August 2013 Headlines
During the past several weeks, Christians have suffered the worst attacks in centuries. Radical Islam spurred the violence, but the onslaught is being met with the love of Christ.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reminded the populace again Thursday that Israel is prepared to defend itself against any eventuality.
Israelis are understandably proud of their first gold medal winner in world judoka competitions.
The Israeli army stepped up its alert level this week, deploying air defense anti-missile batteries around the country and calling up a limited number of reservists.
Two planeloads of Ethiopian immigrants arrived at Ben Gurion's Terminal 1 Wednesday afternoon to a warm and enthusiastic welcome.
Israel's new school year begins Tuesday with nearly 2.13 million students, increase of 60,000 students from last year.
The Palestinian Authority allegedly called off meetings with Israel following rioting in the Kalandiya "refugee camp" that left two terrorists and a U.N. worker dead.
The Syrian president called accusations of chemical weapon use "an insult to common sense" and "politically motivated."
Israelis living in northern Israel were surprised by a Katyusha rocket attack on Thursday.
Gaza-based Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh called on all Palestinian Arabs to rebel against what he called the Israeli "occupation."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called reports of the use of poisonous gas in Syria "terribly disturbing."
The international community is calling for clarity as to whether the Syrian regime is using chemical weapons against rebels and civilians.
A famous World War II battle that turned the tide for the allies in North Africa also helped save Jews in the Middle East.
Hamas is calling on the Egyptian government to reopen the Rafah Border Crossing to the Sinai Peninsula.
Israeli supermodel Bar Rafaeli told the rock group Pink Floyd's Roger Waters to remove her pictures from videos he uses at the group's performances.
A Muslim group blamed Israel for the collapse of an area near the Bab as Silsila on the western side of the al-Aksa Mosque.
Turkey's Islamist Prime Minister is accusing Israel of interfering in the Egyptian revolution.
PA chief negotiator Saeb Erekat says the Obama administration provided written guarantees that all their demands would be met if they agreed to hold talks with Israel.
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Israel's counter-terrorism bureau is warning of a plot to hit Israeli and Jewish targets worldwide in the coming weeks.
Scenes of churches burning across Egypt should have never happened. Amnesty International is accusing security forces of a "shocking dereliction of duty" in protecting Christians.
A Palestinian Arab youth group initiated a campaign against Hamas -- the Islamist faction ruling the Gaza Strip since the spring of 2007.
The Obama administration signed a $148 million aid package to the Palestinian Authority Sunday to avert a budget crisis and promote the peace process.
The Egyptian army kept up the pressure on the Muslim Brotherhood Tuesday with the arrest of its spiritual leader, Mohammed El Badie.
Following days of street battles, Egypt's cabinet announced it's considering banning the Muslim Brotherhood.
The murderer of an American citizen was freed as part of the Israeli prisoner release.
During a visit to Israel Friday, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon blamed the anti-Israel bias at the United Nations on the conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
Israeli Arabs rallied on behalf of Egypt's ousted president Morsi over the weekend in Nazareth, the boyhood home of Jesus and the largest Christian Arab town in Israel.
Israeli archaeologists say the inscription on the rim of a bowl dating to the 7th century BC shows the connection between the Israelites of that day and today.
President Adli Mansour responded to President Obama's cancellation of the military drills by pleading the case for the use of force in his country.
Egypt braced for more violence on Friday after the Muslim Brotherhood called for a day of rage.
More than 300 protesters were killed and thousands more wounded Wednesday when the military cleared two protest camps in Cairo.
Palestinians cheered as 26 prisoners that had been convicted of stabbing, hacking, or shooting to death Israelis were freed from Israeli jails Wednesday.
Israel is moving forward with a plan to build nearly 900 new housing units in Jerusalem.
Tuesday promises to be a tough day for Israelis, especially for families whose loved ones died at the hands of the Arab inmates being released as a "goodwill gesture" to the P.A.
U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey arrived in Israel Monday for briefings on regional security issues.
More than 1,000 Israelis were on hand at Ben Gurion International Airport to welcome the Jewish state's newest citizens.
Israel deployed the battery to Eilat last month as a precaution against attacks by Islamist groups operating in the Sinai.
Palestinians are up in arms over Sunday's announcement that 1,187 new Israeli apartment homes would be built outside the so-called green line.
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is recovering from emergency surgery he had over the weekend.
Umar Mulinde was a Muslim who hated Israel until Jesus appeared to him in a dream. After that, he became a Christian and started a church in Uganda.
So far the team at Shikhim has uncovered the remains of a synagogue, residences and evidence of extensive pottery production.
Economic relations between Israel and Europe just got rockier.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Iran is accelerating efforts to produce weapons-grade uranium for making nuclear bombs.
Israel, a country that often suffers from its own lack of water, is helping one of its Mediterranean neighbors to turn salt water into fresh.
Four Israel Defense Forces soldiers from the elite Golani Brigade were wounded by a bomb near the Lebanese border Wednesday morning.
Israeli archaeologists are excavating a large hospital dating to the Crusader period (1099-1291 A.D.) in the Christian Quarter of Jerusalem's Old City.
Speaking in an open session of Iranian parliament, President Hasan Rouhani said the best way to deal with the Islamic Republic is through building trust and respect.
The White House is taking a conciliatory stance toward Iran's new president while Jerusalem is warning that he is just as dangerous as the former one.
The Lebanese-based terror group Hezbollah hung large banners along the border with Israel in anticipation of al-Quds Day Friday.
State Department officials said Thursday that embassies and consulates would be closed Sunday due to unspecified "security considerations."
Israel's parliament decided that Israeli citizens -- and not the government -- will have the last word in approving any peace deal.