February 2014 Headlines
These days Israel is in the crosshairs like never before. Pastor John Hagee warns something big is about to happen involving the Jewish state -- and the signs are in the sky.
You might not realize it, but most movies about the Bible are not made in the Holy Land. But that just may be changing.
For the first time in Israel's modern history, the Knesset granted Arab Christians separate legal recognition from Muslim Arabs.
The spike in attacks against Jewish people in Ukraine has some questioning whether this might be the fulfillment of biblical prophecy.
A hand grenade exploded inside the courtyard of a Catholic church in the Gaza Strip Wednesday.
President Obama intends to pressure Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to accept the framework agreement.
The Israel Defense Forces Spokesperson's Unit responded to Amnesty International's annual report harshly criticizing the IDF while soft-peddling acts of terror by Palestinian Arabs.
A new documentary, "Israel Indivisible: A Case for the Ancient Homeland," tackles the question of Israel's right to the land.
Lebanese media reported that Israeli warplanes struck a convoy inside Lebanon carrying weapons to Hezbollah.
The man some say is trying to turn Turkey into an Islamic Caliphate may just be undone by a corruption scandal leaked on YouTube Monday.
IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Benny Gantz said Israel is honing its operations along the northern border in response to the anarchy raging in Syria's civil war.
Israel Police dispersed an Arab riot on the Temple Mount Tuesday morning. Three men were taken into custody.
The Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs says Palestinian incitement to "hatred and violence" is pushing a peace deal further and further way.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived in Israel Monday with a delegation of 16 government ministers, one of the largest in the history of the two nations' bilateral ties.
Iran has increased supplies of weaponry and personnel to train troops and keep close tabs on the situation, including intelligence gathering.
Despite the pronouncements of many media pundits, Israeli- Palestinian talks are as stalemated as they’ve ever been.
Secretary of State John Kerry is continuing to push for an agreement on a framework for an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal.
Jordan signed an agreement Wednesday to purchase $500 million worth of natural gas from Israel's Tamar offshore field.
After saying any discussion about dismantling their nuclear program is "off limits," Iranian officials said the latest round of talks in Geneva got off to a "good start."
Two suicide bombers detonated their explosives-laden vehicles during Beirut's morning rush hour Wednesday, killing four people and injuring 100.
As six world powers prepare to meet with Iranian offcials in Vienna Tuesday over Tehran's nuclear program, many, including Israel, are doubtful the talks will be successful.
Speaking of the Boycott, Divest and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel, Netanyahu said "It's time to delegitimize the delegitimizers."
The Israel Antiquities Authority announced the discovery of a 2,300-year-old village near the Burma Road.
Islamists targeted a tour bus of South Koreans as it neared the Taba border crossing between Egypt and Israel on Sunday.
The P5+1 (U.S., U.K., France, Germany, China and Russia) will resume negotiations Tuesday for a long-term deal with Iran over its nuclear program.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas told 300 Israeli students over the weekend that Arabs have lived in Judea and Samaria for thousands of years.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Iran has not changed its nuclear aspirations one whit.
Israel's Foreign Ministry dismissed Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's ultimatum for normalizing ties with Israel.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said his country would press on "forever" with its "peaceful" nuclear programs.
Discoveries from a new archaeological dig are creating excitement in the area where Jesus began his ministry.
Israel's recently installed ambassador to the United States, Ron Dermer, defended U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in an interview with Time Magazine.
Iranians are celebrating the 35th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution Tuesday.
An Israeli hospital recently gave new life to a Muslim boy from Ethiopia after he was nearly eaten alive by a ferocious hyena.
The terrorist organization Hamas recently celebrated the graduation of 13,000 teenagers from a terrorist training program.
More Arab Christians than ever are joining the Israel Defense Forces.
The Israel Defense Forces is one of the most technically advanced militaries in the world, a major accomplishment for a country that was established just 66 years ago.
The relationship between U.S. administrations and the Muslim Brotherhood dates back to the Cold War, a former Israeli diplomat told CBN News.
Egypt's interim Defense Minister Gen. Abdel Fattah el-Sisi will run for president in the upcoming elections.
National Security Advisor Susan Rice took to the airwaves to defend Sec. of State John Kerry, saying "personal attacks" against him are "totally unfounded and unacceptable."
Secretary of State John Kerry has lowered expectations of reaching an agreement between Israel and the Palestinian Authority within the nine-month time period.
Israel agreed to pay $20m in compensation to families of pro-Palestinian Turkish activists killed aboard the flotilla flagship Mavi Marmara in May 2010.
Tragedy occurred early Tuesday morning when a soldier opened fire on an officer he mistook for a terrorist.
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman praised actress Scarlett Johansson for resigning from Oxfam over its support of the BDS movement against Israel.
Hollywood star Scarlett Johansson found herself in the middle of two controversies. Both involve SodaStream, a product that lets you make your own carbonated drinks.
U.S.-born author, professor and terrorism expert Barry Rubin died Monday morning after a prolonged battle with cancer. Rubin was 64.
Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said he hopes an agreement can be reached with the Palestinian Authority, but the Jewish state will "manage" either way.