TEL AVIV – A senior Iranian cleric warned that its terror proxy Hezbollah has powerful new missiles that could “turn Haifa and Tel Aviv into ghost-towns.”
TEL AVIV – Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman on Sunday slammed calls for a probe into the death of a Palestinian photojournalist during the mass protests on the border with Gaza, saying that Hamas terrorists often disguised themselves as journalists.
The left targeted Laura Ingraham because she teased a teenager. It ignored Geraldo Rivera when he appeared to excuse Palestinian terror against Israelis.
President Donald Trump blamed Russia and Iran for backing Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad after reports emerged Sunday of a chemical weapons attack by the regime against the rebel-held town of Douma on Sunday.
A new poll has found that more than half of voters think Labour has an anti-Semitism problem and over a third think Jeremy Corbyn is himself anti-Semitic.
PARIS — The crown prince of Saudi Arabia is making his first official visit to France, which is hoping to profit from his shake-up of the conservative kingdom.
Tens of thousands of Christian pilgrims gathered at Christianitys holiest site in Jerusalems Old City on Saturday for the “Holy Fire” ceremony on the eve of Orthodox Easter.
A Hamas spokesman said Fridays protests along the Gaza-Israel border were a signal to the world that Palestinians have started a revolution to “pave the way to freedom.”
The Palestinian Authority on Saturday called to devise a “new formula” that would deny the US the right to veto resolutions at the United Nations Security Council.
Israels actions in defending its borders against repeated Palestinian attacks have been called “inhumane” by UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
BEIRUT — Syrian activists, rescuers and medics said Sunday that a poison gas attack on a rebel-held town near the capital has killed at least 40 people, allegations denied by the Syrian government.
TEL AVIV – Having female terrorist leaders is proof of gender equality in Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas Fatah party, the PAs official newspaper quoted its secretary-general as saying earlier this month in honor of International Womens Day.
Both Saudi Arabia and Egypt have called on militant organization Hamas to end the annual weekly protests it is holding for the “Great March of Return,” according to an Egyptian source.
The United States for a second week in a row blocked a UN Security Council statement supporting the right of Palestinians to “demonstrate peacefully” and endorsing Secretary-General Antonio Guterres call for an independent investigation into deadly protests in Gaza.
Contents: Gaza Palestinians burn tires to hide protests from Israels army; Hamas and Fatah/PLO criticized for contradictory strategies
Some 1,500 people took part in a demonstration in the Israeli-Arab town of Sakhnin Saturday in solidarity with the people of the Gaza Strip.
The Hamas-run Gaza Health Ministry says that six Palestinians were killed and some 1,070 were wounded during Fridays border clashes. Hamas is singlehandedly responsible for each of those deaths and injuries.
KHUZAA, Gaza Strip — Palestinians streamed on Friday to tent camps along the Gaza-Israel border ahead of what the territorys Hamas rulers hope will be the second mass protest in a week.
A Palestinian hurled explosives at Israeli soldiers protecting a crowd of Jewish worshipers in the West Bank city of Nablus overnight Wednesday-Thursday, causing no injuries or damage, the army said.
Former Qatari prime minister Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani stated on Twitter Wednesday that Israelis have the right to live in their own land, as do the Palestinians. These statements came days after similar remarks by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
The Israeli army on Thursday released video footage showing the moments before its aircraft bombed an armed Palestinian man approaching the Gaza security fence.
The White House on Thursday called on Palestinians to engage in solely peaceful protests and stay at least 500 meters from Gazas border with Israel, on the eve of fresh demonstrations supported by Gazas Hamas terrorist rulers along the border.
The Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem has announced the opening of a new parish specifically for immigrants and refugees that will provide pastoral care for the “tens of thousands of foreigners” who have settled in the area.
The Bashar Assad regime is preparing an offensive to retake southern Syria and the Syrian Golan Heights from rebel groups and has reportedly placed tanks and heavy artillery inside the demilitarized buffer zone on the countrys border with Israel.
Jonathan Neumann deconstructs the Jewish lefts notion of “tikkun olam,” while Avi Jorisch puts the phrase to use in describing Israeli innovations.
The Hamas terrorist group which rules the Gaza Strip said on Thursday it was paying compensation to the families of Palestinians killed in clashes with Israeli forces on the border.
The first commercial cinema on Saudi Arabian soil in 35 years will be open by the end of April, with another 30-40 to follow in 15 cities over the next five years.
Palestinians plan to engulf the Gaza border with smoke and flames from thousands of burning tires on Friday as Israel holds firm to its order to shoot any protesters who come close to the security barrier.
JERUSALEM — Health officials in the Gaza Strip say a Palestinian man was killed in an Israeli airstrike near the Gaza-Israel border.
Palestinian terror groups on Wednesday accused Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of paving the way for “normalization” between the Arab countries and Israel.
Schoolyard anti-Semitism is becoming so prevalent in Germany that authorities should be allowed to take children away from anti-Semitic parents, a senior police offical said.
Irans Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called Wednesday on the people of Muslim countries to defeat Israel. “With an intense and planned struggle, they should force the enemy to retreat toward the point of demise,” he said.
Security forces arrested a member of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror group off the Gaza coast suspected of planning to sink an Israeli naval patrol boat and kidnap any survivors last month, Israel revealed on Wednesday.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused the radical New Israel Fund (NIF) organization of working through European states to persuade Rwanda to refuse a deal whereby the African nation would take in illegal African migrants deported from Israel.
Monday may have been a turning point in the global battle between the forces of nationalism and national self-determination on the one hand, and the forces pushing for a post-nationalist world with open borders on the other.
TEL AVIV – Former president Bill Clinton confessed that he tried to help Shimon Peres win Israels general elections in 1996 against Benjamin Netanyahu in an interview on Channel 10 news that aired Tuesday.
Anti-Nazi vandals scraped a swastika off of an old church bell in a small town in Germany. The bell has hung in a church in Schweringen, located in the northwest Germany, since 1934. And sometime over Easter, the swastika was scraped off.
Violence among young people has been on the rise across Germany and according to a study by the German Ministry of Family Affairs, foreign background children are behind the increase.
The first casualty of war is truth, a maxim the Palestinian Information Center is learning for itself in the hardscrabble world of social media communications.
JERUSALEM – Israeli authorities said Wednesday they have arrested 10 Palestinians from the Gaza Strip accused of planning a missile attack and hostage taking against a navy ship.
A number of Israeli websites were hacked Tuesday to display pro-Palestinian messages in what experts said was the start of the annual cyberattack by the hacker collective known as “Anonymous.”
The Jordanian government has filed an official complaint to the Foreign Ministry over a recent court ruling allowing Jews to pray outside the gated entrance to the Temple Mount holy site in Jerusalem, Channel 10 reported Tuesday.
A TV poll Tuesday indicated that the Likud party is gaining public support, despite Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahus flip-flop on an asylum seeker resettlement deal with the UNs refugee agency.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees on Tuesday expressed “disappointment” at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahus decision to scrap an agreement on resettling thousands of African migrants following tough domestic criticism, and urged him to “reconsider” it.
TEL AVIV – A Kuwaiti government daily published an article slamming the “March of the Return” in Gaza as a “provocative” protest designed to trigger violence by “terrorist” group Hamas, which uses women and children as human shields. The article also praised President Donald Trumps decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israels capital and move the U.S. embassy as being “courageous and correct.”