The U.S. is finally getting serious about fighting ISIS terrorists. It's President Obama's final year in office.
PUG Calls for Reevaluation of the Arab Relationship with Australia
Foreign Minister Bishop publicly stated two years ago that the international community has no place to decide which Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria are legal and which ones are not.
"We cannot... protect our people by allowing bad actors to have them and those of us who are good not to have them.”
In New Zealand a Jewish toddler wearing a yarmulka is attacked; the adults consider teaching their young to hide their identity.
Hypocritical statements emanate from Jordan.
U.S. and other Western embassies issue security alerts for citizens in the Sanlitun district of Beijing on December 25.
The cartoon was published amid news that the Australian LGBTIQ community shut down a meeting of traditional marriage groups planned for the Mecure Sydney Airport Hotel.
ISIS and Iran are drawing closer in the operational ranks, and it may be only a matter of time before the two merge their forces for bigger "projects."
"In a busy school, this student did go to a respected staff member said 'is this OK?' and the staff member said 'yes,'" the principal explained.
Tigerair's Terminal 4 at Tullamarine Airport in Melbourne was evacuated and closed Friday night as police search in response to a "security alert."
“When one of its senior managers stands accused of engineering and concealing – for years – a massive diversion of funds to the Hamas terror organization ... this is not the right moment to promote the interests of World Vision."
Israel’s Netanyahu: We Must Battle Those Seeking to Demonize Our People, Resurgent Anti-Semitism [video]
"See this miracle. See the Land of Israel. See the people of Israel. The State of Israel lives. The people of Israel thrive. Am Yisrael Chai.”
The Prime Minister didn't mince words at Sunday's cabinet meeting, slamming the int'l community for embracing the Hamas government, while praising Australia for its moral clarity.
He insisted that “sometimes you have to make decisions that go against the grain but support the greater good,” but later took it back.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott announces that any citizen who went abroad to fight with jihad groups may as well stay there.
World Vision Australia chief, Rev. Tim Costello told AAP, "We have absolutely nothing to do with terror. We audit every cent that goes through."
Israel hails a "great victory" after the IAEA voted against imposing international supervision over nuclear facilities in the Jewish State.
Jerusalem recalled its ambassador to Wellington after New Zealand sponsored Security Resolution 2334; full ties were resumed in June.
The lights are going out: Melbourne's Chanukah celebration canceled due to international terrorism.