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Israel’s incumbent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke with President Reuven Rivlin on Monday evening shortly after the end of the Simhat Torah holiday, informing him that he was unable to form a governing coalition and formally returning...
Turkish President Reccep Tayyip Erdogan threatened to resume a full-scale offensive against Kurdish-led forces in north-eastern Syria when a US-brokered ceasefire is scheduled to end, unless the US keeps promises he insisted had been made to him...
Israelis reacted with sadness and anger Wednesday evening as Yom Kippur ended and they checked the news to see reports of an attack on a synagogue in Halle, in the German state of Saxony-Anhalt. The attacker, who killed two bystanders but failed...
Military forces around the Middle East were on high alert Thursday morning following a large-scale attack on northeastern Syria by Turkish forces. Iranian troops held unscheduled drills on their side of the Iran-Turkey border in an apparent...
A poll conducted in recent days by the Guttman Center at the Israel Democracy Institute think tank indicated that nearly two thirds of Israeli Jews are preparing to abstain from food (fast) on Yom Kippur, the Biblical festival which begins Tuesday...
Residents of central Israel were astonished and delighted on Saturday afternoon to feel early rain showers, with some Jerusalem suburbs receiving as much as 3 millimeters of precipitation. Despite the rain though, forecasts called for rising...
Protests continued to rock Iraqi cities on Monday following a bloody weekend which saw reports of over 100 deaths and many more injuries amidst clashes between protesters and security forces intensified. The Iranian regime is, according to many...
In the late 1970s, a gifted Canadian couple living in Jerusalem, Merv and Merla Watson, received from the Lord a vision to invite Christians from around the world to come join them in celebrating Sukkot, or the Feast of Tabernacles. They were...
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netyanyahu underwent his first pre-indictment hearings on Wednesday and Thursday, with his lawyers confidently telling journalists covering the proceedings that they were “surprising” Attorney-General...
Israeli and Western leaders were looking with alarm on Thursday at the growing tumult within Iraq, including protests in Baghdad and several other cities which have turned violent, prompting police to use live ammunition on protesters as well as...

 

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