"The initial information is that these are ISIS members, but the security people should check this and not I."
Trump then joked, “They wouldn’t do that for me, Judah.”
"They made it clear that they have other ways of expressing their influence in the area... We will study its timetable, how it will be implemented and – of course – its implications for us."
Only two weeks ago, the IDF attacked and destroyed a squad of seven ISIS soldiers who crossed into the Golan Heights from Syria.
"This morning when I got up to go to my base, I asked myself [...] why must I serve the State of Israel, the state which I and both my brothers and my fathers served [...] and in the end what are we? Second class citizens."
Russia is ready to deal a new blow to terrorists if they again try to break peace in Syria, Putin said.
Today the Jordanian airbase is operating at “four to five times what the space was originally intended to support.”
Baghdadi "insisted on taking a yellow cab in order not to leave doubts that his was a civilian vehicle.”
On Tuesday, the US Treasury announced the expansion of sanctions on Iran's Revolutionary Guards, which were originally imposed on October 13 because the Iranian group was "supporting terrorism."
The Syrian Democratic Forces coalition on October 20 officially announced at a news conference that the city had been liberated from ISIS.
Needless to say, the Syrian military's official announcement did not mention the nature of the target - a chemical weapons plant.
A different version of the events was offered by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, says the deaths were the result of airstrikes carried out by warplanes that may have been Israeli.
"In these circumstances, the traditional adage that the enemy of your enemy can be regarded as your friend no longer applies," writes Kissinger. "In the contemporary Middle East, the enemy of your enemy may also be your enemy."
Both attacks were carried out by the Islamic State terrorist group against Coptic Christian churches on the holiday of Palm Sunday.
The messages on unofficial ISIS websites happily share the news of the attack, accompanied by big 'Allahu Akbar' talkbacks.
Many travelers take these items with them as carry-ons due to fears they may be stolen at some point in the baggage handling process.
An ISIS-linked terrorist group has built an army and seized control of four villages and a provincial capital near the northern Israeli border.