The former foreign minister has a clear idea of how to resolve the unrest in the Mideast, and that includes what he believes is the enemy within.
Newly released recordings recall the moment that Israel’s intelligence agents discovered that their spy in Damascus had been caught.
Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi denies quotes attributed to him on Fars news agency, which contradicted position of Ayatollah Khamenei.
Jerusalem mayor and families of Gil-Ad Shaer, Naftali Frenkel and Eyal Yifrach seek to bring back sense of togetherness in June 3 event; Jerusalem Unity Prize to be given organizations and individuals who promote message of unity through their work.
Leading Sunni Muslim body Al-Azhar said Sunday the world must unite in a "battle of all humanity" to prevent the Islamic State group from destroying Syria's ancient city of Palmyra. The appeal came a day after Syria's antiquities director said that IS fighters had entered the museum in Palmyra and raised their black flag over the ancient citadel that overlooks the archaeological site. "Protecting archeological sites from destruction and plundering is the battle of all of humanity," the Cairo-based Al-Azhar, a prestigious seat of Islamic learning, said in a statement.
Hezbollah leader mocks US-coalition effort against Islamic State, saying they conducted less strikes in several months than Israel did in Gaza and Lebanon in less time.
Rising temperature and a tradition that ties the holiday for the receiving of the Torah to water sent many Israelis to rivers, streams and beaches.
It might have been the mantra recited by the Europeans to six ex-Soviet neighbors at the so-called Eastern Partnership Summit, who went away with EU pledges of aid and trade. For the first partnership summit since the flare-up of the Ukraine conflict last year was dominated by Russia.