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Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman has repeatedly warned of Iranian entrenchment in the war-torn country.
Sayyed Muhammad Ali Husseini preaches inter-faith tolerance in multi-lingual Facebook messages.
Gulf leaders worry that the deal will give Iran more regional clout; blame Tehran for regional unrest.
The Iraqi government has signaled to the Kurds that it wouldn't accept any kind of secession.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
"What should we expect from a government that has never tried to protect us?"
Saudi Arabia cancelled military aid last February when Beirut failed to join other Arab states in condemning attacks by Iranian demonstrators on Saudi missions in Iran.
Images of Bahraini Shi'ites taking to the streets undisturbed to protest their government's decision that were disseminated on social media networks were received with great wonder in Iran.
By MAAYAN GROISMAN
Iran, Hezbollah lash out at Bahrain for stripping prominent Shi'ite cleric of citizenship.
The Khums (meaning fifth in Arabic), is a tax mentioned in the Koran and consisting of 20% of a person's excess earning. The money is donated to poor and orphans, as well as to Islamic institutions.
Senior official of Shi'ite Lebanese group tells local media that secret relations between Riyadh and Jerusalem led to the Saudi decision to classify Hezbollah as a terrorist organization.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
In a video released on the Facebook page of the Iraqi social media campaign, "Fallujah is dying of hunger," the woman demands from the world: "save us from ISIS or bomb us with chemical weapons."
On Wednesday, the editors of the Shi'ite site Janubia announced that "the site has been witnessing threats from Hezbollah's activists on social media networks in the past few hours."
Former Hezbollah chief Subhi al-Tufayli heavily criticizes the group for its fighting in Syria.
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