French Foreign Minister Fabius said, “Our American friends ... are maybe more open [to a Security Council resolution on Palestinian statehood] than before.”
The fugitive terrorist was hiding north of Paris when the massive force stormed the building.
Netanyahu says Israel stands with the people of France, and "it's not just lip service."
There’s something different about what happened from Charlie Hebdo…a rationale that you could…say, ‘Okay, they’re really angry because of this and that.'"
'Credible threat' of explosive attack at a German soccer stadium led to cancellation of Tuesday's match.
He said: If the world had come down hard on terror after the Munch Massacres, "we wouldn’t have had what happened in Paris."
The Banion family moved three months ago from Paris to Efrat, in Gush Etzion and part of Judea and Samaria, where they says it...
The first two French Jewish families to move to Israel since Friday’s ISIS terrorist attacks arrived Monday.
Experts predict Marine Le Pen will be in the runoff election in May, 2017, but it's not certain Hollande will have gathered enough votes to qualify.
Obama: ISIS as a 'handful of killers with a good grasp of social media' whose acts in Paris constitute a 'setback.'
The hacker group warned ISIS, "We will launch the biggest operation ever against you."
The mastermind is an executioner from Belgium. Hundreds of police raid Brussels building. Shots fired. Muslims running scared. Jews again think about Aliyah.
"Raqqa is getting pummeled again tonight. One cannot help but suspect that the Armée de l'air has taken the gloves off..."
Besides blaming Israel, the Fatah party, headed by Mahmoud Abbas, equated ISIS terror with Israeli counter-terror actions.
The fact that thousands of Israeli victims did not receive footnote in AFP's list suggests a terrible oversight or a permeating notion that they don't count.
Sunday, he repeated what he said February that he will "redouble" efforts to wipe out ISIS. Santorum: 'People are dying because this President refuses to face the truth."
A global intelligence service says that sending an expeditionary force is one of France's options to try to defeat ISIS.
DM Moshe Ya'alon urged the EU on Sunday to strengthen its anti-terror laws in order to combat threats like ISIS.
ISIS claims responsibility for Friday night's massive terror attack on Paris that left 129 dead, 352 wounded and the nation of France in shock.
ISIS may have hit the theater because it hosted pro-Israel events. Three months ago, its Jewish owners sold it.