Apple is refusing to hack an encryption system on its iPhone 5, even after receiving a court order.
Turkey seems to be warning its population not to hope for a renewal of ties with Israel -- again.
"Cycle of violence" begins and ends with Palestinian Arab leadership urging young people to murder Israelis.
An Arab student in Tel Sheva is accused of joining a terror group after returning from Jordan.
ISIS has gone multi-generational -- and now global with 34 international affiliates, says UN's Ban Ki-moon.
Jordan demands that Israel "return jurisdiction" over a part of the Western Wall to the Islamic Waqf.
"They kill Christians and persons of different religions. Why are they doing this?"
President Obama plans to visit a U.S. mosque for the first time, but the one he's chosen has hosted at least two major jihadist leaders.
"He was told to not ask any questions and get the bomb on the plane."
European airlines are racing back to Tehran, but cautious in how they publicize their return.
Israel welcomed the rain to feed its parched earth; but Gaza's watery sands buried tunnel diggers alive.
The IDF is preparing its soldiers to battle against terrorists suddenly popping from tunnels.
This is the third terror cell uncovered by Israeli security teams in a month, preventing untold tragedies.
Heavy rains in Israel are a blessing to the land and to the security of the Jews living in the Land as well.
Pool staff began to tell Middle Eastern swimmers the Sauna was out-of-order if there were women inside.
More than 300 religious and political leaders from Muslim-majority nations, including Egypt, Turkey, Iraq, Pakistan and Iran, are expected to attend the forum.
U.S. soldiers prayed in the ancient monastery during their deployment in Iraq.
Of the nine synagogues in Istanbul's Balat section, only two remain in active use.
Three Americans were kidnapped from a southern Baghdad neighborhood on Friday.
Bob Levinson is abandoned as 5 U.S. hostages are freed from Iran on the nuclear deal "implementation day."