French pastry deemed ‘colonial’ by sharia committee in rebel controlled city of Aleppo. Crescent shape marks European victory over Muslims, says fatwa
New directive issued despite unit commanders’ claims that devices aid in field maneuvering. Cellphones hurt morale, says officer, soldiers don’t communicate
Three days after the new Bank of Israel governor was nominated, Leo Leiderman withdrew his candidacy – the second in a row to drop his bid. How could Netanyahu and Lapid make the announcement without checking thoroughly first?
AG Weinstein’s decision to open a criminal investigation into Gabi Ashkenazi’s relationship with then Defense Minister Ehud Barak points to the gravity of the suspicions against him.
State Department warns worldwide travelers, especially in Mid East, North Africa. Statement says al-Qaeda, affiliates, may attack in coming month. Obama: All appropriate steps should be taken
Hezbollah’s leader makes rare public appearance for al-Quds Day, slams Israel in speech: ‘Palestine stretches from sea to river. Israel is a tumor which must be uprooted’
Pledged a “path of moderation.”
Patriarchal clans block women’s political aspirations, desire for change; ‘Men take all the power,’ one laments, but another vows: It’s time to fight for our rights