Netanyahu’s office denies stalling on building coalition
BDS movement looking to ‘hold Israel accountable’ over South African visa denial
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Knowledge gained by Israeli citizens who travel to Syria and then return increases risk of terror attacks inside Israel, Shin Bet warns.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The Islamic State claimed Musallam was a Mossad member.
PA spokesman says many suspects have been interrogated by Palestinian security forces for suspected affiliation with ISIS, but that they were released after proving innocence.
Said Ismahil Muslam claims in "interview" to ISIS magazine that he was recruited by Mossad to infiltrate the terrorist organization.
By YOSSI MELMAN
Foreign minister says Jordan made right move by executing terrorists in response to pilot's killing: "Terror cannot be defeated with words and declarations."
The detained cell focused on targetting Israeli Druse, considering them to be infidels or apostates according to the Salafist Sunni outlook to which the plotters subscribe.
By JPost Editorial
Nazareth lawyer referred to himself as the “Commander of ISIS in Palestine” and instructed other cell members to take part in terror attacks against Jews, Shin Bet says.
By BEN HARTMAN,YONAH JEREMY BOB
Security forces arrest resident of Kalansuwa, 20, upon his return to Israel.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN,YONAH JEREMY BOB
Gantz says terrorism is "the common challenge of the countries of the world."
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
King Abdullah of Jordan made similar remarks a week ago equating "Zionist extremism" with Islamic extremism.
Brig.-Gen. Hossein Dehqan says that ISIS and Israel are two sides of the same coin, seeking to weaken the anti-Zionism resistance movements in Palestine, Syria, Lebanon and Iraq.
Prime minister sends condolences to UK after David Haines beheaded: "The main difference between ISIS and Hamas is that these guys cut off heads, while the other guys shoot at heads."
Kadima party chairman and former defense minister Mofaz says "Islamic State and Hamas are one"; warns that if Gaza isn't disarmed through an arrangement, it will have to be disarmed by force.
“The Jewish world embraces you at this difficult time,” Natan Sharansky, the Jewish Agency’s chairman, told the slain officers family at the funeral.
With ISIS’s induced violence shaking the region, Kurdish forces quietly make headway in the northern Iraq.
By JONATHAN SPYER
"I got orders from the brothers overseas because I'm with the Islamic State. My brothers over there, in Syria and Iraq, gave me specific orders to carry out jihad in the West, so I did so," he said.
Before traveling to Syria, Mueller spent time in Israel and the territories, allying herself with International Solidarity Movement.
Hours earlier, video footage emerged of ISIS burning to death a captive Jordanian pilot.
Turkish officials say Hayat Boumeddiene arrived at an Istanbul airport on Jan. 2 via Madrid.
An extremist Islamic state is coming into being in the heart of the Mideast. It will become a bastion of terrorism unleashing its attacks against neighbors and sending its faithful on operations in Europe and the US.
By ZVI MAZEL
The quick-footed star of the Argentinian national team has a new biggest fan - the violent Sunni extremist group currently wreaking havoc in the Middle East.
The family of Muhammad Musallam mourn as they hear initial reports of their son's demise.
The Israeli youth from Nazareth left Israel two months ago for either Syria or Iraq and recently made contact with his family again from a Turkish hospital.
22-year-old Hamza Magamseh arrested last month upon returning to Israel, after 10-days of training with ISIS.
By BEN HARTMAN
Prime minister hosts Norwegian FM Brende, says groups such as Islamic State, Hamas "form a clear and present danger to our civilization, to our way of life, our values."
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According to the AFP news wire service, schoolchildren in the French town of Toulouse say that the boy is their classmate.
King says Europe has key place in helping fight rise of Islamophobia.
ISIS burning of Jordanian pilot shakes troubled kingdom as government steps up security crackdown, arrests of jihadis.
The latest propaganda film from the terrorist group
According to the Telegraph, ISIS jihadists plan to “flood Libya with militiamen from Syria and Iraq, who will then sail across the Mediterranean posing as migrants on people-trafficking vessels.”
