In their latest military operation, Syrian armed forces have advanced towards the northern side of the southwestern border town of Tufail and Qalamoun in a special operation that led to the discovery of a major bomb-making and weapons manufacturing factory.
A Palestinian lawmaker has defied “a military order” by the Israeli regime to leave the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah.
The Ministry of Public Works will begin work to "limit the damage" of the Israeli offensive on Sunday, Palestinian public works minister Mufeed al-Hasayneh said Friday.
Iraqi Kurdish forces have recaptured seven villages from the grip of the ISIL Takfiri militants near a strategic dam in the northern city of Mosul.
A series of fresh protest rallies have been held across Yemen, where the government is under increasing pressure to step down.
Israeli soldiers have demolished several Palestinian houses near East al-Quds (Jerusalem), leaving dozens of Palestinians homeless.
Nazal put the number o the dead officers and troops at over 1,000.
Syrian Army operations against foreign-backed insurgents have continued in full swing, leading to the elimination of scores of armed elements, including non-Syrian terrorists, as well as the destruction of many of their armed vehicles and military hardware.
Iraqi military forces backed by the country’s newly-established volunteer militiamen have liberated several villages located on the way to the town of Amerli, which the Takfiri ISIL terrorists have besieged for months.
Following the Wednesday crash of the unmanned Israeli aircraft, a team from the US Embassy in Baghdad rushed to scene to collect remains of the surveillance drone, Al-Mayadeen News Network reported, citing news sources.
President Barack Obama is facing intense criticism for admitting the United States does not have a strategy to address the ISIL terrorist organization after a week of bluster about eliminating that "cancer."
The war on Gaza "that began with huge support ended with Israel shamed and confused," Danon said Wednesday.
Israel's military offensive on the Gaza Strip caused .4 million worth of damages to religious sites and cemeteries in Gaza, the Palestinian Economic Council for Development and Reconstruction said Thursday.
A pro-independence protest has been held in Scotland following attempts by British Prime Minister David Cameron to urge the Scottish people and businesses to reject independence in next month’s referendum.
A new video has emerged showing Takfiri ISIL terrorists shooting four Iraqi police officers to death execution-style.
Miles away from the Middle East conflict, British Muslim and Jewish leaders have joined hands to condemn rising Islamophobic and anti-semitic attacks, urging followers to export peace to Middle East.
In Lebanon, clashes continue between army forces and the foreign-backed Takfiri militants who have crossed over into the country from neighboring Syria.
Dutch mosques are going to take to social media in an effort to counter the flood of youths being recruited by terrorist organization ISIL.
The new school year in the Gaza Strip will start on Sept. 14, Gaza's Ministry of Education said Friday.
Israel closed off the area around Quneitra on the occupied Golan Heights on Wednesday after an officer was wounded by stray fire as Syrian rebels seized control of the crossing.
Iraqi military forces have regained the control of a village in Salahuddin Province from Takfiri militants operating in the country, Army officials say.
Palestinian fishermen in Gaza say they are already seeing the benefits of an extended fishing zone, with thousands of kilograms of fresh produce caught only days after Tuesday's ceasefire agreement.
Life in Gaza resumed some semblance of normality Wednesday as a long-term truce took hold following a deal hailed by Israel and Hamas as 'victory' in the 50-day war.
The notorious ISIL terrorists have brutally massacred 250 Syrian troops taken hostage at an airbase in the northern province of Raqqa, reports indicate.
ISIL Takfiri terrorists have summarily executed scores of people near the Iraqi city of Fallujah in the western province of Anbar.
Palestinian resistance group Islamic Jihad says the weapons the resistance fighters are holding are not on the agenda of talks with Israel.
A political commentator says the recent war on Gaza showed that Palestine can throw off the shackles of the Israeli regime through the persistence of its resistance movements.
The United Sates is using the purported beheading of American journalist James Foley to further intervene in Iraq and Syria, a political commentator says.
The UN says the number of Syrian refugees fleeing violence in the country has surpassed three million as the crisis is only getting worse.
A new poll shows that support for Scottish independence is gaining momentum among voters less than three weeks before the September referendum that could lead to Scotland’s breakaway from the United Kingdom.
"She will call me Daddy and Mummy," insisted 11-year-old Amir Hamad, cradling his infant sister in his arms after the Gaza war left him and his four siblings orphans.
A top Libyan official has warned the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) that the North African country could descend into a “full-scale civil war” if militias are not disarmed.
Protesters in the British capital of London have staged a rally outside the American embassy to express solidarity with an African-American teenager who was shot dead by a US police officer in Ferguson.
Takfiri ISIL militants have reportedly threatened to attack Saudi Arabia during Eid-Adha (the Feast of Sacrifice) that marks the culmination of the annual Hajj pilgrimage, a report says.
Head of the Israel Manufacturer’s Association has urged his European counterparts not to boycott Israeli businesses.
Six Palestinians were killed on Tuesday in Israeli airstrikes on Gaza, witnesses said.
President Abbas will hold an emergency meeting in Ramallah Tuesday evening to discuss initiatives to end Israel's war on Gaza, sources said.
Thousands of people have flooded the streets in the Norwegian capital, Oslo, to protest against terror operations by the ISIL Takfiri group in Iraq and Syria.
A car bomb has gone off in a crowded area in Iraq’s capital, Baghdad, killing at least 10 people.
A court in Egypt has decided to postpone the trial of ousted President Mohamed Morsi and a number of top Muslim Brotherhood leaders.
Bahraini regime forces used tear gas and fired bullets to disperse demonstrators in the capital Manama and other different cities and villages in the Persian Gulf state.
The United Nations Human Rights Council says former New York judge Mary McGowan Davis has been appointed to a UN commission investigating Israel’s crimes in its war on the blockaded Gaza Strip.
A third American hostage held by ISIL terrorist group has been identified as a 26-year-old American woman who was kidnapped a year ago while doing humanitarian relief work in Syria.
Palestinian resistance fighters in the besieged Gaza Strip have continued to fire rockets into Israel in retaliation for the relentless Israeli onslaught on the blockaded sliver.
A wave of attacks targeting several Iraqi cities including the capital Baghdad has left a total of 43 people dead.
Dozens of Palestinians demonstrated in Hebron's Old City on Tuesday to protest the closure of a military checkpoint by Israeli forces, witnesses said, after it was burned down by a firebomb.
Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri has urged the international community to rapidly provide military assistance for the country’s army and security forces, underlining the extremist threat faced by Lebanon.
Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem said any airstrikes against terrorists in Syrian territory must be in coordination with the Syrian government, underscoring Syria’s readiness to cooperate with international and regional efforts to fight terror.
Iraqi Kurdish forces backed by Iraqi air power retook three villages from so-called Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) terrorists in northeast of Baghdad on Monday and also held off two assaults elsewhere, officials said.
Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah has threatened to pull out of the UN-supervised auditing process of June's contentious runoff election in a move that further complicates efforts to resolve the dispute.
Hacktivists from the Anonymous group have attacked key Israeli websites in retaliation for Tel Aviv’s current offensive against the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
An experimental hypersonic weapon which could one day be capable of striking any target around the world within an hour has been destroyed seconds after launching from a US military test-bed in Alaska.
A seminar in Tunisia investigated the scientific miracles in the Quran and Sunnah.
Syrian armed forces have conducted new operations against intruding foreign back insurgents across the country inflicting heavy blows on the armed elements and thwarting several of their infiltration attempts into safe areas.
Iraqi government troops have foiled an attempt by the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militants to seize the country's biggest oil refinery, security officials say.