A Palestinian Authority spokesman said Wednesday a move by the United States to cut financial assistance in the Middle East amounts to a declaration of war.
CAIRO – Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has been reelected for a second term with 92 percent of the vote, state media reported on Thursday citing preliminary results.
A federal judge on Wednesday rejected the Saudi Arabian governments attempt to dismiss a lawsuit accusing them of financing Al Qaeda and sponsoring the 9/11 attacks.
The army on Wednesday announced it would impose a nine-day closure on the West Bank and Gaza for the entirety of the Passover holiday, beginning on Friday.
UNITED NATIONS, United States — Germany on Wednesday rejected claims that it violated a supposed decades-old agreement to let Israel run unopposed for a seat on the United Nations Security Council.
JERUSALEM — Israel announced Wednesday it was launching a domestic digital health database that could make it a global medical powerhouse. The move aims to improve public health worldwide but critics warn it risks compromising personal privacy.
JERUSALEM — Israels national carrier filed a lawsuit against the government on Wednesday for allowing Air India to fly over Saudi airspace on its New Delhi-Tel Aviv flights, a move El Al says puts it at an unfair disadvantage.
Top Hamas official Musa Abu Marzouk has said in an interview to Londons Al-Hiwar television station that Hamas-Iran relations were the closest they had been since the Syrian civil war blew up in 2011.
NEW YORK — John McCains involvement in handing the largely discredited, Democrat-funded dossier directly to then-FBI Director James Comey helped to turn the anti-Trump document into a more urgent matter, according to a recently released book.
Thousands of mourners silently walked through Paris on Wednesday to condemn the gruesome murder of an 85-year-old Jewish woman, the latest in a series of anti-Semitic attacks that have convulsed Frances dwindling Jewish community.
TEL AVIV – President Donald Trump is still undecided about whether he will travel to Israel in May to inaugurate the new U.S. embassy to coincide with Israels 70th anniversary, the White House said Tuesday.
TEL AVIV – Israel will postpone deporting illegal African migrants until after Passover a high court demand for a policy brief on the matter.
JERUSALEM — The Israel Airports Authority says a German plane collided with an Israeli plane on the ground at Ben Gurion airport, causing damage but no injuries.
JERUSALEM – Israeli tanks hit two Hamas positions in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday after activists set fire to the base of the security fence on the volatile frontier, the army said.
ZAGREB, Croatia — Croatia is set to buy a squadron of F-16 fighter jets from Israel to modernize its military, after the countrys top defense body backed the deal.
An Israeli woman was left in a serious condition after falling out of the doorway of a passenger jet during a chaotic evacuation when passengers became alarmed at smoke in the cabin and rushed to the emergency exits.
The red tape that could have delayed the opening of the US Embassy in Jerusalem was cut on Tuesday, when the National Planning and Construction Council authorized plans to build a wall and escape route from the structure chosen, when the embassy moves from Tel Aviv.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met in New York City on Tuesday afternoon with around a half-dozen representatives of major American Jewish groups, The Algemeiner has learned.
If Sisi succeeds, the Islamic world will never be the same. And the world will be safer. If Sisi fails, then barring an unforeseen miracle, Egypt, with its 90 million people, will fall apart.
Officials within the Iranian regime on Sunday said President Donald Trumps decision to appoint former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Bolton as national security adviser was a “matter of shame” due to his involvement with an Iranian opposition group that Iran considers to be a terrorist organization.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was taken to the hospital Tuesday evening due to a high fever and a cough.
PARIS — French leaders and activists called for people to take to the streets to protest after prosecutors filed preliminary charges of murder with anti-Semitic motives Tuesday in the death of an elderly Jewish woman.
TEL AVIV – A stash of extremely rare bronze coins from the time of the Jewish Revolt against the Romans has been unearthed in a cave close to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
TEL AVIV – The Palestinian Authority has filed official requests this past week to join eight international treaties including the UNs International Convention against Apartheid in Sports and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, according to a report from Channel 2 news.
TEL AVIV – Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman on Sunday warned that the homefront by the border with Syria and Lebanon in Israels north was not adequately prepared for a potential war.
JERUSALEM — Israels defense minister has thanked the United States for including a “record-breaking” $705 million to aid the countrys missile defense in the spending bill passed last week.
JERUSALEM — The Israeli military says it has caught three Palestinians from Gaza who sneaked into Israel carrying grenades.
RAMALLAH, West Bank — Germanys new foreign minister on Monday urged the Palestinians “not to tear down bridges,” an apparent reference to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbass contentious relationship with the US.
PARIS – Two people have been charged with the murder of an 85-year-old French Jewish woman, who was stabbed and whose body was then set alight in a crime being treated as anti-Semitic, a judicial source said Tuesday.
Jewish leaders and thousands of their supporters took to Londons streets on Tuesday to voice their opposition to the rise of anti-Semitism in the UK Labour Party.
An 85-year-old woman, who survived the World War Two roundup of Jews by the Vichy regime, was found dead in her apartment after a fire broke out and had been stabbed eleven times in what investigators are now labelling an anti-Semitic attack.
WASHINGTON — If Congress and Americas European allies are unable to amend the Iran nuclear deal, US President Donald Trump is prepared to “potentially” walk away from it, the White House said on Monday.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman came to Washington to meet President Donald Trump last week, and was lauded for many of the reforms he is undertaking in Saudi Arabia. Many of these, such as improving the rights of women, are commendable, but the country still has a long way to go in the area of human rights.
Former President Jimmy Carter called President Donald Trumps decision to appoint Ambassador John Bolton as his new National Security Advisor “a disaster for our country.”
TEL AVIV – Days after Israel admitted to destroying a nuclear reactor in Syria in 2007, an Arabic-language report claimed that the Assad regime may have constructed another nuclear facility near the border with Lebanon.
TEL AVIV – Israeli Military Intelligence chief Maj. Gen. Herzl Halevi on Sunday warned of a possible “explosion” by the Palestinians ahead of Israels 70th Independence Day.
TEL AVIV – Arab media outlets reported that Israel attacked a number of Hezbollah targets along the Lebanon-Syria border on Sunday night, in reports that the Iran-backed terror group said had no foundation.
WASHINGTON, DC — Venezuelas Vice President Tareck El Aissami, an official of Syrian-Lebanese origin sanctioned by the United States for his connections to drug trafficking, is a “huge” monetary contributor to Irans narco-terrorist proxy Hezbollah.
Dubai – Bahraini authorities on Sunday announced they would be taking “severe measures” to track down dissidents who use social media, as the Gulf monarchy tightens its grip on political opposition.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) told a predominantly black congregation Sunday that Baptists, Catholics, and Jews all worship God but, unlike them, “without the rhythm,” according to the New York Post.
The Iron Dome missile defense system was apparently mistakenly activated by automatic gunfire within Gaza on Sunday, sending an unnecessary barrage of interceptors into the skies above southern Israel, the army said.
British Jewish leaders blasted opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in an extraordinary public letter released on Monday, accusing him of backing anti-Semites “again and again.”
Outgoing Military Intelligence chief Maj. Gen. Herzl Halevi on Sunday accused Iran of bringing instability to the Middle East in its quest for hegemony, a trend that he said would shape the region this year.
TEL AVIV – Students at Trinity College Dublin voted this week to support the boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel for the “long-term.”
TEL AVIV – U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley slammed the UN Human Rights Council on Friday after it approved five new anti-Israel resolutions, saying the council was “foolish and unworthy of its name.” At the same time, Israel blasted the UN agency for being a “sham” run by “bloodthirsty dictatorships.”