October 2013 Headlines
A unique exhibition of Bible history opened this week at Jerusalem's Bible Lands Museum.
Hundreds of Christians travel to Israel each year to help farmers harvest crops. This additional help is not only appreciated, it also fulfills Bible prophecy.
Israel's plans to build more homes in Jewish communities in eastern Jerusalem and biblical Judea and Samaria is once again causing an international stir.
After a contentious mayoral election between secular and ultra-Orthodox rivals, this deeply divided city has become a flashpoint of a religious struggle.
In a move intended to promote peace talks with the Palestinians, Israel released 26 terrorists from prison overnight.
For the second time in as many months, Israel is set to free convicted Palestinian terrorists as a gesture to keep Palestinians in peace talks with Israel.
Gaza-based terrorists fired four rockets at the coastal city of Ashkelon early Monday. The Iron Dome Missile Defense System destroyed one of the incoming projectiles.
Texas A&M University plans to open a campus in the northern Israeli city of Nazareth -- the boyhood home of Jesus.
An unknown assailant hurled a makeshift explosive device at a school bus Friday morning as it traveled near Jenin.
To some, E.U. foreign policy chief Baroness Catherine Ashton's call for reconciliation between the Palestinian Authority's Fatah faction and its rival, Hamas, doesn't come as a surprise.
Mahmoud Abbas is on a mission. And he's becoming increasingly adept at diplomatic doublespeak.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took his message about Iran to Italy this week.
The Israel Air Force successfully destroyed a Syrian missile shipment to Hezbollah.
A low voter turnout didn't stop Jerusalemites from reelecting Mayor Nir Barkat for a second five-year term Tuesday.
Islamic Jihad operative Mohammed Assi, who helped plan a terror attack on a Tel Aviv bus last year, died resisting arrest in Bil'in.
A minor 3.3-magnitude earthquake rumbled near the Sea of Galilee Tuesday morning, the fifth in less than a week.
Some say Gaza-based Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh is between a rock and a hard place.
Palestinian residents of the Arab village of Beit Omar on the outskirts of Hebron hoisted the Nazi flag once again, this time higher than they did last May.
The family of the first Arab honored by Israel for risking his life to save Jews during the Holocaust has rejected that honor.
Saudi Arabia rejected a seat on the U.N. Security Council.
Iranian negotiators met in Geneva Tuesday with six world powers for talks meant to reduce concerns that Iran is developing nuclear weapons.
There were lots of smiling faces among delegates at the two-day meeting, making it appear more like a social gathering at times than high-level discussions.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is continuing to warn the international community not to back down from economic sanctions against Iran, but to keep up the pressure.
For Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the pressure never lets up.
The IDF blew up a second terror tunnel on Tuesday near the site where they showed a massive terrorist tunnel to journalists last Sunday.
President Barack Obama's decision to slash military aid to Egypt in is viewed by many as manipulation and meddling in the nation's internal affairs.
In what appears to be a message to Iran, the Israeli military posted footage of a long-range flight exercise on YouTube Thursday.
A retired Israeli army officer was murdered overnight in the latest in a string of terror attacks against Israelis.
The Israeli government has been sending messages to Iran and the international community via YouTube.
"Camp Jihad" is a 20-minute documentary film exposing summer camps that encourage Palestinian Arab children to take back their homes from Israel violently.
Israel hopes the Obama administration's decision to cut aid to Egypt won't harm the historic peace accord between the two countries.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the Palestinian national movement is directly linked to Adolf Hitler's Nazi regime.
While Saudi Arabia strengthens bilateral ties with Egypt, the U.S. is poised to announce significant cutbacks to its annual aid package.
The final flights of an operation bringing Jewish people, whose ancestors date to biblical times, landed in Israel recently.
Tunisia's small Jewish community, living on the island of Djerba, faces growing persecution by the country's Muslim majority.
Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, longtime spiritual leader of the ultra-Orthodox Shas Party, died Monday afternoon at Jerusalem's Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital.
The Palestinian Authority's refusal to recognize Israel as the historic homeland to the Jewish people is the real stumbling block in negotiations.
The screams of a 9-year-old girl stabbed by a Palestinian terrorist in her back yard Saturday evening averted a worse disaster.
Iran took center stage this week in the media and in government talks.
This Sunday millions of Christians around the world will take part in a global day of prayer, fulfilling the biblical command to pray for the peace of Jerusalem.
The Israeli Foreign Ministry called on the Council of Europe Friday to immediately rescind its anti-circumcision resolution passed earlier this week.
The Egyptian government says it's considering targeted attacks on the terror infrastructure in the Gaza Strip.
In a powerful U.N. speech, Israel's prime minister warned Israel will "stand alone," if necessary, to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.
Jerusalem's Yad VaShem Holocaust Memorial recently recognized an Egyptian doctor who risked his life to rescue Jews during World War II.
The full text of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, October 1, 2013
While Iran is launching a charm offensive, the Israeli prime minister will try once more to warn the world about the dangers of a nuclear Iran.