How Jerusalem can remain a city of peace in times of strife - editorial

Sunday’s holy events demonstrated how the world’s holiest city can accommodate worshipers intent on practicing their religion in an open and nonthreatening environment.

Ben-Gvir is trying to distract from poor performance - analysis

National Security Minister Ben-Gvir is using uproar over protests and the police to distract from his failure to counter terrorism and crime.

Facebook is inadvertently fostering terrorist activity - US NGO report

Facebook has created 108 pages for Islamic State in addition to dozens of other pages for terrorist groups including Al-Qaeda

US to send a delegation to Riyadh to discuss counterterrorism, Iran

The interagency delegation will participate at the GCC meeting

You can't compare counterterror operation to terrorist attacks on innocent civilians - opinion

Many media outlets and public figures have painted these events as a morally equivalent exchange of fire between IDF troops and Islamist groups.

UK police charge man with terrorism after arrest at Leeds hospital

He was charged with preparation of a terrorist act and possession of an explosive substance and an imitation firearm.

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UK's counterterrorism police probes uranium package found at Heathrow

Uranium can be used for civilian power generation and scientific purposes and is a key ingredient in nuclear weapons.


FBI, DHS say action needs to be taken on social media extremism

US agencies and private social media platforms have been identified as not doing enough to combat domestic terrorism, new report says.

Lebanese riot police walk near burning fire during a protest against the fall in pound currency

One killed in Iraq's Erbil after vehicle explodes - statement

An explosive device attached to the bottom of the car detonated, killing the driver and injuring two women and two children who were in the car.


If not for Hezbollah, Lebanon would have joined Abraham Accords - intel chief

IDF’s Military Intelligence Maj.-Gen. Aharon Haliva said the military has discussed the potential for escalation in the north with the political echelon.

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