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By ADAM RASGON
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By JPOST.COM STAFF
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Trump’s urge to shed Obama’s Middle Eastern legacy can hardly be more explicit, but what his impact will be is no more predictable than his next tweet.
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"The occupying regime, in an attempt to normalize its situation, has for the first time referred to certain Arab countries as its allies against the resistance front," Rouhani says.
Relations between the two regional powers worsened after hundreds of people, many of them Iranians, died in a crush at the 2015 pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia.
A commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards cautioned the US against underestimating Iran's capabilities, saying that the US better be careful or it shall receive "a slap in the face."
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
The terror group officially claimed responsibility late Tuesday night for the rocket fire that was aimed at southern Israel on Monday.
By ZVI MAZEL
In the chaos of Libya’s civil war, the huge army arsenal was up for grabs
By ADAM RASGON
Yahiya Sinwar, the newly elected Hamas chief, and Ismail Haniyeh, the outgoing Gaza chief, both declared that they will defend the Palestinian people and their cause on Monday.
Israel a minor player in importing arms, but a top exporter
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Oleg Syromolotov made this statement in an exclusive interview with the 'Post,' and also said that he understood Israel's concern that Hezbollah will remain in Syria and pose a long-lasting threat.
By YOSSI MELMAN
The two rockets that were fired at Israel from Sinai on Monday were probably launched by ISIS. Should Israel consider this attack as a warning?
By GIL HOFFMAN
The energy minister says that since the Iran has expanded operations all over the region ever since signing the nuclear deal.
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman responds to anti-Iran comments made by Israeli and Saudi officials, claiming their shared stance comes as no surprise.
The verdict from the Court of Cassation, which also upheld a lower court's sentencing of 10 men to 15 years in jail, 14 men to 10 years, and 15 men to five years, is final and cannot be appealed.
Mattis, on his first trip to Iraq as Pentagon chief, is hoping to assess the war effort as US-backed Iraqi forces launch a new push to evict Islamic State militants from Mosul.
By HERB KEINON
“People all over the world are seized with the Israeli-Palestinian issue,” Lee said.
By BEN LYNFIELD,ANNA AHRONHEIM
"How can one deal with a nation whose intent is to destroy us?" Saudi FM asks at Munich confab.
Twenty-thousand Saudis flocked to their nation's first-ever Comic Con, an event which religious conservatives decried as "devil worship."
US Senator Graham says Zarif lying about Iran not seeking to develop nuclear weapons; Liberman calls for world powers to enforce economic pressure, tough policy on the Islamic Republic.
The cleric, who had diabetes and coronary artery disease, had been incarcerated at the Federal Correctional Complex, Butner, for nearly 10 years, according to Greg Norton, a spokesman.
By JOY BERNARD
MK Tzipi Livni participated in a discussion about intelligence and terror at the annual security summit, where she said that multilateral collaboration on the intelligence front has to improve.
Geert Wilders, leader of the Freedom Party and a prominent contender to become the Netherlands's next PM, also said that "there is a lot of Morrocan scum in Holland who make the streets unsafe."
President Sisi and Al-Azhar University want to reform Islam in Egypt and the wider Sunni world, but the pace and depth of that reform are the subject of quite a struggle
"The Zionist regime (Israel) poses the biggest threat to regional and international peace and security by possessing hundreds of nuclear warheads in its arsenal."
By BRUCE MADDY-WEITZMAN
While Sisi’s rule does not appear to be in imminent danger, it is unwise to ignore
the real and multiple difficulties confronting Egyptian society.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Trump and Netanyahu may not like the Iran nuclear deal, they may not have made it, and they may enforce it more aggressively than the Obama administration, but attempts to “rip it up” are over.
"I think the aim of Trump is to prevent those people from coming." It was "not against the Syrian people", he said.
Dore Gold, former Foreign Ministry director-general, says not ‘one iota’ of moderation has been seen from Tehran.
Total's chief executive said that its investment decision hinges on the renewal of US sanctions waivers.
By ADAM RASGON,JPOST.COM STAFF
A source with knowledge of the matter said that the two sides had discussed "politics, security and the future of the peace process."
By JULIE STEIGERWALD
From the harsh deserts of the Mideast to the chaotic terrain of Mars: Persian Gulf nation unveils plans of astronomic proportions to build first human settlement on the Red Planet.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA, JOY BERNARD
By DANIELLE ZIRI
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
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