Rabiya Shahade, an Israeli Arab from Nazareth,
is described by those who knew him as a
brilliant student with both Christian, Jewish
friends – now he seems to be fighting with
ISIS, vowing to 'drink blood' in vide
Before leaving for Syria, Rabiya studied mechanical engineering at a local college. Classmate recall feeling he had a lot on his mind.
Computerized model of Israeli satellite Ofek 10 in orbit.
The launch of Israel's Ofek 10 satellit
Arab League chief Nabil Elaraby
US President Barack Obama (Photo: EPA)
Islamic State militants in Raqaa, Syria
Children in Iraqi orphanage holding ISIS flag
Four-Star General: Michael Hayden
45 Fijian forces held hostage for two weeks
Hamas leader Haniyeh amid ruins of his home. Vows never to disarm.
A US marine soldier and an Israeli firefighter at the 9/11 memorial ceremony in Jerusalem
Hollywood support of Israel
continues to grow
Massive show of support for Israel, among
star signatories joining Schwarzenegger
and Stallone, are TV host Bill Maher,
Academy Award nominee Minnie Driver,
as well as major studio execs.
UEA gives 50 mobile homes
Zafer Caglayan (right), a former economy minister indicted for taking bribes, said of Muslim cleric Fethullah Gülen (left): "A Jew or an atheist or a Zoroastrian would do all these things to us. Shame on them if these things are done by those who claim to be Muslim. How can a Muslim do this?"
Gaga in Israel
Fan attempts Gaga selfie
Africa Israel mall in Romania
Though Hamas denies being linked to Islamic fundamentalism when it is speaks to a western audience, it uses different language on its official Twitter account in Arabic. The Twitter account shows how Hamas draws its and ideology from the same sources as ISIS in Iraq and Syria.