Israel and Egypt are united in opposing an American decision to reduce its contingent in the Sinai multinational force by a third.
The U.S. Department of Defense confirms an American soldier was shot and killed by ISIS terrorists in northern Iraq near Mosul.
The Pentagon is worried about a 'hit list' posted online by ISIS encouraging supporters to attack 75 US military staff members.
The Cave of the Patriarchs and the Temple Mount will be closed to Jews on Wednesday due to an Islamic holiday.
"An orthodox Islam that does not respect our constitution or even contradicts it is incompatible with our legal system and culture."
The Iranian parliament has voted to require its government to significantly upgrade its military power and advance its ballistic missile technology.
More than a month after a deadly attack by Da'esh, Brussels International Airport is ready to reopen its departure hall.
Two more British Labour politicians are exposed for anti-Semitic comments and activity in Britain, just before London mayoral elections.
Israel Police and the Jordanian Islamic Waqf appeared to be playing "good cop-bad cop" with an international journalist at the Temple Mount this week.
A Danish journalist was ejected from the Temple Mount grounds because she published anti-Waqf articles.
A synagogue in central Marseille has been bought by an Islamic organization for $453,0000.
Another British Labour Party member, this one an MP, has been outed for vicious anti-Zionist and anti-Semitic Facebook posts.
A Gaza children's festival features a play which shows the ISIS-like brainwashing of toddlers now being used in the Palestinian Authority.
Jordan again warns of "dangerous consequences" for "invasions" by Jews who visit the Temple Mount.
The outlawed Islamic Movement is warning fearful Arab believers that Israeli leaders are "trying to conquer" the Al Aqsa mosque. Again.
In the background of this obvious rude treatment is the Congressional bill allowing lawsuits against the Saudi government for Sept. 11.
The Gaza-based Hamas terror group confirms a 19-year-old local Arab recruit bombed an Egged bus this week in Jerusalem.
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld a $1.75 billion award to relatives of American military victims of terror, against U.S.-held assets of an Iranian bank.
Last May, Åsa Romson said about the situation in the Mediterranean refugee crisis: "We are turning the Mediterranean into the new Auschwitz."
Sweden’s foreign minister, Margot Wallström—remember her?—said the comments were “terrible.”
France, Spain, Sweden, Russia and Slovenia were among the non-Arab nations who supported the resolution.
On Wednesday, ISIS published the obituaries of the Brussels suicide bombers, crediting them with preparing the explosives for the November Paris attacks as well.
The Jordanian government is taking steps to contain any potential radical Islamist uprising before it starts.
IDF soldiers are drilling in northern Israel as the situation grows even more unstable across the border in Syria.
The Mufti condemned Israeli authorities for sheltering "extremist Jews who profane the sanctity of the Al Aqsa mosque."