Egypt's top Islamic cleric warns Charlie Hebdo staff to pull its 'provocative' cover.
Turkey's President Erdogan lashed out at Israel's PM Netanyahu for "daring" to participate in the Paris unity march.
Did Syrian make the wanabee terrorist realize life is not so bad in Israel?
French Jewry is the largest new immigrant wave to Israel; figures more than doubled in 2014 and 10,000 new immigrants are expected in 2015.
New York City police officers were given new orders on Sunday at roll call: “Remain alert and consider tactics at all times.”
French Jewry is in the crossfire as the world starts to wrestle with radical Islam and is facing two lethal issues as it decides whether to leave en masse, for good.
Security personnel are on their highest level in France; the terror threat is rising globally too.
Israel's PM Netanyahu joins heads of state from Germany, Britain, Spain and Italy in Paris as one million gather to rally on Sunday against terror.
Cairo police sent in a robot to defuse what appears to be a bomb outside the shul.
Jabeth Al-Nusra took credit for the attack.
Turkey seems to be undergoing its own wave of Islamic terrorism.
Egyptian police announced that the found the bodies of 2 beheaded men in their 30s in northern Sinai. No other information is available at...
Double hostage siege in Paris ends with 3 male Al Qaeda terrorists dead and at least 15 hostages free; four were killed in the kosher grocery attack.
Egypt's President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi called on Muslim clerics to combat extremist ideology two weeks before radical Islamist terrorists killed 12 journalists at a satiric magazine in Paris.
Egypt has decided to raze the Gaza city of Rafah to the ground – at least, the part that exists on Egypt's side of the border.
Nothing like stormy weather to put a damper on a civil war.
An elderly French Jew was among the dead in Wednesday's terror attack in Paris.
Police are hunting 3 Islamist terrorists: two brothers 32 and 34, and a man age 18, all French nationals who killed 12 journalists on Wed. in Paris at the Charlie Hebdo satiric magazine offices.
First time ever, Egypt's Pres. el-Sisi attends Coptic Christmas mass at Cairo Abbasiya Cathedral, says all Egyptians "one hand."
Hamas denies reports the group's political bureau chief, Khaled Mashaal, was expelled by long-time patron, Qatar.