February 2010 Headlines
A section of an ancient city wall has been revealed in archeological excavations in Jerusalem and some say the finds confirm a biblical connection.
Israel is set to become the first country with a nationwide power grid to recharge electric cars.
This year, the festival of Purim begans just as the Sabbath ends, at sunset on Saturday, Feb. 27.
With enemies that want to destroy Israel, Christian denominations have come to Israel to publicly declare their support for the Jewish people.
The EU high court ruled to tax Israeli products manufactured in Judea and Samaria.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said the testimony phase of his trial would exonerate him of any wrongdoing.
Palestinians are in an uproar over the naming of two biblical sites in the West Bank as Jewish heritage sites.
Syrian President Bashar Assad welcomed Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Damascus.
The Obama administration expressed its displeasure with the inclusion of the Cave of the Patriarchs and Rachel's Tomb in Jewish Heritage Sites.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak will meet with senior U.S. government officials during a five-day visit to push for tougher sanctions against Iran.
The Israel Air Force has introduced its newest UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle).
Retired U.S. Army General Jerry Boykin recently addressed officers at the Baad Ehad, the number one training base for Israeli army officers.
PA forces turned over a Kassam rocket discovered in an Arab village somewhere in the West Bank.
Americans ranked Israel fifth among its most favorably viewed nations, according to Gallup poll released on Friday.
According to one British newspaper, Israel informed UK officials of a pending operation in Dubai, including the use of falsified passports.
Dubai's police chief is certain the Mossad is behind the assassination of senior Hamas operative Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in a Dubai hotel on January 20.
Israeli archaeologists uncovered a 1,400-year-old wine press, likely used to export its product to Egypt and Europe.
Police in Dubai called for an international manhunt Tuesday to capture the killers of a Hamas terrorist leader last month.
Not surprisingly, Iran topped the agenda of the recent International Prayer Conference in Jerusalem.
Israeli archaeologists announced they have uncovered one of Jerusalem's ancient streets. The discovery marks the latest revelation of Jerusalem's past.
Britain has delayed amending a law that allows British judges to issue international warrants for individuals suspected of war crimes.
IDF disarmed three Palestinian teenagers at a checkpoint near Nablus (biblical Shechem) on Sunday.
Israel has been at the forefront in the battle against terrorism for years. Now, the company "Terrogence" is working via the Internet to uncover new online threats.
The JCPA presented new information exposing fundamental flaws in the U.N.-sponsored Goldstone Report.
In a joint IDF-Shin Bet operation, Israeli pilots targeted a Palestinian terror cell preparing to carry out an attack near the Karni Crossing.
IDF Sgt. 1st Class Ihab Khatib, 28, died of knife wounds on Wednesday afternoon en route to the hospital.
The Israel Air Force carried out air strikes against targets in the southern Gaza Strip Wednesday morning.
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri said he stands united with the Hezbollah terror organization, which joined his coalition last November.
University students in London and California harassed senior Israeli officials who were invited to speak.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Israelis living abroad should be eligible to vote in national elections.
Deputy FM Danny Ayalon addressed senior diplomats, academia and media at London's International Institute for Strategic Studies on Monday.
Israeli FM Danny Ayalon and Saudi Prince Turki al-Faisal shook hands at the annual Munich Security Conference on Saturday.
Palestinian terrorists detonated a roadside bomb as a Red Cross convoy traveled toward the Erez Crossing in the northern Gaza Strip.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon said he could not tell if Israeli or Palestinian investigations into last year's Gaza war were credible.
Authorities in Israel have discovered a bomb-laden barrel on a beach south of Tel Aviv.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said long-stalled peace talks with the Palestinians may resume soon.
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Syria "crossed a line" by saying Israel is pushing the region toward war.
While safe air travel is essential for the modern world, for Israel it's a national priority.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Ezekiel's vision of the dry bones has been fulfilled.
Israel is vital to America, former Arkansas Governor and GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee said in Jerusalem on Tuesday.
The Jerusalem District Court indicted two Israeli Arabs on Monday for gathering intelligence information for Hamas.
PA President Mahmoud Abbas told Britain's the Guardian that he would consider 'proximity talks' with Israel through U.S. mediators.