Wednesday, October 15, 2014


The joy of unease Like a moral barometer or a canary uniquely sensitive to the proverbial coal mine's ethical atmosphere, the status of Jews serves as a critical register of the general health of society.

Police to Restrict Muslim Entry to Temple Mount Israel Police to restrict the entry of Muslim worshipers to the Temple Mount following intelligence information about planned riots.

Ya'alon: Palestinians will have autonomy, not statehood Defense minister says he is "managing the conflict," rather than resolving it; stresses there are "no shortcuts" to peace.

Chag Sameach! Shmini Atzeret/Simchat Torah Starts Tonight Arutz Sheva wishes you a festive end of holiday season, with Shmini Atzeret prayers and lots of Simchat Torah dancing.

Obama to discuss Islamic State with European leaders US President Barack Obama is to hold a video conference with European leaders to discuss combating Islamic State.

Arabic prayer inscribed on Turkish jet sparks ISIS panic Incident raisea security fears at Istanbul's Ataturk airport as no security camera footage captured those responsible for mysterious blessings.

US 'hid Iraq chemical weapons incidents' US troops and Iraqi police were wounded by exposure to abandoned chemical weapons in 2004-11 in a series of incidents largely kept quiet by the Pentagon, a US newspaper has reported.

French MP: Palestinian Recognition a Slippery Slope French MP Meir Habib blasts 'weakness' of EU against Islamism, warns unilateral recognition of 'Palestine' gives victory to Islamism.

New Charges Filed Against Benghazi Suspect New charges against Abu Khattala, believed to be behind the Benghazi attack in 2012, include crimes punishable by death.

Iran opens up about structure of secret services Top nuclear security official thanks secret services for protecting atomic program from sabotage attempting, giving glimpse into secret workings.

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