Two Catholic and three Christian schools in Gaza could face closure if Hamas really cracks down on an order that bans male-female co-educational program, the head of Latin Patriarchate Schools said.
Iran has cut up to $23 million a month in funding for Hamas as punishment for the movement's support of Syrian rebels, Hamas leaders have admitted.
Recently in Washington, the Newseum was saved from what could have been a very embarrassing event. Or maybe the people who run the Newseum would not have been embarrassed, but the institution was saved anyway.
A Hamas spokesman said abducting Israeli soldiers and using them to barter for the release of militant fighters is the heart and soul of the group's operations, and they would not stop, no matter the political pressure.
President Obama's policy of "change" for America was never defined, but it was implemented in a very sophisticated manner.
A $55 million cigarette-smuggling ring that cheated several East Coast states out of sales tax dollars could be tied to terrorist groups, authorities said.
Three of al Qaeda's major websites for recruiting terrorists and communicating propaganda were shut down recently in an apparent case of counterterrorism hacking or possibly as a result of internal disputes among terrorists.
A museum located in Washington D.C. that chronicles the media plans to add two dead terrorists to its "Journalists Memorial."
Tom Howell Jr.'s article, "Israeli airstrikes on Syria put Obama at the crossroads" (Web, May 5), quotes an Obama official as saying: "If he [Assad] drops sarin on his own people, what's that got to do with us?" I was shocked by this remark.