In March, Israeli naval forces boarded a cargo ship in the Red Sea and discovered vast amounts of ammunition in crates of cement labeled “Made in Iran” believed to be going to terrorists.
US counter-terrorism officials regard the Libyan branch as the Islamic State’s most dangerous affiliate.
Lord Weidenfeld was known as a major philanthropist in the Jewish world, but also among Christians.
"Attacking the Saudi embassy … was really bad and harmed Iran and Islam," Khamenei was quoted as saying.
U.S. soldiers prayed in the ancient monastery during their deployment in Iraq.
The five Hezbollah-funded terrorists were caught before they could carry out their plans near Tulkarem.
Of the nine synagogues in Istanbul's Balat section, only two remain in active use.
President Rivlin warned that Israel had better find a way to offer something "better" to Israeli Arab teens.
The German government says North African countries must take back rejected asylum seekers or kiss good bye any German development aid, the BBC reported....
The sentences of three and four years are among the heaviest ever imposed in Israel for illegal association.
Three Americans were kidnapped from a southern Baghdad neighborhood on Friday.
The recovered website appears to be alive and well and not very interesting.
Leibovitch v. Kerry was looking to enjoin the Obama administration from releasing the $100 billion in frozen Iranian assets at the conclusion of the nuclear deal with Iran.
Netanyahu made it clear that Israel would still continue to closely monitor Iran’s activities.
Hundreds captured or murdered in Syria by ISIS in the capture of oil-rich Deir Ezzor, near Iraq.
Bob Levinson is abandoned as 5 U.S. hostages are freed from Iran on the nuclear deal "implementation day."
Unlike the US, which has kept quiet on the capitulation to Iran’s long range missile ambitions, the Iranians have been bragging about it.
In exchange, the US will offer clemency to 7 Iranian prisoners and reportedly other very major concessions.
Eager to get the sanctions lifted Iran released Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian and three other dual-nationality prisoners.
"The real purpose of Russia’s participation in the operation in the Middle East against international terrorism is not Latakia or the Alawites, but protection of its own security."