12:46 PM: Now this is interesting: A Syrian army source told the Lebanon news outlet, Elnashra: A number of rockets were launched at IDF positions...
Senators want Iran to recognize Israel, release Jason Rezaian and for the President to certify Iran isn't targeting US citizens...
The divestment measures are driven by hatred of Israel, not humanitarian concerns about Arabs.
No matter who was behind the attack, Hezbollah knows it has more than one enemy.
Arab sources report the IAF destroyed a missile site and killed Syrian soldiers.
The 4 terrorists were trying to plant a bomb in Israel on the Golan Heights.
The airstrip, 10 miles from the Syrian border, could be used for UAV missions against Syrian rebels. Israel also is in range.
Arab media said several bases with long-range missiles were attacked on Saturday and last Wednesday.
Iranian warships neared Yemen to support Houthi rebels despite the presence of US vessels in the area.
Kremlin says the lifting of the ban on selling the anti-missile systems to Iran was only a "political and legal decision."
Despite Clinton's agreement, North Korea now has 20 nukes, and as many as 40 next year. It's a foreboding look ahead at Iran.
“The real source of threat is the United States of America, which creates insecurity through its interference in domestic and internal issues of other countries in the region and faces no inhibitory forces,” Khamenei told military leaders in Tehran.
Muslim Brotherhood-backed former Egyptian Pres. Mohamed Morsi is sentenced to 20 years in prison.
The good news he is not able to control daily operations. The bad news is that he is recovering.
He escaped the death penalty but still faces sentencing for more criminal charges.
Forget about Israel, doesn't Brandeis care about Iran's abysmal human rights record?
As Iran may be re-supplying the Houthis, US warships steam towards Yemen.
if Iran tries to move a Russian s-300 antimissile system to Syria or Hezbollah in Lebanon, Israel will make sure it doesn't get there.
"Sexual violence in conflict has become a weapon of choice because it is cheap, silent and effective."
Saudi Arabia has posted an alert of a possible terror attack on Aramco's oil facilities and malls in the capital of Riyadh, Bloomberg News...