Prominent Jordanian Christian Writer Shot to Death Outside Courthouse for Sharing ‘Allah’ Cartoon on...
A Jordanian Christian anti-Islamist activist is shot dead before facing trial for sharing "offensive" cartoon on Facebook.
A Jewish young man with hardly any influence, who was convicted last March of possessing a document that was never disseminated, was given two years in prison.
The Syrian war has worsened, with another massacre taking place in Aleppo after another US-Russian ceasefire falls apart.
Iran is again threatening Israel, saying it will "turn Tel Aviv and Haifa to dust" pending mistakes by the "Zionist regime."
New Zealand PM John Key chaired the UN Security Council session in his final month of a 2-year rotation as president.
The area outside the embassy was cordoned off and Police examined the bag the attacker was carrying and it either did not contain explosives, or the explosives were not activated.
The elected lower house of Jordan's parliament is constrained by an upper house of equal legislative responsibility whose members are chosen by the King.
French President Francois Hollande tells a gathering that France doesn't have enough resources to prevent, let alone fight, the terror in its midst.
Rahami was born in Afghanistan and became an American citizen. Police say he is armed and dangerous.
Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked told a conference in NY the BDS movement constitutes an existential threat to Israel.
The IDF deployed the Iron Dome anti-missile defense system in the Golan Heights after days of shelling from across the Syrian border.
He joined an estimated 100 thousand Brits who have embraced the religion of Mohammad, including, possibly, the late Sir Winston Churchill.
Eighty thousand Aleppo residents starve as their fate is determined by which side blinks first in a game of chicken played in a ceasefire.
It's not clear who is firing the mortar shells that land in northern Israel, since there are so many different actors in Syria.
The health ministry launched an awareness campaign before the Hajj to alert Egyptians as to ways of preventing infectious diseases during pilgrimage.
Route 98 in the Israeli Golan Heights was closed to traffic after the third Syrian mortar shell exploded in the area, making the road risky for travelers.
The US and Iran did not draft a written settlement agreement or any other formal documentation of the cash transfers, and Iran directed the Iran-US Tribunal at the Hague that it not record the settlement of its claim.
The official request claims that the July 15 coup attempt was carried out under Gülen's "command and control."
A petition to "Stop Quebec Bill 59" says the bill "criminalizes criticism of Islam and anything considered an Islamic practice (Honor killings, honor rape, female genital mutilation, female oppression, and beating of wives and children)."
World Vision International shuts down its Gaza project and lays off 120 Gaza employees, at least temporarily, after project head indictment shows millions redirected to Hamas.