A new Supreme Court case could fundamentally change the internet

A dog is walked near the Google offices on July 4, 2022, in New York City. | John Smith/VIEWpress via Getty Images Gonzalez v. Google is a high-stakes case about what we actually see when...

Turkey appoints new ambassador to Israel as ties warm

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey has appointed a new ambassador to Israel, the state-run news agency reported Thursday, in the latest step between the two countries’ efforts toward normalizing...

EU, Israel hold high-level talks for first time in a decade

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union and Israel on Monday held high-level talks for the first time in a decade, with the Europeans keen to press Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid on how to put a...

A look at debates by Wikipedia editors over citing Fox News, deemed a “marginally reliable” source for politics and...

Kevin Li recently faced a daunting task. Wikipedia contributors had just spent nearly two months locked in a heated debate over whether Fox News’ website should be permitted as a reference for the...

Facebook violated rights of Palestinian users, report finds

Actions by Facebook and its parent Meta during last year's Gaza war violated the rights of Palestinian users to freedom of expression, freedom of assembly, political participation and...

Outside audit says Facebook restricted Palestinian posts during Gaza war

An independent audit of Meta’s handling of online content during the two-week war between Israel and the militant Palestinian group Hamas last year found that the social media giant had denied...

Palestinian police clash with gunmen in West Bank, one killed

By Ali Sawafta and Nidal al-Mughrabi NABLUS, West Bank - Palestinian gunmen clashed with Palestinian Authority security forces in the occupied West Bank on Tuesday and one man was killed in the...

Palestinian farmer discovers rare ancient treasure in Gaza

Last spring, a Palestinian farmer was planting a new olive tree when his shovel hit a hard object. The discovery has set off excitement among archaeologists, and the territory's Hamas rulers are...

Palestinians Deserve the Leaders They Have

Palestinians overwhelmingly support Mahmoud Abbas' main rival, the terrorist organization Hamas.

In parts of Mideast, power generators spew toxic fumes 24/7

BEIRUT (AP) — They literally run the country. In parking lots, on flatbed trucks, hospital courtyards and rooftops, private generators are ubiquitous in parts of the Middle East, spewing hazardous...

The Forgetting Of 9/11

The Forgetting Of 9/11 Authored by Alexander Riley via AmericanMind.org, How did this coordinated mass murder become so irrelevant? I have written a lot about the terrorist attacks...

Terror Groups Scoping NFT for Terrorism Financing

An experienced writer and Fintech enthusiast, passionate about helping people take charge of, scale and secure their finances. Has ample experience creating content across a host of niche. When...

Hamas executes five Palestinians, two accused of collaborating with Israel

5 Palestinians executed in Gaza on charges of murder, espionage for Israel

Gaza's Hamas authorities Sunday executed five Palestinian men convicted in separate cases of murder and alleged collaboration with Israel.The Interior Ministry said the executions meant "to...

Hamas authorities execute five Palestinians in Gaza

Gaza's ruling Hamas Islamists executed five Palestinians on Sunday, two of them on charges of espionage for Israel that dated back to 2015 and 2009, the enclave's Hamas-run Interior Ministry said.

Hamas executes five in Gaza, including two accused of spying for Israel

Hamas executed five Palestinians in Gaza, including two on charges of cooperating with Israel, the militant group announced on Sunday -- the first known executions in Gaza in more than five years.

Hamas authorities execute five Palestinians in Gaza

GAZA - Gaza's ruling Hamas Islamists executed five Palestinians on Sunday, two of them on charges of espionage for Israel that dated back to 2015 and 2009, the Interior Ministry said. The dawn...

Cyber insurers are failing to reduce companies' cyber risk exposure and to cover breached firms' costs after...

This summer marks the fifth anniversary of the most expensive cyberattack ever: the NotPetya malware, released by Russia in June 2017, that shut down computer systems at companies and government...

Israel Sentences Aid Worker Convicted of Funding Terrorism

An Israeli court sentenced an employee of the international Christian charity World Vision to 12 years in prison, six years after his detention on charges of siphoning millions of dollars in aid...

Israel sentences convicted Gaza aid worker to six more years in jail

JERUSALEM - An Israeli court on Tuesday sentenced a Palestinian aid worker convicted of funnelling funds to Gaza militant group Hamas to six more years in jail on top of the six years he has...

Solomon Islands to ban navy ships from ports until new process in place

By Kirsty Needham SYDNEY -The Solomon Islands has suspended entry into its waters for foreign navy ships pending adoption of a new process for approval of port visits, the prime minister's office...

Israel's Gaza Strategy Forces Hamas to Weigh the Economic Cost of Lashing Out

Tensions between Israel and Palestinian militants have twice erupted into violence in recent months. Hamas, usually a central player in the long-running conflict, has sat out on both occasions....

A monstrous lie’: Abbas ’50 holocausts’ claim met with outrage in Israel, Germany

Lapid pans PA chief for 'moral disgrace,' says 'history will not forgive him'; Liberman: He's a 'terrorist,' worse than Hamas; German opposition head: Scholz should have booted him

Why Hamas stayed out of the latest Gaza conflict

One of the most important aspects of last weekend's short but violent conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad was what didn't happen: Hamas' involvement.

Israel didn’t agree to free PIJ prisoners, sees chance of wider Gaza deal with Hamas

Officials say Jerusalem didn't accede to prisoner release to end Operation Breaking Dawn, but hint there are signs Hamas ready for progress in talks for deal on Israeli captives

After IDF strike, Hamas defiantly raises flag at post overlooking Gaza border town

Netiv Ha'asara residents ask why observation tower wasn't completely destroyed; terror group members had immediately abandoned lookout after rocket was fired at Ashkelon

Hamas warns it will react to Jerusalem Flag March ‘at the right time’

Police minister says imperative that parade went ahead despite threats from terror groups, in order for Israel to maintain its deterrence; Bennett vows Jerusalem will remain united

Jerusalem Braces for Violence Ahead of Jewish Nationalist March

Israeli Jews waved flags and sang nationalist songs as they walked from the largely Jewish western part of the city to the largely Palestinian eastern part. Last year's march sparked an 11-day war...

Jerusalem on edge before contentious Israeli flag march

The annual procession celebrates Israel's capture of the Old City in the 1967 Middle East war. The march is a blatant provocation and a violation of one of the few places in the city, increasingly...

Gaza terror factions at odds over response to Jerusalem Day march

8 rockets test-fired from Gaza into the sea; Israeli air defenses still bolstered, but IDF officials tell southern community leaders no escalation expected from Hamas-run enclave

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