IDF artillery forces fired on two Syrian government positions in retaliation for mortar fire aimed at Israel.
Iran's parliament has voted to approve the nuclear IranDeal.
A US Administration official was quick to assure that the test does not violate the nuclear agreement reached, because that accord has nothing to say about ballistic missiles.
Mortar shells exploded Tuesday morning in the Golan Heights, fired from Syria.
The Washington Post journalist is accused of espionage. The regime is using his conviction to stack the deck for a proposed prisoner swap.
A few rockets fell short this morning...
While Iraq says it may have eliminated the leader of ISIS in an air strike on a convoy, Turkey blames ISIS for a suicide bombing in its capital.
So much for Jews living peacefully under Islamic rule.
Suicide bombers are suspected of setting off the bombs. The Islamic State (ISIS) is a suspect, but no group has take responsibility.
Russia gets along with Israel much more than it does with the United States.
The UK is urging the European Union speed up the deportation of migrants who are being refused an asylum
Four long-range Russian cruise missiles reportedly crashed in Iran Wednesday as they flew overhead towards Syria.
NATO expressed "concern" while Russia rips off the mask that the only reason its forces are in Syria is to defeat ISIS.
Russia is throwing its weight around in the Middle East and no one seems prepared to intervene.
The FBI helped Moldova bust rings that tried to supply ISIS material that could contaminate large urban areas.
If the oil can be extracted at a reasonable cost, and that is a big "if" now, it would make Israel self-sufficient for decades.
The mass immigration of past years can no longer be sustained without threatening the country’s cohesion.
Josef Schuster fears the fact that many of the refugees seeking asylum in Germany come from countries hostile to Israel might bolster anti-Semitic views among the Arab community.
Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas has suddenly begun to dial back his anti-Israel inflammatory attitude and remarks.
NATO has warned Russia to keep its aircraft, currently in Syria, out of Turkey's air space.
A third archaeological treasure at Palmyra in Syria has been destroyed by ISIS: the Arch of Triumph.
Some members worried that the largely Muslim refugees would hold anti-Semitic views, but they decided not to be “governed by our fears.”
HIAS President and CEO Mark Hetfield has complained that when he made an appeal at a synagogues to promote Muslim immigration to America, the members asked him why they should support bringing in people who would eventually burn down their synagogues.
Kerry unleashes a new weapon to defeat ISIS: $5 million for information that can disrupt ISIS trade.
Saudi Arabia denies other claims that more than 1,000 were killed. Iran says the stampede killed 200 Iranians.