Rocket sirens heard in Gaza Belt
Legendary Iranian soccer player urges consumer boycott to...
As consumer prices continue to hit ordinary Iranians hard, a popular former soccer player is leading a consumer boycott on social media in an effort to reduc...
World Cup: Russia beats Egypt 3-1 as Salah returns
Language Undefined With Egypt's loss on Tuesday, Arab teams in the World Cup are left with zero points from five games
Arab MK loses cool in Knesset
Vying for minds in East Jerusalem schools
In a bid to revamp the educational sector in East Jerusalem and ease Israel's grip on the schools there, the Palestinian Authority has announced a national e...
Will the south be Syria’s next battlefield?
Abandoned by their allies, the rebels' days in southern Syria appear numbered
Why Israel-lovers should care about the World Cup
PA names plaza after terrorist murderer
Does Mhebis, a Ramadan tradition, have a future in Iraq?
Al-Muhaibis, or Mhebis, a traditional game centered around finding a ring, is being played by Iraqis this Ramadan, but some foresee its disappearance as youn...
IDF attacks Hamas targets in Gaza
Siren heard in Eshkol Regional Council
Ultra-Orthodox, leftists join forces against Israeli draft
Ultra-Orthodox and leftist Knesset members have joined forces and advanced a proposal to abolish Israel's compulsive military service.
Legendary IDF battlefield tours impart Israeli fighting h...
US Senate votes to block F-35 fighter jets' sale to Turkey
Language Undefined Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim warns Ankara will find other 'alternatives' if the $10bn deal falls through
IDF: Five launches identified from Gaza
Jeff Sessions: Comparing US immigrant policy to Nazi acts...
'Hate network' against Israel exposed
IDF attacks in Gaza a second time
World Cup: Russia v Egypt
Russia move to the brink of qualifying for the last 16 of the World Cup after they beat Mohamed Salah's Egypt in St Petersburg.
Netanyahu will not receive 'Friend of the Settlements award'
Saudi Arabia to press ahead with canal cutting Qatar from...
Language Undefined From a military base, to beach clubs, to a nuclear waste site - Riyadh has big plans for the waterway set to squeeze Doha further
Egypt proposes increase on fees paid by foreigners
Refugees in Egypt who are already struggling just to make ends meet are worried about the government’s proposal to increase the residency charge.
Rocket sirens sounded in Gaza Belt
PA media report second Israeli air strike in Gaza
Back from America & Arab Homes vs. Jewish Homes – A Hebre...
Experiences on a rooftop in Harlem. - with David Ha'ivri
Rejuvenation: Music Therapy and the ‘Soul Doctor’ [audio]
Already on Broadway for a few years, ‘Soul Doctor, Journey of a Rockstar Rabbi’, based on the life of the late Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, has now come to Jerusa...
In pictures: Driving lessons for Saudi women
Images from a driving centre in Dhahran, where women are preparing for the ban's end on 24 June.
Gaza women fight for fairer, faster divorces
A women's association in Gaza is fighting to address the glacial legal process to obtain a divorce and the lack of support for women during those interminabl...
Internal Security Minister to Legal Advisor: Investigate ...
Retail Store Supervisor
British Blogger Sentenced, Not Jailed for Anti-Semitic Po...
The amateur musician claimed the Holocaust was “a bunch of lies” and referred to Auschwitz as a “theme park.”
EU considering 'regional' processing centres to deter mig...
Language Undefined Document leaked ahead of key summit says centres could allow agencies to more quickly access why people are migrating
Syria's not waiting for peace to rebuild, and Iran wants ...
There's a lot of talk about reconstructing Syria, but at the moment, Iran seems to be the only country actively working toward that end.
For Palestinians, Trumpism may come with a silver lining
Framed as criticism of Donald Trump, support for the Palestinian cause is no longer taboo among US politicians
Poor, but Happy (An Emotional Show) – The Tamar Yonah Sho...
Tamar sets the record straight!
Israel announces destruction of underwater Hamas tunnel
Palestinian analysts believe that Israel announced the destruction of a recently discovered underwater tunnel in the Gaza Strip as part of a media strategy a...
Doors for Refugees Close as Displaced Population Soars, U...
A refugee agency’s annual report shows no letup in the number of people who fled their homes in 2017.
UN Human Rights Commissioner: 'U.S. withdrawal disappoint...
Lying About Arabs to Hurt the Jews – Phantom Nation [audio]
The lies people tell about Arabs, Islam and Jerusalem to deprive the Jews of their rights.
Kushner, Trump envoy meet with Jordan king
Displaced Syrians build new lives in Idlib
Syrians evacuated from eastern Ghouta have found new life and work in Idlib, where few still rely on aid and charity organizations.
PMO: Israel welcomes U.S. withdrawal from UNHRC
Renewed fight over Libya’s oil threatens entire country
The repeated attacks against the country’s main oil lifeline will always be a looming threat as long as no central government is in place with full power ove...
Hiking with strollers in the beautiful Galilee
Egypt's new defence minister 'arrested Morsi during coup'...
Language Undefined Former presidential palace official says Mohamed Ahmed Zaki's promotion is reward for his role in Abdel Fattah el-Sisi's rise to power
It's all about the money? Yes!
Is Ankara trying to change demographics in Turkey's Kurdi...
The Turkish government’s decision to grant citizenship to Meskhetian Turks deported during the Soviet era pleases the Meskhetians, but raises the question of...
Sirens heard in Gaza Belt and Hof Ashkelon
'Israel seeks to take over Al-Aqsa'
Moroccans on trial for mass protest boycott hearing
Language Undefined Fifty-four defendants are on trial for participating in protests following a fishmonger's death in Rif
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