Friday, March 01, 2019


Jerusalem, We Have a Problem Sometimes, I wish I was on that Israeli spacecraft that left for the moon this week.

Assad invites Iran's FM to Damascus for reciprocal visit Syria's President Bashar al-Assad invited Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to Damascus, Iranian state media reported on Thursday.

Ilhan Omar's Offensive Comments About U.S. Jews Extend Disturbing Pattern This is the third iteration of these kinds of comments, that seem to be increasingly frequent and a growing obsession of Omar.

Palestinians: Marching Backwards as Israel Prepares for Elections Instead of marching Palestinians towards democracy, the Palestinian Authority (PA) and Hamas have chosen the model of totalitarianism as a way of governing their people.

Pakistan Violates Ceasefire For 8th Consecutive Day, Targets Border Areas The firing and mortar shelling continued night long in several sectors of Poonch and Rajouri districts, officials said.

Netanyahu charges: Is Israel PM in more trouble now than ever before? Benjamin Netanyahu - currently seeking to be elected for a fifth term as Israel's prime minister - has known many challenging times in politics, but none quite like this.

Why India and Pakistan are fighting and what's at stake The latest incidents between India and Pakistan in Kashmiri territory -- airstrikes carried out by both the Indian and Pakistani Air Forces, and now two downed jets and an Indian pilot in Pakistani custody -- are the latest flares in a conflict that goes all the way back to 1947.

Why Jordan Is Stirring Up Trouble on the Temple Mount Last Friday, thousands of Palestinian protestors stormed the Gate of Mercy, located in the northeastern part of the Temple Mount, and forced it open.

Iran Shows off Unusual Ship-Killing Torpedo/Missile Combination Footage of a new Iranian missile that can be launched from a submarine appears to be genuine, according to an authority on submarines and submarine-launched weapons.

1,600-Year-Old Estate Uncovered in Central Israel Archaeological investigations ahead of construction work in central Israel uncovered a 1,600-year-old winepress and limestone quarries with depressions where grapes may have once grown, according to a report from The Times of Israel.