WASHINGTON - President Obama has a sweeping goal for his speech Thursday in Cairo, Egypt: to begin remaking the dynamic between the United States and Muslims abroad.
U.S. President Barack Obama has awoken hope for redress of grievances in the hearts of some of the more than a billion Muslims scattered in diverse communities across the globe.
Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas on Saturday told reporters in Cairo that he is convinced that US President Barack Obama is firmly committed to finally ejecting the Jews from Judea and Samaria.
"The American demand to prevent natural growth is unreasonable, and brings to mind Pharaoh who said: Every son that is born ye shall cast into the river," Science Minister and Habayit Hayehudi head Daniel Herschkowitz said Sunday,
Israel on Sunday kicked off its biggest civil defense drill in its history, training soldiers, emergency crews and civilians for the possibility of a regional war,
Details of a plot to bomb the Israeli embassy in Baku, the capital of the small Muslim country Azerbaijan, almost a year ago, were revealed as two Hizbullah terrorists went on trial for the attempt last week. Local police narrowly averted the potential disaster, according to a report published Saturday in the Los Angeles Times.