Contingent includes guard wounded in Sunday night's attack ■ Evacuation made possible after call between Netanyahu, Jordan's king ■ All diplomats 'in good health'
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Although State Department's latest report uses similar wording on Israel-Palestine conflict to previous year's report, ZOA President Mort Klein says he didn't expect anti-Israel reports from new administration
For Second Time This Week, Protests Against Israel's Temple Mount Moves in Front of Istanbul Synagogue
Over two dozen men protest the situation at the Temple Mount in front of one of Turkey's oldest synagogues
This isn't the first time the holy site has been at the center of such a situation. But why did it start this time around?
Arab nations have never been more amenable to talking with Israel, but they need a responsive partner in Jerusalem
Iran's air defense chief, Brig. Gen. Farzad Esmaili, said during a ceremony that the Sayyad-3 missile is 'a completely indigenous technology'
An Interior Ministry statement said militant leader Ghandur Al-Masri was killed in a firefight with Egyptian security forces
Zakaria al-Juoda says his son had no political affiliation and calls on Jordan's King Abdullah to take action in the case according to the law
The government has seized more than 950 companies, from a baklava chain to a major construction firm, over suspected ties to a failed coup attempt last year