Poll shows sharp decline in Palestinian support for third intifada
Senior PA official: 'Do we have to hijack planes for you to care about our cause?'
Netanyahu: Arab MKs who visited terrorists’ families are building ‘walls of hate’
Palestinian hunger striker reportedly rejects Israeli release offer
Labor Party votes to freeze two-state solution; Yacimovich boycotts vote
Ministers vote to increase punishments for employers of illegal residents
IDF's upgraded battle management system designed to cripple Israel's enemies
PM: Military aid package with US may not be completed during Obama’s term
Moves underway for law enabling MKs to suspend colleagues with ‘special’ majority
Whisper down the lane
Israeli pop icon Gabi Shoshan found dead at 66
Springsteen Israel show frenzy grows
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Israel maintains Group I status
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Unstoppable Hapoel Beersheba steamrolls on
Fed Cup Tennis: Israel storms back, sweeps Estonia to stay in contention
Coen brothers on Oscars diversity: We write what we know – Jews and Minnesotans
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Anti-Semitic video shown at New York high school discontinued
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Britain seeks to block sale of Lawrence of Arabia’s dagger and robes
Syrian refugees are a ‘horrific’ man-made catastrophe, UNICEF NGO chief says
Steinitz: 'Egypt floods Hamas tunnels, in part due to Israel's request'
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Trudeau: Canada must move 'carefully' in lifting Iran sanctions
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Report: Palestinian Authority arrests 5 pro-Iran operatives in West Bank
To silence propaganda, Iraq seeks to take ISIS offline
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ISIS media claims fighters killed in Israeli airstrike in Sinai
Netanyahu: Extremist Islamists, ISIS and Iran using technology to take the world backward
More Haredi men working, as Arab women drop out of labor force
Weather Roundup: Cold and rainy in an unusually dry winter
New Worlds" Haifa researchers carry out sensitive detection of DNA sequences
When gender makes a difference
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Israelis should avoid travel to Zika-affected areas
Israel Railways is going electric
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German pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer and his fight against the Nazis
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02.07.2016 | 28 Shevat, 5776
Islamic State says shooting at bus was response to leader's call to target Jews.
Baghdadi and his associates have faced a great deal of criticism in the Arab world for waging war against fellow Muslims while staying out of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
By YOSSI MELMAN
Northern District prosecutors charged the men with severe security offenses at the Nazareth District Court.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
"It would be very hard to organize and carry out an attack on the scale of Paris, in Israel. Not impossible, but hard," former national security adviser says.
By MAARIV ONLINE
Defense Minister downplays immediate threat from IS and Iran on Israel's northern border.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Director of MEMRI Terror Monitor: This video should be taken seriously, but needs to be put into proportion.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
The indictment stated that the defendants illegally purchased weapons, made contact with ISIS agents in Syria and started to plan a shooting attack in the Emek Valley.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Commander of IDF brigade that operates on Egyptian border says Egypt will succeed in putting down ISIS within two years, but the group will attempt to strike Israel beforehand.
"Such barbarism leaves us stunned and we ask ourselves how the heart of man could plan and execute such horrible acts."
Since the beginning of its increased efforts to combat extremism, Twitter has seen an increase in account suspension and shift of activity off twitter.
By CORAL BRAUN
US president says immigration, wages, Islamic State are among challenges for US.
State of emergency laws have given authorities expanded powers at home, French jets reportedly bomb IS targets in Syria overnight.
His remarks coincide with Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron's plans to bolster the powers of spies and police.
Ayoub Kara discusses Islamic extremism with visiting Muslim figures in Tel Aviv.
German MP Elisabeth Motschmann explains the decision for her country to take part in the Western intervention in Syria.
By LAHAV HARKOV
MKs, lawyers, and members of the public attended the event.
Revoking citizenships of nationals joining terror group is on the agenda of governments across the world.
By HERB KEINON
Knesset c'tee convenes to discuss Islamic State ideology in the Israeli education system.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
Thirty-four states join Sunni anti-ISIS alliance.
By ROBERT SWIFT/ THE MEDIA LINE
What citizens of other countries are reading about the Middle East.
