July 2012 Headlines
Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity was recently declared an endangered World Heritage Site in "Palestine," a move Israelis call a bid to de-legitamize Israel.
With the Tal Law set to expire on August 1, Haredi Jews theoretically may be drafted for compulsory military duty from Wednesday on.
Against the backdrop of Jerusalem's Old City, Mitt Romney appeared to take a clear position on a longstanding international controversy, while also affirming Israel on Iran.
P.A. chief negotiator Saeb Erekat said Romney's statement that Jerusalem is Israel's capital is "harmful to U.S. interests."
An Israeli Arab Knesset member, Haneen Zoabi, is blaming her own country, Israel, for the terror attack in Bulgaria two weeks ago.
Family members of those killed in the 1972 Munich Massacre are outraged over the International Olympic Committee's rejection of a moment of silence honoring their slain loved ones.
Mitt Romney will arrive in Israel as the nation begins observing Tisha B’av, a somber day of fasting, mourning and repentance.
For the man representing Palestinian Olympic hopefuls, a moment of silence to honor their memory is cause for "divisiveness" and "racism."
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak alluded to a possible military strike on Iran if sanctions don't work.
Iran says Israel carried out last week's suicide bombing in Burgas that killed five Israelis, the Bulgarian bus driver and injured 36 others.
The European Union says it will not label Hezbollah a terror group at this time due in part to its involvement in the political process.
It has been a little over two years since the confrontation between Israeli naval commandos and pro-Palestinian Turkish activists aboard the ill-fated Mavi Mamara.
Two hospitals in Switzerland have suspended infant male circumcision, following a ruling by a German court banning the procedure.
The U.S. State Department condemned new findings by an official Israeli committee, which determined it's legal to establish Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria under international law.
The new Egyptian government under Islamist President Mohammed Morsi is already making some dramatic changes.
Families of Israeli Druze students studying in Damascus appealed to the International Red Cross to help their children leave the Syrian capital and return to Israel.
Last week's terror attack in Bulgaria, which killed five Israelis and injured 36, convinced the Israeli government to launch a counter-offensive against Hezbollah.
Hezbollah is building its forces in Lebanon and that's raising tension at the country's border with Israel.
Just after midnight Thursday, the last plane from Bulgaria brought the bodies of five Israeli tourists killed in Wednesday's terror attack.
Israel is warning of a forceful response against Iranian terrorism after five Israelis on holiday were killed in a terrorist bomb attack in Bulgaria on Wednesday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked thousands of Christians meeting in Washington, D.C., for supporting Israel.
Hezbollah chief Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah praised the Syrian government in a speech marking the sixth anniversary of the Second Lebanon War in the summer of 2006.
Thirty-two Israelis injured in Wednesday's suicide bombing in Bulgaria landed at Ben Gurion International Airport Thursday afternoon.
An explosion rocked a bus full of Israeli tourists in Bulgaria Wednesday, killing at least seven people and wounding more than 30.
Israeli Knesset members were shocked when they opened up a package in their mailboxes: the annotated Hebrew Bible, including the New Testament.
The Kadima Party voted to quit the government Tuesday, ending the nine-week-old unity coalition. Kadima will return to the opposition, leaving Likud with a slim majority.
Christians in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip are taking a public stand against forced conversion to Islam.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she hopes that Cairo will be committed to the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty.
Supporters of Israel continue to press U.S. leaders on standing with the Jewish state against Iran, rising anti-semitism, and other threats.
A senior Palestinian Authority official arrested three weeks ago for collaborating with Israel died after falling from the third floor of a building in Ramallah.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived in Israel late Sunday for a 24-hour visit, the first since September 2010.
The conflict between Muslims in Syria is a civil war you aren't hearing about and the most brutal battle in the world right now.
Israeli and U.S. officials convened the semi-annual Strategic Dialogue Thursday at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem.
Syria's ambassador to Iraq became the first diplomat to defect from President Bashar Assad's regime in the past two weeks.
Iran continues to develop its short-and long-range missiles -- now more accurate and deadly than ever, the Pentagon said in a report submitted to Congress.
A Gaza-based terrorist opened fire with a heavy machine gun earlier this week, damaging two civilian cars parked outside a restaurant.
In a first of its kind case, a former Israeli prime minister was found guilty of breach of trust on Tuesday but was acquitted in two other cases.
Obama has invited Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi to meet with him, signaling a shift in support for the group once considered a terrorist organization by the U.S.
Newly elected Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi ordered parliament to reconvene, reversing last month's order to dissolve the legislature and hold new elections.
It's a commandment, as simple as that: 'Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy.'
Pakistanis stormed a police station in the city of Bahawalpur Tuesday, dragging a man outside where they beat him to death and burned his body.
Suha Arafat, widow of former PLO chairman Yasser Arafat, is convinced her husband's death resulted from "a criminal scheme."
Concern about Islamic radicalism in Egypt surfaced with the stabbing death of a university student while his girlfriend looked on.
How do you connect the next generation with the scriptures? One Army chaplain believes bringing ancient Bible heroes to life with 21st century media can do the job.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu marked America's Independence day with a greeting to the nation.
Dozens of Syrian army officers and their families defected to Turkey Monday night.
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney plans to visit Israel this summer, the New York Times reported Monday.
More than 150 suspects are being held in the Palestinian Authority's Jericho prison in what's being reported as a government crackdown against crime and corruption.
A synagogue dating to the late Roman period is being uncovered in the Galilee a few miles west of Capernaum and Migdal.
When disaster strikes, teamwork and training can mean the difference between life or death.
Iran said it's working on missiles that can penetrate Israel's high-tech air defense systems.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir died over the weekend at the age of 96.