June 2013 Headlines
Palestinians still refuse to recognize Israel's right to exist as a Jewish state. They also want their land and are using creative new methods to try and take it.
Speaking at a ceremony marking the 109th anniversary of the death of Theodor Herzl, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected a bi-national state and said security is paramount.
Lebanese-based Hezbollah chief Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah may have fanned the fires by sending troop reinforcements to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologists discovered evidence of the siege in Jerusalem 2,000 years ago.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected the concept of a bi-national state and said security is paramount.
IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Benny Gantz told graduating air force cadets that Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah may have fanned the fires by sending reinforcements to Bashar Assad.
Several major developments are taking place in the Middle East that could have serious implications for the State of Israel.
In an overnight sting operation in Nablus based on intelligence information, Israeli soldiers uncovered a sizable weapons cache.
Senior Fatah official Jabril Rajoub says the Palestinian Authority is ready to resume peace negotiations with Israel.
A team of Israeli archaeologists unearthed a section of a major road between the Mediterranean coastal city of Jaffa and Jerusalem.
Nigeria says three Lebanese men with a massive weapons cache were members of Hezbollah. The weapons were meant to be used against Americans and Israelis.
There seems to be no end in sight to rising anti-Semitism in Europe.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will return to Israel Thursday hoping to arrange a meeting between the two Israeli and Palestinian leaders.
The exercise drilled responses to scenarios from commandeering buildings, kidnappings, mass shootings and the like, simulating dozens of civilian deaths and injuries.
Palestinian terror cells in the Gaza Strip fired six rockets at Israel Sunday evening, setting off the Color Red air raid system in Beersheva and Netivot.
Last year, Netanyahu said the goal of the project is to draw more visitors by showing "the other Israel" so people can see "this is a fun country."
The U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child claimed Israeli soldiers and police torture Palestinian children while questioning them and use them as human shields.
There was tragedy at the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City early Friday when a private security guard shot and killed a man he suspected was a terrorist.
The America-Israel Friendship League recently sent a delegation of writers and bloggers to Israel to learn more about the heart and face of this tiny country.
After eight bombastic years under former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran has a new president. His name is Sayyed Hassan Rowhani.
Newly appointed Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah submitted his resignation just two weeks after being sworn in.
Iranian President-elect Haassan Rowhani served on the committee that approved the 1994 terror attack on a Jewish Community Center in Buenos Aires.
Not everyone was happy with Israeli President Shimon Peres' 90th birthday celebration gala Tuesday evening.
In an interview posted on al-Hafez television, Egyptian politician Khaled Zaafrani smilingly repeats an age-old blood libel.
Police rescued two Israeli Jews just in time Wednesday morning after Israeli Arabs bombarded their car with rocks, smashing all the windows.
Israeli President Shimon Peres celebrated his 90th birthday with a host of celebrities and diplomats Tuesday evening.
At least one rocket didn't make it into Israel, exploding on the Gaza side of the border.
The 2013-2014 State budget passed its first reading Monday night by a 58-44 vote.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is providing "concrete military assistance" to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces.
The government of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi continues efforts to impose Islamist ideology on all its citizenry.
There's been talk that a third intifada -- armed Palestinian uprising -- may be brewing. Some dismiss the notion as baseless while others sense it's true.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Western countries Sunday they shouldn't be fooled by Iran's new president who many are calling a "moderate."
Whatever the eventual outcome of Syria's civil war, both Assad and the rebel forces have Israel in the crosshairs.
An estimated 100,000 people lined the streets to see some of the fastest cars on earth drive through one of the oldest cities in the world.
A photograph by the CBN News Jerusalem Bureau team won one of the top awards at this year's Festival of Lights in the capital's Old City.
A critically wounded Syrian is being treated at an Israeli hospital if Safed, the closest medical center to the northern border.
It's summertime again and for kids in the Gaza Strip, that means dressing up like jihadists and learning how to fight the Zionist enemy.
Israel's border with Syria is getting increasingly tense.
Palestinians want all of Judea and Samaria -- also known as the West Bank -- for a future Palestinian state. Some claim all of Israel, too.
An Egyptian official spoke about war with the United States and Israel during a cabinet meeting officiated by President Mohammed Morsi.
Google announced Tuesday the acquisition of Waze, a popular Israeli mapping service for an estimated $1.3 billion.
The United States, Israel and Europe are all underestimating the scale of Iran's military nuclear ambitions.
U.S. Secretary of State won't be returning to Israel this week for his fifth attempt to restart talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
Eilat Mazar discoverS an ancient structure near Jerusalem that supports the biblical accounts of King David and his son Solomon.
Some historians say Jesus probably taught "The Lord's Prayer" many times and in many places.
Did characters like David and Solomon really exists? CBN News met with two archaeologists who are digging up parts of David's life that supports the biblical accounts.
Russia delivered on its promise to deploy warships to the Mediterranean Sea, a plan that's been in the works for decades.
The Jewish National Fund will not help fund former U.S. President Bill Clinton's address honoring President Shimon Peres' 90th birthday.
The Palestinian Authority swore in its new government Thursday under newly appointed Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah.
Israeli archaeologist Eilat Mazar announced to the world in 2005 she had uncovered the ruins of King David's palace in Jerusalem.
Syrian troops regained control of the Quneitra Crossing by midday Thursday, after rebel forces took temporary control of the area earlier in the day.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu again urged the Palestinian Authority to return to the negotiating table to "give peace a chance."
For decades, Paul Wilbur has been known around the world for his Messianic music and worship concerts.
Forty-six years ago Wednesday, Israeli pilots carried out a preemptive strike on the Egyptian Air Force, effectively grounding the entire fleet.
Jordanian citizens will be unable to access more than 300 Internet sites not registered with the government, the Committee to Protect Journalists reported on its website.
With Syria's ongoing civil war and Iraq experiencing its worst upsurge in violence in years, American bases in the Persian Gulf have been put on heightened alert.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan told reporters in Morocco Monday the situation would return to normal in a few days.
On Sunday, P.A. leader Mahmoud Abbas announced that Rami Hamdallah would replace outgoing Prime Minister Salaam Fayyad.
A 10-year-old Palestinian youngster can look forward to a new life thanks to a skilled Israeli medical team and a Jewish family who believes every life is worth saving.