April 2013 Headlines
Life for a young Israeli family changed forever Tuesday when a Palestinian Arab knifed and then shot a father of five as he waited to catch a ride to work.
In a ceremony in Kiel, Germany, Monday the Israeli Ministry of Defense and the IDF inaugurated the INS Rahav, the fifth Dolphin-class submarine in the fleet.
Israeli pilots killed a known Global Jihad terrorist in a pinpoint airstrike Tuesday morning as he traveled on his motorbike in the northern Gaza Strip.
Some 5,000 Palestinian Arab teenagers in the Gaza Strip have learned how to shoot Kalashnikov rifles, fire rockets and hurl hand grenades.
Israel has no diplomatic ties with Iraq, yet treats children -- usually without any charge to the family -- who otherwise wouldn't make it.
Hezbollah denied any connection to Thursday's unmanned aerial vehicle that breached Israeli airspace in late afternoon.
For years, Christians worldwide have supported Israel and helped Jews return to the Land. One group is trying to keep that vision alive in the next generation.
A leopard doesn't change its spots, nor does Hamas seem to waiver in its ideology.
Israeli officials believe Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad's regime is using chemical weapons against rebel forces.
Israeli Finance Minister Yair Lapid says he'll promote economic policies that will benefit the working class.
The U.S. and Israel must maintain close ties as security challenges in the Middle East become more complicated, visiting U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said on Tuesday.
More than a few people took issue with Secretary of State John Kerry's comparison of the victims of last week's terror bombing in Boston to pro-Palestinian jihadists aboard the Mavi Marmara.
Palestinians in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip have fired more than 30 rockets on southern Israel in the past two months.
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel met with Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon Monday morning, downplaying differences between the two countries on a military strike policy for Iran.
Secretary of State Chuck Hagel will finalize $10 billion worth of arms deals with Israel, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Life can get complicated in Israel, especially when ordinary looking Arab youth are plotting together to kidnap and kill their ordinary Jewish neighbors.
The Israeli army will soon begin testing a new hovercraft.
For decades, Jews and Christians have been prohibited from praying on the Temple Mount, but a new Israeli parliamentarian thinks that should change.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is warning Israel will do what is necessary to prevent weapons from falling into the hands of Islamic extremists in Syria.
The Senate approved a resolution earlier this week supporting Israel's "legitimate" right to protect itself.
Israel's population now numbers more than 8 million, with Jews making up 75 percent of the total.
The Jewish state "stands shoulder-to-shoulder with the American people," Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday.
In the few decades since its rebirth, the Jewish state has accomplished more than most people could have ever imagined.
Jordanian Ambassador to Israel Walid Khalid Obeidat said the convicted killer of seven Israeli school girls would serve out his life sentence.
Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad resigned on Saturday.
Israel hopes it can one day reach energy independence now that natural gas is flowing from a large offshore reserve.
In the first quarter of 2013, there have been 33 attempts to kidnap Israeli soldiers serving in Judea and Samaria, up from 24 during the same period last year.
Israel's annual Memorial Day, Yom Hazikaron, begins at sundown Sunday and continues through sundown Monday.
A little more than five years ago, a young Israeli boy opened what looked like a holiday package left on his doorstep. The package was a bomb.
P.A.Prime Minister Salam Fayyad submitted his resignation again Wednesday, as he's done several times since taking office.
Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologists uncovered a rare mikveh (ritual bath) from the late Second Temple period.
A new poll released Tuesday shows Egypt's Islamist President Mohammed Morsi's approval rating is at its lowest point since taking office 10 months ago.
While Europe is still dragging its feet about calling Hezbollah a terrorist entity, Bahrain became the first Arab country to do so.
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel will visit Israel in two weeks, Israel's Army Radio reported Tuesday morning.
Israel Defense Forces Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Benny Gantz led the March of the Living in Poland on Monday.
Israelis remembered the Holocaust on Monday and highlighted the Jewish resistance on the 70th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
Kerry reportedly offered Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas incentives to restart negotiations with Israel.
A survey released Sunday showed a 30 percent increase in anti-Semitism worldwide, especially in Europe.
Threats of a massive cyber-attack by the hacktivist group Anonymous that would "wipe Israel off the Internet" failed to materialize on Sunday.
Hundreds of thousands of Jewish refugees were expelled from Arab lands in 1948. Today, those refugees are warning that history will repeat if their story is overlooked.
The hacktivist group Anonymous plans to launch a massive cyber-attack against Israel, beginning Sunday and continuing through Holocaust Memorial Day Monday.
The Israel Defense Forces is using a relatively new type of drone, developed by Elbit Systems, to save Israeli and Palestinian lives.
John Kerry heads to the Middle East this weekend to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Mahmoud Abbas to help estart stalled peace talks.
Israel came under fire from the north and the south on Tuesday and battled Palestinian rioters from within.
Palestinians call it the West Bank. But Jewish people call it their biblical homeland.
At a meeting in Cairo Tuesday, 60 senior Hamas members reelected Khaled Meshaal as the Islamist group's political leader.
Newly appointed Finance Minister Yair Lapid has his work cut out for him, literally, cutting Israel's 30 billion shekel (about $8 billion) deficit.
Israel has begunn delivering its first natural gas from the Tamar offshore reservoir, just four years after its discovery.