The Brigade Commander has gone through nine months of hell for essentially doing his duty and taking down a terrorist.
Another bombing attack in Istanbul, this time at a bus stop in a central Istanbul business district, but on a Saturday night.
Mohamed Abrini was arrested Friday; he's the last Brussels terrorist but also was involved in the Paris attacks.
The 3 reportedly had hand grenades and a sub-machine gun.
The U.S. is finally getting serious about fighting ISIS terrorists. It's President Obama's final year in office.
Israel and the U.S. are both warning their citizens to leave Turkey immediately due to concrete terror threats.
Hezbollah is becoming more isolated among Arab nations as it draws closer to its Iranian handlers.
A moderate Muslim leader says it is not Islamophobic to protest against Hamas speakers and supporters.
Arab terrorists planted a bomb along the security fence in northern Gaza, and triggered it when an IDF vehicle passed by.
His pals in the party threw him hastily under the nearest bus.
It is unclear at this point who the shooter was and what was his or her motive.
Hamas would have been able to construct whole neighborhoods for Gaza's homeless population with the wealth it invests in tunnel digging.
The SJP action was presumably protected under the freedom of speech doctrine.
One of the brothers was wearing a yarmulke and tzitzis (fringes).
Kuru, a neuro-degenerative disorder that is associated with cannibalism, has emerged in Syria.
If ever there were a living testimony about how ineffective the Israeli policy of demolishing the homes of terrorists has been, this one should close the book on the entire debate.
Maor Tzemach, head of the association Lach Yerushalayim called on police to arrest the heads of the PLO in the city, who were behind the "Shahids Garden."
Hamas is again stealing construction supplies from Gazans, building terror tunnels instead of homes for its people.
"It cannot be," a woman driver said, "It's insane, and I don't accept it."
The Supreme Court will likely keep poor Meir Ettinger in administrative detention until his son is old enough to be arrested on fabricated charges.
Israeli security personnel demolished the family homes of three terrorists who killed a 19-year-old policewoman in February.
Authorities are not calling a stabbing attack on an IDF soldier a terror attack but are examining "all options."
The real figures present a picture of persistent lawlessness resembling some third world countries in the midst of a civil war.
The autopsy was conducted as part of an investigation being carried out by the IDF prosecutor.
Apparently the shock from the Hebron video has worn off.