Rebels, termed “terrorists” by the Assad regime, killed six people in a car bomb explosion in Damascus that failed to claim the life of...
So far, everyone agrees that the ongoing civil war has been a bonanza for Israeli security concerns.
There were many reports that Israeli jets flew over Syrian President's palace on Saturday, but did they also bomb a chemical weapons site nearby?
Film permit was revoked after a letter of protest from the Israel Boycott Office of the Arab League.
Arab and Islamic parties promised to upgrade the Gaza harbor which is now under an Israeli blockade.
Tezyapar provides the original Turkish transcript, and the following English translation.
When a presumed enemy drone is spotted on the way to enter your air space, and your Prime Minister is flying nearby, you don’t take any chances. Netanyahu’s tour in the north was halted in mid-air.
France and Britain have said it. Israel said it categorically. Assad used chemical weapons, the red line for Obama to intervene in Syria. Now the US figures out it’s true – but just a bit. So let’s wait.
Hizbullah is playing games again – war games. It is dragging Lebanon into the Syrian war by fighting rebels. Today, the Air Force downed a drone flying towards Israel, presumably sent by Hizbullah.
The council set more than a dozen conditions to make the process religiously acceptable.
An Israeli Bedouin serving a life prison sentence in Egypt on charges of being a spy has begun a hunger strike to draw attention...
The US is darned lucky. It deserves worse terror than the Boston bombing. And the root cause is the US backing Israel. Is that Iran talking? No. Just Richard Falk, the UN’s great god of human rights.
Obama has said he would use force in Syria if it used chemical weapons. No wonder Kerry denies Israeli intel that Assad used nerve gas. And didn’t the US once reject Israel’s info on Iran’s nuke work?
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has won a 10-15 year contract potentially worth $2.5 billion to build the wings for the F-35 stealth bomber, which...
Defending Israel’s legitimacy is a “huge part” of her work as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice told a Reform Judaism event...
But the head of the research division at Military Intelligence does not believe an all out war is imminent.
Iranian spies were caught in Turkey and India lat year. Now it is Nepal’s turn, and this time the Israeli Embassy caught the spy, who used a fake Israeli passport.
Jordan is jittery as Syrian chaos and bloodshed goes from worst to worst. Abdullah had no choice but to ditch hopes for Assad and let Israel use its air space to attack Syria with drones, if need be.
Kerry showed Ankara how much the Boston Marathon bombings affected him. Now he understands why Turks are angry at Israel for the Mavi Mamara flotilla clash. Go figure.
Blood poured like water in Syria on Sunday. Rebels claimed nearly 100 fighters were massacred. Assad’s regime in effect confirmed the report and said it “inflicted heavy losses upon terrorists.”
Egyptian authorities have smashed a suspected Israeli spy ring consisting of Egyptian and Palestinian Authority Arabs operating in the Sinai Peninsula, official state media...
Turkey and Israel once were good friends until Erdogan went berserk when Israel defended itself against Gaza missiles and then Turkish terrorists. But the Iranian threat has a way of uniting old friends.
Who cares whether Hagel loves or hates Israel? The US needs the Jews. He brought money and parroted the official line: ‘Israel has the right to defend itself.” Thank you. He even visited Yad VaShem.
When Chuck Hagel leaves the region, he will have explained how Israel can afford to spend even more billions of dollars.
6.8 million needy, 4.25 million internally displaced, 1.3 million refugees—out of a rapidly shrinking population of 20.8 million.