Saturday, November 23, 2013


Senior General: US in Greatest Danger Since 1930s Senior military analyst Lt. Gen. Thomas G. McInerney spoke to Arutz Sheva on Tuesday, warning that rising Russian and Iranian influence, coupled with America's waning Middle East presence, has put the US in the most dangerous situation.

Egypt's Brotherhood marks milestone with clashes Clashes erupted Friday as thousands of supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood around Egypt held protests.

Pope to put 'St. Peter's bones' on display at Vatican After centuries buried beneath the Vatican, and decades hidden away inside the Holy See, the bones of a man long believed to be St. Peter, one of the founding fathers of the Christian church, are to go on display.

Ya'alon: Nuclear Iran could plant dirty bomb anywhere in West Israel is very concerned by the proposed initial deal between the international community and Iran.

Iran nuclear talks: Hague bids to close 'narrow gaps' William Hague called for any deal to be thorough, after he arrived to negotiate alongside counterparts from the US, Russia, France, China and Germany.

Egypt expels Turkish ambassador Relations with Ankara would be lowered to charge d'affaires, officials said.

China establishes 'air-defence zone' over East China Sea China's defence ministry said aircraft entering the zone must obey its rules or face "emergency defensive measures".

Hillary Clinton: If U.S. Doesn't Get Act Together, World Will "De-Americanize" HILLARY CLINTON: We were in another one of these dramas in Washington -- would we or would we not default on our debt?

Israeli Expert: Strike on Iran Complex, But Possible "An Israeli strike on Iran's nuclear infrastructure is a risky and militarily-complicated endeavor, but within reach," says a leading strategic analyst, Prof. Efraim Inbar.

Fear is Driving Hamas to Further Radicalize Hamas finds itself increasingly isolated and under pressure after the fall of its Muslim Brotherhood patrons in Egypt.