Wednesday, July 01, 2015


Islamic State threatens to "uproot" Israel, topple Hamas Extremist group blasts Islamist rulers of Gaza for being too lenient in enforcing Sharia law.

Netanyahu: ISIS is near our border PM offers condolences for lost ones in Islamic State attacks in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula; 'We are partners with the Egyptians in our battle against radical Islamic terrorism.'

Greece debt crisis: Tsipras in new bailout 'concessions' Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has offered new concessions to the country's creditors.

Egypt's Sinai rocked by wave of deadly attacks Islamic State militants have launched a wave of attacks on the security forces in Egypt's restive Sinai Peninsula.

Israel, Jordan may open Dome of the Rock to non-Muslims Allowing paying tourists into Temple Mount sites, closed to Jews and Christians since 2000, seen as way to keep peace at powder-keg site, Belgian NGO says.

Brinksmanship ahead of new Iran nuclear deadline Day after agreement to set back deadline to reach final deal, top US, UK and German diplomats hold meetings with Iran.

Terror Suspect Arrested In NJ; NYPD On High Alert For July 4 Fireworks Another suspected member of a reportedly ISIS radicalized terror cell was arrested in New Jersey Monday, as the metropolitan area goes on hyper-alert for the threat of an attack during the Fourth of July holiday.

Palestinians Uninterested in Support From Gays It is somewhat ironic that the most vocal supporters of the Palestinian cause are ultra-liberals who also champion issues such as gay rights, given that Palestinian society does not tolerate homosexuals.

950 Hezbollah operatives, 300 Hamas members in Germany - intelligence report Radical Islamists "greatest danger for the country," German agency says.

Hamas Chief Says Armed Wing 'Stronger' than Ever Ismail Haniyeh asserts Hamas has recuperated since Gaza war and is more than ready to answer any threats from Israel.