November 11, 2014
Journalists and activists fear that if implemented, the law would end general coverage of the military, which wields major political and economic influence.
Yemeni rebels sparked clashes at Sanaa international airport Tuesday, leaving 4 people dead.
US Secretary of State John Kerry (C) counts money as he visits the Mattrah souk
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond reiterated UK's support for the syrian moderate opposition as they fight the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levent's (ISIL) extremism and Syrian president Bashar Al-Assadآ’s regime.
Perhaps the most neglected major news story unfolding in the Middle East is the systematic repression of the region’s LGBT community.
A government ultimatum for NGOs to register under a law they say will restrict their activities expired on Monday.
A hard-fought nuclear deal hung in the balance as Iran and the United States ended talks Monday in Oman.
At least 54 Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant militants have been killed in separate Iraqi army attacks in Iraq's northern Saladin and Diyala provinces.
Upon the directives of His Majesty King Abdullah, the army on Monday dispatched a military aircraft laden with humanitarian assistance, including various supplies and blankets, to Iraq.
November 10, 2014
The United States has imposed sanctions on its former ally, Ali Abdullah Saleh, the ousted Yemeni dictator, and two Houthi commanders.
UK’s top security personnel have warned the British parliament of an “almost inevitable” militant attack in the country over the “acute” levels of terror activities.
An Israeli soldier who was stabbed Monday in Tel Aviv has died of his injuries, Israeli media reported Monday.
The Islamic Jihad movement has claimed responsibility for the two stabbing attacks that occurred in Tel Aviv and Gush Etzion on Monday.
RAF make first strike on ISIS with drone: Missile launched from Reaper hits ISIS terrorists laying bombs in Iraq
The United Nations has tasked a five-member panel with investigating Israeli attacks on UN shelters during Tel Aviv’s deadly summer war on the Gaza Strip.
A Jordanian court has sentenced four men to jail on charges of membership in the ISIL terrorist group and promoting the Takfiri group on social media networks.
At least twenty people have been killed in the latest round of clashes between Houthi movement’s Ansarullah fighters and al-Qaeda-linked militants in Yemen’s central province of Bayda.
"They are our brothers. They are good people. They love life, a lot like us, really," woman tells Israel Radio.
Palestinian stabs three people at hitchhiking post outside Alon Shvut settlement; attack comes hours after IDF soldier stabbed and critically hurt in Tel Aviv.
Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad has said a ceasefire proposal for the embattled northern city of Aleppo, which has been raised by the UN envoy to the country, is “worth studying.”
For the first time since 2007, fish caught by Palestinian fishermen in Gaza was allowed to enter the West Bank on Monday, an official said.
In another move to crack down on ISIS supporters in the country, Jordanian authorities have ordered clerics to preach only moderate Islam
Dozens of Jewish settlers under Israeli police protection have forced their way into the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem, a Palestinian guard at the holy site said Monday.
A Syrian Kurdish boy peers as children take lessons in a makeshift school tent
An Islamic State spokesman has confirmed that U.S. airstrikes injured IS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi.
An aide to ISIL leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed by a US air strike according to Iraqi state television, while the fate of the militant group's chief remains unclear.
An approximately twenty-year-old man was stabbed and critically injured in Tel Aviv near Hahagana train station on Monday in what police believe was a nationalistically motivated attack.
Five nuclear engineers were reportedly assassinated by unknown gunmen close to a research center in northern Damascus.
Three Palestinian fishermen were injured off the Gaza coast by Israeli gunboats late Sunday, local witnesses said.
Egyptian militant group Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis purportedly swore allegiance to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militant group and called on Egyptians to take up arms against the government.
Jordan's Prime Minister Abdullah Nsur called ongoing tensions in Jerusalem a "stab wound" on the country's relationship with Israel.
Oman voiced hope that talks between Iran, the US, and the EU regarding Iran's nuclear program will reach a final agreement soon.
Lebanon's army raided a gathering in a Syrian refugee camp Sunday following a nationwide crackdown on militancy in the country.
A proposed Knesset bill to apply Israeli laws to illegal settlements in the West Bank was condemned by Palestinian official, Nabil Shaath Sunday.
Ahmet Davutoglu called for the protection of Al Aqsa Mosque a "divine duty" following reports of right-wing Israeli settlers storming the holy complex last week.
ISIL now requires European recruits to undergo background checks, fearing infiltration by Western intelligence agents.
November 9, 2014
President Mahmoud Abbas said Sunday the shrine of late President Yasser Arafat will be moved to Jerusalem, the capital of Palestine, at the earliest possible opportunity.
Israeli forces have raised the alert level across the occupied territories as Palestinians continue protests over the killing of a young man.
The Lebanese Army Sunday arrested a Syrian rebel commander and his chauffeur near the northeastern border town of Arsal
ISIS spokesman Abu Mohammed al-Adnani confirmed Sunday that al-Baghdadi was hurt in US-led strike, but said he was not killed.
A general strike paralyzed the majority of Arab cities and towns in the Negev on Sunday in protest against the Israeli police shooting dead an Arab young man in the Galilee a day earlier.
Iraqi officials say an investigation is being carried out to determine whether ISIL chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed in recent airstrikes by the US-led coalition.
Jordan on Sunday marks the ninth anniversary of the Amman hotel bombings, when coordinated attacks targeted three of the capital’s hotels in November 2005, killing over 60 people and injuring some 115.
More than 1,000 people have been killed in the fighting in Kobani, a monitor group said Sunday.
Tensions reach new heights as official says Hamas refused to provide security for event to mark 10 years since death of Yasser Arafat.
Gaza's Energy and Natural Resources Authority on Sunday urged Palestinian officials to ship fuel to Gaza in order to increase the efficiency of the Strip's sole power plant.
Citing Temple Mount tensions, Jordan's king orders officials not to attend 20th anniversary ceremony for peace treaty in Jordan Valley.
Representatives of Iran, the US, and the EU have kicked off a trilateral meeting in the Omani capital, Muscat.
Environmental Protection Minister Amir Peretz resigned Sunday amid a public fight with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
No one saw ISIL coming. Over the past few months, ISIL militants have managed to seize land the size of Great Britain across Iraq and Syria. Clearly, this terrorist group needs stopped. Sending more US soldiers into Iraq isn't the answer.
Two bombs were discovered before they exploded.
Egyptian security forces killed eight suspected militants in the Sinai Peninsula as part of ongoing anti-jihadist operations.
At least 13 ISIL militants and Kurdish fighters were killed following clashes in the Syrian border town of Kobani, which has been under siege for nearly two months.
The new government, led by Prime Minister Khaled Al-Bahah, includes a number of ministers affiliated with the Shi’ite Houthi movement and the southern Hirak movement.
Saudi mourners hold posters reading in English "Sectarianism shall be defeated.
Tensions continued Sunday following overnight protests across Israel after a Palestinian man was unlawfully killed by Israeli police on Friday.
Hundreds of Jordanians took to the streets of central Amman to protest against Israeli actions in Jerusalem's holy Al Aqsa Mosque.
ISIL leader and self-proclaimed "Caliph" Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has allegedly been seriously injured by a US air strike, local witnesses and government sources reported.
A British national who joined ISIL blew himself up in Iraq, killing eight people. Kabir Ahmed from Derby originally appeared on a BBC program stating why he wanted to be a suicide bomber.
ISIL has begun luring members of the Taliban and other militant groups to join its ranks, according to a state government report from the Balochistan province.