France rejected Israel's offer of advanced counter terrorist tracking technology just after the January 2015 Da'esh-Al Qaeda slaughters.
The US just tied up a neat little contract to buy 32 metric tons of heavy water from Iran.
Jordan again warns of "dangerous consequences" for "invasions" by Jews who visit the Temple Mount.
By 9 am on the second day of Passover, five Jews had already been arrested on the Temple Mount.
A rare scarab seal belonging to a senior Egyptian official of the 13th Pharaonic Dynasty is found by a birdwatcher on Israel's northern coast.
Israeli military technology saved the lives of Turkish soldiers in Mosul when their tank was attacked by Da'esh.
Israeli jets scramble to escort Egypt Air passenger plane to Ben Gurion International Airport.
In the background of this obvious rude treatment is the Congressional bill allowing lawsuits against the Saudi government for Sept. 11.
PM Netanyahu flew to Russia to meet with Russian Pres. Putin on crucial security issues, the last day before the start of Passover.
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld a $1.75 billion award to relatives of American military victims of terror, against U.S.-held assets of an Iranian bank.
Saritah never got past the Istanbul airport, as his passport was expired. He then had to fly to Israel to fix his papers, where upon arrival he was arrested by the Shabak.
Last May, Åsa Romson said about the situation in the Mediterranean refugee crisis: "We are turning the Mediterranean into the new Auschwitz."
When the time comes and a Syrian ruler other than Assad take over, US pressure on Israel to begin negotiations on returning the Golan Heights would begin afresh.
In early February, Turkish president Recep Erdogan sought an audience with President Vladimir Putin, but he is yet to receive an invitation.
Jordan faces a lot of opposition to the project by Muslims who feared their terrorists could be identified by the cameras.
IDF soldiers were on the march bright and early for another "surprise military drill" on two of the nation's borders.
Hamas officials are convinced Israel has developed new technology to detect the tunnels.
The incident may cause Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah to pull his forces out of Syria.
French Pres. Hollande hoped to meet with Hezbollah but the Iranian-backed Shi'ite proxy group backed out, further isolating itself.
Israel is drilling its troops intensively, with civilians and emergency response teams, both in the north and south.