Late night comics had fun Monday night after U.S. President Donald Trump appeared to invent a terror attack in Sweden during a rally in Florida on Saturday.
Anas Haj Yahiya of the town of Taibeh, who is said to have sworn allegiance to ISIS, is accused of consenting through a contact who claimed to be in Gaza to plan to bomb a bus on Dizengoff Street.
While everyone, including the Swedish government tries to figure out why he meant by 'what’s happening last night in Sweden,' Trump cites Fox News.
President defends his travel ban in Florida rally by referring to 'what's happening last night in Sweden.' Swedish government Twitter account responds: 'Main news right now is about Melfest' – a Eurovision song contest qualifier.
Basel Ghattas, of the Joint List party, faces possible charge of terrorism-related offense
Church of the Loaves and Fish suffered heavy damage after a 2015 attack. 'Hate cannot win,' President Rivlin says at special mass.
Hatam Faiz Khalil Magari was sentenced to life in prison for his role in the lynching of two Israeli soldiers at the start of the second Intifada, but new evidence could change that ruling.
The Syrian president says no contact has been made with the Trump administration, but that he would accept U.S. troops in his country in alliance with Russia and the Syrian government under certain conditions.
Suspect arrested after incident near Petah Tikvah's open-air market.
The arrest comes as CIA chief Mike Pompeo arrives in Turkey to discuss the joint fight against ISIS following a phone call between Trump and Erdogan.