Friday, January 23, 2015


Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz dies Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz has died, royal officials have announced, weeks after he was admitted to hospital.

Who is Saudi Arabia's new monarch, King Salman? Saudi Arabia's new king, Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud, is a veteran of the country's top leadership, versed in diplomacy from nearly 50 years as the governor of the capital Riyadh and known as a mediator of disputes within the sprawling royal family.

Doomsday clock inches forward to three minutes from catastrophic midnight The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, a group founded by the creators of the atomic bomb, say the world is now three minutes from a catastrophic midnight and the closest it has been in 30 years.

'The Iranians Don't Believe Obama's Threats' Former US Ambassador to the UN John Bolton speaks with Arutz Sheva on why Iran's nuclear program is at a pivotal point.

Using the Paris Attacks to Encourage Anti-Semitism Excalibur, the campus newspaper at York University in Ontario, last week featured an editorial penned by Features Editor Abdul Malik, who was attempting from a Muslim perspective to come to terms with the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris.

Report: Construction of footbridge to Temple Mount exacerbated geopolitical tensions Dismantled bridge built to supplant Mughrabi Bridge last summer resulted in status quo change allegations.

EU official: Without Jews, Europe has no future French PM: "If 100,000 Jews leave, France will no longer be France. The French Republic will be judged a failure."

Ukraine rebel Zakharchenko 'rejects truce talks' The main pro-Russian rebel leader in eastern Ukraine says his troops are on the offensive and he does not want truce talks with Kiev.

Eurozone in suspense as Greeks head to polls Greeks head to the polls on Sunday (25 January) in an election likely to put a far-left government in power in the country most hurt by the economic crisis and the austerity measures linked to its bailouts.

Ya'alon Warns Hezbollah: We Won't Tolerate Attacks Hezbollah, Syria will be held responsible for attacks, Defense Minister warns, amid 'largest buildup since Second Lebanon War.'

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