May 2010 Headlines
More Christians are leaving the Mideast because of violence and other issues. But the most alarming exodus is occurring in the Holy Land.
Christian dentists from around the world are participating in a unique project in Jerusalem to put a smile on the faces of some of the city's neediest children.
Israeli ships contacted flotilla en route to the Gaza Strip early Sunday morning.
Israel's Counter-Terrorism Bureau issued a strongly worded travel advisory warning Israelis not to visit Turkey.
Protesters on board the Gaza flotilla used guns, knives, clubs and metal pipes to attack IDF naval forces who boarded the vessels.
The European flotilla en route to the Gaza Strip will be met by a counter-flotilla that would like to see Gaza set free from Hamas.
Sometime over the weekend, Israeli naval forces expect to spot the nine-vessel flotilla en route to the Gaza Strip.
A Kassam rocket fired by Gaza-based Palestinians landed in the southern industrial area of Ashkelon on Wednesday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet with President Barack Obama next week in Washington.
Israel's Tourism Ministry denied picking up the dinner tab for White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel and his family in Eilat.
Masked Islamic gunmen attacked a children's summer camp in the Gaza Strip, run by UNRWA.
One company believes there is plenty of oil in the Holy Land and they intend to find it.
Israel's fourth nationwide emergency preparedness drill began Sunday, with a simulated full-scale regional war scenario.
Israel's third desalination facility in Hadera is fully up and running.
Moishe Rosen, the "Jews for Jesus" founder and proclaimed "godfather of Jewish evangelism," has died after a long battle with prostate cancer.
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat is dismissing reports of a construction freeze in his city.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak instructed the Navy to prepare to turn a fleet of ships planning to deliver goods to the Gaza Strip.
The Obama administration's plan to shore up 'moderate' Hezbollah elements must be a 'joke.'
From the looming threat of a nuclear Iran to tensions with the Obama administration, Israel is facing difficult times.
Israel transferred more than 14,000 tons of humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip last week.
The Yesha Council wants the Israeli government to step up the pressure on the Palestinian Authority to end its boycott of Israeli goods.
Plans to expand an important hospital in southern Israel have sparked protests over ancient graves unearthed at the construction site.
A group of Christians and Jews gathered in New York City to honor those who have stood with Israel and support the country's right to exist.
The Iron Dome is set to become a key part of Israel's anti-missile system this summer.
Members of rival Palestinian factions, Hamas and Fatah, observed the 'nakba' - the 'catastrophe' of Israel's establishment.
Israelis are preparing for the annual emergency response drill that will take place the last week in May.
Israel's very existence is anchored in the country's national and emotional legacy. Sadly, many Israeli youngsters don't even know their own history.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu turned to the Bible on Wednesday to answer questions over the Jewish state's claim to Jerusalem.
Israel's Immigrant and Absorption Ministry are offering new immigrant status to returning expatriates.
A Gaza resident said Hamas police abused him over allegations that he had sexual relations with women who were not his wife.
President Barack Obama has invited Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri to Washington in May for his first official visit.
Israel's Foreign Ministry slammed Russia's inference that Hamas should participate in Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.
The battle over Jerusalem is for truth and justice, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu said at the beginning of celebrations marking Jerusalem Day.
Israel’s acceptance on Monday to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) was a proud moment for the Jewish state.
Seven years after a Palestinian terrorist killed 17 Israelis in Haifa, some say a new generation is being encouraged to carry outsimilar attacks.
The State Department confirmed that Israel and the Palestinians had officially concluded the first round of mediated shuttle talks.
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat said the municipality 'would continue to promote planning and construction throughout the city for all its residents.'
In response to Palestinian rocket fired on southern Israel Saturday night, the IAF targeted two terrorist sites in southern Gaza.
The Palestinian Authority entered third-party talks with Israel, PA chief negotiator Saeb Erekat announced on Sunday.
Evangelical Christians have been among Israel's greatest supporters and the Jewish State acknowledged that support, Friday, at its embassy in Washington, D.C.
Proximity talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority will begin this week, but Israelis are skeptical anything meaningful will come of them.
The Jerusalem District Court postponed its ruling on whether an Israeli facing multiple terror-related charges is fit to stand trial.
Former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton said President Barack Obama is working against Israel's nuclear deterrent program.
Syria's transfer of long-range missiles to Hezbollah is 'only the tip of the iceberg,' a senior Israeli military source said on Tuesday.
U.S. Middle East George Mitchell arrived on Monday to mediate proximity talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.