August 2010 Headlines
President Obama will host Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and Palestinian President Abbas at the White House Thursday for their first face-to-face talks in 20 months.
Hamas, the Palestinian terrorist group, is claiming responsibility for a shooting Tuesday that left four Israelis dead.
Syria and the Hezbollah Shiite group have signed a defense pact that includes broad-based "field understandings."
Five years years ago, the Israeli government uprooted Jewish construction in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank for the sake of peace.
Results of the latest AWRAD poll showed an overwhelming majority of Palestinians believe Israel will cease to exist.
The last thing Israel needs is a boycott from within, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday.
Egyptian police uncovered several weapons caches in the Sinai Peninsula over the weekend.
Palestinian residents of Kalandiya attacked two Jewish families who entered the town accidentally.
Iran is flexing its military muscle for the second time this week after the regime said it successfully test fired a short-range, guided missile called "The Conqueror."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called for bi-weekly meetings with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.
Turkey appears to have heeded U.S. calls to back off its anti-Israel rhetoric.
Israeli border police were called to the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan to quell a riot that began around 5:00 a.m. Thursday.
Clashes erupted between Shiite and Sunni groups on the streets of Beirut Tuesday, killing at least three people and wounding 10.
A 14-member task force of Israeli policemen leaves for Haiti Saturday evening.
U.N. prosecutor said evidence against Israel in the Hariri assassination is 'incomplete.'
John Hagee Ministries will no longer donate funds to the Israeli student organization Im Tirtzu.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's invitation to Washington reportedly angered PA President Mahmoud Abbas.
Defense Minister Ehud Barak chose OC Southern Command Maj.-Gen. Yoav Galant as the next IDF chief of general staff.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he welcomed the U.S. invitation to start direct talks with the Palestinian Authority.
Holocaust denial is common among Arabs.
Direct peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority will resume next month, marking the first attempt at such negotiations in nearly two years.
While the production of olive oil in the Middle East dates back thousands of years, a first-of-its-kind olive oil competition was held recently in Jerusalem.
Prof. Elon Lindenstrauss became the first Israeli to receive the coveted Fields Medal, awarded once every four years.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon released the Israeli and Palestinian Authority's responses to the Goldstone Report.
An Arab resident of Ramallah was turned over to Israeli officials after briefly holding two hostages inside the Turkish Embassy.
The security barrier that has protected Israeli Jews from Palestinian gunfire is being torn down.
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton says Israel is running out of time to stop an Iranian nuclear power plant.
The Israeli economy grew by 4.5 percent in the second quarter of 2010.
Two IDF soldiers were lightly injured by mortar shells Monday morning.
Senior Hamas official Mahmoud al-Zahar said Sunday that Muslims "have to build" a mosque near ground zero.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has not changed his stance on the PA's list of preconditions for entering into direct talks.
The coin, which dates back nearly 2,200 years, was recently found near the Lebanese border.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wished Muslims around the world an "easy" month of Ramadan, as he continues efforts for peace talks with the Palestinians.
Israeli police deployed around the Temple Mount to help Muslims planning to worship there on the first Friday of Ramadan.
Lebanese PM Sa'ad Hariri called on the UN to conduct a serious investigation into Hezbollah claims that Israel assassinated his father.
Responding to complaints by Israel's Tourism Ministry, the U.S. State Department revised a travel advisory issued five days ago.
Video footage released by Army Radio on Wednesday contradicts statements by Israeli Arab MK Hanin Zoabi.
IDF Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Gabi Ashkenazi testified before the Turkel Commission on Wednesday.
Although it's been relatively quiet near the border between Israel and Lebanon since the end of the Israel-Hezbollah war in 2006, some fear that could change in a hurry.
The U.S. Congress has frozen $100 million in aid to the Lebanese military over concern about its ties to the terrorist group Hezbollah.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak testified before the Turkel Commission on Tuesday.
Obama administration Middle East envoy George Mitchell arrived on Monday evening for a one-day visit to the region.
Hezbollah chief Nasrallah presented "proof" that Israel assassinated Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
Netanyahu testified before the Turkel Commission on Monday about the confrontation aboard the Turkish flagship that tried to break the Gaza blockade.
Libyan authorities released Rafael (Rafram) Hadad, 34, after months of backdoor diplomacy.
Egypt beefed up its security forces along the northern Sinai border on Thursday, declaring the area "under extreme emergency."
Letters by Teheran's envoys suggest major progress is unlikely, with Teheran combative and unlikely to offer any concessions.
Israel released the three Turkish flotilla ships to return to Ankara on Thursday.
Recent reports of life in the Gaza Strip reveal that the coastal enclave is definitely not "under siege."
The Israel-Lebanon border was quiet Wednesday after deadly clashes between the Israeli and Lebanese armies Tuesday.
When the facts emerged from Tuesday's clash on the northern border, the Lebanese Army admitted they opened fire on IDF troops.
President Obama's top counterterrorism advisor created a stir recently when he talked of building up the "more moderate elements" of the terrorist group Hezbollah.
Headlines in Turkey proclaimed that Israel had "waved a white flag" and "folded" to international pressure.
Lt. Col. Dov Harari, 45, was killed in Tuesday's border clashes with the Lebanese army.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday Israel will take part in a U.N.-led investigation into a deadly flotilla raid in May.
Increasing rocket attacks by Hamas terror cells in Gaza may be meant to torpedo direct talks between Israel and the PA.
A museum that houses many ancient objects from biblical times has been re-opened to the public.
Hamas blamed Israel for an explosion in the home of senior commander Ala Adnaf that caused the building to collapse.
The IDF suspects a terror cell in the Egyptian Sinai fired the Katyusha rockets that hit Eilat and Aqaba early Monday morning.