Jared Kushner and Co. deserve some credit for brushing away some of the doublespeak and diplomatic myths that have characterized the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in recent years
Netanyahu is likely to sacrifice Israel’s interests in industries like potato chips or milk and not risk its security interests, including the high-tech sector
King Abdullah cleared out the ranks among the senior officials in the royal court and removed senior intelligence officials. There's a message to the U.S. here, and to Israel too
Rohani cites 1980s war with Iraq, when a wartime supreme council was able to bypass other branches to make decisions regarding the economy and the war, IRNA news agency reports
Trump's counting on 'economic peace' but growth doesn't stop national aspirations
By agreeing to host next month’s economic forum, Bahrain gave a boost to Jared Kushner’s peace efforts. Now the main question is: Will the Gulf states actually pull out their checkbooks?
Even if Trump's instinct tells him it's best to avoid war with Iran, no one can be certain of his intentions - not even Netanyahu
Trump denied the report and that any of his cash came from Russia
Any transit through the Strait of Hormuz carries the risk of a catastrophic mistake by either side spinning out of control
The synagogue’s surveillance cameras filmed the arson attempts and Chicago police told local media that they have identified two suspects
Funding may be used for making synagogues, religious and cultural institution buildings more secure, training for personnel, and any other appropriate activity to increase security
Fox News’ chief pollster tells Haaretz he is not surprised that top GOP lawmakers are distancing themselves from the draconian new laws passed in Alabama and Georgia last week
It’s being fought quietly and on Tehran’s terms, which isn’t good news for the oil market or world economy
Trump agreed with Fox News host Steve Hilton that Buttigieg’s candidacy is a sign of progress for the country
Mohammad Javad Zarif posted his own message Monday on Twitter, saying Trump had been 'goaded' into 'genocidal taunts'
'Maybe North Madonna would have been better than Madonna #Eurovision'
Abbas spokesman issues cool response, Palestinian PM says no one consulted with him after U.S. said it will unveil economic aspects of blueprint at late June confab
'Never threaten the United States again,' the U.S. president tweeted, as Gulf tensions mount
Trump won the White House pledging to wind down the nation's many foreign entanglements and put 'America First'
The ten episode series '68 Whisky' follows a group of army medics is based on the popular Israeli series 'Charlie Golf One'
Some Democrats vying for the party's 2020 presidential nomination shifted the focus of the race to foreign policy on Sunday
Countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) began “enhanced security patrols” in the international waters of the Arabian Gulf area on Saturday
Despite its purportedly Eastern origins, the tale of ‘Aladdin’ began with a French archaeologist and is more the story of Orientalism than anything else
Trump responds to Justin Amash calling his conduct impeachment worthy, "Justin is a loser who sadly plays right into our opponents hands!"
'At least be forthright about your desire to subvert and dismantle our democracy into a creepy theological order led by a mad king'
Iranian authorities have repeatedly raided underground fashion events and targeted modelling agencies that post photographs online
He convinced Trump that Tehran will capitulate to crippling sanctions and a credible military threat – but the ayatollahs disagree
Iraq's government is allied with both sides of an increasingly contentious confrontation
'We should turn him over to the Saudis, you know, his buddies. The same Saudis who got rid of that reporter, you know. Maybe they can do the same for him'
Thousands of suits brought on by opioid overdoses have split the owners of drugmaker Purdue Pharma into two camps
Fears of armed conflict were already running high after the White House ordered warships and bombers to the region earlier this month to counter an alleged, unexplained threat from Iran
Brennan, an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump, is scheduled to talk to House Democrats at a private weekly caucus meeting Tuesday
When the U.S. ambassador states 'Israel is on the side of God,' he's voicing in off-base terms the Trump administration's one-sided support for Israel. But an excessively pro-Israel 'ultimate deal' could tip Israeli-Palestinian relations into apocalyptic territory
Excerpts of the Philadelphia speech quote the presidential hopeful as saying: 'If the American people want a president to spew hatred - they don't need me'
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says a campaign won't erupt because 'neither do we want a war, nor has anyone the idea it can confront Iran in the region'
Federal Aviation Administration warns commercial airliners flying over the Gulf of Oman to exercise caution 'due to the potential for miscalculation or mis-identification'
Officials said Thursday that Trump told his advisers that he does not want to go to war - but president denies it, says national security adviser and secretary of state are doing 'a great job'
David Ben-Gurion, Yitzhak Rabin and Elie Wiesel were among the friends and admirers of the man who wrote 'The Caine Munity' and 'The Winds of War'
Both Tehran and Washington eschew war, but must save face. A powerful mediator, like Moscow and Beijing, is necessary to pull them back from the brink
Law enforcement investigating possibility that fires were anti-Semitic hate crimes
Lebanese-born Ali Kourani, 34, was recruited, trained, and deployed by the militant movement to 'plan and execute acts of terrorism in the United States,' prosecutor says
Recent attacks on shipping, blamed on Iran, expose the fragility of Gulf states’ security and economies. But their in-fighting could derail U.S. strategy on Iran - and fuel insecurity across the Mideast