The minute-long video appears at first glance to show a packed courtroom with Vladimir Putin standing in the cage-like enclosure for defendants, with his head bowed, facing trial on charges of theft and terrorism.
Malaysia will extradite Iranian suspected of involvement in attempted bombing in Thailand; Report reveals that Mossad chief visited New Delhi days before the attack on the Israeli diplomatic vehicle and lauded India as a safe destination for Israelis; Israel's envoy to the UN has lodged a complaint, blaming Iran and Hizbollah for the week-long terror campaign.
Mossad approached authorities in Singapore with confidential information leading to the arrest of an Iranian and Hezbollah cell which were planning to assassinate the defense minister.
WASHINGTON – Israeli leaders blamed Iran for two assassination attempts late Sunday and early Monday – in Tbilisi, Georgia, and in New Delhi, India. The bomb in Tbilisi was disabled before it could be activated, and the attack in India wounded the wife of an Israeli diplomat and her driver.
On Sunday, President al-Assad received a copy of the new draft constitution from the head of the National Committee charged with drafting a new constitution for the Syrian Arab Republic.
Unlike India's government, the Thais have no problem pointing the finger of blame squarely at Tehran. The similarities between the devices used in Bangkok and New Delhi may convince the Indians to change their pro-Iranian stance.
Thailand and India are utilizing watch lists of Iranian terrorists provided by Israeli intelligence. India's options regarding Iran are limited given its heavy dependence on Iranian oil.
The blasts injured five people including a bombing suspect carrying an Iranian passport who blew off his own legs.
A poll of Muslims in Britain found little support for freedom of speech. Nearly 80% of Muslims in Britain said that the publishers of the Danish cartoons depicting the Muslim Mohammed should be prosecuted; 68% said that those who insult Islam should be prosecuted; and 62% of Muslims in Britain disagree that freedom of speech should be allowed if it insults and offends religious groups.
Israeli diplomat's wife in serious but stable condition after Monday's bomb attack on her car in New Delhi, while an Iranian man blew off his legs Tuesday in a failed bomb attack in Bangkok.
If Syrian TV News can't be trusted, who can we trust?
The art of protesting too much is best left to the professionals.
It's been a while since we've read this kind of foaming-at-the-mouth attack on Prof. Alan Dershowitz. He must be doing something right.
Netanyahu points finger at Iran and Hezbollah in two coordinated bomb attacks on Israeli missions in New Delhi and Tblisi.
US Naval Commander in the gulf warns against increased Iranian aggression, while the US Naval base in Bahrain is facing local trouble.
Baku is a few hours by car from the Iranian border, and is known as the "gray zone" of intelligence operations, where Israeli and Iranian agents monitor each other.
Warsaw is moving the discussion over the transfer of possession to original owners to the courts.
Israel's submarine fleet joined a number of elite combat units requiring their new recruits to give up ties to their former homelands to qualify for security clearance.
After a day with Lubavitch Hasidim, Oprah Winfrey says Jewish Life offers a wealth of lessons for the world.
President Sarkozy told an assembly of Jewish dignitaries that Israel and the victim's family must seek justice for the killers in French court.
JERUSALEM – Thousands gathered at Shaare Tzedek Medical Center, the Kotel and yeshivot across Israel Tuesday praying for Rav Yosef Shalom Elyashiv – Yosef Shalom ben Chaya Mousha – the 101-year-old leading contemporary authority on Jewish law who was in a medically induced coma after suffering kidney and lung failure.
WASHINGTON – When America’s top intelligence official said that Iran’s regime is considering attacks on U.S. soil, he cited a single incident and qualified the assessment with a “probably.”
Russia and China, constrained by outdated Cold War outlooks, continue to frustrate attempts to end the conflict in Syria.
A new method in development at Soroka Medical Center and Ben Gurion University will offer early detection using infrared light. Preliminary tests show 90% rate of success.
Two Israeli Lubavitchers are about to be deported from southern India for what intelligence forces describe as suspicious behavior, but may only be harmless spiritual get-togethers into the night.