Russia closed its deal Monday to deliver the powerful S-300 missile defense system to Iran... eventually.
Shurat HaDin calls for expulsion of PA soccer chief Rajoub for inciting terror - hours before Swiss arrests of FIFA officials for various charges of corruption.
Saed Erekat: Israel first must agree to all of our terms before we negotiate.
European leaders warn that "no deal" is likely between the US-led world powers and Iran by the time talks reach the June 30 deadline.
Bomb threats hampered travel for six international flights to Boston, New York and New Jersey over US Memorial Day weekend.
Netanyahu pacified the EU and said he wants to resume talks on new borders, which the Palestinian Authority total rejects.
Scotland Yard said it cannot prevent the upcoming neo-Nazi march that is planned for July 4th.
More than 70 percent of Muslims in Netherlands reportedly view their brethren fighting the "jihad" in Syria as "heroes."
Israel rejects a Swiss court decision granting $1.1 billion to Iran after an oil deal went sour after the Islamic Revolution.
Former FM Avigdor Liberman slams PM Netanyahu for scheduling talks with the head of the united Arab parties.
World Bank also comes up with a brainstorm: Give more money to Hamas to "rehabilitate" Gaza, or is it vice-versa?
The PA again calls for "one state of Palestine" but the EU still chases the wind while ISIS takes over Syria.
Israel has been ordered by a Swiss national court to pay Iran $1.1 billion in a long-standing legal battle involving oil.
It seems that beheading is not consider "work."
The educational organization will bring 1,500 French Jews to Israel to learn about the Jewish state and immerse them in their Jewish heritage.
Two separate, violent anti-Semitic attacks in the Paris area sent a Jewish mother and a Jewish teenager to hospitals.
Akiva Eldar, an editor of Haaretz, was hit while visiting his mother-in-law.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu vowed Sunday at a Jerusalem Day ceremony the Israeli capital would remain undivided "forever."
Germany's Foreign Minister and his Jordanian counterpart tell reporters in Amman the two nations are pushing Israel and the PA to resume talks on a two-state "solution."
Because the attack was so violent, it was recommended that the woman take a 15-day furlough from work to recuperate.
Iran tried to buy UN-banned products in the Czech Republic but was caught and stopped, Reuters reports exclusively.
European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini is scheduled to arrive in Israel next week.
More than 50 Red Army Jewish war veterans from New York during World War II gathered to mark Hebrew date of V-E day.
Iran caught red-handed trying to purchase equipment to pursue nuclear weaponization.
A recent poll shows the majority of Americans believe the country has already gone to hell in that darn hand basket.