October 2014 Headlines

Byzantine Find Sheds Light on Ancient Jewish Revolt

Archaeologists in Jerusalem have discovered a rare Latin inscription from the Roman period just 100 years after Jesus.

Ya'alon: Israel Won't Allow Hamas to Rearm

Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said Israel will not allow Hamas to rebuild the terror infrastructure destroyed during the military operation in the Gaza Strip in July.

Netanyahu: Nuclear Iran Bigger Problem than ISIS

A nuclear-armed Iran is a far more dangerous threat to the world than the Islamic State, but to Israel, it's an even a greater threat.

Sec. John Kerry Blames Israel for Rise of ISIS

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's remarks tying ISIS with the lack of progress in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations follows a pattern.

Palestinian Unity Gov't. Still Sputtering

The P.A. unity government has yet to function as a cohesive coalition, as disputes between rival Palestinian factions, Hamas and Fatah, continue.

Poll Shows Israelis Oppose Dividing Jerusalem

An overwhelming majority of Israelis oppose the establishment of a Palestinian state if it would mean re-dividing Jerusalem.

Israel Flourishing Despite Struggles

Conflict is not something new for Israel.

‘Kosher Rachael Ray’ Unveils Super Foods of the Bible

CBN's Scott Ross recently travelled to Jerusalem where Jamie Geller, known as the "Kosher Rachael Ray," taught him about the seven super foods of the Bible.

Christians, Jews Team Up to Fight Islamic Persecution

As stories of new beheadings of Christian children in Iraq come to light, many wonder - who will speak out against it? It appears that Jews and Christians are joining together to answer the call.

UN's Ban Ki-Moon 'Shocked' by Hamas Terror Tunnels

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon gets a firsthand look at a Hamas terror tunnel dug under Israel's border with the Gaza Strip.

Holy Land Prayer Event for Empowering Next Generation

Christians around the world plan to gather in Jerusalem next year at Pentecost to pray for a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit on a new generation.

Israeli Police Foil Palestinian Riot on Temple Mt.

Israeli police have prevented a violent attack by Palestinian rioters at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.

Palestinians to Receive $5.4B for Gaza Rebuilding

Global donors have pledged $5.4 billion to rebuild areas in Gaza damaged by Israeli airstrikes during last summer's military confrontation with Hamas.

Reign of Terror? West Funding PA Torture, Murder

While some see Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas as the best partner for peace, Palestinian insiders say his regime is riddled with corruption paid for by Western tax dollars.

 

Netanyahu Rejects UN Ban's Remarks

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's remarks blaming the "Israeli occupation" for the summer confrontation with Hamas.

Rocks Damage Property, Injure People

Rock throwing incidents by Israeli Arabs are on the increase again in Jerusalem, injuring people, including children, and often inflicting extensive property damage.

P.A. Gaining Int'l Support for Pre-1967 Borders

The Palestinian Authority appears to be gaining international support to force Israel to return to the pre-1967 armistice lines.

Iranian 'Red Lines' Torpedo Nuclear Deal

For more than a decade, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been warning the world of Iran's goal to develop nuclear weapons capabilities.

As Iraq Policy Falters, Kerry Pushes Gaza Solution

While ISIS gains in Iraq and Syria, Secretary of State John Kerry was at a donors conference in Cairo, pledging aid for Gaza.

Israel Police Restore Calm on the Temple Mount

Masked Palestinian Arab protesters injured three Israeli police officers on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City on Wednesday morning.

Explosion at Iran Nuke Facility Leaves Two Dead

A huge explosion rocked a military base believed to be part of Iran's clandestine nuclear weapons program Monday.

Warning: Fighting ISIS Could Strengthen Iran

It seems the military might of the world is focused on ISIS and that is worrying some in the Middle East who believe an even greater danger is lurking in the region.

Letting Iran Go Nuclear Would Mark a 'Pivot in History'

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the Islamic State is not the only imminent threat the world should be watching.

Rally: Is the World Leading Up to Another Holocaust?

Former GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee and conservative group Concerned Women for America joined forces to sponsor a "Stand with Israel" rally on Capitol Hill Sunday.

What Happens in Jerusalem 'Impacts the World'

On Sunday, hundreds gathered in Jerusalem and millions more around the world to pray for the peace of Jerusalem.

Israel Seeks UN Recognition of Yom Kippur

The Jewish state wants the world body to recognize Yom Kippur as an official U.N. holiday.

House Presses Kerry on Iran Nuke Inspections

More than 80 percent of the U.S. House of Representatives signed a letter to Secretary John Kerry raising concern about Iran's refusal to cooperate with nuclear inspectors.

Poll: Israelis Don't Trust Obama Foreign Policy

Nearly three in four Israelis do not trust President Obama to conduct U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East.

Netanyahu: White House Needs to 'Get the Facts Right'

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with President Barack Obama to address areas of tension in the U.S.-Israeli relationship.

Palestinians to UN: Set Israeli Pullout Deadline

P.A. President Mahmoud Abbas wants the U.N. Security Council to set a November 2016 deadline for a complete Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank, including East Jerusalem.