Abdul Mahdi, who visited Saudi Arabia last week, also told Al Jazeera he believed the kingdom was looking for peace, in reference to heightened friction between Riyadh and Tehran following an attack on Saudi oil facilities

Iraqi PM: Israel responsible for attacks of Iraqi militias


Faction calls on Mandelblit to investigate circumstances surrounding hospitalization of Samer Arbid, alleged ringleader of cell that killed 17-year-old Israeli in August bombing

Joint List urges AG to open probe after suspected terrorist injured in custody


American brought to Israel by Shalom Hanoch was a prolific musician, and a veteran on the blues circuit

Ronnie Peterson, Israel’s ‘king of blues,’ dies at 62


Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) commander on Monday said that wiping Israel off the map is now an “achievable goal” thanks to the country’s technological advances

Iran’s top general says wiping Israel off map is an ‘achievable goal’


Police should treat us as equal citizens, not enemies, political leader says, as demonstrators call on security forces to seize illegal weapons

Anti-violence protest in Arab Israeli city brings thousands to the streets


Global office sharing company withdraws immediate plans to go public amid shakeup that saw controversial Israeli CEO step aside from troubled startup

WeWork postpones stock market IPO filing amid mounting scrutiny


Omar Abu Laila, a Europe-based Syrian activist from the eastern province of Deir el-Zour that borders Iraq, told the Associated Press that the opening of the crossing would chiefly benefit Iran and the militias allied with it

Iraq-Syria border crossing opened easing Iranian militias route to Lebanon and Israeli borders


Nature reserves from north to south fill up with hikers; Sea of Galilee beaches packed as Israelis enjoy the fine weather

Tens of thousands flock to Israel’s national parks, beaches on Rosh Hashanah