October 2015 Headlines

Bible Commandment Marks End of Shemitah

Israelis marked the official end of the seven-year Shemitah cycle on Wednesday by following a unique biblical command.

Abbas' UN Speech on Israel an Empty 'Bombshell'

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas says he's no longer bound by deals made with Israel.

IDF Soldier, Israeli Man Hurt in Separate Attacks

Terror attacks against Israelis continued today in Jerusalem and in other parts of the country.

Sisi's Nonstarter - 'Been There, Done That'

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is a pragmatic man. The former military chief is a natural leader, who comes across as sincere and principled.

Israeli Initiates Major Development for Beersheva

While terror attacks often dominate the headlines, Israel is moving forward with plans to develop the city of Beersheva, affectionately referred to as the country’s “southern capital.”

Israel Doused with First Seasonal Rain

Two days after the fall holiday season ended, Israelis across the country woke up to the first rainy day of the season.

IDF Demolishes Two Terrorists’ Homes, Seals Third

It's no longer business as usual for Israel, at least when it comes to the latest upswing in terror attacks in Jerusalem and elsewhere.

Israel Launches Security Crackdown After Terror Spike

Israel has taken the unprecedented step of preventing Palestinians from entering east Jerusalem's "Old City" where the Al Aqsa Mosque is located, after another deadly terrorist attack this weekend.

Russia's New Alliance: Biblical Prophecy Coming to Life?

For the first time in 2,500 years, Russia, Syria, and Iran appear to be forming an alliance. CBN News spoke by phone with best-selling author Joel Rosenberg about Russia's Middle East move and what it means for Israel.

Sukkot Event a 'Dress Rehearsal' of Zechariah 14

Some 5,000 Christians from more than 80 nations visited Jerusalem to celebrate the biblical Feast of Sukkot. Some say it's like a dress rehearsal of the time the Bible says all nations will come to Jerusalem to worship the King.

ICEJ Hosts 5,000 Christians in Jerusalem

As Israel faces pressure from all sides, support from its friends means more than ever. That support in large part is coming from evangelical Christians around the world.

Sunday: Annual Day of Prayer for Jerusalem

This Sunday Christians around the world will join together for the annual Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem.

Israel Mourns Couple Killed in Drive-by Shooting

All Israel is mourning the death of young parents killed in a drive-by shooting Wednesday evening in Samaria, with their four children in the back seat.