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Israel Defends Jerusalem Construction
Stakelbeck on Terror: Defending Israel's Biblical Heartland
O Little Town: Christians Vacating Bethlehem
Having been abandoned as a baby because of problems with her feet, little Tamarah could only walk on tiptoe. Knowing how Tamarah faced a difficult future in their West Bank village, her adopted mom turned to prayer.
Tourists are expected to return to Bethlehem by the masses for Christmas, but many Christians living in the town of Jesus' birth want to leave.
Dania developed eye problems when she was 13 and she suddenly went blind. Operation Blessing paid for her eye surgery and her sight has been restored.
On Monday's CBN Newswatch with Mark Martin and Lorie Johnson: Coverage of Bishop Eddie Long’s reaction to sex abuse claims, construction begins again in the West Bank, Democrats hit the campaign trail for November, and more.
The 1920 San Remo resolution answered an issue that plagues the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks: whether Israel has a right to the land.
Israel's very existence is anchored in the country's national and emotional legacy. Sadly, many Israeli youngsters don't even know.
Israel is rich in history, with some places revered by Jews, Muslims, and Christians. Now, Palestinians are outraged over Israel's claim to two biblical sites in the West Bank. As Chris Mitchell reports, some say it could ignite a religious war.
While Iran gathers ingredients and know-how for nuclear weapons, its leaders are also busy trying to build up Israel's enemies in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Israel sent a small ground force into Lebanon today, and pledges to remain on the offensive for several more weeks. The death toll is rising, and international pressure to cease fire continues.
Chris Mitchell reports on Ehud Olmert's “realignment plan", a proposal to remove Jews from most of the West Bank if Israel cannot negotiate a settlement with Palestinians.
As Israelis mark the Jewish year 5768, they will toast the new year in an uneasy vortex between war and peace.
Thousands of Christians get baptized in the Jordan River every year. Most baptisms take place near the Sea of Galilee. But earlier this year, one group held a unique baptism service in a part of the Jordan River seldom seen.
For a month now, Hamas leaders have been pushing the rule of Islam in the Gaza Strip. But another group there says it is more faithful to Islam than Hamas, and it poses a special danger to Westerners.
As Israel and the U.S. seek to counter Hamas by arming the rival Fatah party, Hamas is imposing an Islamist order in Gaza.
The United States has spent millions to bolster the Palestinian government, but there are two competing governments.