Monday, June 30, 2014


Watch: ISIS fighter says group will 'break all borders to reach Jerusalem' Social media clip shows man, who claims to be standing on the Iraq border with Syria, reaffirm the declaration of an Islamic "caliphate."

Isis rebels declare 'Islamic state' in Iraq and Syria Jihadist militant group Isis has said it is establishing a caliphate, or Islamic state, on the territories it controls in Iraq and Syria.

Netanyahu Threatens Hamas: Stop The Rockets 'Or We Will' Netanyahu says Israel 'will not allow continuation of rocket fire,' after morning of rocket attacks against southern communities.

In face of ISIS threat, Liberman terms Jordan's stability a vital Israeli national interest In meeting with German FM, Liberman makes strongest public statement by a senior official so far of Israel's commitment to Jordan's security in light of the advances made by ISIS.

Hamas Asks Turkey to Stop 'Israeli Aggression' Khaled Mashaal calls Turkish FM, asks for pressure against Israel same morning Hamas terrorists pepper Israel with rockets.

'Kidnapping Handbooks' May Have Guided Abduction Hamas distributed detailed booklets providing doctrinal, logistical instructions to abduct Israelis. Was this abduction 'by the book'?

Kurds in Iraq deserve independence, Netanyahu says Faced with ISIL threat, PM calls for 'enhanced regional cooperation,' announces plan to build security fence along Jordan border.

How 2014 Is Strikingly Similar to 1914 This week rings a historical bell. On June 28, it will be exactly 100 years since one man in the Balkans changed the world forever - with two shots from a pistol in the dusty provincial town of Sarajevo

Netanyahu: Islamic Extremism Getting Closer PM Netanyahu asks the international community to support Jordan in fight against ISIS, back the independence of Iraq's Kurds.

EU diplomats unsure of next step on Ukraine crisis EU leaders last Friday (27 June) gave Russia a new ultimatum on sanctions, but opinion differs on when the ultimatum is due and what the reaction will be.

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