The Fatah–Hamas conflict of 2006–07, a.k.a. the Palestinian Civil War, resulted in 600 deaths and the split of the PA in 2007.
Hezbollah is becoming increasingly isolated in the Arab world because of its loyalty to Iran.
Palestinian Authority Activists Sue for Billions from Sheldon Adelson, Pastor John Hagee, Ahava and...
Palestinian Authority activists hope to win billions from US supporters of post-1967 development in Judea and Samaria.
The Gulf nations led by Saudi Arabia join the United States and European Union in declaring Hezbollah a terror group.
Newly released documents from Osama Bin Laden's hideout show he was trying to create more structure in Al Qaeda.
Al Jazeera America will shut down on April 30 due to low ratings, operational problems and a lack of advertisers.
Israeli security forces have dismantled another attempt by Hamas to set up a regional headquarters in Samaria.
President Rouhani tells Iranians his nation has the right to enrich uranium under the new nuclear deal.
Iranian FM Javad Zarif is on a regional tour to "sell" the new nuclear deal to leaders in Kuwait, Qatar and Iraq.
Qatar, Turkey and Hamas like the idea. Has anyone asked Israel?
Qatar "loaned" the Palestinian Authority $100 million dollars today...
Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Qatar and the UAE, led by Sunni Muslims, share Netanyahu's fear of Obama making a bad deal with the Shi'ite regime.
The US signs an agreement with Turkey at the U.S. Embassy to train, arm and equip five thousand moderate Syrian opposition forces.
Security personnel are on their highest level in France; the terror threat is rising globally too.
Hamas denies reports the group's political bureau chief, Khaled Mashaal, was expelled by long-time patron, Qatar.
A new regional Gulf navy and police force is formed by six Gulf nations to fight terror and crime.
Lawmakers across spectrum uphold ban keeping Balad MK Hanin Zoabi out of the Knesset.
Reconstruction in Gaza won't even begin until the start of winter, says a Palestinian Authority official.
The US pledged $212 million for Gaza reconstruction at Sunday's donor conference in Cairo, where foreign ministers of 30 nations gathered.
Turkey has offered to host the Egyptian leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood after their eviction from Qatar.
Hamas denies its politburo chief Khaled Meshaal will leave Qatar; the monarchy evicted Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood leaders.
High-ranking members of the Muslim Brotherhood have been asked to leave Qatar and set up a new headquarters elsewhere.
Qatar's horror of legitimizing Israel's existence extends to even listing its name for TV sports purposes.
The US State Department has renewed its warning to American citizens against traveling to Israel on the eve of 9/11, prior to the Jewish high holy days.
Qatar funds both Hamas and the Brookings Institution. Martin Indyk is a head honcho at Brookings.