August, 2007

Analysis: Full gas in neutral?

Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas are, to borrow the language of a mechanic, putting the pedal to the… 0

The threat of Muslims to ‘the British way of life’

Western Europe has a Muslim problem, and it is particularly acute in Great Britain, which is more intimately linked to constitutional traditions and… 0

Israeli anger over holy site work

To critics’ eyes the work is a deliberate act of cultural vandalism

Shin Bet: Hamas headquarters in Syria ordered attack in Israel

The military headquarters of Hamas in Damascus has ordered militants in the West Bank to carry out a major attack inside Israel, the… 0

Saudi Government Bans Leading Arab Paper

CAIRO, Egypt — Saudi Arabia has indefinitely banned the distribution of a leading Arab newspaper, days after the paper disclosed that a Saudi… 0

Senator losing support in home state of Idaho

BOISE, Idaho (CNN) — Sen. Larry Craig, who pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct after an incident in an airport restroom, is losing support… 0

Image of Jesus reported on host at chapel

LAREDO — The Rev. Jose Maria Weyne had an unusual question for his congregation to open Wednesday’s morning Mass.

Anglican church remains divided over gay marriage

There is little arguing in Anglican pews locally when it comes to blessing same sex unions.

Barak: Hezbollah rocket arsenal bigger now than before the war

Defense Minister Ehud Barak attending the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee meeting in Jerusalem on Monday. (Tomer Neuberg / Jini)

Israeli Says Hamas Is Training Hundreds Abroad

&JERUSALEM, Aug. 27 — Hamas has sent hundreds of its fighters abroad for military training, most of them to Iran, the Israeli Army’s… 0

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