Tehran is preparing for a sustained campaign of direct confrontation with Israel, with plans to use the Iranian military’s growing presence in Syria to launch attacks on targets inside the Jewish state.
Arab foreign ministers on 19 Nov. 2017 described the Lebanese Hezbollah organization as a “terrorist organization” and announced their intention to turn to the UN Security Council to discuss Iran’s intervention in the region.
Moscow lashed out at Washington, London and Paris in the wake of Allied airstrikes on military facilities connected to Syria’s chemical weapons stockpiles.
Israel’s military was put on high alert amid heightened tensions along the northern border and with Iran threatening to avenge an airstrike on a Syrian air base believed to have killed 14 people, including 7 Iranian military personnel.
The Syrian regime of Bashar Assad on Saturday 7 April 2018 again used chemical weapons against a rebel-held area.
The unlikely friendship of Theodore Herzl and William Hechler led to the modern state of Israel 50 years later.
Around 100,000 people took part in the Passover priestly blessing of the kohanim (members of the priestly families) at the Western Wall in Jerusalem on Monday.
Hamas and other Palestinian terror organizations have begun mobilizing the Palestinian public to participate in a series of ongoing events over the course of six weeks.
Britain, France and Germany have proposed fresh EU sanctions on Iran over its ballistic missiles and its role in Syria’s war, according to a confidential document sent to EU capitals.
PM Benjamin Netanyahu has told cabinet members that US President Donald Trump will likely exit the Iran nuclear deal this May.