By COMPILED BY THE MEDIA LINE
'The effort against Islamic State must be collective'
By PATRICK MAISONNAVE - AMBASSADEUR DE FRANCE EN ISRAEL
Boaz Ganor’s new book takes a fresh look at the war on terror from an Israeli perspective
By STEVE LINDE
"Islamic State has developed a new combat style capability to carry out a campaign of large-scale terrorist attacks on a global stage."
ISIS fighter speaking in the video warns Western governments that ISIS will send the West "hunters thirsty for apostates' blood" and declares that these hunters "will liberate Palestine."
By MAAYAN GROISMAN
Raheel Raza met with MKs, political activists, NGOs, and the media during her stay in Israel.
The bomber, who authorities say is an Islamic State member recently arrived from Syria, blew himself up on Tuesday in Sultanahmet square near the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia.
"There is no doubt that ISIS is trying to penetrate (Jordan)," says Amos Gilad
A British thinktank warns commercially-available drones can easily be weaponized and used by terror groups.
A 58-page booklet was created for British jihadis to avoid being detected by police while planning or carrying out terror attacks.
The slain woman was encouraging her son to leave Raqqa, Syria with her, saying that they would soon be wiped out by air strikes.
The men, one in Houston, Texas and the other in Sacramento, California, allegedly have connections to Islamic State, though they were not planning an attack on US soil at the time of arrest.
The propaganda video, which could not be independently verified, also shows the killing of five men accused of spying for the West.
All the countries on both sides of World War II have been united by a common scourge.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
The report says that 40 percent of the 69 journalists killed in 2015 died at the hands of Islamic militant groups such as al-Qaida and Islamic State.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
The fatwa was among a huge trove of documents captured by US Special Operations Forces during a raid targeting a top Islamic State official in Syria.
Mock ISIS bills found in town in northern Israel.
In the self-made bureaucracy, the seized documents show how ISIS deals with "war spoils" such as slaves and natural resources.
The recapture of Ramadi deprives Islamic State militants of their biggest prize of 2015.
German journalist who spent days with ISIS told the 'Jewish News' that the jihadist group "knows the Israeli army is too strong for them."
Jaysh al Islam, with thousands of trained fighters, is the biggest and seen as the most organized rebel group. It has been effectively running the administration of Eastern Ghouta.
China relies on the Middle East for oil supplies, but tends to leave diplomacy there to other permanent members of the UN Security.
In addition to the blank passports, Islamic State seized machinery for the production of passports and personal identity papers.
“Hamas needs the Salafi jihadists to break the Egyptian siege on Gaza; The Salafists need Hamas technical know-how to produce short range rockets and other weapons.”
According to unconfirmed reports from Mosul, at least 38 babies have allegedly been killed by lethal injection or asphyxiation.
Sabratha is located 50 miles from the Libyan capital of Tripoli, which is currently facing threats of ISIS infiltration on both its eastern and western fronts.
By ROSIE PERPER
The organization's promises to attack capital cities worldwide - following the horrifying Paris attacks - do not mean that it already has a plan.
By YARON SCHNEIDER
"Oh you ISISissies of extremism and darkness, while black masks are your trademark, ours is white clarity."
“Deciding who is a terrorist is highly politicized...The US and other Western countries consider Saudi Arabia a ‘moderate’ Muslim country because it gives us a way to work with them.”
Syed Farook and an unnamed accomplice reportedly "got spooked" and did not go through with their attack plans.
A 56-year-old unnamed man suffered serious but not life-threatening injuries in the attack at Leytonstone underground station, about six miles east of central London.
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
"We cannot turn against each other by letting this fight be defined as a war between America and Islam," Obama said.
By MICHAEL WILNER
The killer's father Sayed Farook says he tried to calm down his son by saying "In two years, Israel will be gone...Nobody wants the Jews."
The report warns that the group appears to have already manufactured rudimentary chemical warfare shells and used them to attack Kurds in Iraq and Syria on at least three occasions.
Libya's Islamic State affiliate is the only one that has needed support and advice from the higher-ups in Syria and Iraq.
