Several Arab countries, led by Jordan and the Palestinian Authority, have removed two resolutions critical of Israeli policies in eastern Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria and the Gaza Strip from the agenda of an upcoming UNESCO executive board session in Paris this week.
The report added there were other Israeli Mossad agents “recently arrested in Lebanon” but gave no further details.
"A mixed-gender battalion won’t need to storm a machine gun nest with heavy weapons."
If Trump doesn't certify Iran's compliance, it goes to Congress, where they will have 60 days to decide whether or not to reimpose sanctions on Iran.
Arouri and a number of other Hamas operatives are currently based in Lebanon, where they met last month with Iranian officials.
The deal, estimated at $2.5 billion, has caused concern among Turkey’s NATO allies, who argued that the Russian system is incompatible with NATO's.
The UN labeled the incident the “largest seizure of ammunition in the history of sanctions against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.”
Prime Minister Netanyahu saluted the Mossad operatives for their “bravery, professionalism, planning and execution.”
On Saturday evening, Haniyeh released a statement saying, "The reconciliation is a will and a decision, to prevent Israel from swallowing up the West Bank and continuing its siege of the Gaza Strip.”
“Netanyahu and his government do not know how the war will end if they start one."
"I told Rex Tillerson, our wonderful Secretary of State, that he is wasting his time trying to negotiate with Little Rocket Man."
Egyptian activist Hassan El-Shamy: "Only fifteen percent of the Egyptian Parliament consists of women. The percentage should be fifty plus one!"
The trip is taking place as part of the dissolution of Gaza’s administrative committee, brokered with Hamas by Egypt.
Ali Akbar Velayati, a top advisor to Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, on Tuesday told Tehran Times that the US and the "Zionist regime...
"What are we supposed to think about the ‘friendliness’ of the Iranian leaders under such circumstances?" Ambassador Koren asked.
“If Israel does not reconsider its support for Kurdish independence, Turkey will not be able to take many steps we would have with Israel, too."
The same missile that exploded upon re-entry after flying 600 miles was displayed at last week's parade.
All of Kurdistan's neighbors have been advancing military units towards its borders, possibly scheming to repeat the attempt in 1948 by seven Arab states to choke the fledgling State of Israel.
The hunger for a state of their own dates as far back as the time when the Ottoman Empire was broken up after World War I and European nations divided the territory.
“We know that the jihadis have a lot of money . . . Would Kim Jong-un sell deadly VX for $40 million a kilogram? I think absolutely they would.”
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel "clearly differentiates between the PKK and the legitimate efforts of the Kurdish people."
The latest Iranian missile test is "further proof of Iran's aspirations to become a world power," said Liberman.
Jordanian columnist Asad al-‘Azouni wrote in Ammon claiming that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi could not possibly be a Muslim, but was instead an Israeli Rabbi named Elliott Shimon.
Jahan-Abadi explained that these Jewish-Zionist groups’ animosity towards the Islamic Republic is "due to Iran’s support for the oppressed people of Palestine in the face of Israel’s brutal aggression."
"We cannot let a murderous regime continue these destabilizing activities while building dangerous missiles," Trump said.