November 2009 Headlines
Old Testament prophets told of a day when Jews would return to Israel from the four corners of the earth. Some Jews are now returning from China and India.
Ami Ortiz, the Israeli Messanic Jew injured after opening a bomb disguised as a gift, says he forgives the man who tried to kill him.
How does the tiny nation of Israel produce more startup companies than many of the world's most developed nations?
The State Prosecutor's Office announced that Israel will release 980 Palestinian prisoners for kidnapped Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit.
Iran has enlisted more than 100 nations in an effort to ban potential attacks on its nuclear facilities.
The Israel Air Force targeted a rocket-launching cell in the northern Gaza Strip early Friday, killing one terrorist.
Israel granted amnesty to 92 members of the al-Aksa Martyrs' Brigades, the "armed wing" of the president's Fatah party.
Reaction to Netanyahu’s announcement of a 10-month construction freeze in Judea and Samaria ran the gamut from support to rejection.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will announce a 10-month moratorium on construction in Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said his people would not launch a third intifada (armed Palestinian uprising).
PA President Mahmoud Abbas will indefinitely postpone presidential and legislative elections, which had been scheduled for January 24.
Arab media reported progress in negotiations on a prisoner exchange for kidnapped Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit.
Israel has started construction on a new set of housing units in a Jerusalem suburb, and it is causing an uproar from Ramallah to Washington.
Former Fatah leader Marwan Barghouti said Israeli-Palestinian negotiations would never succeed.
Former Israeli ambassadors said media hype played a key role in the hullabaloo over the construction in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Gilo.
The IAF targeted two smuggling tunnels near the Rafah border crossing and a weapons factory in southern Gaza near Khan Younis.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will not limit building in Jerusalem.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is losing political ground to the terrorist group Hamas, and now striking a "no compromise" attitude with Israel.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu postponed the vote on the biometric law, scheduled for Monday.
Chief negotiator Saeb Erekat said the Palestinian Authority will seek U.N. Security Council recognition as a sovereign state.
Israeli Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz expressed cautious optimism when he addressed the Knesset Finance Committee this week.
Yaacov Teitel said in a Jerusalem court, Thursday, that God is proud of his actions.
The Prime Minister's Office has denied a report that Israel is ready to discuss a pullout from the Golan Heights in exchange for peace with Syria.
Hezbollah spiritual leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah accused President Barack Obama of being more pro-Israel than his predecessor.
Palestinian President Abbas threatened to resign last week in the latest in a series of setbacks for Middle East peace going back almost 50 years.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called on President Barack Obama to choose between Israel and Iran.
Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren addressed the General Assembly of the Jewish Federations of North America.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu addressed the Jewish Federations of North America's General Assembly in Washington, DC.
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat's vision of a united Jerusalem was exceptionally well-received by U.S. congressmen in Washington.
Israel rejected Thursday's vote by the United Nations General Assembly adopting the Goldstone Report.
An alleged "Jewish terrorist" has been arrested in connection with several bombings, including one that harmed Messianic believer Ami Ortiz.
The Israeli Navy seized hundreds of tons of weapons believed sent from Iran and bound for the Hezbollah terrorist organization early Wednesday.
Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Moallem said the Iranian ship intercepted by Israel yesterday was transporting goods, not arms.
In a predawn raid, the Israeli Navy seized a large Iranian arms shipment on a cargo ship flying under an Antiguan flag.
Israeli Military Intelligence chief General Amos Yadlin said Hamas missiles can strike Tel Aviv.
In light of Arab criticism, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton backed off praise for Israel, saying that while they were moving in the right direction, their offer "falls far short" of expectations.
Israeli archaeologists uncovered some 350 pieces of marble buried beneath the floor of a room dating to the Crusader period.
One in four Israelis are living below the poverty line, according to a report released on Monday.