Second bombing in two days in Kabul

The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack on Saturday, according to the group's Telegram channel.


Blast kills more than 50 at Kabul mosque

The attack is the latest in a series of attacks on civilian targets in Afghanistan during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.


Voices from the Arab press: What will happen to France’s Arabs, Muslims?

A weekly selection of opinions and analyses from the Arab media around the world.


Jerusalem highlights April 29-May 5

What's new to do in Israel's capital?

Iranians burn an Israeli flag during a rally marking the annual Quds Day, or Jerusalem Day, in Tehra

Iran prepares for anti-Israel Quds Day with massive incitement

Quds Day is on the last Friday of Ramadan and is pushed by Iran to be a day of incitement against Israel.

Israel will not discuss Temple Mount with Jordan after incitement – official

The official referred to Jordanian Prime Minister Bisher Al-Khasawneh’s praise for Palestinians who physically attack Israelis amid rioting on the Temple Mount.

NY Jews, Muslims gather for Ramadan dinner in Brooklyn mosque

A hundred people, including 10 prominent Jewish leaders and their Muslim counterparts, gathered at a Brooklyn mosque for the fast-breaking Iftar meal.


'Peace to you': Palestinians, Israeli settlers share kosher Iftar meal in Hebron

Local Palestinian leader Muhammed Naser was not afraid to attend the kosher Iftar meal in Hebron. Here's why:

Gantz says Israel protects ‘freedom of worship’ at ambassador Iftar dinner

"Israel values freedom of worship and we will do everything in our capacity to enable it, while an extremist group - the minority - aims to harm it," the defense minister said.

Temple Mount closed to Jews 'until further notice,' says site administrator

Police made decision after ongoing clashes with Arab protesters at site

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