June 2011 Headlines
A 2,000-year-old ossuary, an ancient burial bone box, may contain the bones of the daughter of Jesus' crucifier.
Flotilla organizers say they want to break Israel's sea blockade of the Gaza Strip because it's leading to a humanitarian crisis -- a claim many dispute.
The Mideast unrest is threatening Israel's energy supply. But natural gas discoveries and oil shale could make the country energy independent in the nick of time.
Amidst accusations of sabotage and delays, two of the 10 ships planning to take part in Freedom Flotilla 2 have set sail.
Five years have passed since Hamas abducted IDF soldier Gilad Shalit. His parents hope to use this fifth anniversary as a rallying point to bring him home.
The Iranian Revolutionary Guards test fired 14 missiles and unveiled its underground missile silos on the second day of its 10-day war games.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is calling for other nations to pressure the Palestinian Authority to agree that Israel has a right to exist.
A joint operation by the IDF and the Shin Bet cracked a major Palestinian terror cell operating near Jerusalem.
The Interior Ministry is making it difficult for evangelicals to secure visas, the outgoing ICEJ executive director said.
Israel is bracing for a possible confrontation with ships preparing to break its naval blockade on the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip.
Pro-Palestinian protesters are paid for their weekly attendance at the Bil'in security fence, an IDF officer told reporters on Sunday.
The PLO announced it would seek unilateral recognition of statehood at the United Nations in September.
Have you ever wanted to step back 3,000 years into the pages of the Bible? Now, visitors at a new archaeological site in Jerusalem can do just that.
The Gaza-based Hamas faction issued two statements on Friday, both regarding prisoner issues.
If everything goes as planned, more than 7,000 members of a lost tribe of Israel will soon call the land of their forefathers home.
The International Red Cross demanded on Thursday that Hamas provide proof that kidnapped Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit is alive.
Apple Inc. got rid of a free application that Israel said incites violence against the Jewish state.
Palestinians are spending millions to convince the nations of the world to back their bid for statehood at the United Nations in September.
The meeting between Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Damascus-based Hamas chief Khaled Meshaal has been postponed indefinitely.
Last week, the Turkish 'humanitarian relief' organization, IHH, withdrew from Freedom Flotilla Two, but remaining participants say they'll still set sail.
Newly appointed Al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahri assured Palestinian Arabs that his organization 'will never recognize legitimacy for the alleged State of Israel.'
Israeli authorities launched a full-scale investigation into Thursday night's deadly gas explosion that killed four and injured dozens more.
The Jewish state's latest search for renewable power isn't underground -- but in the sky.
American-born Israeli Ilan Grapel continues to deny that he is an undercover agent for the Mossad.
Palestinian factions, Fatah and Hamas, reached a consensus Tuesday night on the makeup of an interim unity government.
Fifteen Knesset members visited Joseph's Tomb on Tuesday, six weeks after a P.A. policeman opened fire on worshippers, killing one man.
Turkey's ruling party surged to a third term in parliamentary elections Sunday.
Backed by helicopter gunships and some 200 tanks, Syrian troops bombarded the northern town of Jisr al-Shoughour on Sunday.
The polls point to the third straight election win for a political party that has worked hard to make one of the most secular Muslim nations on earth even more Islamic.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Syrian president Bashar al-Assad of committing 'atrocities' against civilians.
The Palestinian Authority said it may postpone plans to seek unilateral recognition of statehood at the United Nations in September.
In 1967, six days dramatically changed the future of the Jewish state. Forty-four years later, Israel is being pressured to return to these "indefensible borders."
In a provocative move, Iran dispatched submarines to the Red Sea to gather intelligence information.
IDF troops and Israel police are on high alert for 'al-Quds Day,' the third of the Palestinian Authority's three-day Naksa observance.
Trouble seems to be brewing among the newlyweds, Hamas and Egypt.
Mideast analysts suspect Syria is using the Israel border demonstrations as a tool to divert attention from the uprisings threatening President Assad's regime.
A group of young farmers from America is working to bring awareness to Israel's land and it's biblical significance.
Israeli officials said they're hopeful peace would prevail on the northern and southern borders Sunday when Palestinians mark 'Naksa Day.'
As Israelis commemorate the Jewish state's 1967 recapture of Jerusalem, Palestinian leaders continue to wrestle the decades-old victory.
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill used Jerusalem Day to promote legislation that would recognize Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel.
Hamas expressed disappointment over the number of people permitted to enter Egypt through the Rafah crossing.
The third annual Jerusalem Festival of Light is just two weeks away. The week-long celebration in the Old City is scheduled for June 15-22.