Nasrallah says Israel is growing more worried about Iran and is now guarding Galilee.
Israel helps bring freedom to Turkey - what more can you say?
Unless this becomes law, a terrorist who aided in the U.S. hostage taking in Iran will get a U.S. visa
An unidentified gunman, possibly an Egyptian soldier, shot through the windshield of IDF jeep Wednesday evening, shattering glass that caused light injuries to one...
The Saudi Arabian government a new law aimed at outlawing any activity loosely connected to terrorism -- or criticism of the government.
Women become victims of honor violence if their behavior is seen to cause shame or violate norms.
Award-winning Israeli filmmaker Amos Gitai is preparing a film about the AMIA Jewish center bombing in Buenos Aires. The Brazilian production company Prana Films will...
Erdogan's ruling party, the AKP, won against challenges from the right and the left.
Now ain't that a slap in the face.
Iran's Chief Rabbi, Chacham Rabbi Yosef Hamadani Cohen died over Shabbat.
On Friday night, the Israeli Air Force (IAF) attacked 3 Arabs that infiltrated from Syria into Israel on the Golan Heights.
Turks expect that Facebook will be unreachable by Friday.
There are three words that explain Israel’s rejuvenated ties with Turkey: Iran, Syria and money.
First it was Twitter, now Turkey has blocked YouTube.
How do those “pro-Israel” and presumably pro-American Congressmen think that Iranian uranium is good for peace?
The Egyptian general who deposed Muslim Brotherhood-backed former President Mohammed Morsi in July 2013, announced late Wednesday he will run for president.
For the record, Rumsfeld did not compare Obama or Kerry with apes, but that is not necessarily a compliment.
The Arab League has finished digging the grave, and Abbas is walking Kerry to the cemetery.
Kerry is on a mission to convince Abbas to reverse his position that he has no intention of continuing negotiations with Israel over the U.S. sponsored “framework agreement.”
Either Obama or Kerry must tell the Saudis, bluntly, that they cannot have it both ways, Hier said.