Israel, having no allies in the region, is advocating establishment of a Kurdish state in the Middle East that could reasonably amount to a client state.
The Palestinian cabinet met in Gaza on Tuesday for the first time since 2014 in a further step towards the internationally recognised Palestinian Authority (PA) retaking control of the territory.
Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi has hit back at Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir over his “baseless” allegations against Iran.
Amnesty International says the European Union is “brazenly” violating international law by forcing thousands of Afghan refugees back to their war-torn homeland, where they face the risks of death, torture and other
US President Donald Trump has rejected diplomatic means for dealing with North Korea’s escalating missile and nuclear weapon testing, suggesting that a military response is the only option against Pyongyang.
The United Nations (UN)’s refugee agency says nearly two million people have been internally displaced due to the conflict in Yemen.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said that the July 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and the major world powers could serve as a good model for promoting of peace and stability both in the region and across the world.
On the first day of the US President Donald Trump's presence at the United Nations, hundreds of people poured into New York streets lading to the UN Headquarters calling for his resignation.
The Syrian army forces ambushed a large group ISIL terrorists who were escaping from a besieged area in Central Syria towards Idlib, and held them captive.
Human Rights Watch the Saudi-led coalition is committing war crimes in Yemen, saying its airstrikes killed 39 civilians including 26 children in two months.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei decried the muted response to the ongoing violence against Muslims in Myanmar, urging the Islamic governments to take practical measures to force the “merciless” Myanmarese government to stop the persecution of Muslims.
Reports say the death toll from a Taliban attack on a remote Shia village in northern Afghanistan has risen to 60.
Shaked is known for her strident (some would say extremist) views regarding Palestinians and the enfeebled Israeli left. In July 2014, in a controversial post on Facebook, the then-member of the Knesset posted the text of an article by the late Israeli writer Uri Elitzur that referred to Palestinian children as “little snakes” and appeared to justify the mass punishment of Palestinians living under Israeli occupation. The post has since been deleted, but an archived version remains.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) strongly condemned the Zionist government's decision to build four thousand new residential units in settlements plans of the occupied city of Al Quds.