2 Suicide Bombings in Tunisian Capital

Interior Ministry spokesperson Sofian Za’ak called on the public to “show strength” and not to panic.

Dozens Arrested in ISIS Bombing of Tunisian Presidential Guard

The Tunisian Interior Ministry says dozens of suspects are in custody after last week's attack by ISIS killed 12 in the capital city.

IAI to Sell Morocco Barak MX Missile System for $600 Million

The Moroccan regime fears missile attacks from terror groups, similar to the Iran-sponsored Huthi attacks on Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

ISIS Takes Over Qaddafi’s Home Town in Libya

The Islamic State also takes control of a strategic and ancient city in Syria. Assad's army flees.

Report: ISIS is Building Air Force in Sirte

ISIS is reportedly training a terrorist air force in Sirte, Libya, with flight simulators and fighter jets.

13 Dead, 100 Wounded in Barcelona Terror Ramming Attack

Earlier reports of a hostage situation were subsequently debunked.

David Friedman Beware: 200 Years Ago, US Envoy to Tunis Was Fired for Being...

US Consul Noah was operating in the midst of this volatile mix, negotiating with powers that were easily as hostile to Americans and Europeans then as they are today.

Netanyahu: ‘UNHRC Legitimizes Hamas & ISIS; Nothing to Look For Here’

Israeli PM Netanyahu says the UN Human Rights Comission legitimizies murderous terrorist organizations such as Hamas and ISIS.

Berlin Truck Attacker Killed in Shootout with Cops

Amri, 24, who had spent time in prison in Italy, was stopped by two policemen during a routine police check in the Sesto San Giovanni neighborhood of Milan.

Morocco’s National Carrier Launches Direct Flights to Israel

Roundtrip fares on the four weekly flights cost about $440.

Morocco Bans Burqas, Probably for Security Reasons

Representatives of the Moroccan Interior Ministry visited markets to hand-deliver the written notices to vendors and tailors.

Jewish, Pro-Israel Groups React to Morocco Agreeing to Normalize Ties with Israel

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.”

1 Israeli Dies in Morocco, Possible Terror ‘Incident’

The Israelis were on their way to prayers and a celebratory meal for Rabbi Yoshiyahu Pinto marking the passing of his grandfather.

Israeli Ship Refused Safe Harbor in Tunisia

Boycott organizations threatened to block the port of the North-African country, forcing the Zim owned ship to turn around.

Paris Jews Beaten, Hospitalized After More Anti-Semitic Violence

Two separate, violent anti-Semitic attacks in the Paris area sent a Jewish mother and a Jewish teenager to hospitals.

Moroccan Airline to Start Tel Aviv-Casablanca Flights

The flights are scheduled to leave Casablanca every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, and depart Tel Aviv on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Moroccan Air Force Plane Lands in Israel for Regional Military Exercise, PA Arabs Stunned

"The Palestinians are having a hard time digesting the Israeli report on the landing of a Moroccan army cargo plane at the Hatzor Air Force base ahead of a joint air exercise."

Israel, Morocco Sign Cyber Defense Accord

The accord formalizes operation cooperation, research and development, and the sharing of information and knowledge.

Stranded Israelis Extracted from Morocco to Israel in Secret Operation

The rescue, spearheaded by Likud MK Nir Barkat, involved intense efforts by Israel’s National Security Council and the use of a Boeing 767 belonging to billionaire philanthropists Dr. Miriam and Sheldon Adelson.

Israel’s UN Ambassador Calls Sexual Violence ‘Crime against Humanity’ [video]

"Sexual violence in conflict has become a weapon of choice because it is cheap, silent and effective."

Canadian Jewish Developer Tightens Mall Security After Al Qaeda Call to Jihad

A Canadian Jewish-Iranian business family is not waiting for a terror attack before securing the West Edmonton mall after an Al Qaeda 'call to jihad' from Somalia's al-Shabaab.

George Soros Invests in Occupied Territories (Others, That Is)

San Leon attorney Daniel Martin said the firm had not discussed its activities with Western Saharawis, because they're “not a representative people.”

DM Gantz to Sign Security Deal in Morocco Next Week

The defense cooperation agreement will reportedly include the development of a local industry to produce loitering munitions.

Two Israeli Airlines Launch First Ever Direct Flights to Morocco

The Israir flight left Tel Aviv at 8:15 A.M. local time with about 100 people on board, including the Israeli businessman Rami Levi.

American Among the Dead in Terrorist Attack on Libyan Hotel

One American, a former Marine, dead in ISIS-affiliate's terrorist attack on Libyan luxury hotel.

U.S. Lied, Americans Died, According to Official Documents

U.S. government documents reveal government knew within days terrorists were behind Benghazi attacks

Egypt and UAE New Anti-Islamist Police in Middle East

The US has been sidelined in the Middle East. Egypt, the UAE and the Saudis are the new police force.

Counter-Terrorism Bureau Issues Travel Advisory Against Visiting Djerba Island on Lag B’Omer

On April 11, 2002, Al-Qaeda blew up a truck bomb attack near El Ghriba synagogue in Djerba.

Report: Algeria Enlisting African Union Members to Revoke Israel’s Observer’s Status

Israel was an observer in the Organization of African Unity, but in 2002, when it was replaced by the African Union, the Israeli membership was revoked.

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