Monday, December 19, 2016


Russian ambassador to Turkey Andrei Karlov shot dead in Ankara A Turkish policeman has shot dead Russia's ambassador to Turkey, Andrei Karlov, apparently in protest at Russia's involvement in Aleppo.

To Russia with love: Trump's dreams of Kremlin power President-elect spent 30 years trying to build ties in a country that mesmerizes him for its real estate and its tough leadership.

How many Jews are there in the world? Israel celebrates Week of Connection to Diaspora Jewry in attempt to strengthen ties between State of Israel and Jews around the word.

IDF uncovers massive weapons factory in Hevron IDF forces operating in Judea overnight uncovered one of the largest underground gun factories ever found in Judea and Samaria.

Who's afraid of Donald Trump in the Middle East? Not much can be ascertained about President-elect Donald Trump's administration future policies for the Middle East - any more than for most other parts of the world, except that his starting points are likely to be diametrically opposed to those of Barack Obama.

Light In a Dark World! When the stars lined up to lighten the path of the Wise Men as they travelled from the East to worship the new-born King of the Jews, it was the dawning of an amazing new era.

Comment: The colonial origins of US policy on Jerusalem Any US attempt to move the embassy to Jerusalem should be coupled with a deeper consular commitment to the Palestinians.

Mossad chief gives secret intelligence briefing to Trump staff Mossad chief makes clandestine trip to US to meet with incoming Trump administration.

'End the slaughter in Aleppo - bring back the Caliphate!' As condemnation of the nearly six-year old civil war in Syria, in which roughly half a million people have died.

With plenty of Hamas help, IS deepens its war against Egypt Gaza's terrorist rulers are still providing Sinai Province group with weapons and medical aid, despite a supposed thaw in their relations with Cairo.