Five wounded Israelis have already returned to Israel; two seriously wounded victims are set to return Sunday.
The closure is expected to impact ... five percent of the world’s daily oil production.
Will the UN rush to investigate an attack leaving two UN peacekeepers wounded in the Golan Heights, as it did when a UNIFIL soldier was shot in January?
"If revolutions are suppressed they turn into armed action, and if they are ignored they expand and spread."
If the wind blows in the wrong direction, Israelis will need gas masks to stay alive.
Hezbollah has begun to lock its anti-aircraft missiles' radar across Lebanon on incoming Israeli warplanes.
Someone at the news agency apparently had second thoughts and quickly deleted the tweet, but not quick enough.
“There are some new ideas on the table. More than that I cannot discuss. There is room for cautious optimism," Steinitz said.
Obama's new ISIS czar disses Israel, cuddled Hamas, defended Assad, and thought Obama too hawkish on Iran.
Rabbi Yaakov Menken, managing director of the Coalition for Jewish Values, said “instead of a cold détente attained via surrender to unreasonable demands, these new agreements promote peace based upon common security needs and mutual medical, technological and financial benefits.”
After solidifying Turkey's support for Hamas, Khaled Mashal flies to Iran to get their financial support too.
Residents reported hearing two loud explosions.
It's that time of year again, when pro-Gaza groups get antsy and they just have to launch a flotilla. This time, it's the women.
Last week, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan was not permitted to speak to Turkish ex-patriots in Germany.
Egyptians gave landslide support for a proposed new constitution after two days of voting, but the Muslim Brotherhood boycotted the balloting, which was accompanied...
Netanyahu said Israel had no choice due to the humanitarian issues impacting Gaza.
Malley’s appointment conveys to Tehran that Sec. Blinken’s remarks on strengthening JCPOA and standing up for human rights in Iran were empty words.
The reason for refraining from doing reforms is that they touch the clientelism and nepotism widespread throughout the Lebanese political system.
A rare scarab seal belonging to a senior Egyptian official of the 13th Pharaonic Dynasty is found by a birdwatcher on Israel's northern coast.
A Gaza terror group boasts it now has rockets that can reach "all cities anywhere in Israel."
Sanders says combat on the ground must be done by Muslim troops with our support.
The exhibit draws attention to the refugee crisis and features works of welded iron superimposed over Reuter’s photographs of refugees.
Columnist quotes Obama aide insulting Netanyahu, citing "crisis" in US-Israel relations.
Severe birth pains have accompanied Libya's lurch towards democracy.
Israeli FM: "The UAE is not our enemy, we are not sharing a border or past hostilities. So, we are OK with that."
Ex Mossad chief Meir Dagan often adds flare to his public statements. But don't let that fool you, he is a cool and reliable thinker, who undoubtedly was behind the sabotage efforts which caused Iran's nuclear program numerous mishaps and delays. But his flare and colorful speech are fodder for eager editors who misrepresent what the retired spy is actually saying. In fact, they often not only twist his words, they go as far as to invent new words for him, born by nothing more than wishful thinking and an agenda.
Hamas asks Turkey to stop Israeli war planes from retaliating for terrorist rocket fire directed at southern Israeli towns.
The teen terrorist who stabbed a Jewish teacher in Marseille told police he did it for Da'esh (ISIS).
IDF: "We will not accept infiltration operations out of Lebanon and will act as necessary to prevent and deter those who try to infiltrate.”
The international emergency agency exercise is simulating a massive forest fire and humanitarian aid crisis.