Wednesday, September 09, 2015


Defense Minister bans Islamist Temple Mount activists Ya'alon's office: Murabitun and Murabatat create tension and violence, are directed by hostile Islamist organizations.

Israel wary of Russian military build-up in Syria Syria's aging air force is largely Soviet-supplied, posing a possible scenario where similar models of jets and choppers could be flown by local and Russian pilots.

Migrant crisis: EU's Juncker announces refugee quota plan European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has announced plans that he says will offer a "swift, determined and comprehensive" response to Europe's migrant crisis.

Syria conflict: Rebels seize key Idlib airbase Syrian rebels have seized control of a key airbase in the north-western province of Idlib after a two-year siege.

Turkey's Demirtas warns leaders heading towards civil war The head of the pro-Kurdish opposition HDP has accused the ruling AKP of orchestrating nationalist attacks and pushing Turkey towards civil war.

'Zionist regime will cease to exist in 25 years,' Khamenei vows Iran's supreme leader says his government won't negotiate with the US on any other issue.

Queen Elizabeth II becomes longest-reigning UK monarch The Queen has thanked well-wishers at home and overseas for their "touching messages of kindness" as she becomes Britain's longest-reigning monarch.

Palestinian TV Claims Jewish Temples a 'Myth' Official PA TV claims Jews 'invented' the Jewish temples for 'political purposes' in latest propaganda piece.

Netanyahu to Meet Kerry in New York Prime Minister would like to meet Obama as well but an invitation has not been issued yet.

4 years to the day since attack, Israel reopens Cairo embassy Foreign Ministry chief attends rededication ceremony; deputy foreign minister hails move, urges warmer ties