Thursday, May 29, 2014


Islamists at Al-Aqsa: Liberate Jerusalem from 'Jews Filth' Hizb ut-Tahrir, an Islamic organization which aims to have all Muslim countries unify as an caliphate ruled by Islamic law, held a mass rally at the Al-Aqsa Mosque last week.

Saudis could Turn to Pakistan for Nukes, Congress Warned Congress has been warned that Saudi Arabia and its regional allies were moving away from the United States.

Egypt election: Sisi secures crushing win Former military chief Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has won an overwhelming victory in Egypt's presidential election.

Jerusalem Day census reveals modern day battle for Jerusalem A fundamental divide exists in Jerusalem as religious groups passively combat a slightly smaller, but equally influential, community of secular residents.

Netanyahu: We intend to build everywhere in a united Jerusalem Building everywhere in Jerusalem, including areas over the pre-1967 lines, is the best response to those who deny Israel's right to exist.

The watchmen of the Holy City On the occasion of Jerusalem Day, The Jerusalem Post spoke to two senior military officers who play a key role in protecting the capital against terrorists, rioters and criminals.

Thousands celebrate Jerusalem Day in streets of capital Amid a specter of countless waving Israeli flags, thumping cacophonous music and uninhibited singing and dancing, a sea of young Jews reveled in the streets of Jerusalem Wednesday night.

Three Chinese Nuclear Missile Submarines Photographed in South China Sea China has deployed three nuclear-armed ballistic missile submarines to a naval base in the South China Sea.

Is it the Bilderberg conference - or conspiracy? Conspiracy theorists may chuckle when they learn a debate entitled "Does Privacy Exist?" is to feature at this year's Bilderberg conference.

'Global US empire coming to end,' Iran says senior Iranian military commander on Wednesday said the global US empire was "coming to an end".