Thursday, May 28, 2020
ISIS released a video today that appeared to show the execution of an Israeli Arab that the terror group claims was operating as a Mossad spy.
An Israeli humanitarian relief organization assists Syrian refugees arriving on the Greek island of Lesbos and languishing on the Hungarian-Serbian border.
IDF soldiers, upset over an Israeli NGO's claims that they abused Palestinians during fighting in Gaza, have taken to social media to fight the allegations.
Hamas security forces have banned a Palestinian writer, Atef Abu Saif, from attending a book fair in Morocco.
Between the threat of Hezbollah and the Syrian Civil War, the IDF observes a vulnerable security situation with the threat of radical Islam.
The IDF has decided to invest $25.4 million in a cellular phone alert system for Israelis that will help guide citizens to safe areas in a missile attack.
Where in the world is the Apollo of Gaza? Or, perhaps more appropriately, where in the Gaza Strip?
Israel and Jordan have signed a groundbreaking deal that will see the Jewish state provide $500 million worth of gas to the Hashemite kingdom.
A U.S. Treasury official claimed that the Lebanese terror group Hezbollah is in its 'worst financial shape in decades.'
Thomas Friedman predicts John Kerry is on the cusp of suggesting a Palestinian capital in east Jerusalem.
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