The IDF fired back with artillery.
The Muslim Middle East continues unraveling: Saudis cut relations with Iran, Iranians torch Saudi Embassy
“This execution was very shocking,” Nasrallah said, suggesting the Saudis were sending the Islamic world “a message in blood with the swords, with beheadings.”
In September, Israel reopened its embassy in Cairo, four years after it was torched by a crowd of protesters.
Iran vented its fury on Saudi Arabia by allowing "protesters" to destroy its embassy in Tehran over the execution of a Shiite cleric.
Russia bans firms from hiring Turkish citizens; Turkish hackers breach a Russian minister's Instagram account.
Naturally, with the UN passing 20 anti-Israel resolutions last month, there was precious little time left for the Syrian concern.
The Address is one of the tallest, flashiest skyscrapers in a city packed with flashy, tall architecture.
The Iranians say they will respond to any "US interventionist action against the Islamic Republic's defense program."
Did US administration win backing of Iran Deal by eavesdropping on private communications between Congressmen and pro-Israel groups?
Iranian vessel rocketfire was aimed close to a U.S. aircraft carrier in the Strait of Hormuz on Saturday.
The fake bills bear the image of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
A Lebanese military judge indicts a UNIFIL employee and two others on charges of spying for Israel.
The IDF has installed concrete barriers along Route 889 to protect against northern terror attacks.
US Rep. Peter King (R-NY) warns that ISIS leader Al-Bagdadi isn't wrong in saying the terror group is stronger.
Iraqi counter terrorism forces have liberated Ramadi, the capital of Anbar Province, from ISIS.
According to studio director Nadav Attia, Israeli institutions and workers' committees are angry at Turkey for its anti-Israel shenanigans over the past five years.
Thousands of trucks travel from Israel to Gaza delivering goods every week. Turkey won't renew ties with Israel for other reasons.
"PC" Foreign news agencies exhilarated over "moderate' Rouhani but omitted his criticism of the Islamic world for "stopping to look at the Zionist regime as the main aggressor."
The Hezbollah leader said it only is a matter of time before he orders an attack on Israel, but that "time" may be never.