March 2014 Headlines
Israeli soldiers shot and killed a suspected terrorist in the Jordan Valley, which Palestinians are claiming as part of their future state.
The Arab League said no to a Jewish state and agreed that Lebanon has a right to use any means at its disposal to defend itself against "Israeli aggression."
The situation in the Ukraine pits East versus West, but as often happens in a crisis, Jewish people are caught in the middle.
Israelis enjoyed following their prime minister, first lady and son on the last leg of a five-day visit to the United States, which concluded with a trip to the West Coast.
The government reportedly intends to revoke citizenship of nearly 14,000 Hamas-affiliated Palestinian Arabs, with Egyptian security forces saying many have taken part in terror attacks.
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said there will be no more conciliatory gestures to the Palestinian Authority to extend peace negotiations.
Israeli soldiers on the Golan Heights were put on high alert Wednesday after troops thwarted terrorists attempting to plant bombs near the northern border fence with Syria.
The Israeli navy intercepted an Iranian weapons shipment on its way to Gaza terrorists. Prime Minister Netanyahu said the shipment reveals the true face of Iran.
While the Ukrainian crisis pits the United States, Europe, and the West against Vladimir Putin's Russia, Israel and its neighbors in the Middle East are also watching.
An elite Israeli naval unit intercepted an Iranian weapons shipment making its way to the Gaza Strip Wednesday.
Netanyahu's speech to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee Policy Conference Tuesday "sparked a furious reaction" from the Palestinian Authority.
Sheikh Raed Salah, the leader of the Islamic Movement's northern branch in Israel, will be spending another eight months in jail for incitement to violence.
PM Benjamin Netanyahu said he was drawing a line between "life and death" when he addressed the 14,000 attendees at this year's AIPAC conference.
An Egyptian court has taken an additional step against the Hamas terror group, with a ruling banning its activities in Egypt.
An Israeli firm won the federal government's contract to construct surveillance towers along Arizona's border with Mexico.
The Palestinians must want peace as badly as Israel does to achieve a negotiated settlement, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told President Obama.
The Jewish Agency is helping Ukraine's Jewish Community with emergency aid as the country totters on the brink of war.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel's "stability and security" remain his highest priority.