Monday, February 06, 2017


IRAN: 'Only Seven Minutes Needed for the Iranian Missile to Hit Tel Aviv' Iran's officials vowed to continue launching "roaring missiles," which they characterized as defensive in nature.

Amid UN Warning, Israel Set to Pass Historic Settlements Bill The legislation is set to retroactively legalize 4,000 settler homes on private Palestinian land and offers to compensate its land owners.

IDF Continues to Strike Hamas Targets in Retaliation for Rocket Attack A projectile launched from the Gaza Strip on Monday morning landed in southern Israel; none hurt.

Western navies hold major drill off coast of Iran British-led 'United Trident' exercises come in light of increased Iranian harassment of naval vessels in Persian Gulf.

Yemen shapes up for US-Iran military clash Eight armies are fighting for dominance in Yemen, a country of 25 million inhabitants.

Women and Jihad: The Motivation of Female Suicide Bombers Female suicide bombers were relatively unknown till the second intifada that began in September 2000.

Child abuse: 7% of Australian Catholic priests alleged to be involved An inquiry examining institutional sex abuse in Australia has heard 7% of the nation's Catholic priests allegedly abused children between 1950 and 2010.

Mail-order terrorism Israeli authorities halt transfer of hundreds of packages destined for Gaza Strip.

PM Theresa May tells Netanyahu Britain supports two states Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and British Prime Minister Theresa May held a meeting in the UK Monday afternoon to discuss a series of issues involving the strengthening of their strategic, security and diplomatic ties.

France: Le Pen Launches Presidential Campaign "This election is a choice of civilization." "The question is simple and cruel: will our children live in a free, independent, democratic country?" - Marine Le Pen, leader of France's National Front party.