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.
Two ISIS terrorists are dead and a third wounded by Egyptian security personnel in Sinai.
Major cities in Europe are on high alert in response to a warning by a "friendly" intelligence service.
The President said, “Look, the media is pursuing ratings. This is a legitimate news story…. it’s up to the media to make a determination about how they want to cover things.”
The video is alleged to be from Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who has not been heard from in seven months.
Large Arab security forces are deployed in Bethlehem. Radicals have posted social media threats of terror against Arabs.
A Japanese journalist is being held hostage by a terrorist group in Syria; execution is threatened if ransom is not paid.
Two Israeli Arabs are indicted on charges of working for ISIS and plotting an attack on IDF soldiers at the Golani Junction in northern Israel.
Halil was caught however, by chance misfortune, when he attempted to cross the border from Turkey to Syria.
Obama is not popular in either country, but to put it in positive terms, the U.S. President is a tiny bit more popular with Iranians than with Israelis.
State Dept. experts wanted to demote Oman for its record on human trafficking, but Kerry's advisers blocked the report to keep its ally on the same page for the Iran deal.
When the explosion blast was heard, there were reports of a "mortar attack" on social media.
Bahrain's 37 Jews constitute one of the world's smallest Jewish communities, with one synagogue and a small cemetery.
Senior Hamas terrorist Salah al-Arouri has left Istanbul "voluntarily," allegedly as part of deal to strengthen Turkish ties with Israel.
Israel’s Ambassador to Russia responded: "We support efforts against world terrorism. We have been telling this for more than a century."
The elite Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) is retreating from Syria.