August 2011 Headlines
Palestinians hope to obtain the land known as the West Bank. But the area carries a history that started long before the world ever heard of Palestinians.
Israel continually faces a host of public relations battles around the world. But the Jewish state is finding allies in some surprising places.
President Bashar al-Assad has been increasingly subject to international demands to end the deadly crackdown on anti-government protesters.
Following warnings that Palestinian terrorists may be planning another attack on southern Israel, the IDF dispatched two warships to the Red Sea.
Israeli archaeologists confirmed the authenticity of a 2,000-year-old ossuary believed to have belonged to the family of Caiaphas.
IDF Chief of Staff deployed more troops along the border with Egypt and the southern Gaza Strip on Monday.
In a terror rampage early Monday morning, a Palestinian Arab terrorist injured eight Israelis in south Tel Aviv.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says after the formation of a Palestinian state there will be no room for Israel in region.
Nearly 2,000 supporters gathered in the shadow of Jerusalem's Temple Mount to attend Glenn Beck's Restoring Courage rally.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak okayed a major deployment of Egyptian troops, including armored vehicles and helicopters, to the Sinai.
The U.N. could soon vote to recognize a Palestinian state, but a group of United States lawmakers say such a vote would jeopardize assistance to the P.A.
More than 20 rockets and missiles hit southern Israel overnight Wednesday despite the 'ceasefire.'
Growing threats surrounding Israel will intensify if the United Nations moves to recognize a Palestinian state. Will the tiny nation withstand the pressure?
Investigations into the Aug. 18 terror attacks near Israel's border with the Sinai Peninsula are pointing increasingly toward al Qaeda-linked groups.
Israeli archaeologists discovered a sword, oil lamps, pots and coins believed to date to Second Temple times nearly 2,000 years ago.
The resiliency of 21st century Israelis didn't happen overnight.
Thousands gathered Sunday in a display of solidarity with Israel in the ancient ruins of Caesarea. It was the opening of Glenn Beck's Restoring Courage visit to Israel.
Author Joel Rosenberg says today's events in the Middle East may point to the fulfillment of Ezekiel 38 and 39 sooner than most people realize.
Israel is formulating its response to the barrage of rocket attacks that killed one man and injured dozens.
The contrast between Judaism, which celebrates life, and Islam, which celebrates death, is stark.
The assault is the latest development in a series of incidents that began Thursday with the deadliest terrorist attack against Israel in years.
The Palestinian Authority plans to build an Arab neighborhood in the area in front of the Kotel -- the Western Wall.
Renewed Egyptian-mediated negotiations on a prisoner swap for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit reached an impasse again Wednesday.
A multi-pronged terror assault in the south killed seven and injured at least 25 Israelis.
The Special Tribunal on Lebanon indicted four Hezbollah members for the 2005 assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
The U.S. Marines have seen a lot of action across the Middle East. But recently, they had a unique experience in the land of their best ally.
Palestinian officials made it clear they're planning to bypass Israel in their attempt to create an independent state.
Egyptian officials are mediating between Israel and Hamas on a prisoner swap to secure the release of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit.
An Obama administration official said Sunday funding to international aid groups in Gaza would continue.
Palestinians want to make the site of biblical Shechem an archaeological park. The dig will help Palestinians rewrite history.
The P.A.'s continuing arrest record of Hamas members in the West Bank shows they're not interested in a unity government.
P.A. President Mahmoud Abbas told a delegation of U.S. congressmen Thursday he envisions a Palestinian state free of Jewish "settlements."
For years, filmmakers from India have screened movies at the Jerusalem Film Festival, but now they want to take relations to a different level.
ZOA condemned the White House for changing references on its website from "Jerusalem, Israel" to "Jerusalem" only.
Israeli Interior Minister Eli Yishai approved 1,600 new apartments for Ramat Shlomo, a Jewish neighborhood of about 16,000 residents.
July saw the opening of a five-star hotel in the Gaza Strip.
Israeli Strategic Affairs Minister Moshe Ya'alon called Turkey's demand for an official apology "chutzpa."
Yeshua Council head Danny Dayan paid a solidarity visit to Tel Aviv's tent city Tuesday morning.
Israel experienced the largest social protest in its history Saturday night.
The desire to annihilate the Jewish people is one of the main goals of the Hamas organization.
Both Hamas in the Gaza Strip and Hezbollah in Lebanon can target Israeli ports and offshore infrastructure, such as oil rigs.
Netanyahu's position on Israel's borders remains the same, despite some media reports alluding to a change in policy.
Quoting an anonymous Israeli intelligence source, Germany's Spiegel Online said the Mossad was behind the assassination of Darioush Rezaei.
An Israeli official denied reports that Netanyahu is ready to accept the pre-1967 lines as the basis for restarting negotiations with the P.A.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said an IDF patrol on the northern border responded correctly to Lebanese gunfire early Monday.