March 2012 Headlines
Organizers had hope a million people would march on Israel's borders. But Israeli security put a check on skirmishes and fears of a public relations problem for Israel.
Israel will use airbases in Azerbaijan, which borders the Persian nation, in order to attack Iran's nuclear facilities, according to an article in Foreign Policy magazine.
Egypt's Islamist-dominated parliament is chipping away at its alliance with the U.S., Israel and other Western nations.
Former Fatah leader Marwan Barghouti called on the Palestinian Authority to sever all ties with Israel and launch a third intifada against the Jewish state.
Attorney Calev Myers delivered a report to the EU detailing the human rights record of the Palestinian Authority and Hamas governments.
Israel announced Monday it has cut ties with the U.N. Commission on Human Rights.
Organizers of the Global March to Jerusalem hope to further their goal of liberating Jerusalem from the "illegal Zionist occupation."
The government's Counterterrorism Bureau issued travel warnings for Israelis planning to go abroad for the Passover holiday.
Israel rejected the U.N. Human Rights Council's announcement Thursday to investigate the impact of Jewish communities on Palestinian human rights.
Israel transferred 450,000 liters of diesel fuel to Gaza Friday via the Kerem Shalom Crossing.
Israel and Germany finalized a deal Wednesday that will add a sixth Dolphin-class submarine to the Israeli Navy's fleet.
The United States and Israel don't agree on the timetable for taking action to stop Iran's nuclear weapons program.
Rep. Michele Bachmann told CBN News Terrorism Analyst Erick Stakelbeck that time is running out to stop Iran's nuclear program.
Thousands of Israelis attended the funerals of Monday's shooting victims at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France.
In the wake of Monday's shootings at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France, Jewish institutions worldwide are increasing security.
Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas threatened to deliver an ultimatum to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu within a few days.
E.U. chief Baroness Catherine Ashton said she "did not draw any parallels whatsoever" between Toulouse murders and children in the Gaza Strip.
A lone gunman opened fire near a Jewish school in Toulouse, France, killing three children and one adult.
Netanyahu told the CUFI crowd the shared biblical values of Jews and Christians set Israel apart from Iran and other nations in the Middle East.
Israeli U.N. Ambassador Ron Proser called on the U.N. to fire Khulood Badawi.
The Hebrew University Jerusalem on Monday launched a new, expanded Albert Einstein Archives website.
From the Iranian nuclear threat to radical Islamic uprisings in surrounding countries, Israel is increasingly isolated as its enemies are growing stronger.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel does not need an okay from the United States to attack Iran's nuclear weapons facilities.
What is it like to run a marathon in one of the world's most ancient cities?
An Arab inflicted multiple stab wounds in the chest and arm of a female soldier traveling on Jerusalem's light rail Thursday and then fled as the train stopped.
Syria's Foreign Ministry issued a statement Tuesday strongly condemning "Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people."
February 2012 was a record-setting month for Israeli tourism, with more than 232,000 visitors, the Tourism Office reported on Monday.
By midday Tuesday, less than 12 hours since the ceasefire went into effect, Palestinians fired three mortars at the Eshkol Regional Council.
The Egyptian parliament voted unanimously Monday to support a document declaring Israel its number one enemy.
Israel has reached a ceasefire with Islamic terror groups in the Gaza Strip, ending four days of fighting and rocket attacks on Israel.
The U.S. government may be in for a diplomatic roller coaster ride with the Islamist-dominated Egyptian parliament.
For the fourth day in a row, rockets from the Gaza Strip pounded southern Israel.
Gaza-based Palestinians barraged southern Israel with rocket fire over the weekend following the targeted assassination of a terrorist leader.
An author who has spent time in Syria says the Syrian dictator has a good chance of remaining in power unless the international mood changes.
Israel has asked the United States for a bomb capable of attacking Iran's underground nuclear sites, an Israeli official told Reuters.
Four years after a Messianic Jewish teenager was critically injured by a bomb hidden in a Purim gift package, an unknown prankster may have played a "joke" on the same family Thursday.
Newly revealed satellite images show Iran may have been testing triggers for nuclear weapons.
Israel hopes a fence along its border with Egypt will prevent terrorists and thousands of illegal immigrants from crossing the desert border.
Hamas official Mahmoud al-Zahar said Hamas would unequivocally retaliate against Israel and "whoever [is] helping them."
Syrian Deputy Oil Minister Abdo Hussameldin defected from the government of President Bashar al-Assad.
Palestinian officials were disappointed with President Obama's "unprecedented support" for Israel at the AIPAC conference earlier this week.
In an interesting turnaround, Hamas says it will not get involved in a war between Israel and Iran.
Israelis are closely following Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's visit to Washington, D.C., this week.
Unidentified assailants blew up Egypt's natural gas pipeline Monday evening for the thirteenth time since the fall of former President Hosni Mubarak.
As CBN News reported earlier, terror attacks against Israelis rose significantly in February.
A major winter storm raised the water level at the Sea of Galilee (the Kinneret) by nearly eight inches.
A major winter storm hit Israel overnight Thursday and for the first time in years brought snow to the city of Jerusalem.
Ahlam Tamimi, 31, says she has no regrets.
With an estimated 200,000 missiles aimed at Israel, the new bomb shelter in Tel Aviv is setting a standard for the rest of the country.
Pre-dawn raids on two PA TV stations, whose broadcasts could interfere with flight communication at Ben Gurion Airport, outraged P.A. officials.