Monday, November 25, 2013


Special Report: 'Great Satan' meets 'Axis of Evil' and strikes a deal Saturday night had turned into Sunday morning and four days of talks over Iran's nuclear program had already gone so far over schedule that the Geneva Intercontinental Hotel had been given over to another event.

PM: Deal Would Have Been Much Worse Without Us Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu says lobbying had an impact; Israeli team will have an opportunity to weigh in on the deal with Iran.

Iran nuclear deal fuels anger, jitters in Mideast Israel's prime minister harshly condemned the international community's nuclear deal with Iran on Sunday while Western allies in the Persian Gulf were conspicuously quiet, reflecting the jitters felt throughout the Middle East over Iran's acceptance on the global stage.

Iran nuclear deal: Saudi Arabia warns it will strike out on its own Saudi Arabia claims they were kept in the dark by Western allies over Iran nuclear deal and says it will strike out on its own.

TAU Analysts: No Israeli Strike on Iran for 6 Months Tel Aviv University researchers suggest slim chances for an Israeli strike on Iran during 6 month negotiation period.

Angola Becomes 'First Country to Ban Islam' Southern African nation reportedly bans Islam and orders the demolition of mosques in the country.

Strange new apps let you slaughter sheep and 'play' the Holocaust Jewish educators and entertainers are finding inspiration in their roots for new, sometimes controversial, games.

IAF, US Air Force hold largest joint-military exercise in Israel's history Israel, Greece, Italy, US are holding massive aerial training exercise in Israel with almost 100 aircraft. IDF stress: Exercise has nothing to do with Iran.

Israel's 'Angels in Green' Descend on Philippines Israel has long been one of the first nations on the scene following major natural disasters. Most notably, Israel provided disproportionate assistance following the devastating earthquakes in Haita (2010) and Japan (2011). And Israel has not disappointed in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan that killed over 10,000 and left upwards of 800,000 wounded and homeless in the Philippines.

Pope puts St. Peter's relics on display, reviving scientific debate The Vatican publicly unveiled a handful of bone fragments purportedly belonging to St. Peter on Sunday, reviving the scientific debate and tantalizing mystery over whether the relics found in a shoe box truly belong to the first pope.