Israel isn't afraid of sanctions from Iraq, which doesn't permit oil sales to Israel.
An Iranian court sentenced a man to five years in prison on charges of spying for Israel.
Iraq has threatened any country which buys the Iraqi Kurdistan crude oil. Israel is buying it.
Iran -- ironically -- has issued a warning that Sunni militants are trying to create 'disunity' in the Muslim world.
Mahmoud Abbas tells Arab leaders his forces are searching for the kidnapped Israeli teens.
Progress: The Shin Bet says it knows which Hamas terror cell kidnapped three Israeli teens in Gush Etzion last week.
Turkey has evacuated its staff from the city of Basra, located in southern Iraq.
Will US envoy to OIC discuss the snatching of schoolgirls and boys by genocidal Islamist terrorists?
Breaking News: Fatah-linked group is latest in string of terror orgs to say they are holding boys; will demand thousands of Palestinian prisoners
Jordan appears to be the next target for the Al Qaeda-linked ISIS terrorist group, says an Arab news writer.
It is far from clear that Hamas is responsible for the current crisis. Netanyahu, however, set the stage by agreeing to the Shalit deal
An additional 10,000 Syrian refugees will be permitted to enter Germany.
For Lowey, the question is whether she will break with the Obama Administration, which has signaled willingness to continue funding the new Hamas-infused Palestinian Authority.
Palestinian Authority plans to bypass Western aid regulations by funnelling terrorist pensions through PLO
The Al Qaeda-linked ISIL group is now eyeing Baghdad after swallowing northern and central Iraq, and eastern Syria. Emirate to follow?
The German government is cracking down on those who fight in the Syrian civil war; one who returned has been charged with terrorism.
Netanyahu brushed aside Lapid’s political threats, saying that he was either too politically inexperienced or unaware of the true nature of the peace negotiations with Abbas.
Al Qaeda's ISIL guerrilla force seized northern Iraq on Tuesday, leading to questions about America's promises to fight the war on terror.
Reports on Palestinian infighting becoming daily feature. Today's segment: Fatah attacks Hamas in Ramallah, banks still closed in Gaza
Jordan summons Australian official over Canberra's decision to stop referring to east Jerusalem as 'occupied' territory.
For the first time since 2008, Iran's president has arrived in Turkey on a state visit.
The Lebanese Hezbollah guerrilla fighters are the most heavily armed in the region, other than Israel, the IDF warns.
Arab media are salivating over Jewish squabbles about internal Israeli divisions on policy reported by wire services.
Fawzi Ayoub, a Hezbollah terrorist who was imprisoned in Israel for an attempted terrorist attack in Jerusalem and was also on the FBI's most wanted terrorist list, finally met his death in Syria last month.
The US is trying to reach an agreement with Iran on its nuclear weapons program so it can drop the sanctions against them.