The UK-based Jewish relief organization has helped thousands of refugees in Greece and Turkey, including thousands of children, over the past year.
A senior IAF official said said the Americans downed Israeli planes in dogfights, "but we downed them, too."
Israel's interim head of embassy in Ankara is welcomed with a handshake by Turkish President Erdogan and wishes for success.
Turkey's Pres. Erdogan has signed off on the normalization agreement between his country and Israel. Next steps: payment of compensation and exchange of ambassadors.
Four years after a rioting mob tore apart the Israeli Embassy in Cairo, a new envoy formally presents his credentials to Egypt's Pres. El-Sisi and begins work.
This year, Jews will mourn both the losses of 9/11 and the bastardizing of our sacred tradition by semi-literate nomads with no respect for the truth.
ISIS No. 2 and international spokesperson Mohammed al-Adnani is reported dead in Aleppo. He is the third top terrorist to die in recent months.
Egypt has opened its sole crossing with Gaza to allow Muslims to travel to Mecca for the Hajj.
Beres has no illusions about a Hillary Clinton presidency when it comes to Israel's interests, but he is deeply concerned by Trump's "endless litany of barren clichés, emotional arguments and thoroughly empty witticisms."
Weiner was vehemently pro-Israel in Congress, and yet in 2010 he married Huma Abedin, a Muslim of Indian and Pakistani descent who was raised and educated in Saudi Arabia.
Iran, a member of OPEC, is not as worried about the plummeting price of crude oil as its regional neighbors -- it has other sources of income.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned "the enemy should understand that if it strikes, it will definitely be stricken by a yet stronger blow, with active defense turning to active assault as well.”
A new smuggler tunnel has been found by police, running between Mexico under the border to the USA.
Iran has arrested a member of its own negotiating team after signing the nuclear deal that restored billions to its coffers.
The PKK has been fighting the Turkish government since 1984, and is considered a terrorist organization by the US and the EU.
The approaching group was spotted by an IDF lookout.
The two groups may focus on different Arab countries for the time being, but the ideological connection between them is clear, and, apparently, the operational ties are starting to be revealed.
Erdogan lectured Biden on how Gulen is operating a global terrorist network from his little home in Pennsylvania, and repeated his demand that the US immediately detain Gulen, so he won't give media interviews.
The IAF hit a Syrian launch site and issued a stern warning.
Apparently, Turkey is determined to "continue to stand in solidarity with the Palestinian people against Israeli action that violates international law and offends the conscience."