Britons in aid convoy kidnapped and sexually assaulted in Libya
Three women who were part of an aid convoy passing through Libya on the way to Gaza have been sexually assaulted in Benghazi, after a group of five British nationals were briefly kidnapped.Hamas and human organ trafficking?
The three women, two of whom are sisters, were part of a large aid convoy travelling to the Gaza Strip. It is thought that they were part of a group of five people who were briefly kidnapped near Benghazi in the early hours of Tuesday and they were released some hours later. The group is currently safe in the Turkish consul in Benghazi and is expected to return to the UK.
Sudanese and East African flesh peddlers aligned with Hamas terrorists are ransoming captives and engaging in the trade of human organs to buy weapons for jihad. This information does not come from right-wing Cassandras, but from CNN’s own correspondent in Berlin, Frederik Pleitgen.The final days of the UN’s Golan peacekeepers?
As the war in Syria intensifies, the international peacekeepers’ mission and the reality on the ground have grown increasingly incompatibleIDF video shows terrorists caught in the act
Peacekeepers, the blue-helmeted warriors of the United Nations, know what to do when two attacking armies begin to advance toward one another. They leave. Quickly.
Two Tanzim members try to shoot at cars near Beit Fajjar but are spotted by a military observation team
After the soldiers report that the men are attempting to carry out a shooting attack, an IDF patrol arrives, and the men try to flee. Moments later, they can be seen returning in surrender, their hands over their heads.Palestinian journalist jailed for ‘reviling’ Abbas on Facebook
A West Bank appeals court on Thursday upheld a one-year prison term for a Palestinian journalist who had a photo on his Facebook page that authorities claimed portrayed President Mahmoud Abbas as a traitor, rights activists said.PA: We don't want Turkish PM to visit Gaza By Khaled Abu Toameh
It was the second such case in two months, and Abbas’ Palestinian Authority is facing mounting criticism for stifling dissent. In particular, Abbas’ security forces have targeted supporters of the Islamic militant Hamas, which seized the Gaza Strip from him in 2007.
The defendant in Thursday’s case was Mamdouh Hamamreh, a reporter for the Hamas-linked Al-Quds TV.
Senior official in the Palestinian Authority: Gaza is not an independent Palestinian state, Hamas is not the legitimate representative of the Palestinians.US to Erdogan: ‘Opposed to Engaging Hamas’
White House politely warned Turkey’s Prime Minister Erdogan this week against visiting Gaza and "engaging with Hamas."Internet cable-cutters caught by Egypt signal new terror threat
Two bids within days to sabotage a major cable off the coast of Alexandria raise the specter of a new kind of ‘hacking,’ says Israeli expertEgyptian forces foil 10 attacks in Sinai, official says
Another report claims 230 smuggling tunnels between the peninsula and Gaza have been destroyed in recent monthsCyprus gives Hezbollah terrorist 4 years in prison
Hossam Taleb Yaacoub, who holds Lebanese and Swedish passports, acknowledged membership in Hezbollah and admitted to having staked out areas frequented by Israeli tourists, but claimed he did not know his work was part of a plot to kill Israelis.France ready to add Hezbollah to terror list, says report
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius reportedly informed US Secretary of State John Kerry of Paris’s decision at their meeting on Wednesday, a French official told al-Hayat.