September 2014 Headlines
The world is not a safer place for Israeli families planning to travel abroad during the upcoming fall holidays.
When ISIS leader Abu al-Bagdadi established a new caliphate this summer called the Islamic State, it sent shock waves through the Middle East.
Islamist President Recep Tayyip Erdogan invited seven Muslim Brotherhood leaders ousted from Qatar to come live in Turkey.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel led a rally against anti-Semitism in Berlin on Sunday.
The city of Jerusalem is often called the city of gold. Now a new exhibit shows that gold often played a big part in the city's history.
Netanyahu says tesponsible leadership and accurate defense spending saved the Israeli economy from decline as in other Western nations.
Hezbollah is learning lessons of warfare it will eventually turn against Israel, an Israeli official was quoted in press reports on Monday.
Israel's Health Ministry wants to ban electronic cigarettes from being produced, imported, marketed or advertised here in Israel.
The IDF initiated an investigation of Operation Protective Edge in line with its commitment to uphold the standards of international law for armed conflict.
As the Obama administration gears up to fight ISIS in Iraq and Syria, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued a warning on the anniversary of 9/11: Don't neglect the nuclear threat posed by Iran.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his country fully supports President Barack Obama's call for united action against the self-proclaimed Islamic State, or ISIS.
What are the two prerequisites for Christ's return? Are more Jewish people putting their faith in Christ? Author Asher Intrater talks about what's really happening in the Middle East from a biblical perspective.
Kasim Hafeez, a Pakistani Muslim born, raised, and living in Great Britain, describes his personal journey from being blatantly anti-Semitic to a pro-Israel Zionist.
Israel's tourism industry is scrambling to recover after Palestinian rocket barrages on Israeli cities and towns took a tremendous toll on summer tourism.
SodaStream isn't just the world's leading manufacturer of home beverage carbonation systems. It also has a practical solution for building Israeli-Palestinian Arab relations, turning a prophecy of Isaiah into reality.
Less than a month after a ceasefire with Hamas took effect, Israel faces another threat on its northern border.
Israeli brain surgeons helped a professional violinist return to her first love.
Israeli satellites are providing the U.S. government with real-time imagery on the movement of Islamic State terrorists.
It's not the first time Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon has spoken out about Turkey, but he's now talking about its support of terrorism.
Israel and the United States conducted an intercept test of the Arrow 2 anti-missile defense system on Tuesday.
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat called on security forces to take a strong stance against rioting emanating from predominantly Arab neighborhoods in the city.
Rising anti-Semitism in France is spurring many of the country's Jewish residents to immigrate to Israel.
The U.N. Office of Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs confirmed that Israeli airstrikes targeted the terror infrastructure, with minimal collateral damage.
The Islamic State rolled through major parts of Iraq and occupies land in Syria, but its ambitions spread far beyond the land it now controls.
UN Watch has announced it will file a legal petition calling on the chairman of a U.N. fact-finding commission to step down.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu eulogized Joan Rivers on Thursday evening saying the Jewish state would miss her "deeply."
Israel's military confirmed that it fired a rocket into Syria, Thursday, after a mortar landed in the Israeli-controlled Golan Heights. The mortar fire was a by-product of fighting between the Syrian Army and Islamist rebels.
The Jerusalem District Committee for Planning and Building voted down a pilot project for the shale oil initiative in the Shfela basin.
Israel's announcement to convert close to 1,000 acres in Gush Etzion to state land drew harsh criticism from the United Nations, State Department, Britain and the Palestinian Authority.
More than 2 million Israeli children started back to school Monday, many having spent large chunks of the summer running for shelter from rockets fired from the Gaza Strip.