Turkish forces press on with assault, which UN says has displaced over 130,000 people
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A rereading of The Turner Diaries, the most popular anti-Semitic text since Mein Kampf
Provoking Jerusalem's Palestinians 'For Nothing': Cop's Recording Sheds Light on 'Screwed Up' Policy
Israeli officers heard in a body camera video complaining about disputed operation in East Jerusalem neighborhood of Isawiyah, aimed at 'causing more problems'
In a conversation with Arabic media ahead of Saudi Arabia visit, the Russian president called for a two-state solution, said Moscow peace talks between Israel and Palestinian Authority never materialized
Most involved say when it comes to relations, it's a 'chicken and egg' situation: If public support for ties among the Jordanian public continues to shrink, advancing joint civilian projects will face even more difficulty
Breakout reported in Ain Eissa in fifth day of operation, as UN says over 130,000 displaced ■ Kurdish politician said executed by Turkish-backed fighters ■ Germany's Merkel urges Erdogan to halt operation
The sun may be shining, but Israel is far from reaching its goals of harnessing this powerful energy resource
Trump sparked controversy on Saturday when he weighed in on a former U.S. Army commando will face a military trial in December on allegations that he murdered a bomb-maker years ago in Afghanistan
The Bible ties building booths on Sukkot to Exodus, but another explanation may lie in ancient Ugaritic tablets about a Canaanite supplication to Baal.
After Artem Dolgopyat's impressive routine and consistent lead at the competition in Stuttgart, he finished second, raising hopes for next year's Tokyo Olympics
Turkish-backed Syrian rebels reportedly attacked a camp where ISIS-linked 'elements' were being held
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For the first time since entering the White House, Donald Trump has encountered significant criticism from evangelical leaders. Does the president have reason to worry about his own ‘base’?
'Irena Sendler' will be the first project of Pilot Wave, a production company started alongside husband Yaron Varsano
Two days after the attack on a synagogue that left two dead, a visit to the east German city finds locals stunned and unsure what to tell an incoming group of Israeli students
Leading lawmaker says 'government and police must act immediately' after masked men opened fire in northern city, injuring a 12-year-old girl and a woman in her 60s
The Israeli organization of German-speaking Jews asked its members to rummage through their crawlspaces and attics – and was stunned by what they produced
Russian officials have been mediating low-level talks between the Kurds and Damascus
The professor of constitutional law is backed by the Islamist Enahda party and has campaigned to fight corruption and support decentralization
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