April 2011 Headlines
Both senior Republicans and Democrats said U.S. taxpayer funds should not be used to support a Palestinian unity government that includes the Hamas.
Nearly five years after Israeli warplanes bombed a site in the Syrian desert, the IAEA confirmed that the destroyed facility was a covertly built Syrian nuclear reactor.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said Wednesday that a United Nations declaration of a Palestinian State would do "more harm than good."
Israeli officials are calling the bourgeoning agreement between the Palestinian Authority and the terrorist group Hamas to form a unity government a "fatal mistake."
Organizers of a multi-vessel flotilla planning to set sail on the anniversary of last year's confrontation off the Israeli coast have postponed the event to mid-June.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asked the Palestinian Authority to take appropriate action with the policeman who killed a Jewish worshipper.
Egyptian authorities shut down the main source of natural gas to the pipeline supplying Israel, Jordan and Syria on Wednesday.
Each year, worshippers gather at the holy site for Easter sunrise service to remember Christ's sacrifice.
There are signs that longtime foes Egypt and Iran are drawing closer together, a development that would bode ill for both Israel and the West.
Results of a Pew Research Center poll released Monday showed that 54 percent of Egyptians favor annulling the 1979 peace treaty with Israel.
Hamas said it's "planning more kidnappings in the future," al-Risalah, the terror group's weekend newspaper reported on Sunday.
A P.A. policeman opened fire on Orthodox Jews who had prayed at Joseph's Tomb early Sunday, killing one and injuring four others.
Anti-government protesters promised the biggest nationwide demonstrations to date in Syria following Muslim prayers on Friday.
Christians worldwide are commemorating Good Friday, the day Jesus died on the cross.
U.S. State Department spokesman said the Palestinian National Authority's plan to seek U.N. approval for statehood is not "a good idea."
A Saudi national holding Australian and Jordanian passports has been indicted for spying for Hamas.
Monday night marks the beginning of the Passover, which to the Jewish people commemorates the biblical story of the Hebrews' exodus from Egypt after hundreds of years of slavery.
Two Palestinian teenagers confessed to brutally murdering five members of the Fogel family, in a March 11 terror attack.
Palestinians plan to ask the U.N. for statehood recognition on all the territory Israel occupied in 1967. If successful, Israel predicts a "diplomatic tsunami."
Ten days after being critically wounded by an anti-tank missile that hit his school bus, 16-year-old Daniel Viflic died of his injuries.
Turkey rebuffed Israel's request to help stop another provocative flotilla planning to breach the naval blockade of the Gaza Strip.
An inter-Palestinian dispute between the Iranian-backed Hamas and an al-Qaeda-linked group ended in the murder of an Italian peace activist.
Wednesday's announcement of the impending indictment of Israeli FM Avigdor Lieberman had many questioning its potential to bring down the Netanyahu government.
The U.N. report states it will be hard Palestinians to make progress toward a state because of Israeli occupation in the area.
Daniel Viflic, 16, injured by an anti-tank missile fired at his school bus, is listed as "extremely critical/life threatening."
The latest poll by the Washington-based Israel Project showed most Americans support the Jewish state.
In March, the IDF oversaw 3,656 tractor trailer truckloads of food and medical supplies into Gaza via the Kerem Shalom crossing.
Israel and Hamas agreed to a tentative ceasefire on Monday morning, following the IDF's response to more than 120 rocket attacks over the weekend.
Israel struck back at Hamas Friday for a rocket attack launched the day before targeting an Israeli school bus.
President Mahmoud Abbas is trying to form a government with the terror group Hamas, which is a big problem for Israel.
Thursday afternoon about the time Israeli kids were riding home from school, Hamas fired an anti-tank missile at a school bus.
Southern Israeli communities came under a rocket and mortar shell barrage on Thursday afternoon, critically injuring a 16-year-old boy and wounding others.
The Shin Bet's monthly summary revealed a significant increase in Palestinian terror attacks in March.
Egypt's new Foreign Minister Nabil al-Arabi said Monday Cairo is ready to "open a new page with Iran" after more than 30 years without diplomatic ties.
CBN founder Dr. Pat Robertson called on President Barack Obama to commute the life sentence of convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard.
Former South African judge Richard Goldstone denied reports he would seek to nullify the Goldstone Commission's report accusing Israel of war crimes.
President Barack Obama met privately Tuesday at the White House with Israeli President Shimon Peres, hoping to find ways to boost Middle East peace efforts.
Four days after the deadly bus bombing in Israel, friends and family arrived in the Judean hills just outside of Jerusalem to remember Mary Gardner's life and legacy.
Travelujah aims to become a "one-stop shop" for Christians planning a trip to Israel by providing some unique services for its clientele.
Eighteen months after a U.N.-backed commission accused Israel of war crimes against humanity, the report's author admitted his accusations were wrong.