Hacktivists from Anonymous off-shoot that targets Islamic extremist groups reportedly took over the Isdarat website after it appeared on the so-called "dark web."
Libyan chaos spillover blamed for much of Mali’s instability, says Israeli expert on Africa.
After months of violent turmoil in Jerusalem and the West Bank, Islamic State has rediscovered the Palestinian issue.
By ELY KARMON
"Americans will not be terrorized," he said. These organizations "will not defeat us on the battlefield, so they try to terrorize us at home."
As France reels from an unprecedented Islamic State terrorist attack on its soil, thousands of Kurdish forces with Yezidi allies handed the terrorist organization a decisive defeat in Iraq.
Security agency says 6 suspects were accomplices of Nadal Salah, and helped him cross into Syria last month by way of paraglider.
By BEN HARTMAN
"The atrocious Paris attacks shows that scourge of terrorism can strike anywhere and any time," monarch says.
"We gained more territory. Daesch has less territory," says the US secretary of state.
"Until now, Arabs killed Arabs and Muslims killed Muslims, particularly in Iraq and Syria," Shabtai Shavit said. "But now they have decided to start killing infidels abroad."
By ARIK BENDER
With Islamic State's terror reaching Europe, experts present radically different answers on what must be the next step in fighting terror.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
US officials say Washington will look in particular to European and Arab allies to step up their military participation in the war in Iraq and Syria.
One US official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Emwazi was likely dead, but cautioned that it was too soon to make any determination.
"Soon, very soon, the blood will spill like an ocean," ISIS threatens in revenge for airstrikes on its fighters in Syria.
Islamic State has formed hubs of activity in the pockets of instability that have been created because of weak state control over territories.
“While it may lose territory in Iraq it will be hard fought and will be far more difficult to displace from major urban centers such as Mosul and Falluja."
"You spill blood and attack the Muslim people in order to rule."
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
Activities of group - which included 3 children - remain unclear, according to Al Jazzera report.
Islamic State's magazine says going to Europe is a "gate towards one's children and grandchildren abandoning Islam for Christianity, atheism, or liberalism."
On the whole I am certainly not one of those dreaming of the introduction of the American presidential system into Israel.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
The inclusion of females as terrorists essentially doubles the number of prospective recruits and contributors to a terrorist cause. Also, women are viewed with less suspicion than men.
By DEAN ALEXANDER
The greatest threat facing liberal democracies is the belief that ultimate protection necessitates ultimate sacrifices.
By ILAN MANOR
The photos and videos published by news agencies and activists proved that Russia has targeted moderate rebel groups, specifically the Free Syrian Army, instead of Islamic State.
By MOHAMMED RUZGAR
As in other sectarian wars, the main actors in the Syrian war target and exploit vulnerable groups, such as minors.
By RAMYAR HASSANI
Since the event, a debate has raged in the US about whether this was an act of terrorism, and whether the real message of this event is a need for stricter gun control.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
But the beauty of the West is liable to be its downfall, because endless freedom and the championing of human rights causes a combination of amnesia and blindness.
By RUTHIE BLUM
"Let us state a fundamental truth: There is no legitimate reason to attack innocent men, women and children who have no military value."
By EFRAIM A. COHEN
"ISIS, not ISIL!"
By FRANCK SALAMEH
"There are various interpretations that might be made, but the most compelling is that IS has been weakened by international coalition air-strikes."
By AFSHIN ISMAELI
Common misconception that the US lost in Iraq and Afghanistan leads to failed policies today.
By AMITAI ETZIONI
Those who buy into the idea of IS and hope for a Caliphate to emerge understand that to make that happen, all of the non-believers of the world need to be destroyed.
By SHERWIN POMERANTZ
The West can no longer afford to play the compassionate democrat when it faces an enemy which respects no ethical rulebook whatsoever.
By ARI HAROW,RICHARD KEMP
"The vicious Palestinian Authority and Hamas propaganda of recent weeks, using the religious element of the supposed threat to al-Aksa mosque, has also prepared the ground for such an event."
While Tehran is building a Shi’ite canton around Damascus, Israel should consider aiding the Syrian rebels against the common enemy.