Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says tourists who will come to visit mosques in Istanbul will visit "Hagia Sophia not as a museum, but as a mosque."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has an election around the corner and will be looking to prove to his opponents that he can 'handle' Hamas and the situation in Gaza.
Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hami Aksoy calls on all countries to comply with the UN resolutions after some leaders' speech in AIPAC meeting about moving their embassies in Israel to Jerusalem.
US President Donald Trump's support of Israel’s claims over disputed Golan Heights comes at a time when Netanyahu’s credibility has taken a massive slide just weeks before elections.
More Democrats seeking the 2020 presidency are pulling out of attending next week’s AIPAC conference - a sign that support for the bipartisan lobbying group could be fading.
Brenton Tarrant's 'manifesto' indicates that the Australian terrorist is ideologically connected with several far-right groups that are not a priority for law enforcement agencies.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is desperately trying to stir up Israeli nationalist sentiment as he finds himself battling re-election, corruption scandals and now a spat with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Turkish President Erdogan calls Israeli PM Netanyahu "a tyrant massacring Palestinian children," following Netanyahu's remarks that Israel was the nation-state of the Jewish people only.
Australian Cardinal George Pell and a former leading Vatican official who last month was convicted of sexually abusing two boys, has been sentenced to six years in prison.
Palestinian officials said Israeli forces stormed the Al Aqsa Mosque complex, where they arrested at least three people. Israelis said they evacuated the compound after a Molotov cocktail damaged a security post.
Mohammad Shtayyeh took the post of prime minister after the former prime minister resigned six weeks ago. The post comes with a tough mandate at a time when Palestinians have been completely sidelined.
Less than one in four Palestinians have the right to vote in Israeli elections, but the election will inevitably affect every single Palestinian.
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