SWC leadership calls on P5+1 to condemn Iran's threats to annihilate Israel. *crickets*
NY Times reports IDF evidence Lebanese villages are Hezbollah military bases with human shields.
Saudi and other Gulf leaders plan to confront US Pres. Obama on Iran at this week's summit.
Iran's clients and proxies use schools and hospitals to launch their attacks. The UN criticizes the other side for fighting back.
Netanyahu tackled Obama with a speech in Congress. King Salman simply insults him with a royal snub.
Almost the entire Arab Middle East sees Iran as an enemy.
Israel's defense researchers have created new technology to detect deadly terror tunnels.
If the ISIS can gain a foothold in the Sinai, it will be on the doorstep of both Israel and Egypt.
The kingdom has canceled its contract with a company that flew a Saudi plane to Ben Gurion airport for maintenance.
In a retrial of his corruption case, former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak and his 2 sons have been sentenced to 3 years with no parole.
The Syrians took most of Deir Salman.
Traces of Sarin and VX nerve agents have been found by inspectors at a Syrian military research site.
Congress is doing Obama a favor by showing Iran it cannot get away with murder.
Official tell CNN North Korea has capacity to reach American soil. U.S. bases in S. Korea in danger.
The area, along the Syrian-Lebanon border is strategically critical. It controls the Lebanon-Damascus supply pipelines and is how Hezbollah supports Bashar Assad's regime in Damascus.
Maersk is to pay a fine, putting an end to another US-Iranian mini-crisis.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned of "concrete threats" of terror attacks against Jewish and Israeli targets in Tunisia.
The legislation would provide assistance for a three-year period, eliminating delays in bolstering the regional forces fighting against ISIS.
Hassan Nasrallah said that the survival of Bashar Assad's regime is critical for Hezbollah's own continued existence.
A State Dept. investigation into the Benghazi Blunder never spoke with, nor blamed, Hillary Clinton.
The Senate hopes to vote on a nuclear review bill by Thursday, as talks resume next week on a deal between Tehran and world powers.
"We tell America that what is coming is more bitter and harder."
British-flagged vessels are also now being escorted through the Strait of Hormuz by U.S. Navy warships following Iran's capture of a Marshall Islands-flagged ship.
Will the UN rush to investigate an attack leaving two UN peacekeepers wounded in the Golan Heights, as it did when a UNIFIL soldier was shot in January?
The Islamic State reportedly has deployed forces near the border.