The Palestinian-American activist says she not advocating violent struggle, but telling the truth to "tyrants."
The trip to a desalination plant in Haifa made waves on social media.
The move comes after the revelation that an ISIS-linked attacker who rammed a car into a police van in Paris was a gun-club member.
Gilles de Kerchove says ISIS’s online presence will outlast its self-styled caliphate in Iraq and Syria.
Gunmen attacked a cafe in the country's capital a year ago.
The German military have been ordered to wear plain clothes outside of their barracks.
The jihadi group abducted the Vietnamese sailors last year off the southern Philippine coast.
Iraqi forces are making women remove their headscarves after 38 female suicide bombers struck over the past month.
New report calls for a public inquiry into Riyadh's role in exporting "bigoted Wahhabi ideology."
Palestinian prisoner representative accuses Israel of hypocrisy, says it gives families social care and legal aid.
The messages were printed in a hotel in the Taksim district of Turkey's largest city.
Transportation Minister Ahmet Arslan says new security measures will lead the U.S. to lift the ban.
The jihadi asked a British spy for a nail bomb he wished to use on a packed crowd in London.
The group is about to lose Mosul, most of Raqqa, and has already lost most of its funding.
The group destroyed the mosque earlier this month amidst its final stand for the city.
Life with ISIS "was not what I thought," said one former fighter. Now, he has no future in Europe.
The sniper stopped an ISIS ambush on Iraqi security forces with a shot from over two miles.
Saudi Arabian Airlines decries photograph as pure fabrication after being accused of landing plane in Tel Aviv.
The head of the service says Israel has "unexpected surprises" for those who carry out cyber-attacks.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says the strike in Mayadin, eastern Syria, killed 44.
Kushner and Abbas reportedly had a fractious exchange over the Palestinian refusal to condemn a Jerusalem stabbing.
Seen as the modernizing face of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman was promoted to second-in-line to the throne on Wednesday.
The group has lost a quarter of the eastern Syrian city within weeks.
The group kidnapped the Swedish national from Timbuktu in 2011.
The fast-food company ran a newspaper advertisement after Salman's promotion on Wednesday.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the period between May 23 and June 23 saw 472 civilian deaths.