Avigdor Lieberman appeared to suggest that Israel was behind two Syria strikes this week.
The Lebanese group now stands to indirectly benefit from the results of the U.S. election.
The new administration will be anti-Muslim, anti-civil rights and anti-immigrant.
The path forward for Lebanon's new president points not in the direction of moderation, but to Tehran.
New leader promised to defend country from effects of Syrian Civil War.
Five reasons Iran will keep up its anti-US aggression in the Middle East.
Iran is the godfather of modern terrorism that until 9/11 had helped kill more Americans than the Saudis would ever care to.
The surrender of the thousands inside the city marks a major loss for the Syrian opposition.
Only when attackers begin to lose will the "lone wolves" begin to think better of their choices. "Join the losers" has never been a clarion call to fight.
It is necessary to paralyze Hezbollah and Iran now to prevent devastation later, writes Israeli Intelligence Minister Israel Katz.
Five RAND Corporation experts respond to a series of critical questions about the deal, its implementation and potential challenges ahead.
Hardline Sunni militants Islamic State continues sectarian attacks while under assault in Syria, Iraq.
Moscow and Tehran have supported Syria's government with ground troops and airstrikes.
Even with the Iran deal, the Israelis have never been in a better strategic position—at least in the short term.
The Iranian-backed Shi'ite organization first blamed Israel, now fingers Sunnis for military chief's death, but observers are skeptical.
Badreddine oversaw the Lebanese military group's operations in support of the Syrian regime.
The Israeli PM told Putin the issue was a "red line" for his country.
Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein says "deliberate starvation" is being used as a weapon of war.
Dr. Khaled Mohammed details the continuing desperation of the town's population despite aid deliveries.
A new report shows that 11.5 percent of Syrians have been physically affected by the war.