Lebanon’s Minister of Tourism decided [she] should be stripped of her title because her visit to Israel violates our country’s laws.”
“The victory over ISIS is welcome,” Netanyahu said. “The entry of Iran is not welcome, it endangers us."
Netanyahu thanked Putin in their joint news conference “for the pensions agreement, which benefits citizens of both countries."
“I will discuss with him Iran's accelerated attempt to establish military bases in Syria," Netanyahu said.
The panel is also investigating cooperation between Syria and North Korea on Syrian Scud missile programs, and surface-to-air missile defense systems.
In the past two years Netanyahu has met with Putin every few months in order to discuss bilateral and regional issues.
Cohen has warned that Iran is filling the vacuum left by ISIS as its hold on territory in Syria and Iraq wanes.
Iran is mulling “U.S. disloyalties along with increasing level (sic) of cooperation with our neighboring countries.”
Prime Minister Hariri, who is a power sharing partner with Hezbollah under Lebanese law, remained silent (not to mention embarrassed), but Nasrallah didn't hold back.
“Israel will continue to act determinedly and in a variety of ways to defend itself from these threats."
"The answer is not to give Iran additional tools to fight ISIS now as this would serve Iran’s ultimate goal of building a Shi'ite corridor from Tehran to the Mediterranean Coast."
"The victories of Lebanon and the Palestine resistance front against invaders are the results of Iran's Islamic Revolution values," says Beirut.
Shiite terrorist groups rarely unite with those who are Sunni, unless it's to fight a common enemy.
Hezbollah is going broke, which pushes it to run intense fundraising campaigns among its wealthy Shiite supporters – and to restrict its media campaign to messages hastily scrawled on cardboard.
Hamas is trying to cement ties with its Shi'ite brother, Hezbollah, in Lebanon, while opening a new base in Algeria.
Britain has banned only the “military” wing of Hezbollah, but not the so-called “political” wing.
The shell hit an open area in the Golan Heights, according to the statement from the Israel Defense Force.
Tensions between Israel and the Iranian-backed Hezbollah terrorist organization have been rising for some time.
'The message is that the establishment of Iranian arms factories will be intolerable for Israel,' the diplomat said.
Danon: “It is unfortunate that UNIFIL has chosen to turn the other way as Hezbollah continues to operate in the region."
The identification of the crossing came only after the individual touched the security fence, apparently setting off alarms.
Danon called on the Security Council to demand that the government of Lebanon dismantle these observation posts immediately.
The incident carries broader regional implications, due to the fact that Iran is using armed drones in a military theater along Israel's borders.
Campaign Against Antisemitism: "This is the reality of the supposed crackdown on extremism and terrorism.”
Egypt pledged to ease movement across the borders, “address humanitarian cases,” and supplying Gaza with electricity.