Saudi Arabia denies other claims that more than 1,000 were killed. Iran says the stampede killed 200 Iranians.
Perhaps the Saudis are afraid that eating Zionist fruit will indoctrinate its citizens with a bit of common sense.
A Kuwait official says Syrian refugees should never be allowed to enter his country. Lebanon and Turkey are "better suited" to them.
The race for nuclear power has begun in the Middle East in response to fears of an Iranian nuclear threat.
The Iranian-backed rebels also threaten suicide bombing attacks as they approach the Saudi border.
"We reserve the right to respond to anyone who is working on the internationalization of the holy sites,” said Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia 'is committed to the peace process in the Middle East on the basis of UN resolutions, on the basis of the two-state solution, with the principle of Jerusalem for everyone.'
Secy of State John Kerry apparently responded to PM Netanyahu's call to denounce Iran's Holocaust cartoon contest.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif accused the Saudi government of attacking Iran's embassy in Sana'a, Yemen.
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Nasrallah said Turkey deals with ISIS and al-Nusra, and that the US no longer cares if Assad is dethroned.
The general did not say which variant of the missile the country bought, bu did mention the DF 21 is capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
A de facto peace actually has settled on Saudi Arabia and Israel, if the Obama does not mess it up.
Swedish politicians have been attacking Riyadh’s preference for sharia law, complete with flogging and beheading, and how that relates to our common notion of human rights.
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El Al noted that it had contacted the International Civil Aviation Organization demanding to allow the Israeli carrier to fly over Saudi territory on its way to and from India, arguing unfair practices.
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So far, Prince Mohammad bin Salman, as head of Aramco, was behind the failed Saudi plan to bankrupt the competition by keeping oil prices low over a long period of time.
The Saudi monarch called for the Arab League gathering to be renamed the “Jerusalem Summit” in solidarity with the Palestinian Authority.
Even Hezbollah has called on Hariri to return; his flight from the country threw Lebanon into a political crisis that has paralyzed the government.
New U.S. travel warnings regarding kidnapping and other terrorist threats agains U.S. citizens.
Mughassil, 48, is believed to be the leader of the Iran-supported Hezbollah Al-Hejaz group.
"We all know what a settlement can look like. We just need the political will to do so."
“Iran is driven by deep hatred for the Arab nation. Unfortunately, it has found some of our sons who are putting their hands in its and trying to seize Lebanon from its Arab surroundings."
In Lebanon, a pro-Hezbollah vocalist has been arrested for nationalist and sectarian incitement.