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The UN says it is "inappropriate" for Israel to exhibit on Jerusalem, its Arab population and Zionism.
The German weekly 'Der Spiegel' again outs its country's spy agency for spying. This time Israel was included.
Bahrain has worked for a long time to persuade other Arab nations to blacklist Hezbollah and Iran.
Turkey has already begun retaliation for the bombing in Ankara, attacking the PKK in Iraq.
The last time Israel designated a lot as state land was in August 2014, after 3 yeshiva teens were murdered.
Bob Levinson is abandoned as 5 U.S. hostages are freed from Iran on the nuclear deal "implementation day."
Jews in Geneva are warned to be "vigilant" as the Swiss city goes on high alert. Police hunt for 4 men with links to ISIS.
Israel hunts for space in Abu Dhabi as a member of IRENA international renewable energy agency.
IAEA head Yukiya Amano warns he cannot guarantee that all of Iran's nuclear material is dedicated solely to peaceful activities.
"At this time of heightened tension, I caution against action that would only perpetuate the cycle of hatred and violence."
Forty years ago, a dark chapter was written in the UN’s history, and despite the retraction of the resolution, the hypocrisy and delegitimization against Israel still echo in the halls of the UN.
Abbas told U.N. Human Rights Commission, "For how long will this protracted Israeli occupation of our land last? After 67 years. how long?"
It was Netanyahu's 44 seconds of silence, symbolizing the world’s silence in the face of Iranian threats to annihilate Israel.
Iran is ready to help “bring about democracy” in Syria and Yemen. Rouhani also a bridge in Brooklyn he's selling.
An Emirati business leader steps out on a limb to slam the nuclear deal sealed with Iran by U.S.-led world powers.
Abu Mazen is no stranger to bombshells or bombs, but his latest statement has everyone speculating about the show he is expected to give at the UN.
Abbas said that Jews "have no right to dirty the mosque with their filthy feet, we won’t let them do it."
Danon and Netanyahu haven't always had the smoothest of relationships.
Proposed law will place a 37% tax on NGOs who work for foreign governments.
UN soldiers stationed in Katzrin don't care what laws they break or who they inconvenience.
The South Carolina senator may run to be the Republican presidential nominee but has little chance of winning.
World Bank also comes up with a brainstorm: Give more money to Hamas to "rehabilitate" Gaza, or is it vice-versa?