September 2009 Headlines
Jews worldwide will observe Yom Kippur Saturday, the holiest day of the Jewish year, with fasting -- and a special prayer.
Israel agreed to free 20 female Palestinian prisoners in exchange for "tangible proof" that kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit is alive.
Israel Air Force jets targeted Hamas smuggling tunnels along the border with Egypt on Tuesday night.
A U.K. court deferred a petition by a pro-Palestinian group to arrest Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak in London this week.
Israel may be one of the world's smallest countries, but it is a global leader in technology. A ground breaking new book points out the implications for the United States.
Israel was keeping a low profile on Tuesday over the Iranian test firing earlier this week of missiles that could be equipped with nuclear warheads.
Spanish officials disqualified a team of Israeli students from Ariel University in Samaria from a solar power design competition.
Egyptian archaeologists found a cache of coins from the time of the Pharaohs.
Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert arrived at the Jerusalem District Court Friday morning.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says his government and people will make peace with the Palestinians if they truly want it.
Palestinian Authority officials were not happy with Tuesday's three-way "summit" in New York on Tuesday.
A technical malfunction spared vacationing Israelis from a terror attack.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad addressed a half-empty chamber at the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday.
August statistics from the Israel Employment Service showed the lowest rate of unemployment in more than a year.
Israeli archaeologists uncovered a 2,000-year-old ritual bath in the ongoing excavation of the Western Wall tunnels.
IDF troops at the Beitar checkpoint near Bethlehem shot and killed an Israeli Arab who tried to run over them.
Heavy rains didn’t dampen anyone’s spirits on Saturday, the first day of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year.
IDF soldiers thwarted an attempted terror attack at the border with the Gaza Strip on Sunday.
Israel Police arrested four Arabs suspected of setting a fire that destroyed one caravan home and seriously damaged a second in Havat Gilad.
CBN President Michael Little recently spoke with Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat about his plans for his city.
Western nations are not taking seriously enough Iran's development of a missile system that could deliver nuclear weapons.
Israel's Foreign Ministry wasn't surprised by the British labor federation's boycott of Israeli products from Judea and Samaria.
Israel rejected allegations of "crimes against humanity" in the U.N. "Gaza Fact-Finding Mission Report," released on Thursday.
The IDF is removing 100 roadblocks in Judea and Samaria this week to ease access for the Palestinians to main roads.
Ten former IDF soldiers rescued an American woman and her child who had been held captive in a PA-controlled area for three years.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu met with U.S. envoy George Mitchell on Tuesday morning.
In a audio speech posted on an Islamic Web site, al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden advised the U.S. to break its ties with Israel.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak told Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu that "settlement" construction is stalemating the peace process.
Israeli archaeologists excavating path used by Second Temple Pilgrims to ascend to the Temple Mount.
Iran and Turkey are seeking closer ties, according to FARS, Iran's state news agency.
The Palestinian Hamas faction is continuing to impose Sharia (Islamic) law in the Gaza Strip.
Damascus-based Hamas chief Khaled Mashaal said Hamas is accruing the weapons it needs in the Gaza Strip.
Senior Palestinian Authority negotiator Saeb Erekat said there would be no Palestinian state without the Gaza Strip.
Netanyahu: 'We have proven that we desire peace and we are willing to compromise, but we will not be taken for fools.'
Lebanese Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri resigned on Thursday, after failing to form a coalition.
A recent poll showed that Tzipi Livni's Kadima party would lose four mandates if elections were held today.
Strategic Affairs Minister Moshe Ya'alon said withdrawing from Jewish communities has "only whetted our neighbors' appetite."
Rival Palestinian factions - Hamas and Fatah - appear closer than ever to an elusive reconciliation.
Hezbollah rejected an offer by Lebanese Prime Minister-designate Hariri for 10 of the 30 Cabinet posts in the new government.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanayahu will meet with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak next Sunday in Cairo.
PA Economic Minister Bassem Khoury said he will not be meeting with representatives of the Jewish state for the foreseeable future.
An emergency drill in Jerusalem's Mahane Yehuda open air market on Sunday brought back memories of past terror attacks.
Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu will approve plans for hundreds of new housing units in Judea and Samaria in addition to the 2,500 already under construction.
The IAF targeted a smuggling tunnel Thursday night in response to a seven mortar shell barrage launched into Israel from the Gaza Strip.
Soldiers in Israel are making waves - radio air waves - that have captured the imagination of Israel's public.
In just five months, Israel's government under Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has seen its share of challenges.
Russia plans to provide Syria with MiG fighter jets, according to the Russian newspaper Kommersant.
An art exhibit in Tel Aviv features paintings of Palestinian suicide bombers depicted as Mary with the baby Jesus.
Hezbollah has added chemical weapons to its arms cache, according to a report in the Kuwaiti newspaper al-Siyasa.
Minister-without-portfolio Yossi Peled said Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has not made a deal with President Barack Obama to freeze construction in Judea and Samaria.
For the first time since the Netanyahu government was installed last March, Israeli and Palestinian ministers met in Jerusalem on Wednesday.
If you mailed a letter to God, where would you send it?
Some 1.5 million Israeli children started the new school year Tuesday morning.