saturday night.
Hamas calls for a third intifada following the death of Sa'ad Dawabsheh.
In a terse tweet, the IDF Spox said there's no change in planned military exercises.
IAF jets scored a "direct hit" Friday night against targets in Gaza in retaliation for rockets fired at Israel.
Arabs threw 3 firebombs at the Jewish town...
Both soldiers are still listed in serious condition.
Residents in southern Israel had no warning when Gaza terrorists shelled southern Israel late Friday afternoon.
In FY 2015, JCF distributed 21 percent of assets, well above the industry average.
Labor MKs described threats from party activists, who promised political damage to MKs who chose not to tow the party line on this issue...
The US arms embargo on Israel last summer was the first trauma that lead to an Israeli rethinking of military reliance and relations with this White House.
Following surgery, both are on respirators and unconscious.
The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart, who was thought to have been irreplaceable, had his last show on August 6.
Schumer’s states, “Advocates on both sides have strong cases for their point of view that cannot simply be dismissed.”
Important New York legislators came out against the Iran Nuclear Deal: Senator Chuck Schumer and Cong. Eliot Engel.
The leaky inspections regimen in the JCPOA led the AJCongress to oppose the agreement.
Honenu legal aid attorney Yuval Zemer, who represents Ettinger, stated that his client had been subjected to shaking, harsh interrogations and violence while in Shin Bet custody.
Dershowitz claims that President Obama allowed himself to be “checkmated,” because he gave Iran hope of developing a nuclear weapon and took the US military option off the table.
Zionist Organization of America president Morton Klein on Tuesday cautioned against jumping to conclusions on the Duma arson.
The High Court refused to discuss Glick's appeal and accepted the lower court ruling.