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.
Two people are dead and more than a dozen wounded after 3 days of rockets fired at Turkey by ISIS in Syria.
The Jordanian government is taking steps to contain any potential radical Islamist uprising before it starts.
The discussion between the Pentagon, Israel and Egypt "is about modernizing our force structure on the ground in the Sinai."
IDF soldiers are drilling in northern Israel as the situation grows even more unstable across the border in Syria.
Saudi Arabia and Egypt are redrawing their mutual maritime boundaries but both say they'll respect the peace treaty.
Obviously it didn't work.
Abu Mazen's brother in Qatar is seriously ill, so he chose to be treated in Israel at upscale Assuta Medical Center.
A prominent Fatah official is assassinated after demanding tighter security from a meeting of PLO factions.
The email exchanges between Clinton's chief of staff with Huma Abedin may be crucial to understanding the role Abedin will have in the Clinton White House.
"Naturally, it doesn't hurt Netanyahu's position in Israel for him to mention [the raids into Syria], but the gist of the message was delivered because of the lull in Syria."
“We act when needed, including here across the border, with dozens of strikes in order to deny Hezbollah game-changing weapon,” Netanyahu said.
Those fanatical Jews could some day demand to share equally in the Temple Mount, something that could provoke nothing but Arab rage, for which the Jews would surely be blamed.
Another bombing attack in Istanbul, this time at a bus stop in a central Istanbul business district, but on a Saturday night.
Mohamed Abrini was arrested Friday; he's the last Brussels terrorist but also was involved in the Paris attacks.
The U.S. is finally getting serious about fighting ISIS terrorists. It's President Obama's final year in office.
Israel and the U.S. are both warning their citizens to leave Turkey immediately due to concrete terror threats.
Hezbollah is becoming more isolated among Arab nations as it draws closer to its Iranian handlers.