Iran's misguided foreign policy, which effectively abandons Iranians at home for terrorists abroad, has left its own citizens enraged and seeking justice.
Prominent Lebanese singer and composer Samir Sfeir was deported from Saudi Arabia after a 50-day detention.
The Biden administration announced it will resume U.S. funding for the UNRWA—a UN welfare agency ostensibly meant to assist Palestinian refugees that has faced multiple corruption scandals.
The U.S. can further honor the memories of Slim, al-Hashemi, Khashoggi and countless unknown activists by naming their murderers and holding them accountable.
Drones in the hands of terror groups like Hezbollah or Hamas, or other Iranian-backed groups like the Houthis, can spread havoc.
Biden should maintain and strengthen the broad U.S.-Israel diplomatic, military and intelligence relationship.
Justice can't be fully served unless Hezbollah, which masterminded the 2012 bombing that killed six and injured dozens more, is held accountable by Bulgaria, the European Union and the global community.
An Iranian government spokesperson said the deal was made "in favor" of President Donald Trump's reelection.
There is no room to condemn the historic peace agreement between Israel and the UAE.
A financial crisis, coronavirus pandemic, the Beirut explosion and a government collapse has left the powerful Hezbollah group on the defensive amid popular demands for systemic reforms.
"Hang the nooses," angry Lebanese wrote on social media and protest signs.
May something good ultimately emerge from the tragedy in Beirut this week.
French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday urged the Iran-backed group to prioritize the interests of Lebanese people over its foreign backers.
Lebanon is on the verge of total collapse.
Today, terrorist group Hezbollah effectively controls Lebanon.
The terrorist group Hezbollah is currently in effective control of Lebanon.
Argentina still has real work to do to reach out to its Jewish community and right its past wrongs.
Brussels must follow Berlin's lead on Hezbollah.
The Israeli government is poised to annex up to 30 percent of Palestinian West Bank territory as part of President Donald Trump's controversial "peace plan."
The U.S. made aim to replace the regime that is the world's number one state sponsor of global jihad.
A New Jersey man is accused by the FBI as being a scout for Hezbollah, taking pictures of potential targets in New York, Washington, D.C. and Boston.
The threats come as the potential of a direct confrontation between Israel and Iran flares once more over the conflict in Syria.