January 2010 Headlines
One Israeli artist is working to turn years suffering from rockets fired from the Gaza strip into beauty.
For the first time in the history of the Knesset, Palestinian journalists joined their Jewish counterparts to share differing viewpoints.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu, Defense Minister Ehud Barak and IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Gabi Ashkenazi welcomed the Israeli team home from Haiti.
Hamas, the Palestinian faction ruling the Gaza Strip, blamed Israel for the death of Mahmoud Abdel Rauf al-Mabhouh.
This week, Israel displayed the blueprints for Auschwitz, the largest Nazi death camp and a stark reminder of the millions of Jews who died during the Holocaust.
IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Gabi Ashkenazi left Tuesday to attend the NATO Military Chiefs of Defense conference in Brussels.
They'll bring their expertise to the people of Haiti on a life and death mission.
Israel Defense Forces medical and search-and-rescue teams are winding up their work in Haiti.
Israel's Foreign Ministry denied a Belgium minister's request to visit the Gaza Strip.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said 'major settlement blocs' will always be part of the State of Israel.
Haitian President Rene Preval publicly thanked Israel for its timely response to his nation following the massive earthquake on January 12.
HRW's annual report is a rehashing of the usual anti-Israel bashing says NGO Monitor.
The Jerusalem Municipality refuted allegations by BBC's Jane Corbin that home demolitions in east Jerusalem "have been increasing in recent days."
Israel Police will dispatch a delegation of 100 officers to join the international peacekeeping force in Haiti.
A lawsuit filed by four Jordanian attorneys charges two Israeli legislators with threatening Jordan's sovereignty and security.
A second Israeli delegation headed by Maj.-Gen. Yair Golan, OC Home Front Command, left for Haiti Monday night.
Following two days of record rainfall in the south, heavy downpours in the north flooded rail lines, bridges and homes in the north.
For students at the ORT Amit technical high school in the coastal city of Ashkelon, it wasn't long before rockets started again.
Israeli doctors delivered a healthy baby boy in an IDF field hospital in Port-au-Prince on Saturday night.
Operation Blessing has teamed up with Israeli medical staff in Haiti's earthquake-stricken capital.
It's called Unipass - a revolutionary airport security system officials say is the first of its kind in the world.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spoke with cabinet ministers on the medical and search and rescue teams dispatched to Haiti.
A ZAKA International Rescue Unit pulled eight students from a collapsed eight-story Port-au-Prince university building.
Security officials said faulty saved the lives of Israeli passengers in a diplomatic convoy in Jordan.
Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon issued an apology for not having taken a more diplomatic approach with Turkey's ambassador.
Despite its small size, Israel is sending a large contingent of aid workers and help to quake-stricken Haiti.
Israel dispatched the first teams of rescue workers to Haiti on Wednesday morning in the aftermath of Tuesday's earthquake.
Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon summoned the Turkish ambassador on Monday to discuss the latest anti-Israel Turkish propaganda.
Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologists uncovered the remains of an 8,000-year-old building in Tel Aviv.
Representatives of Israeli and Palestinian emergency rescue services addressed journalists at a Mideast Press Club meeting on Sunday.
Ancient Hebrew text has been hailed as the earliest known Hebrew writing, dating to King David's reign in the 10th century B.C.
Israel rejected Mideast envoy George Mitchell's remarks that the U.S. may withhold loan guarantees to Israel.
Israeli jets targeted sites in the Gaza Strip overnight after a day of Palestinian mortar and rocket fire on southern Israel.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak approved amended orders on the government's construction freeze in Judea and Samaria.
Egypt is building an underground wall that could stop weapons smuggling by Hamas from the country.
Israeli officials were pleased with Wednesday's test performance of the Iron Dome Missile Defense System.
A delegation of IDF officers declined an invitation by the British army after the government said they could not guarantee their safety.
The Jordanian government wants Canada to seize the Dead Sea Scroll exhibition, which has been on display in Toronto.
Israel's third desalination plant, built in the northern coastal city of Hadera, is partially operational.
Canadian MP Irwin Cotler launched a global petition in Jerusalem, calling on the international community to act against threats posed by Iran.