The U.S. was not given any warning before air strikes in Syria against what Western and Israeli officials say were weapons headed for Hezbollah militants.
As President Obama visits Israel, he ought to wake up to the real threat. That threat has nothing to do with Israel and everything to do with advancing Islam.
With Passover just three weeks away, the timing of a massive infestation of locusts in Egypt is striking many Israelis as downright biblical.
There has never been an archaeological discovery in Israel that has disproved the Bible. Not one. And since archaeology constantly confirms biblical truth, what the Bible says about Jesus and his redemptive life, death and resurrection is also true.
President Obama is planning his first trip to Israel since taking office in 2008. The trip is planned for the spring but the White House has not yet released the date or details about the itinerary.
Nothing to worry about, Hagel indicated, when it comes down to previous comments about the Pentagon needing to be "pared down," his opposition to a U.S. missile defense system, his support of eliminating nuclear weapons, his long history of opposing sanctions on Iran, and of course his reference to "the Jewish lobby."
A new poll from the Arab World Research and Development shows that the vast majority of Palestinians believe the best way to handle Israel and achieve independence is armed force.
Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood offshoot in Gaza, celebrated its 25th anniversary over the weekend, and hundreds of thousands gathered in what some called the biggest rally in the history of Gaza to hear Hamas' political leader, Khaled Meshaal. He used the opportunity to pledge Israel's destruction.
Six months after the Obama administration said it was "committed" to involving Israel in its flagship international counter-terrorism initiative, there has evidently been little progress, and the State Department indicated Wednesday it was still trying.
Britain and France threatened to recall their ambassadors after Israel announced plans to build on land Palestinian Arabs claim as part of a future Palestinian state.
Palestinians in the West Bank and Hamas-controlled Gaza celebrated Thursday's historic vote by the United Nations General Assembly to recognize the Palestinian Authority as a non-member state, but Israel maintained that the vote would make peace talks and negotiations even tougher.
The Vatican hailed the United Nations' implicit recognition of a Palestinian state on Thursday and called for an internationally guaranteed special status for Jerusalem, something bound to be received negatively by Israel.
The 193-member U.N. General Assembly on Thursday overwhelmingly voted to approve a resolution to upgrade the Palestinian Authority's observer status at the United Nations from "entity" to "non-member state," implicitly recognizing a Palestinian state.
More than 100 anti-Israel demonstrations have been held in the United States following Israel's military operation in Gaza, with more than one-third on college campuses.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak abruptly announced Monday that he was leaving politics and would not run in parliamentary elections in January.
Even though Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has announced an Israel-Gaza ceasefire, it’s apparent that Gaza still holds many traps for Israel.
After a deadly eight-day conflict, Israel and Gaza militants agreed to a ceasefire effective Wednesday evening, Egypt's foreign minister announced at a press conference.
Iran has supplied military aid to the Islamist group Hamas in Gaza, Iran's parliament speaker said Wednesday.
Masked gunmen publicly shot dead six suspected collaborators with Israel in a large Gaza City intersection Tuesday. Hamas' military wing claimed responsibility, saying the six were killed because they gave Israel information about fighters and rocket launching sites.
More than 100,000 tourists are currently in Israel and touring the country. According to Israel's Ministry of Tourism, the country has not yet found mass cancellations or departures.