Who will lead Saudi Arabia next? That is the question being asked in world capitals after King Abdullah falls ill.
Naturalized naval engineer indicted; sought to pass military secrets about US nuclear aircraft to Egypt
Can a Twitter account with 355,000 followers convince Saudi Arabia to allow women to drive?
With oil prices falling, Saudi Arabia may begin selling to Israel.
In Lebanon, a pro-Hezbollah vocalist has been arrested for nationalist and sectarian incitement.
The UAE names two top US Islamic groups and the Muslim Brotherhood as terror groups.
Turks find Israel more detestable than Hamas and Hezbollah. In fact, Turks absolutely despise the Jewish state.
The US pledged $212 million for Gaza reconstruction at Sunday's donor conference in Cairo, where foreign ministers of 30 nations gathered.
New U.S. travel warnings regarding kidnapping and other terrorist threats agains U.S. citizens.
The “blasphemy” was quickly corrected before it could be seen as a sign of peace, Allah forbid, with Israel.
Wartime makes the strangest bedfellows. Iran and the United States are both equipping the Lebanese army to protect the country against ISIS.
The general did not say which variant of the missile the country bought, bu did mention the DF 21 is capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
World leaders are condemning the beheading of a British aid worker by the global Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terror organization.
Lebanon would be a partner, a pioneer and spearhead in the battle against ISIS...
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.
Saudi Arabia is building its second security fence and no one is complaining.
Events on the other side of Israel's northern border are heating up. The IDF is on high alert in the Golan Heights.
The US has been sidelined in the Middle East. Egypt, the UAE and the Saudis are the new police force.
Jordan's Arab Bank goes on trial Monday in NY for facilitating money transfers from terror entities to Hamas members abroad.
Arab media are salivating over Jewish squabbles about internal Israeli divisions on policy reported by wire services.
Amos Yadlin invites Saudi Prince Faisal Al Saud for talks on 2002 Arab Peace Initiative
The Saudi Arabian government a new law aimed at outlawing any activity loosely connected to terrorism -- or criticism of the government.
Women become victims of honor violence if their behavior is seen to cause shame or violate norms.
Either Obama or Kerry must tell the Saudis, bluntly, that they cannot have it both ways, Hier said.
Saudi Arabia denied visa to a Jerusalem Post reporter who isn't Israeli and never lived in Israel.