September 2012 Headlines
The Christian bond with Israel grew stronger recently, but it didn't make international headlines.
Jews and many Christians in Israel and around the world will mark the beginning of the biblical Sukkot holiday at sundown on Sunday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned the U.N. General Assembly that the hour was growing late to stop Iran from becoming a nuclear power.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used a simple graphic before the UN General Assembly to illustrate the 'red line' against Iran's nuclear weapons aspirations.
An Israeli court ruled in favor of a Lesbian couple over a Messianic moshav on the outskirts of Jerusalem, awarding the women 80,000 shekels (more than $20,000) in "damages."
A recent email claiming "massive troop movements" within Israel and "anti-aircraft missile deployments throughout the Jerusalem area" has spread rapidly throughout the Internet.
Thousands of Sephardites, descendants of Jews in Spain and Portugal, fled in 1492, after a royal decree ordered them to convert to Christianity or face imprisonment, torture and execution.
Christians, Jews and Muslims all look to Jerusalem as a holy city.
Before leaving for the States Wednesday evening, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu released the following statement to the Israeli people.
Israel stepped up security ahead of Yom Kippur, the holiest day on the Jewish calendar.
Several mortars fired by Syrian troops against anti-government forces exploded in the northern Golan Heights early Tuesday morning.
By 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, the streets of Jerusalem will be empty.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad addressed the U.N. assembly with heated rhetoric despite a warning against incendiary speech.
An advisor to Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi has completed an amendment to the 1979 peace treaty with Israel.
A Sinai-based Salafist group claimed responsibility for Friday's terror attack that claimed the life of 20-year-old Israeli soldier Netanel Yahalomi.
Tension throughout the Middle East means Israel must look beyond its highly publicized problem with Iran.
The film, as tacky and ridiculous as it is, seems just an excuse to vent pent-up anger boiling just below the surface throughout the Islamic world.
An investigation into the downing of a Turkish warplane by Syria in June has created more questions than answers.
A Harvard researcher professor unveiled an ancient scrap of papyrus that quotes Jesus as saying "my wife" and "Mary" -- a possible reference to Mary Magdalene.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas told Fatah faction leaders in Ramallah to look for his replacement.
Israel Defense Forces held a surprise live-fire drill Wednesday morning in the Golan Heights.
Chief Palestinian Authority negotiator Saeb Erekat has had some unhappy moments lately.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took to the American airwaves, appealing directly to voters to elect a president willing to draw a "red line" with Iran.
The flurry of activity by Israeli Engineering Corps troops along the northern border with Syria has intensified over the past two weeks.
President Obama and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas both wished Israelis a happy new year ahead of the Rosh Hashanah holiday, which begins on Sunday evening.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu extended Israel's condolences to the families of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other officials murdered by terrorists in Libya.
The White House has denied reports that President Obama refuses to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Washington.
The U.S. State Department wants to convince Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to return to direct negotiations with Israel.
With Rosh Hashanah a few days away, the biannual tradition of emptying written prayers from the Kotel -- Western Wall -- began Monday morning.
U.S. citizens living in Israel are showing major interest in this year's elections with more registering to vote than ever before.
Until Iran sees a "clear red line," it will not stop its pursuit of nuclear arms, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Canadian television.
The government's Counterterrorism Bureau issued a travel advisory for Israelis planning to go abroad during the holidays.
Hamas reportedly began arresting members of Salafist Jihadist, a Gaza-based terror group claiming responsibility for recent rocket attacks on southern Israel.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the time has come for the international community to draw a red line on Iran.
Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad plans to submit his resignation to President Mahmoud Abbas when he returns from a visit to Egypt.
More Americans in Israel now want to vote in the U.S. presidential elections in November.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu canceled Wednesday morning's Security Cabinet meeting due to media leaks.
Only Egyptian citizens with Egyptian parents will be able to own land in the Sinai Peninsula, a decision that represents a significant policy change.
The Israeli Foreign Ministry welcomed the arrival of Atef Salam, appointed as permanent ambassador to Israel by Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi.
Vandals set fire to a wooden door and spray painted hateful anti-Christian graffiti on the monastery walls at Latrun early Monday.
For the first time ever, Egyptian state television presented an anchor wearing the Muslim hijab headscarf on Sunday.
Most of the 50 families left their homes in Migron Sunday with heavy hearts.