March 2011 Headlines
Israel is waiting to see what impact the change of power in Egypt will have on the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas is calling for peace in the West and war in the Middle East.
A new Israel Defense Forces report reveals that since 2006, Israel's neighborhood has grown a lot more dangerous.
Mary Gardner came to Israel to hone her translating skills at a local ministry. She'd worked for more than 15 years translating the Bible.
Israel says it's not overly concerned about the recent rash of Facebook pages calling for organized protests on behalf of self-described Palestinian refugees.
A 52-member IDF medical team finished constructing a field hospital near the Japanese village of Minamisanriku Tuesday morning.
State television reports that the Syrian Cabinet has resigned and CBN News has learned the prime minister is expected to step down very soon.
The upsurge in attacks out of Gaza and the recent deadly bombing of a Jerusalem bus station were not coincidental, according Israel's vice prime minister.
Facebook executives reversed their earlier decision and shut down the "Third Palestinian Intifada" page on Tuesday morning.
Israel's vice prime minister says the Palestinian Authority's media and educational system contributed to the killing of five members of an Israeli family this month.
How does the Jewish State stop the rockets that have terrorized its citizens for years? Israel's answer is a new anti-missile system called "Iron Dome."
J Street bills itself as a pro-Israel lobby, but many question its stance on critical issues facing the Jewish state.
It's another example of how Israelis refuse to let terrorism slow them down.
For the past several months, three officials from the terror group have also set up shop at the International Red Cross office in East Jerusalem.
Senior Hamas and Islamic Jihad officials reportedly went underground after Wednesday's bus bombing in Jerusalem.
Terror returned to the streets of Jerusalem for the first time in years on Wednesday when abomb exploded near a bus stop, killing one person and wounding dozens.
Israeli aircraft targeted the terror infrastructure in the Gaza Strip "in response to the barrage of mortar shells.
At the direction of Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, Israeli U.N. Ambassador Meron Reuben submitted the following complaint to the Security Council.
Palin wrapped up her two-day visit to Israel with dinner at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's official residence in Jerusalem.
Hamas officials have rejected a plan by UNRWA to teach Arab children in the Gaza Strip about the Holocaust.
A young, Christian woman voluntarily left her modeling career to enlist in the Israel Defense Force.
Palestinian terrorists in the Gaza Strip fired a Grad-type Katyusha rocket at the coastal city of Ashkelon on Sunday evening.
Former Alaska Gov. and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her husband Todd arrived in Israel for a two-day visit to the Holy Land on Sunday.
Will the fate of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad be the same as Haman's, the Persian prime minister who plotted the Jews' destruction?
Israel Defense Forces targeted the terror infrastructure in the Gaza Strip on Saturday after Palestinians fired more than 50 mortar shells on southern Israel.
For the past seven years, the small Messianic Jewish community in Arad has been harassed and persecuted by ultra-Orthodox Jews.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas says he's ready to "travel to Gaza tomorrow to end [the] rivalry" with Hamas.
Israeli Navy commandos seized a German freighter en route to the Egyptian port of el-Arish on Tuesday.
Turkey denied it forced an Iranian cargo plane en route to Syria to land for inspection.
Despite proof that the weaponry aboard the Victoria were meant to be smuggled into the Gaza Strip, Iran and Hamas denied any connection to the arms shipment.
Israelis nationwide stopped and stood on the street Tuesday morning in a five-minute solidarity demonstration for kidnapped IDF soldier Gilad Shalit.
The Israeli response to Friday night's brutal terror attack is not revenge - it is to keep building the Jewish homeland.
Twenty thousand mourners attended the funerals in Jerusalem on Sunday of five members of the Fogel family murdered by Palestinian terrorists Friday evening.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s appointed Maj.-Gen. (res.) Yaakov Amidror as head of the National Security Council.
Unless Hamas changes its ideology, a Fatah-Hamas unity government would be unlikely to live in peaceful coexistence with the Jewish state.
The Palestinian Authority wants the United States and European Union to remove Hamas from its list of terror organizations.
Exiled Hamas chief Khaled Meshaal said reconciliation between Fatah and Hamas must be based on jihad ("holy" war) against Israel.
While nations and boycott groups try to isolate the Jewish state, another type of gathering took place Sunday to honor Israel.
Newly appointed Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Elaraby has seldom expressed anything favorable toward Israel.
Almost five months after their rescue from 2,000 feet underground, 24 Chilean miners were submerged again - this time in the Jordan River.
Senior officials in the Palestinian Authority's Fatah faction called on P.A. President Mahmoud Abbas to fire Prime Minister Salam Fayyad.
Iranian authorities have denied reports that senior opposition leaders Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mahdi Karroubi are being held in a prison in Tehran.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu may offer the Palestinian Authority a new diplomatic initiative: an interim agreement to establish a Palestinian state.
For Israel, surrounded and vastly outnumbered by less-than-friendly Arab countries, the first two months of the new year have been anything but dull.
In a meeting Tuesday with three foreign diplomats, Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said the Golan Heights will remain Israeli.
Yemini President Ali Abdullah Saleh blamed Israel - and the U.S. - for the wave of uprisings taking place across the Middle East.