Arab Israeli Conflict
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By TERRANCE J. MINTNER & DIMA ABUMARIA/THE MEDIA LINE
By JULIANE HELMHOLD
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Hamas leaders have informed the Egyptians that any cease-fire agreement with Israel should be taken by all Palestinian factions, and not only Hamas.
"Perhaps we need more time to arrive at a final formula."
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
The Act encourages the Defense Department and State Department to come up with a strategy to confront Iran in Syria and prevent US support for Iraq aiding Iran's allies.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
Turkey, active in the F-35 program since 1999, was set to receive 100 of the stealth fighter planes
Kurdish-led authorities attempt to open new channels to President Bashar Assad's government as they seek to negotiate a political deal that keeps their autonomy within Syria.
Supreme leader rules out possibility of war with United States
Iranian defense minister says new stealth missile is agile and precise
The fresh lira collapse on Sunday night hit Asian shares, weakened the South African rand and drove demand in global markets for safe currencies including the dollar, Swiss franc and yen.
King says Jordan will strike hard at Islamist radicals.
The situation in Idlib is complicated by the presence of well-armed jihadists that have fought with the other groups.
Kurdish fighters vow to resist regime's crackdown as groups search for more united strategy amid sanctions on Tehran.
Britain, France and Germany have sought to keep the deal alive after the United States exited the 2015 accord.
Idlib was a “de-escalation” zone over the last two years but it was also a zone of contention, especially along the governorate’s borders.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Jeff King, the president of Washington, DC-based International Christian Concern, told 'The Jerusalem Post' on Friday that each member of the congregation was sentenced to a year in prison.
Iran's Revolutionary Guards confirmed on Sunday it had held war games in the Gulf over the past several days.
Rebel-held parts of northern Hama province have been shelled intensively in recent weeks.
By LINDA GRADSTEIN
Israel reaches out to aid Syrian refugees.
Syrians have fled to Idlib from other parts of the country as the government has advanced. The United Nations has warned that an offensive could force 2.5 million people towards the Turkish border.
The international community must continue to shoulder its political and moral responsibilities towards Palestinian refugees
By HERB KEINON
Israel's ambassador to Russia said Israel insisted on the full withdrawal of Iranian troops from Syria.
Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh said the senior officials of his movement held intensive discussions with representatives of all Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip about the cease-fire proposal.
By CHARLES BYBELEZER/THE MEDIA LINE
Comment: Europe loses its moral compass… again
Refaie, who has been charming snakes for the past five years, says the reptiles have become closer to him than some of his human friends.
In an attempt to curb sanctons, European firms must apply to EU in order to end business with Iran.
By MICHAEL WILNER
The move was welcomed in Israel and by Republicans on Capitol Hill.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
By AVRAHAM GOLD
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
By HERB KEINON
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