The United Nations is considering the possibility that Iran just might have figured out how to avoid international sanctions in order to continue that...
An Israeli man charged in the United States with selling arms to Iran was arrested at Israel’s Ben Gurion International Airport.
Clinton's State Department refused to name Boko Haram as foreign terrorist organization in 2011.
Once again, peace with Israel is a major campaign issue in Egypt. Frontrunner al-Sisi says treaty is 'stable'; challenger is long-time opponent of treaty
This Arab is angry that everyone in the media is picking on poor David HaNachlawi.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani must be addicted to WhatsApp, because he reportedly applied his official veto and overrode the decision to outlaw WhatsApp in Iran.
The Prime Minister’s Office has denied President Shimon Peres ever reached a deal with PA Chairman Abbas.
Iranian Fars news agency reports a massive explosion in Qazvin city in Iran. The explosion supposedly happened in a "storage facility".
Egypt is to receive 4.5 BCM (billion cubic meters) each year for 15 years, valued at 1.1 to 1.3 billion dollars a year.
Iran has outlawed WhatsApp, reportedly because it is now owned by that wily, Jewish, Zionist Mark Zuckerberg.
In photos of the two bloody crucified Syrians, passersby don't even give them a second glance.
Syrian soldiers and rebels killed more than 50 people and wounded more than 100 others in a car bomb blast in a regime-held neighborhood...
Kerry: I do not believe nor have I ever said that Israel is or intends to become an Apartheid State.
On Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Day, President Peres focused on anti-Semitism and its dangers to Jews around the world.
It is one thing “never to forget,” and it is another to remember not to let it happen again.
NYU SJP students crept into a primarily Jewish dorm and shoved propaganda under the doors of the sleeping students.
Turkey “will strongly support the reconciliation agreement and offer all humanitarian aid” for the Hamas-Fatah unity government that was announced Wednesday, Turkish Foreign Minister...
At the press conference with the Israeli reporters, Abbas threatened to cancel the Oslo Accords, dismantle the Palestinian Authority, and force the Israeli government to pay the salaries of PA employees and the police.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Abbas must choose between peace with Israel or Hamas.
Tunisian lawmakers are questioning their tourism minister over a decision to allow Israelis to enter the country for the El Ghriba synagogue pilgrimage.