October 2011 Headlines
Celebration of Sukkot is an ancient biblical commandment that's still being kept today. Some call it a Jewish camping trip with the conveniences of home.
Israel is again facing accusations of trying to sabotage the peace process over plans to build in Jerusalem. But is the criticism due to misinformation?
Hours after UNESCO voted to grant full member status to "Palestine," the U.S. cut millions in funding to the organization.
Israeli archaeologists have announced they unearthed a tiny token of the Christian faith just outside the walls of Jerusalem's Old City.
The Obama administration plans to sell three Super Cobra helicopter gunships to Ankara.
A member of Saudi Arabia's royal family has increased a reward to $1 million for any captured Israeli soldier to be used in exchange for Palestinian prisoners.
Weekend rocket attacks on southern Israel -- which killed one Israeli -- have sparked concerns that Israel could soon slide into a war.
Gaza-based Palestinian Arabs fired more than 30 missiles, rockets and mortar shells at southern Israel over the weekend, killing one man.
One of Israel's main battlefields can be found on American university campuses, often where anti-Israel propaganda is prominent.
Israel and the Palestinian Authority have agreed to present "comprehensive proposals" addressing territory and security within three months.
Israel will free 25 Egyptian prisoners in exchange for Ilan Grapel, who has been imprisoned in Egypt on alleged espionage charges.
The State Department recalled Ambassador Robert Ford from Damascus over concerns for his safety.
More than 200 people are confirmed dead and many more still missing after a powerful earthquake hit eastern Turkey on Sunday.
Hezbollah spiritual leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah warned Friday that Tel Aviv will be the first target in the next war with Israel.
Egyptian border guards arrested an Israeli Arab attempting to smuggle weapons into Egypt on Thursday.
Remarks by Palestinian Arab leadership following Tuesday's prisoner exchange don't bode well for peaceful coexistence with Israel.
This week, we examine the release of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit in exchange for more than 1,000 prisoners; Plus, America and Israel's "brotherhood of destiny."
Thousands celebrated the release of 477 Palestinian prisoners in Israel. Hamas organized the event, which turned into a show of strength for the militant movement.
After more than five years in Hamas captivity, Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit returned home Tuesday.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called the decision on Shalit's release "one of the hardest" he's ever made.
With the lopsided prisoner exchange less than 24 hours away, families of terror victims presented their petitions to the High Court Monday.
It's been a long week for the family of abducted Israeli solider Gilad Shalit.
The long-awaited prisoner swap to secure the release of abducted Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit has elicited strong emotional responses.
There was dancing in the streets of Jerusalem on Tuesday when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced a deal to free Gilad Shalit.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sgt. Gilad Shalit, an Israeli soldier held by the terror group since 2006, could be returning home in 'coming days.'
If the P.A. succeeds in its membership bid in UNESCO, it plans to seek World Heritage status for a number of Christian and Jewish holy sites.
Almost one week after debuting online, the web site featuring the 2,000-year-old Dead Sea Scrolls has already drawn more than a million hits.
As the nation readies itself to observe Yom Kippur, Israeli security and rescue services have been placed on high alert.
Palestinian Authority officials called the $200 million freeze in U.S. aid to the P.A., announced earlier this week, "political blackmail."
Syrian President Bashar Assad says he will shower Tel Aviv with rockets if outside forces launch a military strike against his country.
Israeli Prof. Daniel Shechtman received the 2011 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his 1982 discovery of quasicrystals.
The Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party hopes to win at least 40 percent of the seats when Egypt holds its parliamentary elections.
Israel Police arrested several people Monday morning believed to have taken part in an attack on a mosque in a Bedouin village.
Millions of Christians around the world joined the Global Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem on Sunday.
U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta arrived in Israel Monday for his first visit since replacing outgoing Secretary Robert Gates six months ago.