May 2013 Headlines
Israeli Prime Minister says Israel will continue to stop arms shipments to Hezbollah despite Syrian threat against Tel Aviv in London newspaper report.
Russia has also provided anti-ship cruise missiles with advanced guidance systems to Syria, the New York Times reported.
CIA Chief John Brennan has made an unannounced visit to Israel.
A new Israeli exhibit highlights an ancient tablet featuring a quote from the archangel Gabriel. It's called the most important find since the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Israelis have been invited to view a spectacular mosaic floor in a Byzantine era settlement uncovered in the agricultural fields of Negev kibbutz.
Fatah, the party of Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas, threatened Arab teenagers for participating in a soccer game with Jewish Israelis.
Israel is vowing to keep up its attacks to prevent advanced weapons reaching Hezbollah via Syria.
Israeli pediatric surgeons corrected congenital heart defects on a four-year-old Syrian girl at Wolfson Medical Center in Holon on Monday.
Tomorrow, the streets of Jerusalem will be nearly empty, but the plaza in front of the Kotel (Western Wall) will be full.
The Church of Scotland removed an online report posted earlier this month claiming Jews have no biblical claim to the land of Israel.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu plans to meet with Russian Premier Vladimir Putin to discuss the delivery of weapons to Syria.
Just days after alleged Israeli airstrikes near Damascus, the head of the Lebanese terrorist group, Hezbollah, says he's ready to receive "game-changing" weapons from Syria.
Secretary of State John Kerry plans to return to Israel in two weeks to keep the momentum up for restarting peace negotiations with the Palestinian Authority.
The Israel Antiquities Authority revealed a 2,000-year-old quarry on Wednesday whose stones were used to build Jerusalem during Jesus' time.
A new Israeli government study revealed that 70 percent of haredi soldiers are finding good jobs after serving in the Israel Defense Forces.
Russia announced plans to sell advanced anti-missile defense systems to the Syrian government, the Wall Street Journal
reported on Thursday.
Syria entered its second day of global Internet disconnect Wednesday, raising speculation that President Bashar al-Assad's regime is behind the blackout.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad called last weekend's alleged Israeli airstrikes on a depot of Iranian long-range missiles as "an act of terrorism aimed at Syria."
Tensions were running high on Monday, but Israelis were calm after Syria threatened Israel with retaliation for airstrikes on advanced weapons.
Homicide, armed robberies and other violent crimes have soared in post-revolutionary Egypt.
Israeli commentators said it was important for Netanyahu to maintain his plans to signal that Israel is continuing its business as usual.
GOP Sen. John McCain said Israel's second airstrike Sunday in Syria could be the incentive President Obama needs to take action in the wartorn country.
The Palestinian Authority praised al-Zaghal as a hero of the "resistance" and Fatah posted accolades on its Facebook page.
The Obama administration is leading the way with efforts to restart the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says.
The trauma from the Boston Marathon bombing will stay with America for a long time. Israelis can identify.
Muslims believe Islam is the only true faith and its teachings should influence not only their personal lives but also the societies in which they live.
The Leviathan natural gas reserve contains at least 11 percent more than originally estimated, the project's controlling partners announced Wednesday.
At a news conference Tuesday, President Obama said he still hasn't determined whether Syria crossed a "red line" with a chemical weapons attack in March.
Fatah, the faction associated with Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas and his government, celebrated yesterday's murder of an Israeli in Samaria.
Some 2,000 IDF reservists joined a full division of active-duty soldiers for a major training exercise in the North.