November 5, 2014
Three IDF soldiers were injured Wednesday night after a Palestinian vehicle slammed into them in an attempt to run the Israeli forces, the IDF spokesperson's office said.
An Israeli court on Wednesday ruled that the body of Ibrahim al-Akkari, shot dead by Israeli forces after attacking pedestrians with a car, will be released to his family for burial later this evening.
Iran has the right to operate a civil nuclear program, but not create a bomb, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius have said.
Britain will deploy additional troops to Iraq in the coming weeks to help train local forces in their efforts to combat the Islamic State.
US military forces continued to attack the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) with 14 combined airstrikes between the 3rd and 5th of November over Syria and Iraq.
Hamas on Wednesday claimed responsibility for a Jerusalem car attack that killed one Israeli border policeman and injured 14 others earlier in the day.
At least eleven children have been killed in a mortar attack on a school Wednesday.
The Jordanian government has instructed its ambassador in Tel Aviv to return home due to what Amman says is "unprecedented Israeli escalation in Jerusalem."
Seven Egyptian rights groups said they won't be part of any delegation participating in the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva this week and also won't attend any of the event's activities, fearing persecution back home.
A Palestinian driver was shot dead by Israeli police after ramming his vehicle into a crowded pedestrian area in Jerusalem Wednesday, injuring 14.
The outgoing minister had announced that he was closing the Wesal TV channel, which was accused of inciting sectarian hatred.
Al-Qaeda affiliated Nusra Front warned Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah with "hidden surprises", stating the "real battle has not yet started".
The Egyptian Army has sent a medical aircraft to the area to aid the victims.
Palestinian worshipers clashed with Israeli security forces in Jerusalem's Al Aqsa Mosque Wednesday after right-wing Jews entered the compound.
Officials said the program started Monday with the sale of construction materials to 700 Gaza residents whose homes were damaged.