Combat battalions, special units, intelligence forces and snipers are sent to the Gaza border, where Palestinians plan a mass protest Monday against the embassy move to Jerusalem.
The opening of the embassy helps harden Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ rejection of Washington as a future mediator in the conflict with Israel.
The death toll includes 19 Iranians, raising fears that the region may be sliding into an unprecedented direct confrontation between two archenemies.
A recent unexpected and informal meeting at a Washington, D.C., restaurant casts light on budding cooperation as the Jewish state and Gulf nations find common cause against Iran.
One protester is killed and 146 are wounded in the seventh weekly action aimed at shaking off a decade-old blockade of the Palestinian territory. More protests are expected.
If what the U.S. government and media are saying about Iran seems vaguely familiar, it's because we've heard it all before.
The attack, said to be a response to an Iranian rocket barrage on Israeli positions in the Golan Heights, is the most serious military confrontation between the two bitter enemies to date.
The Israeli military said its Iron Dome rocket defense system intercepted some of the incoming projectiles, while others caused only minimal damage.
When will Washington stop dividing the world into "good" and "bad" states and consider America's image and actual vital interests?
The Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity urged the president to stay in the Iran nuclear deal and not base his decision on fabricated evidence.