An explosion at a Coptic church in Cairo on Sunday left at least 25 people dead and dozens injured.
PM Netanyahu this week lashed out at the Palestinian Authority’s ruling party, Fatah, for electing a jailed terrorist to a senior role within the movement.
Amidst increasing ISIS activity on the Syrian side of the Golan Heights, Israeli soldiers stationed there reported that over the weekend a literal pillar of cloud descended on the border.
The Obama administration has confirmed it supports the suppression of full religious freedom at the Jerusalem holy site.
Bringing an end to the extremely dry conditions that have plagued Israel this fall, welcome rains drenched much of the country throughout the day, December 1.
While the world is focusing its attention on the upcoming U.S. elections, the Cold War between America and Russia escalates.
UNESCO’s executive board formally adopted a controversial measure on Tuesday which Israel has said denies the historic Jewish connection to holy sites in Jerusalem.
There are titanic shifts taking place in Washington D.C. Under the watch of President Barack Obama, a flock of Muslim aides and advisors have been welcomed into the White House.
As dignitaries arrive from all over the world, to pay their respects to one of Israel’s greatest leaders, Shimon Peres, it’s an opportunity to reflect on who the man was in his life.