Wednesday, September 17, 2014


The Islamic State Thinks 'Big': Next Target - Jordan and Israel? The Middle East has a serious problem, and it isn't the Israel-Palestinian conflict.

Analysts Warn ISIS Terrorists May Attack Russia Hundreds of Chechen jihadists in ISIS have directly threatened Putin, leaving Russia president with 'chronic nightmare' of returning terror.

Citing security threat, Obama expands U.S. role fighting Ebola President Barack Obama on Tuesday called West Africa's deadly Ebola outbreak a looming threat to global security and announced a major expansion of the U.S. role in trying to halt its spread, including deployment of 3,000 troops to the region.

Steinitz ahead of nuclear talks: Iran is Israel's greatest threat, not ISIS or Hezbollah After returning from Washington, strategic affairs minister stresses that he does not see any hope in Iran making compromises.

Poll: Half of Palestinians support armed intifada against Israel The poll found that 57% of respondents expected the eruption of a third intifada in the West Bank. Only 32% said they did not expect such a thing to happen.

'Who built the pyramids?' - Round Two Arab news outlet "Elaph" responds to "Jerusalem Post" report on allegations that Jews were fabricating Egypt's past.

Isil want to assassinate the Pope, says Iraq's ambassador to Vatican Habeeb Al Sadr warns that Isil's "band of criminals" could have Pope Francis in its sights, ahead of the pontiff's visits to Albania and Turkey.

First they take Damascus, not Jerusalem There have been no attempts by Syrian rebels to try and harm Israel, but cross-border action is possible, says Northern Command officer.

On eve of talks, US and Iran remain "far apart" on key issues Top US negotiator warns of Iranian attempts to preserve status quo on enrichment in the final push for a deal.

Scottish independence campaign finds support in Palestinian bagpipers A collection of bagpipe bands in Palestinian communities throw their support behind Scottish independence ahead of the upcoming referendum .

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