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Arab League Sides with Saudis Against Iran’s ‘Provocations’

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif accused the Saudi government of attacking Iran's embassy in Sana'a, Yemen.

Terrorists Attack Tourist Group at Cairo Hotel, Israelis Present

Masked gunmen opened fire at a Cairo hotel near the Giza pyramids; two Israeli tourists were there.

Egyptian Extremism Fighting Group Attacks Copts as Anti-Islamic

There are between 10 and 16 million Copts in Egypt.

New Egyptian Ambassador in Israel after 3 Years’ Absence

In September, Israel reopened its embassy in Cairo, four years after it was torched by a crowd of protesters.

2 ISIS Terrorists Killed by Egyptian Security in Sinai

Two ISIS terrorists are dead and a third wounded by Egyptian security personnel in Sinai.

Egypt Claims Terror not Involved in Explosion of Russian Jet over Sinai

The report from the al-Sisi government totally contradicts a Russian investigation that concluded a bomb brought down the plane that killed 224 people.

Israel to Release Four Egyptian Criminals Next Week in Return for Bedouin Tarabin

Egyptian media described Tarabin's release as a prisoners exchange deal.

Israeli Bedouin Freed From Egyptian Prison

Israeli Bedouin Ouda Tarabin is released from Egyptian prison after 15 years.

Egypt to Appeal Arbitration Ruling, Halts Negotiations on Importing Israeli Gas

Both IEC and EMG turned to international arbitration after Egypt in 2012 disconnected the gas pipeline in the Sinai, effectively killing a 20-year agreement.

Losing in Arbitration, Egypt Must Pay Israel $1.76 Billion for Gas Stoppage

IEC said it had sustained heavy damages as a result of Egypt’s blocking of gas supplies, forcing it to purchase more expensive fuel to generate electricity.

CAIR Leader Points Finger at US for ISIS Terror in Context of...

CAIR says US foreign policy partly to blame after discovery SB shooter had pledged loyalty to ISIS.

Wiesenthal Condemns Egyptian Official’s Blaming Israel for Paris Attacks

Samuels urged the Foreign Minister to "condemn the absurdity of Ashour's statement and immediately withdraw him from UNESCO and from foreign service."

In the Contest Between Victimized Expellees, Jewish Refugees of Arab Lands Have Proof

Nov. 30: when Jewish refugees of Arab lands are recognized, their cultures and traditions embraced and acknowledged.

Israel’s Leviathan Developers Ink Gas Deal With Egypt

At last, the developers of the Leviathan natural gas field have inked a preliminary deal with Egypt; terms of a final deal are to be negotiated "soon."

IDF Female Officer: ISIS Terrified of Being Defeated by Women

Lt. "Ada" is a commandeer on the southern border, across from the Sinai Peninsula where ISIS is entrenched.

Russia Confirms Bomb Exploded on Sinai Passenger Plane

Moscow finally admitted terrorists planted a bomb on the plane in which 224 were killed. Egypt arrests suspects.

Former Secty of State Schultz Advises US Regain its Credibility

'If the US doesn't lead, we get chaos," former Secretary of State George Schultz told the WJC audience.

Israeli Tourism Industry Hoping to Lure Blocked Sharm el-Sheikh Customers

The Tourism Bureau estimated that the incoming tour cancellations for the winter season will be about 25%

Russia Sends Security Personnel to Review Egypt Airports

Russia sends its own personnel to inspect airport security measures at Sharm el-Sheikh, Cairo and elsewhere in Egypt.

UK Resumes Flights From Sharm el-Sheikh But Adds Security at Airport

Britain agrees to resume flights from Sharm el-Sheikh, with new security measures and additional staff at the airport.

Intel Officials: Terrorist Bomb May Have Downed MetroJet in Sinai

Intelligence officials say the Russian MetroJet plane crash in Sinai may have been caused by a terrorist bomb aboard the aircraft.

Egyptian Army Pumping Sea Water into Gaza Tunnels Causing Landslides, Sinkholes

Pumping the tunnels with sea water is a cheap method for the Egyptians to keep Gaza Islamists out of the Sinai.

Bomb May Have Blown Up Russian Airbus Flight over Sinai

Russian statements that the plane disintegrated after taking off, a rare occurrence, prompts suspicions that terrorists planted a bomb on board.

Russian Officials Says Plane Broke in Mid-Air Raising Speculation of a Bomb On Board

“The [ISIS] statement does not say they shot it down, but that they destroyed it,” Trotignon said. “You could imagine explosives on board, or sabotage.”

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