A group of young men in a town near a frontline between rebels and pro-regime forces have been practicing the discipline for around two years - but the leaps have taken their toll
Strike in Damascus international airport attributed to Israel ■ Why isn't Russia taking action? ■ defense chief draws a new red line: No Iranian and Hezbollah military presence on the Syrian border
The strike came a day after Defense chief Lieberman said Israel 'will not allow Iranian and Hezbollah forces' to amass at the northern border ■ Syria blames Israel
Israeli Cabinet Minister to U.S. Lawmakers: U.S. Must Recognize Israeli Sovereignty on Golan Heights
U.S. should impose sanctions to prevent permanent Iranian presence in Syria, Minister Yisrael Katz tells members of Congress intelligence committees
Strike hits depot supplying arms to Hezbollah, source says, hours after several Iranian cargo planes land in Syria ■ Intelligence minister: Attack consistent with Israeli policy
Sergey Rudskoy, senior member of Russia’s military, didn’t specify how many airplanes were withdrawn, neither how many of them still remain in Hmeimim air base
The Israeli military sought to prevent the weapons from reaching Hezbollah, and Israel has acted in Syria ‘not once’ in similar situations, the officer added
Samples obtained by French intelligence show that forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad 'undoubtedly' used sarin nerve gas in April 4 attack
And is Netanyahu being dragged into another Gaza war?
The sanction orders U.S. banks to freeze the assets of any employees named, and bans American companies from conducting business with them.
'Trump has the political capital to actually achieve' Israeli-Palestinian peace, Husam Zomlot tells Haaretz ahead of Abbas' visit to Washington
Trump also says to 'ask him next month' about bid to relocate U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, though Israeli officials told Haaretz move not expected anytime soon
The two-day historic visit comes three weeks after Islamic militants staged deadly twin Palm Sunday church attacks
Keeping Gazans in the dark could be a political play by the Palestinian president to convince Trump he's a partner for peace
New amendments ratified by the Egyptian leader mean he now has the power to appoint judges to the country's top courts, a move judges charge will erode the judicial system's independence
Activists say the Prison Service has cut the stikers off from the outside world and is trying to break their spirits
While the prime minister has so far found a smooth way to deal with Trump, his conduct in relation to the Europeans has been much more cynical
Israeli Public Security Minister Bans E. Jerusalem Conference, Saying It Was Organized by Palestinian Authority
Organizers say the conference on the subject of 'Palestine facing Israeli incitement' was sponsored by an independent group
The UN promised to help buy diesel fuel for the hospitals' emergency generators but this has not been confirmed yet, official says
Hana Mansour-Khatib made history this week following decades of opposition to women as religious court judges which united conservatives in both the Muslim and Jewish communities.