January 2013 Headlines
Syria's civil war took a major step toward a regional conflict this week when Israeli warplanes struck targets inside Syria Tuesday night.
People gathered around their TVs to watch the anticipated return of Israel's first astronaut, Ilan Ramon, from a 16-day journey aboard the Columbia shuttle.
Israeli Air Force planes attacked a target along the Syrian-Lebanese border overnight, Western sources were quoted in saying.
A senior aide to Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi said the Holocaust never happened.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told a delegation of U.S. congressmen Monday Israel is closely monitoring developments in Syria.
Tu B'Shvat, the New Year of the Trees, begins at sundown on the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Shvat, or Friday, Jan. 25, at sundown on the Gregorian calendar.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu will likely include two new parties from the left and the right as he seeks to hammer together Israel's next coalition government.
More Israelis went to the polls Tuesday than in more than a decade. They voted for a change in the government, but it's not the change most people anticipated.
Prayer warriors from around the world gathered in Jerusalem to intercede for Israeli elections this week.
Some called him a modern-day Joshua. Ron Nachman, the founder and mayor of the city of Ariel, died last week at the age of 70.
Israelis headed to the polls Tuesday to elect a new government. Current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to win a third term.
This week, the Jerusalem District Court convicted the man accused of delivering a bomb to an Israeli pastor's home, nearly killing his son.
Facebook promised to reactivate Khaled Abu Toameh's page, the social networking site told The Commentator.
A bill is working its way through the U.S. Congress that would end visa requirements for Israelis on tourist visits to America.
Israeli troops on a routine patrol near the border with the Gaza Strip discovered a smuggling tunnel shaft near an Israeli kibbutz.
A new Israeli law that went into effect on Jan. 1 aims to curb anorexia and bulimia among young women.
The Jerusalem municipality announced Thursday night that schools would remain closed for a second day Friday.
Israeli dailies posted varying poll results Friday for the upcoming Jan.22 general elections, with the Right maintaining its lead.
Like the United States, Israeli parties fall into the left or right. Whoever wins the most seats must hammer together a coalition of 60 or more players to form the next government.
Four people were injured when a car bomb exploded in Tel Aviv Thursday.
Tens of thousands of Christians are fleeing the Middle East because of persecution. Yet this modern day exodus is getting little attention in the West.
Israel's National Library unveiled a cache of rare ancient Hebrew manuscripts discovered in caves in northern Afghanistan. The area is a Taliban stronghold.
CBN News was at Ben Gurion Airport when more than 50 members of the Bnei Menashe tribe made history. They were just the first of a long-awaited migration.
Recently revealed comments by Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi show his attitude toward Jews, the State of Israel, and the Palestinian conflict.
Areas of Biblical Judea and Samaria under Palestinian Authority rule could end up with a regime change like that in Egypt, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu warned.