A Labour minister says his party has been infiltrated by a fundamentalist Muslim group that wants to create an â€œIslamic social and political orderâ€ in Britain.
Month: February 2010
A Hamas leader who was killed in his Dubai hotel room, allegedly by Mossad agents, was drugged and then suffocated to death, police said on Sunday.
Amid growing tensions, Home Front Command begins pilot program in Or Yehuda.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is reportedly angling to start another war between Israel and the lebanese Hizbullah terrorist group in order to deflect attention away from his own lack of popularity at home.
The riots that began in Hevron last week reached the Temple Mount in Jerusalem on the morning of the Purim holiday (Sunday). Four police officers were lightly hurt, as were at least 15 Arab rioters.
Islamist militants have attacked a village in the southern Philippines, killing at least 11 people, military officials have said.
Iran's opposition leader says a dictatorial cult is ruling Iran in the name of Islam.
An Egyptian court overturned on Saturday a ruling banning gas sales to Israel, the official news agency MENA reported.
A Fatah conference held this week in Ramallah included a speech in praise of terrorists. A member of Fatah's central committee,
The European Union High Court ruled Thursday that Judea and Samaria are not a part of Israel, and Israeli goods made there are therefore subject to EU import duties.