December 2011 Headlines
Old meets new once again in Israel as workers discovered an ancient bathhouse while laying pipes for a new water system.
Archaeologists digging near the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City unearthed a rare find used in the daily work of the ancient Jewish Temple.
Lawmakers in Washington have unfrozen $40 million in aid to the Palestinian Authority.
Hamas chief Khaled Meshaal blamed Israel Monday for trying to torpedo reconciliation efforts with the Palestinian Authority's Fatah faction.
Pro-Israel Hispanics are set to become a valuable friend to the Jewish state at a crucial time in its history.
Tourists are expected to return to Bethlehem by the masses for Christmas, but many Christians living in the town of Jesus' birth want to leave.
Israel and Jews around the world began celebrating the eight-day holiday of Hanukkah on Tuesday evening.
Israeli authorities are bringing Christmas cheer to the Holy Land.
The U.S. and Israel said condemning Israel for building in Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria would not help re-start the peace process.
Violent clashes between Egyptian forces and anti-government protesters continued Tuesday in Cairo's Tahrir Square.
Israel's prime minister declined to write an op-ed piece for the New York Times recently, citing the paper's anti-Israel bias.
Bethlehem faces serious hardship during the Christmas season. CBN decided to share the love of God with them in a practical way: We threw them a banquet.
Three Israeli Supreme Court judges have refused to block the release of 550 Palestinian prisoners, part of a prisoner-swap agreement with the terrorist group Hamas.
Anti-Semitism is increasing around the world. Now Israel's parliament is trying a new way to fight the disturbing trend.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wished Christians around the world a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year in a video clip posted on YouTube.
An arson attack against a mosque in Samaria is a declaration of war, Palestinian Authority spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeineh said.
Palestinians and just about everyone else blasted Newt Gingrich for saying the Palestinians are an "invented people." But Israelis say he's right.
Record numbers of tourists flock to Bethlehem to see the birthplace of Jesus during this Christmas season. Ironically, the Christian population is dwindling there.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu plans to revive the tradition of hosting a regular Bible study.
Israel might decide to classify Israeli extremists who rioted on an army base earlier this week as "Jewish terrorists."
The leader of Israel Defense Forces Central Command said he is stunned by the level of hatred directed at the military by Jewish youths who rioted in Samaria, Tuesday.
Israeli officials have closed the Mugrabi Gate, which is the only non-Muslim entrance to Jerusalem's Temple Mount, over safety concerns.
An Israeli court decided Jack Teitel would stand trial for the murder of two Palestinians in separate incidents and for bombing the home Messianic believers.
America's top diplomat in Israel said cooperation between Israel and the U.S. on Iran is 'extraordinarily close.'
The Israel Air Force targeted terrorists in the Gaza Strip on Thursday.
From suicide bombers to the threat of a nuclear Iran, Israel is surrounded by enemies. Those prospects keep Israel alert to whatever may come her way, including biological terrorism.
Tensions continued to mount in the Middle East this weekend as Iran, Syria and Israel all seemed to be delivering messages to the world.
A new archaeological discovery in Jerusalem indicates an ancient king known as "The Builder" did not build the Western Wall of the Temple Mount.
This week on Jerusalem Dateline, CBN News takes a look at the unrest that continues in Egypt, as early election results are revealed.
Iran is ramping up its rhetoric against the United States and Israel after the IAEA released its report on the Islamic Republic's nuclear program.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak warned that the Jewish state will keep its options open, including a military strike against the Islamic regime.