Three Gazans, Israeli suspects allegedly planned to hurl grenades at people dancing in wedding hall, set off concealed explosives and use weapons hidden in trash cans.
The resurgence in knifing attacks show that the Palestinian sovereign is increasingly less relevant in the lives of its subjects and its legitimacy is eroding.
After Hamas barred Fatah from participating in vote in Gaza, Palestinians' top court halts election, highlighting political division between West Bank, Strip.
The army is playing a new role in the territories: As a bailiff, raiding homes in the dead of night and confiscating TVs, computers, toasters – even earrings.
An expert on Islam explains how suicide went from being a moral taboo in Islam, to the key element of the global jihad - from Hezbollah to ISIS.
More than 50,000 people are believed to be trapped inside Fallujah, facing a potentially dire humanitarian situation and the risk of forced recruitment into the Islamic State group.
The United Nations has expressed concern about an estimated 8,000 Syrians trapped by fighting in the north of the city.
A way should be found to alleviate the situation of the Palestinian population in the Gaza Strip without simultaneously strengthening Hamas and the Islamic Jihad.
United States condemns strike as senseless act of violence; car bomb blast rips through houses, shops and government buildings.
The Iraqi refugee, who was removed from the flight after another passenger reported hearing him say a terrorist group's name during a phone conversation, says he was the victim of Islamophobia.