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WikiLeaks reveals a Saudi cable that claims Iran sent nuclear equipment to Sudan.
Israel's Counter-Terrorism Bureau is warning citizens not to travel to Tunisia, especially during Lag B'Omer.
Seven foreign tourists and a security official were among the 19 people who died Wednesday when at least five terrorists attacked the Bardo museum in Tunis.
A NYC jury has convicted Al Qaeda's 'minister of communications' on charges connected to the 1998 bombing of a US embassy in East Africa.
The Islamic State has started a fashion trend among Middle East jihadists; beheading is rapidly becoming the murder method of choice.
Ties set to expand between Israel and developing world
Immigration police, backed up by Border Police, broke up an unauthorized protest by illegal African infiltrators in front of the office of Prime Minister...
An African tribe, ‘Sons of Israel,” says it is descended from Jews and is "chosen.” Their language resembles Hebrew. They use the Star of David. But they are practicing Muslims.
Rice was part of Bill Clinton’s National Security Team whom in 1994 refused any intervention whatsoever in the Rwanda genocide that left 800,000 dead.
Here's another common denominator to all the cities above: these are all cities I won't be caught dead living in.
When the Fine family (not related to the Feiners from Alone in Africa!) move into a new neighborhood, the twin siblings named Nesanel (again, not related to Nesanel Feiner) and Nechama set out on a very important mission – finding friends to rescue them from their boredom.
Alone in Africa, by Avigail Sharer, is an original adventure story about three siblings named Nesanel, Penina and Chezky Feiner, who are, well, alone in Africa. Except they aren't entirely alone – they have animals and two battling African tribes to keep them company.
Desalination plants for the most part are extremely costly for less-developed nations, as they use enormous amounts of electricity and are location-sensitive. But thanks to a recent Israeli discovery, the desalination system may become much more affordable in areas like Africa and the Middle East.
Shifting regional alliances, spurred by Europe's economic adversity and the spread of radical Islam across Africa, has created a window of opportunity for Israel to reengage with a host of emerging African nations.
Politicians and European public figures, who have no desire to open the wounds of the past and stand in front of the mirror of history that will reveal their great wealth from Africa and their ethical nakedness, searched out a scapegoat, onto whom it would be possible to place all of the sins of their colonialism. Together with Arabs -themselves descendants of slave traders- they found the sacrificial victim: Israel