US Secy of State arrived in Cairo tonight to pressure Israel into a premature ceasefire with Hamas.
Hamas leader says he's going to Cairo for talks; Egyptian leaders say 'no, you're not'
Police clash with anti-Israel demonstrators in Cairo, Turkey, London. Protests expected to spread.
Netanyahu has decided that the lives of Israeli are more important than looking good for Obama, U.N. and the NY Times.
International media report a cease fire deal has been reached between Israel and Hamas in Cairo.
Palestinian Authority President Abu Mazen said Wednesday that he will spend the next few days trying to convince the international community to broker a...
Israel's security cabinet voted 6-2 to accept a unilateral ceasefire in the conflict with Hamas -- but the terror group is still firing missiles.
Egypt is trying to pull a fast one Israel to help itself to regain prominence.
Does anyone in the Israeli government remember what happened to King Saul when he did not eliminate the king of Amalek?
Hamas is paying a heavy price for meddling in the internal affairs of Egypt and some other Arab countries.
The Al Qaeda-inspired ISIS terror group is 'recruiting' 10 year olds for its jihad army to 'liberate' Jerusalem.
Arab delegates insist Jewish participants are "Israeli", close down summit until Judenrein
Hamas denies that ISIS is in Gaza, but the facts seem to disagree.
Egypt is on high alert after a bombing in several metro stations in Cairo Wednesday morning.
Egypt's president refuses to "interfere" in a court verdict to jail 3 Al Jazeera reporters for seven years, setting off int'l protests.
“My friends all say I'm losing it big time…I'm going back there again/Back to the house of pain “ – Deep Purple
The U.S. releases military aid to Egypt after a year-long freeze; Sec'y John Kerry promises 10 Apache helicopters to fight terror in Sinai.
Progress: The Shin Bet says it knows which Hamas terror cell kidnapped three Israeli teens in Gush Etzion last week.
Abdel Fattah el-Sisi swept the polls to become Egypt's new president Wednesday. Can he fix a broken nation?
Egyptians are headed to the polls today and tomorrow to choose a president for the second time since 2011.