April 2010 Headlines
One man has not only witnessed the span of Israel's modern history, he has chronicled that history with a camera.
President Obama's attempts to push the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations forward by pressuring Israel made his first year in office a 'lost year.'
Hamas officials blamed Egyptian forces for the deaths of four Gazans working in one of the smuggling tunnels.
The Israeli government has imposed a de facto freeze on new construction in the disputed east section of Jerusalem, city officials announced Monday.
Hamas released a short film on Sunday mocking the father of captured Israeli soldier, Sgt. Gilad Shalit.
U.S. Special Middle East envoy George Mitchell is in Israel pushing for the start of Israeli-Palestinian proximity talks.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has nothing to do with Israel's building in Jerusalem, but rather with basic Palestinian ideology, an Israeli government minister said Thursday.
Terrorists in the Egyptian Sinai fired two Katyusha rockets at Israel's southernmost resort city of Eilat on Thursday.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected Obama administration demands to freeze construction in Jewish neighborhoods in east Jerusalem.
Israel has imposed a two-year ban on fishing in the Sea of Galilee in an effort to preserve the supply of fish, which has dropped dramatically.
Netanyahu reiterated his call for "crippling sanctions" against the Islamic Republic, in part by cutting off refined petroleum exports.
A student from a girl's school near Tel Aviv beat 15 finalists to win the 2010 International Bible contest.
Hamas incinerated nearly two million Tramadol pills and confiscated cigarettes in the Gaza Strip.
At sundown on Monday evening, Israel literally transitioned from mourning its fallen heroes to celebrating its independence.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu posted his Independence Day address on YouTube.
Israeli defense officials believe Syria has given scud missiles to the Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah.
On Sunday, Israel marked its Memorial Day and honored the dead who fell during their wars, but the specter of more war still looms on the horizon.
Data released by the Central Bureau of Statistics on Sunday revealed that 75 percent of Israel's population is Jewish.
American Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel published a passionate full-page ad in the Washington Post, explaining that for Jews the city's importance is in a realm above politics.
The study says anti-Semitic incidents of physical violence more than doubled last year to more than 1,100.
Israel's foremost Holocaust memorial Yad Vashem inaugurated a new program to educate and inspire Christians so the Holocaust will never happen again.
Any peace agreement with Palestinians should not involve the removal of Jewish settlements, Israel’s Strategic Affairs Minister Moshe Ya’alon said Friday.
Israel's President Shimon Peres joined Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe Thursday to dedicate a promenade honoring the first Israeli Prime Minister, David Ben-Gurion.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Olmert has been named as the chief suspect in a real estate scandal some have called the biggest bribery scheme in Israel's history.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak has asked Israel's Supreme Court to delay the destruction of 12 homes, two of which belong to IDF soldiers who died in battle.
Hundreds of vacationing Israelis have heeded an urgent travel advisory and returned home from Egypt's Sinai Peninsula.
An estimated 50,000 babies are aborted each year in Israel. Now, an Israeli pro-life group, has a unique project to help women cope with post-abortion grief.
IDF troops opened fire Tuesday morning on a terror cell attempting to plant explosives near the Kissufim crossing with the Gaza Strip.
A pivotal court case takes place this week in a trial involving the rights of Messianic Jews in Israel.
The annual March of the Living between Auschwitz and Birkenau took place on Monday.
Israel came to a standstill for two minutes on Monday as the nation marked Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu canceled plans to attend the U.S.-sponsored nuclear security summit next week in Washington.
A committee will have a $38 million annual budget to reinforce hospitals, schools and other public buildings in the event of a major earthquake.
The Tel Aviv municipality plans to build a four-story bomb shelter for its residents.
Some are calling the recent dispute between the U.S. and Israel over Israel's building in Jerusalem the worst diplomatic crisis in more than three decades.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will join more than 40 world leaders at the U.S.-sponsored nuclear security summit in Washington.
Israel's Foreign Minister says the Palestinians attempt to declare statehood will prompt action, including annexing parts of the West Bank and annulling past peace agreements.
Jordanian King Abdullah II said Israel's relationship with the Hashemite Kingdom is at an 'all-bottom low.'
Despite the complex challenges facing the Jewish state, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman remains optimistic.
CBN News joined those celebrating the Resurrection of Christ at the Garden Tomb's Easter sunrise service on Sunday, April 4.
It's a holy day worldwide as Christians commemorate Good Friday, the day that Jesus died on the cross.
The leaders' first meeting in six years came a few weeks after Jumblatt publicly apologized for his former remarks about Assad, calling them "improper."