“This execution was very shocking,” Nasrallah said, suggesting the Saudis were sending the Islamic world “a message in blood with the swords, with beheadings.”
Iran vented its fury on Saudi Arabia by allowing "protesters" to destroy its embassy in Tehran over the execution of a Shiite cleric.
"Asked whether the new alliance will confront only the ISIS terrorist organization, the Deputy Crown Prince said: 'No, but against any terrorist organization emerges before us. "
Trump's 'No Muslim' proposal is no more racist than similar established policies which raised no outcry by US or anyone else.
The San Bernardino shooter planned his first terror attack in 2012. Did the FBI miss that red flag too?
The San Bernardino slaughterers stopped at grandma's to leave their 6-month-old baby before heading out to murder Farook's co-workers.
'If the US doesn't lead, we get chaos," former Secretary of State George Schultz told the WJC audience.
Three housekeepers in his $37 million mansion are suing. The prince reportedly was drunk.
One dispute was over a sentence of death by beheading and crucifixion handed down to a 17-year-old protester.
Saudi Arabia denies other claims that more than 1,000 were killed. Iran says the stampede killed 200 Iranians.
A "dhow" vessel was caught in the Arabian Sea attempting to smuggle Iranian arms in to Yemeni Houthi rebels.
Should a regime as paranoid as this be allowed to acquire nuclear weapons or become a regional hegemony?
The death toll now is 717 and rising. Hundreds more were wounded during the stone-throwing ceremony at the hajj pilgrimage.
Five Israeli Arab MKs travel to meet with Jordan's King Abdullah II regarding the disturbances on the Temple Mount.
PM Netanyahu tells UN's Ban Ki-moon Israel is committed to "strictly" maintaining the status quo at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
Saudi Arabia is raising the issue of violence at the Temple Mount with the United Nations Security Council.
At least 107 people are dead and hundreds more are wounded after a crane collapsed Friday at the Grand Mosque in Mecca.
Four Hamas officials and a Saudi Arabian finance firm are hit by US Treasury sanctions.
A Kuwait official says Syrian refugees should never be allowed to enter his country. Lebanon and Turkey are "better suited" to them.
Mughassil, 48, is believed to be the leader of the Iran-supported Hezbollah Al-Hejaz group.