Thursday, November 03, 2016


ISIS chief looses suicide bombers at W. cities As Iraqi troops entered Mosul, Wednesday night, Nov. 2, Islamic State's leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi called on his suicide bombers all over the world "to destroy the cities of the unbelievers."

Putin to US: Be more like Israel Russian leader slams US anti-terror strategies, holds up Israel as an example of how to fight terrorism.

Christian supporters of Israel plan to flood UNESCO with bibles Evangelical group urges members of the faith to 'refresh diplomats' memory' on Judaism and Christianity's historical ties to Jerusalem.

Israeli official: Iran commands 25,000 Shi'ite fighters in Syria Israel has long seen Iran as its greatest threat and campaigned hard against US-led efforts to strike a nuclear deal with Tehran.

Iranian military leader: Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps "will be in the U.S. and Europe very soon" "The IRGC is the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, not "the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps."

Israel cautious about new Lebanese president Lebanon's new, pro-Hezbollah president has vowed to 'release what is left of our lands from Israeli occupation.'

How worrying is Russia's growing presence in the Middle East? With both Russia and Israel carrying out military operations in war-torn Syria, the two nations have implemented a system to coordinate their actions there in order to avoid accidental clashes.

Brexit court defeat for UK government Parliament must vote on whether the UK can start the process of leaving the EU, the High Court has ruled.

Mosul battle: 'IS leader Baghdadi' urges no retreat So-called Islamic State has released an audiotape purportedly from the group's leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, urging its supporters not to retreat as Iraqi forces advance on the city of Mosul.

Senior Iranian general: US in 'strong decline' At rally celebrating 1979 embassy siege, Hossein Salami says Washington 'can no longer manage' Muslim world's political, military development.

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