World Bulletin / News Desk
Israelis gathered Sunday evening in front of Defense Minister Ehud Barak's residence in Tel Aviv, to protest against an Israeli strike in Iran, reported on ynetnews.com
The demonstrators called out: "No to war" and "No to a strike in Iran."
Tsabari, who is among the protest organizers, told the report he was "shocked" after reading all the Friday newspapers.
"What I read was that a decision to go to war has been made against the position of the entire security echelon. We are approaching an abyss. This will be a crazed war. I can't predict the future and I don't know whether (Prime Minister) Netanyahu plans to attack or not, but if he says he is going to war I believe him. That's why I am here, because I'm concerned."
Iran faces the threat over its nuclear programme it maintains peaceful by nuclear-armed Israel in the same region that most experts estimate that it has at least between 100 and 200 nuclear warheads.
Kuwait has detained 26 people who are linked to the attack on a mosque last month
Egypt has drafted an antiterrorism bill that threatens at least two years in prison for those who contradict official figures when reporting on militant attacks.
The Egyptian army has launched operations in Northern Sinai, killing 63 opposition forces.
Saudi-led strikes hit party headquarters of Houthi ally former president Ali Abdullah Saleh
Foreign minister insists recent violence in restive peninsula is 'nothing more than criminal, terrorist acts'
The Lebanese group Hezbollah's television station al Manar said its members and the Syrian army entered Zabadani where oppositions have held it since 2012.
Egyptian dictatorship detains 63 Muslim Brotherhood members. Latest arrests come only days after security forces gun down nine Brotherhood members in West Cairo apartment
Saudi Arabia says it won't rule out building nuclear weapons
Egypt’s president made an unannounced visit to the Sinai Peninsula on Saturday to rally troops following attacks
Attack takes place during Iftar established by Nusra Front
The Syrian army and its allies have launched an attack on the Syrian city of Zabadani, a border city with Lebanon
In 1980s despite knowing about Saddam's plans on building up a chemical weapons arsenal, British government chose not to interfere
ISIL's Egypt affiliate, Sinai Province, claims to launch three Grad rockets toward "occupied Palestine".
13 shells had been launched on Friday by Yemen's Houthis, targeting several areas including Jizan's airport.
Thousands of supporters have filled the streets of various cities in Egypt to protest the anniversary of the overthrow of Mohamed Morsi
An Israeli general has said that Hamas has aided ISIL in Egypt by smuggling wounded through tunnels into Gaza from Sinai