April 2012 Headlines
While Saudi Arabia is one of the worst persecutors of Christians in the Middle East, it is a problem that's getting worse throughout the region.
The Palestinian Authority sentenced a former intelligence official to death for selling property to Jews, a capital offense under P.A. law.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's father, Prof. Ben-Zion Netanyahu, passed away in his Jerusalem residence early Monday morning at the age of 102.
As his strongest coalition partner threatens to bring down the government, Netanyahu says no cave-in to "extortion."
Dozens of Jewish teenagers from Israel, the U.S. and around the world came to Jerusalem to compete in the International Bible Quiz this year.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said the world must prepare to "swiftly and firmly" stop Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.
Nakba demonstrations have always received a good bit of media coverage, but few reports put the historical facts in context.
An Israeli Arab is forming a new political party that will be pro-Israel, reports say.
At sundown Wednesday evening, Israel marks 64 years since its rebirth on May 14, 1948.
At 8:00 p.m. Tuesday evening, a siren will sound across the country ushering in Memorial Day.
Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company officials said Monday the company is terminating its contract with Israel.
Israel seems set to go ahead with a gala Independence Day program despite a tragedy that took place during rehearsals in which a soldier died.
This year's Holocaust Remembrance Day carries a unique sadness and even fear over the current growth of anti-Semitism in Europe and elsewhere.
A nuclear-armed Iran is an existential threat not only to Israel but also to the world, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared Wednesday night.
Two Israel Defense Forces soldiers died Wednesday.
The Shin Bet released the names of two Palestinian Arabs released in October's prisoner exchange who returned to terrorism.
An estimated 10,000 people will take part in the 25th annual of the March of the Living in Poland on Thursday.
Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad reportedly delivered a much-touted letter to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Tuesday.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood visited Washington recently in what some call a "charm offensive," an attempt to portray a softer image of this terror group.
The Israel Defense Forces is embroiled in an international incident involving an IDF officer and a pro-Palestinian activist.
Israel became a no-fly zone for pro-Palestinian activists over the weekend.
Netanyahu said Iran had been given a five-week "freebie" to continue its nuclear enrichment program at the Fordow facility in Qom.
Israel Defense Forces troops responded to a rock-throwing incident near the Jewish community of Itamar in the Shomron Thursday morning.
Jordan's King Abdullah II plans to revoke Jordanian citizenship for officials in the Palestine Liberation Organization and the Palestinian Authority.
Syrian troops remain deployed in cities throughout the country, but calm prevailed after the U.N.-brokered ceasefire went into effect at 6:00 a.m. Thursday.
Israel rejected Iranian claims of uncovering a "major terror cell" connected to Israel.
Christians are suffering major persecution throughout the Mideast and North Africa. But there is one place left in the region where they don't have to fear: Israel.
Israel is making final preparations for another attempt by pro-Palestinian activists to flood Ben Gurion International Airport on Sunday.
By midmorning Tuesday, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad gave no indication of beginning to withdraw troops from cities around the country.
Christians gathered for a sunrise service at the Garden Tomb -- the place many believe to be the site where Jesus was buried and rose from the dead.
As the weeklong Passover holiday begins, some Israeli soldiers will be standing guard at Israel's northern and southern borders.
As Israelis prepare to celebrate Passover, police and security forces have been placed on high alert countrywide.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will welcome a delegation from the Palestinian Authority.
Israel is involved in a diplomatic dispute over its refusal to allow a Chilean national, Mauricio Abu-Ghosh, entry into the country.
Why would potential military plans be leaked to the media about how Israel might attack Iran's nuclear facilities? Some say it's part of a campaign to stop a military strike.
The Palestinian Authority has been arresting journalists for comments posted on Facebook criticizing the government.
Israel arrested 13 members of a Hamas terror cell, including several employed by the Palestinian Red Crescent.
An ax-wielding Arab youth attacked an ultra-Orthodox man near the Damascus Gate Monday morning.
Kadima MK Shaul Mofaz was officially installed as the party's new chairman and as head of the opposition on Monday.
Christians from across the globe are gathering in Jerusalem for Holy Week.