In pictures that were disseminated through social media, photographs show a crowd of people standing and watching as two blindfolded men are hauled into a gated area in the town of Dar al-Fath.
Parents of east Jerusalem resident reject Islamic State claim that 19-year-old had posed as a foreign fighter in order to spy for Israel.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
Strikes carried out in response to the ISIS' killing of a captive Jordanian pilot.
Kayla Mueller, 26, an international aid worker who was based in Syria, was taken captive by ISIS terrorists in August 2013.
Crowds massed near the main Husseini mosque, then marched chanting "Death to Daesh."
Hamas, who control the Gaza Strip, said its "security forces have launched an investigation to find who is behind this attack," the report said.
Saudi cleric Salman al-Odah wrote on his Twitter account: "Burning is an abominable crime rejected by Islamic law regardless of its causes."
Speaking to Al-Arabiya television, Safi Yousef said that ISIS’ “terrorist actions are far from the meaning of Islam.”
The alleged incident took place in the northern Syrian province of Raqqa.
The amphetamine, "Captagon", enjoys popularity throughout the Arab world and has now reached the Palestinian territories.
Muslim leaders call new cartoons an unnecessary provocation and sign of disrespect.
Muath al-Kasaesbeh fell into captivity after his fighter jet was hit by a heat-seeking missile ten days ago.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
Netanyahu is featured in a glossy spread of the Islamic State’s official monthly magazine, Dabiq, which saw fit to run a blurb from the premier’s interview with CBS News.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem: "All the indications say that (Islamic State) today, after two months of coalition air strikes, is not weaker."
The intervention by the US-led coalition will be the "final campaign of the crusaders," Islamic State spokesman says.
President Barack Obama seeks to use a NATO summit in Wales to enlist allied support in fighting the Islamist militants.
The Islamic State’s advance in Iraq has left Middle Eastern leaders jittery.
By Ariel Ben Solomon
Senior Revolutionary Guard officer says Iran will act as it has in Syria to prevent terrorists from taking over.
Egyptian special forces track militant cell crossing from Gaza through tunnels at Rafah, Hamas denies incident.
US President makes request to Congress for funds in bid to stabilize opposition held territory and counter growing assault by ISIS in Syria and neighboring Iraq.
Two weeks of advances by militants spearheaded by ISIS has threatened to rupture the country 2.5 years after US withdrawal.
While the risk of Jordan turning into another Iraq is not imminent, ISIS and other Sunni jihadist groups do have it on their to-do list.
The trip comes as ISIS takes control of more and more areas, including Syria border strongholds over the weekend.
Gen. Hassan Firouzabadi: ISIS is Israel’s cover up for distancing the revolutionary forces from Israeli borders.
"Kurdistan needs people like prime ministers David Ben-Gurion, Golda Meir," Kurdish journalist says.
Can we expect mass protests in Vienna, Paris and Berlin calling for the protection of the oppressed of Iraq? Misrepresenting genocide does an injustice to all of its true victims.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Kurdish liberation of Kobani does not signal in any way the beginning of the end for ISIS.
It’s difficult to overstate the potential importance of the Egyptian president’s New Year speech on Islam – and equally important to avoid overly optimistic expectations as to its practical impact.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
The deafening silence from the West is similar to that which greeted previous genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda and Sudan, where crimes that could have been prevented.
Since the fall of Mosul to the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria organization, the media has been disseminating an apocalyptic portrayal of the situation.
By YORAM SCHWEITZER
The two terrorist organizations share many of the same objectives, such as the establishment of a Muslim caliphate.
Shame on both of you, Israeli and Diaspora leadership, for supporting this initiative without doing due diligence in meeting Israel’s basic social needs.
By STEPHEN G. DONSHIK
I wonder how Finance Minster Yair Lapid would fare if suddenly, without any preparation, he were told he had to go and sit in a yeshiva for three years.
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