July 2011 Headlines
The PA is asking the United Nation's to recognize a Palestinian state. And because of a U.N. resolution, CBN News' Chris Mitchell says it could happen.
At a time when much of the world is turning against Israel, conservative talk show host Glenn Beck is encouraging all faiths to stand with the Jewish nation.
Archaeologists in Israel have uncovered an altar in the ancient city of Gath, home to the Israelites' arch enemy the Philistines.
The Lebanon tribunal released more information Friday on the four Hezbollah members indicted for the assassination of Rafik Hariri.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's demand for an apology from Armenia's president prompted one Israeli official to call him a "bully."
Archaeologists in Jerusalem uncovered a rare gold bell believed to be part of a priestly garment from the time of Jesus.
Israel's U.S. Ambassador Michael Oren visited convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard in prison on Tuesday.
Several recent opinion polls revealed that Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood is far less popular with the people than some sources would indicate.
The idea of a Palestinian state has been put forward as a path to peace in the Mideast. But a new survey finds that most Palestinians don't like the plan.
Israeli U.N. Ambassador Ron Prosor told U.N. Security Council members the P.A.'s unilateral bid for statehood would not bring peace.
P.A. Prime Minister Salam Fayyad asked Arab League members to make good on pledged financial aid.
NBC News correspondent Martin Fletcher wants to reveal a side of Israel most people don't usually see in the media -- 'a very peaceful, wonderful country.'
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu presented his government's plans to address the nation's critical housing shortage.
Palestinian Authority chief negotiator Saeb Erekat slammed a YouTube presentation on the "West Bank."
Israeli security forces arrested two Palestinian Bedouins Monday attempting to smuggle weapons in a motor boat across the Dead Sea.
Israel supporters are sounding the alarm on a controversial law in the Palestinian Authority that forbids Arabs from selling land to Jews.
Israeli FM Avigdor Lieberman said aliyah "is more important than any foreign aid or diplomatic activity."
For years, Israel has been fighting a public relations battle to protect its image in the media.
Israeli Navy personnel boarded the Dignite al-Karame on Tuesday after activists refused to alter course from the Gaza Strip.
Experts say the Islamic terror group Hezbollah is moving its strategic weapons from Syria to Lebanon, a precaution should Syria's president fall from power.
Drought combined with growing demand depleted the Sea of Galilee, Israel's main supply of drinking water. That forced Israel to look for other options.
Israeli jets struck parts of the terror infrastructure in the Gaza Strip overnight Thursday in response to increasing Palestinian rocket fire.
Iranian authorities have begun transferring an estimated 3,000 centrifuges to the Fowdrow facility inside a mountain near Qom.
Syrian Vice President Farouk Shara downplayed U.S. criticism following attacks on the U.S. and French embassies in Damascus.
The conservative commentator told Knesset members Monday that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is nothing more than an attempt to destroy Israel and the West.
Reactions to a controversial "boycott bill" passed by the Knesset late Monday might have been pretty much divided along party lines.
Terrorists blew up a gas pipeline near the Egypt-Israel border early Tuesday, Egyptian security officials reported.
As Egypt prepares for presidential elections this fall, campaign speeches are finding their way to the Internet.
The crime made headlines around the world -- two hikers stabbed by Palestinian terrorists and left for dead.
Thousands upon thousands of meetings over nearly two decades have not resolved the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Israeli archaeologists have discovered artifacts from the ancient Israelites most infamous biblical rivals - the Philistines.
Israeli security forces remained on high alert at the airport Friday in response to the announced pro-Palestinian activists fly-in.
The international community is supporting the Israeli position on the second Gaza-bound flotilla this year.
Pro-Palestinian activists are now planning an aerial descent into Israel this weekend.
Israel's primary enemy is not radical Islam but ignorance, an Israeli government minister said.
Organizers of Freedom Flotilla 2 rejected an offer by the Greek government to transport its cargo of humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip.
For the third time in less than six months, terrorists blew up a pipeline in the Egyptian Sinai early Monday.
The Gospel Trail project starts near Jesus' boyhood home in Nazareth and ends where he centered his ministry by the Sea of Galilee in Capernaum.
The U.N. Special Tribunal on Lebanon indicted four senior Hezbollah members for the 2005 slaying of former PM Rafik Hariri.