London hotel reportedly goes sharia-compliant: no alcohol or pork.
Now will there be advice that Jews should not anger anti-Semites and not walk to synagogue?
The German envoy has a perverse version of “never forget.”
Better late than never, the EU condemns Arab terror in the wake of two deadly attacks on Israeli civilians.
New EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini insists Jerusalem "can and should be the capital of two states."
Iran is rapidly approaching its best chance to reach a diplomatic agreement over its nuclear development program.
Prime Minister David Cameron confirmed recently that there would be no ban on religious slaughter in the United Kingdom.
UK schools that are found to be ‘indoctrinating pupils about gay people’ will face closing under new rules designed to promote ‘British values,’ the British Government confirmed Monday.
Newly-installed EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini is set to visit Israel this week.
Sweden and John Kerry would make wonderful partners to get lost in the same maze.
“It’s serious, there are now genuine questions being asked about whether we will be able to vote Labor next May.”
Foreign Minister Lieberman may be playing “chicken.” What happens if France follows Sweden?
The "silent" intifada is roaring at the gates, Harriet, and threatening to bash the door in. It's silent no more. Who's really inciting terrorism?
Sweden's new prime minister-elect has recognized the so-called 'state of Palestine,' albeit illegal, without borders.
Canadian law enforcement officials to counsel wannabe jihadis and try to find them jobs in a program aimed at prevention.
Israel's Pres. Reuven Rivlin inaugurates Museum of History of Polish Jews in Warsaw, together with Polish counterpart.
Syria's once-lucrative oil wells dissolve under U.S.-led coalition air strikes targeting the ISIS terror organization.
In Lebanon, a man in his 20s suspected of being ill with the Ebola virus has been placed in quarantine at a Beirut hospital.
The indictment is against a Holocaust survivor.
Reconstruction in Gaza won't even begin until the start of winter, says a Palestinian Authority official.