April 2015 Headlines

CBN News Sunday: Remembering the Holocaust, Lessons for Today

Israel marked Holocaust Remembrance Week with ceremonies and special events all week. CBN News brings you amazing survivor stories and important lessons the Jewish people hope the world never forgets.

Evangelical Christian Support for Israel Slipping?

As the world continues to isolate Israel, American evangelicals are strong supporters of the Jewish state. Now, some fear that support could be quietly eroding.

Israelis Press Ahead Despite Challenges

While Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wraps up talks with potential coalition partners, the current government continues to take care of business.

The Life of a Wounded Survivor

This week Israelis mark 70 years since the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp. About 189,000 of those who made it through the Holocaust live in Israel.

Netanyahu on Iran: West Missed Lesson of Holocaust

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued a stark warning in his Holocaust Remembrance Day address Wednesday evening.

Israel Investigating Possible Car Terror Attack

The Shin Bet is questioning an Arab driver who rammed his car into a bus stop in Jerusalem's French Hill neighborhood Wednesday evening, critically injuring two Israelis.

Anti-Semitic Incidents Continue to Climb Worldwide

Anti-Semitism is on the rise around the world.

The 'Troubling' Turn in US, Israel Relations

Israel and the U.S. have enjoyed a very close relationship going back to the creation of the Jewish state. But two U.S. congressmen said they're troubled by the direction the relationship is taking.

Sting Operation Nets 29 Hamas Operatives

Israeli security forces arrested 29 Hamas activists overnight Tuesday in the Palestinian Authority-controlled city of Nablus (biblical Shechem).

Children of the Holocaust: Stars without a Heaven

This is Holocaust Remembrance week, 70 years after the Allies opened the Nazi death camps and found the vortex of 6 million Jewish dead.

Russia Lifts Iran Missile Ban; Critics Say 'Bad Idea'

Both Israel and the United States are concerned about Russia's announcement to sell its S-300 missile defense system to Iran.

Germany Approves Fifth Israeli Submarine

Germany announced the delivery of the fifth of six submarines promised to Israel, the German daily Süddeutsche Zeitung reported over the weekend.

Islamic State Sinai Group Kills 8, Wounds 30

Two terror attacks against Egyptian security forces in the Sinai Sunday killed eight people and wounded 30 others.

Egyptian Host to Israel: 'Put Trust in God and Bomb Iran'

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continued to raise the red flag over the Iranian nuclear deal this weekend, while getting some unexpected support from a neighbor.

Netanyahu: Iran's 'Zero Breakout' Sooner than Later

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Iran's breakout time for nuclear weapons production begins when the framework agreement is finalized.

Hezbollah Chief Praises Iranian Deal

Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, spiritual leader of the Lebanese-based terror group Hezbollah, praised the pending nuclear deal with Iran, saying it will "reinforce the position of its allies."

Arab Terrorist Stabs Two Israeli Soldiers

A Palestinian Arab terrorist stabbed two Israeli soldiers Wednesday morning outside the community of Shilo in Samaria.

Ariel University: A Model of Co-Existence

Ariel University, a leader in cancer research, has modeled co-existence between Israeli Jews and their Arab counterparts. Despite this, the U.S. and European governments have boycotted it.

Obama: 'Recognizing Israel' Too Much to Ask

President Barack Obama rejected Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's suggestion that Iran accept Israel's right to exist as part of the emerging nuclear deal.

'Electronic Holocaust' Threat Falls Short

International hackers, many associated with Islamist groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah, promised to disable Israeli government and military websites, email and bank accounts.

Israel Intercepts Shipment to Gaza Terrorists

Israeli Defense Ministry security forces at the Kerem Shalom Crossing intercepted another attempted shipment meant to bolster the terror infrastructure in the Gaza Strip.

Tens of Thousands Attend Priestly Blessing

Thousands of people filled the Western Wall Plaza Monday for the Priestly Blessing or Birkat Kohanim in Hebrew.

Israeli Rabbi Predicts Blood Moon Judgment

A mystic Israeli rabbi urges Jews to repent and pray as third blood moon appears at Passover; predicted U.S. president to bring bloodshed to Jews.

Netanyahu: Iran Deal Legitimizes 'Illegal Nuclear Program'

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued the following response to the agreement reached with Iran.

Israel to Host 130,000 Holiday Visitors

An estimated 130,000 Jewish and Christian tourists are expected in Israel during the Passover/Easter holidays, Israel's Tourism Ministry reported.

Poll: Plunging US Support for Palestinian State

Support among Americans for a Palestinian state has plunged to a 20-year low.

Herod's Palace: Site of Jesus' Sentencing?

In Jerusalem, more than 2,000 years of history are recorded in Herod's Palace. Now, there's new evidence that it could actually be the place where Pontius Pilate tried Jesus.

Israel's 20th Knesset Sworn In

Members of Israel's 20th Knesset took the oath of office Tuesday.

PLO Joins International Criminal Court

Palestinian Authority officials were granted membership in the International Criminal Court at The Hague Wednesday where they hope to pursue war crimes against Israel.