The Islamic State wants to punish Japan for spending $200 million on the war against ISIS.
Visiting Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird told Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu Monday, "Canada doesn't stand behind Israel; we stand shoulder-to-shoulder with it." Baird won a...
Israel is not boycotting Europe. It simply is taking its business elsewhere, says Netanyahu.
The ICC is a political organization dependent on donor countries.
PA police stood by while Abbas' Fatah youth wing stood armed with eggs to throw at Baird.
A Paris court also banned a planned rally under the banner "Islamists out of France."
Japan and Israel are expanding and strengthening their economic ties.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is scheduled to arrive in Israel on Sunday with a delegation of more than 100 government officials and heads...
European Jewish Association (EJA) director Rabbi Menachem Margolin has "clarified" reports that he supports arming European Jews with guns and said he does not...
It is not the "occupation" and the "Zionist enemy" that are the targets of angry Muslims.
"Israel rejects the absurd decision of the ICC prosecutor," Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said.
The Obama administration is not in love with Israel but certainly is divorcing itself from the Palestinian Authority.
Two RCMP were shot by an assailant...
Multiple terror scares in Paris, just a normal Friday.
Allowing Jews to carry guns won't stop the fear of terror threatening Judaism and Jews in Belgium.
The Israel firm, AORA, will be the first to provide solar-biogas hybrid power solutions for rural communities in Ethiopia.
Officials in Belgium are relieved for now: 'We've averted a Charlie Hebdo here" after police shoot and kill 2 ISIS-linked terrorists in a counter-terror raid.
French nationality goes to 24-year-old Lassana Bathily, who rescued Paris Jews from terror.
Two people are dead and a third wounded in a counter terror raid in Belgium.
Boko Haram is kidnapping young girls and using them as human bombs.
A policewoman was deliberately hit by a car...
The Oxford University Press rolled over to political correctness despite the world rallying around "Free Speech."
Israelis head to Geneva to talk about Gaza war.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls warns the "threat is still present" as police hunt for 6 more terror suspects.
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