Islam and antisemitism

In this image made from video, Rwandan policemen patrol near the Amarula Palma hotel in Palma, Cabo Delgado province, Mozambique, Sunday, Aug. 15, 2021.

20 years after 9/11, global terror threats persist in Africa

The al-Qaeda-led terrorist attacks on 9/11 prompted the formation of Islamist militant groups across Africa that continue to wage deadly attacks.

The World

A Hamas terror anthem is Israel’s biggest summer hit


How do you even talk about peace in Gaza when both sides are digging in?

The World

Hezbollah chooses Lebanon’s new Prime Minister

Conflict & Justice

Al Manar: Hezbollah’s Television Propaganda Tool

Global Politics

Lebanon on Edge as Airstrikes Against Syria Appear Imminent

Conflict & Justice

The Lebanese have had rough month. And it may get rougher. Especially in south Beirut. There have been tit for tat bombings in the area, and scores dead.

Israeli ambassador spells out concerns with ongoing Syrian civil war, chemical weapons

Global Politics

Israel is in the tough position of being close to Syria and having a history of conflict with the country. As evidence mounts that Syria has used chemical weapons on its own citizens, Israel has drawn its own lines that its ambassador to the United States says it won’t allow Syria to cross.

Israeli prime minister blames Iran for deadly suicide attack in Bulgaria

A group of Israeli tourists were targeted, and five of them killed, in a deadly suicide bombing outside an airport in Bulgaria. Now, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has blamed Iran for the attack.

Cyber-activism in Gaza


Cyber activists “Gaza Youth Breaks Out” take heart from the Tunisian overthrow of the government.

Israel after the ceasefire

Spokesman for Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert says campaign in Gaza was successful in destroying “the Hamas military machine.”