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Leviathan’s First Deal Signed With Israeli-Turkish Consortium

An Israeli-Turkish consortium has signed the first contract for natural gas with the Leviathan development group.

Iran Awards Captors of US Sailors with Medals

The Revolutionary Guardss had said the patrol boats had entered Iranian territorial waters by mistake.

‘Ghost Sniper’ Picking Off Libyan ISIS Leaders

A “ghost sniper” has been putting the fear of Allah in the hearts of ISIS leaders in Libya, having already assassinated three of them over the past two weeks.

Hamas Terror Chief Khaled Mashaal in Jordan to Visit Mom

Hamas international terror chief Khaled Mashaal is in Jordan to visit his mother, who is ill.

EgyptAir Mechanic Suspected of Planting Bomb on Russian Jet

"He was told to not ask any questions and get the bomb on the plane."

US Ambassador Denies Ya’alon’s Accusation of Turkish Toleration of ISIS

Netanyahu said that Turkey and Israel enjoyed good relations in the past and that Israel does not want to see those relations deteriorate.

Knesset Speaker: No words to describe hypocrisy of hosting Rouhani on Holocaust Day

Rouhani will address UNESCO, the United Nation’s science and culture organization, on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

European Airlines Flying Back to Iran

European airlines are racing back to Tehran, but cautious in how they publicize their return.

How UNESCO Chief Learned to Live with Iran’s Holocaust Toons

So far, Iran's only response to international condemnations was to up the first prize from $12,000 to $50,000.

Lapid: Iran Deal Now Funding Terror at Israel’s Expense

Even though Yesh Atid took a beating in the last election, Yair Lapid hopes to become prime minister next time around.

Hamas Terror Tunnels Collapsing Under Heavy Rain in Gaza

Heavy rains in Israel are a blessing to the land and to the security of the Jews living in the Land as well.

Morocco Muslim Summit to Debate Protecting Non-Muslims

More than 300 religious and political leaders from Muslim-majority nations, including Egypt, Turkey, Iraq, Pakistan and Iran, are expected to attend the forum.

Kerry Says Sanctions Relief Will Help Iran Fund Terrorists

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.

Tales from the New Libyan Caliphate: Acupuncturist Beheaded for Witchcraft

US counter-terrorism officials regard the Libyan branch as the Islamic State’s most dangerous affiliate.

Lord George Weidenfeld, 96, Passes Away

Lord Weidenfeld was known as a major philanthropist in the Jewish world, but also among Christians.

Ayatollah Condemns Saudi Embassy Attacks

"Attacking the Saudi embassy … was really bad and harmed Iran and Islam," Khamenei was quoted as saying.

ISIS Grinds Iraq’s Oldest Christian Monastery to Rubble

U.S. soldiers prayed in the ancient monastery during their deployment in Iraq.

5-Member Hezbollah Terror Cell Nabbed in Israel

The five Hezbollah-funded terrorists were caught before they could carry out their plans near Tulkarem.

Istanbul Synagogue Sprayed With Anti-Israel Grafitti

Of the nine synagogues in Istanbul's Balat section, only two remain in active use.

Pres. Rivlin Warns Support Growing for ISIS Among Israeli Arab Teens

President Rivlin warned that Israel had better find a way to offer something "better" to Israeli Arab teens.

Germany Cracking Down on North African Asylum Seekers

The German government says North African countries must take back rejected asylum seekers or kiss good bye any German development aid, the BBC reported....

Israeli Arab Gets 3 Years for Joining ISIS

The sentences of three and four years are among the heaviest ever imposed in Israel for illegal association.

Three Americans Abducted by ‘Militiamen’ in Baghdad

Three Americans were kidnapped from a southern Baghdad neighborhood on Friday.

Russian Tel Aviv Embassy Website Resumes Work after Hacker Attack

The recovered website appears to be alive and well and not very interesting.

When It Rains It Pours: Hague Claims Tribunal Orders US to Pay Iran $1.7...

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.

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