Residents of communities near Gaza voice frustration at renewed rocket fire after Israel promised that they’d return home to safety
In interview making no mention of rocket fire or other violence by Strip’s Islamist rulers, Abdullah blames Israel for unjustified aggression
A single missile that landed near Tel Aviv last month led three-quarters of foreign airlines to briefly abandon Ben Gurion Airport. Does that mean Israel can never leave the West Bank?
What if the State of Israel got fed up and moved to Australia?
Missile defense system’s success rate fuels foreign interest, according to CEO
Witnesses: Youth shot by IDF troops; report comes after a series of weekend clashes with rioters
In Atlantic interview, former secretary and possible presidential candidate backs Netanyahu’s West Bank security demands, urges ‘overarching’ US strategy to battle Islamic extremism
After being lulled into coming back south, some residents forced to flee north again; local politicians accuse Jerusalem of dropping the ball
Donation by Garnier Israel of 500 care packages to female IDF soldiers spurs anti-Israel mudslinging on social media
With drip-drip rocket fire on the south, Hamas hopes it can ratchet up the pressure on Jerusalem for compromise
Mahmoud Kawasme, brother of ringleader arrested for June abduction and triple murder, has worked with Hamas on terror attacks since being deported to Gaza as part of Shalit deal
Another nine injured after aircraft goes down in residential area of Tehran
Recep Tayyip Erdogan expected to cruise to victory, as opponents worry the country is creeping toward autocracy
True, the president’s conditions for military intervention may have been met with IS onslaught, but why not in Syria?
Erdogan, set to capture position, says he will resurrect its dormant powers, which include right to preside over cabinet meetings
Protesters march to United Nations headquarters, chant ‘Free, free Palestine! Occupation is a crime!’
Attacks part of effort to break Islamic State siege of Mount Sinjar, free stranded Yazidi people
Dan Gertler’s company says it found the crude around Lake Albert, near border with Uganda, Reuters reports
PA foreign minister says he has asked the International Court of Justice to open an official investigation
Joseph Raksin, 60, attacked by two men in the street; police say no indication it was a hate crime