Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Martin Dempsey has described Iran’s military action against the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq as a “positive” development, according to recent comments.
One of Europe’s most prominent Jewish organizations is petitioning the European Union to pass new legislation that would permit Jewish community members to carry guns “for the essential protection of their communities,” according to a letter obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
Iran has begun construction on two new nuclear plants as negotiations with America over its contested program continue in Geneva, according to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
California’s newly declared Democratic Senate candidate Kamala Harris has come under fire from pro-Israel activists for repeatedly refusing to take legal action against a California State University professor accused of using his taxpayer-funded website to promote boycotts of Israel, a move that activists claim violates the law.
Iranian military leaders admitted this week to building and operating missile-manufacturing plants in Syria, where it was also revealed that Tehran is helping to build a secret nuclear facility.
The United States continues to pay more than $300 million annually to the Afghan National Police (ANP), and some of that money is going to officers that do not actually exist, according to government officials who warn that fraud and a lack of oversight are causing U.S. taxpayer dollars to be wasted on the force.
Muslim leaders from across America will gather in Texas this weekend to hold the annual Stand With the Prophet in Honor and Respect conference, a weekend forum that is being billed as a “movement to defend Prophet Muhammad, his person, and his message,” according to event information.
Just hours after the Washington Free Beacon revealed that Brandeis University student journalist Daniel Mael had been slapped with a “no contact order” restricting his movement on campus, university officials lifted the punishment, according to emails obtained by the Free Beacon.
The U.S. military is set to shutter 15 sites across Europe and reduce the number of active personnel stationed in these areas as the result of a wide-ranging restructuring that aims to consolidate some operations on the continent, the Pentagon announced Thursday.