June 2012 Headlines
Missionaries to the Muslim world say dreams and visions, along with satellite television, are introducing Muslims to Jesus in unprecedented numbers.
The United Nations has sided with the Palestinians in a dispute over the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem.
Syrian President Bashar Assad says his country is at war, evena as rebel forces set off a bomb in Damascus on Thursday near a busy market and the Palace of Justice.
Egypt's choice of Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Morsi for president marks the first time a modern Arab nation has elected an Islamic leader.
Iranian Vice President Mohammad Reza Rahimi may have taken his country's anti-Israel rhetoric a step too far Tuesday during a speech at an anti-drug conference in Tehran.
The border between Syria and Turkey continues to heat up days after the Syrian military shot down a Turkish F-4 jet fighter.
Hamas blamed Israel's Mossad for the death of a senior member who was shot dead in his apartment in a Damascus suburb late Wednesday.
In a ruling that should give Jews in Germany pause, the District Court of Cologne outlawed circumcision.
Palestinians are asking a U.N. agency to designate parts of biblical Bethlehem as endangered world heritage sites.
Iran's semi-official FARS news agency got caught in two major lies in the past two weeks.
Russia will not step up pressure on Iran to curb its nuclear program despite Israel's urgings.
On Tuesday morning, the government began moving the first 15 families into temporary trailers that had been hooked up to water, power and telephone lines.
Residents firing live ammunition to celebrate Mohammed Morsi's presidential win in Egypt killed one civilian and wounded six others in Gaza City on Sunday.
Egypt's new president is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. In his first speech as president, Mohammed Morsi said he would represent all Egyptians.
Hamas leaders threatened to escalate attacks on Israel after airstrikes killed several terrorists in Gaza. Israel's strikes came after a week of Palestinian rocket attacks.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has revived a decades-old tradition: Bible study at the Prime Minister's house.
President Obama made a "surprise" appearance at a meeting between Israeli Deputy Prime Minister Shaul Mofaz and National Security Advisor Tom Donilon at the White House.
A Syrian Air Force pilot defected to Jordan Thursday morning.
Recent reports that the head of Syria's chemical warfare division may have defected have alarmed Israel and the United States.
Egyptian authorities postponed announcing results of the presidential election Thursday, citing complaints of voter fraud by both candidates.
Hamas and a Gaza-based global jihadist groups have launched more than 120 missiles, rockets and mortars at southern Israel since Monday.
Rocket, missile and mortar attacks continued Wednesday morning as a Grad-type Katyusha rocket hit near Beersheva and at least a dozen more in the Eshkol Regional Council.
After the third round of meetings with Iran earlier this week, E.U. Foreign Policy Chief Baroness Catherine Ashton announced their indefinite suspension.
The computer virus that's been relaying data from Iranian computer networks was jointly developed by Israel and the U.S.to slow Iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons.
Russian and Syrian officials have dismissed Iranian media reports that Iran, Russia, China and Syria were planning war game exercises for next month.
Mosab Hassan Yousef, a Christian convert and the son of a Hamas leader, is now working on a movie about the Islamic prophet Muhammad.
Egypt's state news agency reported that former President Hosni Mubarak is in a coma and has been removed from life support.
The Hamas terror group claimed responsibility for escalating rocket and mortar shell attacks on southern Israel in the past 24 hours.
The Palestinian Authority published an official terminology guide that defines terrorism as legitimate and Israel as an illegitimate pariah state.
Egyptians went to the polls to elect a new president over the weekend. But Egypt's military rulers took steps to keep control of the country no matter who wins.
One hundred and twenty-three South Sudanese migrant workers left Israel on a chartered flight Sunday night, arriving in Juba on Monday morning.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad reportedly said Sunday if Europe provides 20 percent enriched fuel for its nuclear reactors, it will curb its own enrichment program.
An Israeli truck driver shot three Arabs who attempted to kidnap him and hijack his vehicle Sunday, killing two and injuring the third.
Today, the world revolves around computers, and many people carry one in their hand. This dependence has also made the world a dangerous place.
Jerusalem is the most contested city in the world. But who does it belong to according to international law?
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu congratulated President Shimon Peres by phone early Thursday morning for receiving the Medal of Freedom.
MK Anastasia Michaeli apologized if "anyone was hurt" by her remarks about Channel 10's programming earlier this week, which she says promotes a gay agenda.
Gilad Shalit, the kidnapped IDF soldier released last October, has been hired as a sports reporter by the Israeli daily Yediot Ahronot.
Russia is adding helicopter gunships to the list of weaponry for Syrian President Bashar Assad, as the 15-month-old conflict develops into all-out civil war.
In the first five months of 2012, Israel welcomed 1.42 million tourists, surpassing a 2010 record by 4 percent.
The State Attorney's Office says the plan to build 300 new apartment homes in Beit El is not feasible, but the Prime Minister's Office says there's been no change in policy.
PM Benjamin Netanyahu will be hobbling around on a cast for a few weeks after tearing a tendon during a soccer match between Jewish and Arab youth.
A UN report released Monday includes Syrian government forces for the first time on a list of 52 governments and armed groups that recruit, kill or sexually attack children in armed conflicts.
Israeli U.N. Ambassador Ron Prosor is one of 20 chosen to serve as vice president of the United Nation's General Assembly.
Workers arriving at Jerusalem's Yad VaShem Holocaust Memorial Monday morning were greeted by anti-Semitic graffiti spray painted on walls.
Thousands of missiles and rockets are aimed at Israel from almost all sides of the country, which means every Israeli citizen must prepare for life on the frontlines.
Pro-Israel leaders met in Washington, D.C., to discuss ways to pressure the United States to recognize Jerusalem as the undivided capital of the Jewish State.
Hamas shut down the Gaza Strip's sole power station late Wednesday, following a hijacking by Islamist militias in the Sinai Peninsula.
Israelis weren't the only ones who saw a "glowing light" in the sky Thursday night. Lebanon, Turkey, Cyprus, Armenia and Jordan also saw it.
Community leaders in Judea and Samaria say even though it sounds like a good deal, it sets a dangerous precedent.
An Israeli company announced the discovery of another sizable offshore oil and gas field on Sunday.
Israeli archaeologists uncovered a large stash of gold and silver coins and fine jewelry dating to the Roman period.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is embroiled in a conflict that could potentially affect his newly formed majority coalition.
An IDF soldier from the Golani Brigade was killed early Friday morning by a Palestinian terrorist who infiltrated from Gaza.