November 2014 Headlines
In what appears to be efforts to avoid a coalition crisis, a vote on the Jewish home bill, originally slated for Wednesday, has been postponed for a week.
Israel has sent a formal formal protest to the Jordanian Foreign Ministry after Jordan's prime minister sent a letter to relatives of the terrorists who brutally murdered four rabbis and killed a policeman last week.
Israel is one step closer to officially being the nation-state of the Jewish people. On Sunday, Israel's cabinet approved a nationality bill.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry reportedly proposed an extension of the nuclear talks with Iran. The deadline for the talks is midnight Monday, Nov. 24.
Israeli Minister of Intelligence and Strategic Affairs Yuval Steinitz told reporters in Jerusalem Iran is not being flexible in the negotiations.
This week's cold-blooded attack at a Jerusalem synagogue raised the alarm that Israelis are now at risk anywhere in their nation. What should Americans learn from this tragedy?
Israeli police and customs authorities intercepted two shipping containers filled with thousands of knives, Tasers, and other weapons marked as Christmas decorations.
Hamas, the Palestinian faction ruling the Gaza Strip, fired four rockets out to sea in a 24-hour period.
Israeli authorities are taking several tough measures to counter would-be terrorists from carrying out their missions.
Israel is still reeling after two Palestinian terrorists burst into a Jerusalem synagogue and hacked and shot to death four Israelis, including three Americans. Authorities are stepping up security Wednesday.
In the 20-odd years since it's been on the drawing board, the concept of dividing Israel into two states has never really gelled.
As Israelis mourned the latest murders of four rabbis praying in their synagogue and buried the dead, some Palestinians took to the streets to celebrate the killings.
Terror struck Israel's capital again Tuesday when two Palestinian terrorists brutally murdered four people in a Jerusalem synagogue, including three Americans and one Briton.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pushed forward in his campaign against an international agreement with Iran over its nuclear program ahead of the Nov. 24 deadline.
Kerry, Netanyahu and Jordan's King Abdullah met in Amman on Thursday evening in an attempt to quell spiraling violence over the Temple Mount.
Israel's warnings against finalizing a deal on Iran's nuclear program hasn't stopped Russia from signing a contract to build two new nuclear facilities there.
Israelis, both Jews and Christians, are mourning the loss of Pastor Myles Munroe and his wife, killed in a plane crash Sunday evening in the Bahamas.
With conflicting reports over whether world leaders are nearing a deal with Iran, social media became the sparring ground for preventing Iran from becoming a threshold nuclear power.
Israel says the Palestinian Authority is behind a sharp increase in terror attacks. Its leaders are telling people Israel is out to destroy the al-Aksa Mosque.
Should Jews and other non-Muslims be allowed to pray on the Temple Mount? Palestinians, Jordanians and many Muslims say a resounding "No!"
Netanyahu released a statement Monday evening on the pending agreement between Western powers and Iran on its nuclear program.
'Hatikva,' a poem set to an old Romanian folk tune, has echoed in the places where Jews gathered and shared the longing for a return to their covenant land.
The Bible says in Psalm 122:6 to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Now more ministries are being established in Jerusalem itself to do just that.
Egyptian troops are demolishing hundreds of homes, hoping to destroy terror tunnels along Egypt's border with the Gaza Strip.
It seems one no longer needs a bulldozer to kill Israelis. Any old car will do.
Palestinians accuse Israel of endangering the al-Aksa Mosque, but what's really behind their accusations?
U.S.-Israel relations have reached a new low under the Obama administration. Will the GOP Senate takeover strengthen Israel's position, even as terror attacks increase in Jerusalem?
An Arab terrorist driving a commercial van ploughed into a crowd of pedestrians near Jerusalem's Old City, killing one and injuring 14 others, five seriously.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Monday on the legality of listing Israel as the country of birth on U.S. passports of Israeli-born Jews holding dual citizenship.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's weekend appeal for calm on the Temple Mount has some saying he's advocating a long-standing ban on Jewish prayer at the contested site.
Israel closed its border crossings with the Gaza Strip on Sunday following a rocket attack Friday night.