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Ari Fuld at the Western Wall, Photo, FB

"Pay-to-slay" in action. The family of the teenage murderer of American-Israeli Ari Fuld is set to receive about $400 a month for the next three years from the Palestinian Authority.

Blowing the shofar in Jerusalem

The United Nations is often known for singling out Israel for condemnation. But oddly enough in recent years, it's adopted some Jewish practices.

Ari Fuld, Photo, Facebook

Israel is mourning the death of one of its national heroes, murdered Sunday at a mall near the Gush Etzion Junction, about a 20-minute drive south of Jerusalem.

Operation Good Neighbor. Commander comforts a Syrian baby. Photo, IDF

JERUSALEM, Israel – The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) announced it is ending its Good Neighbor mission, which delivered tons of food, fuel and other necessities to war-ravaged Syria. “After two years of complex, wide ranging and extensive humanitarian aid, which has helped thousands of Syrian civilians, the ‘Good Neighbor’ Command has ended its activities,” the IDF said in a statement. The move comes after Syrian President Bashar Assad’s troops regained control in southern Syria – an area that was held by rebel groups over the past seven years. CBN News reported on the Good Neighbor project several times, including joint work of the IDF with Evangelical Christian Ministries of Frontier Alliance International and Friend Ships, Camp Ichay.

PLO Office in DC, Photo, CBN News

September 13 marks 25 years since Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization signed the Oslo Accords on the White House lawn.  Under the watchful eye of then US President Bill Clinton, then Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, Foreign Minister and Oslo architect Shimon Peres and PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat cheerfully signed the pages of the document that was supposed to pave the way to peace.  And, meanwhile, the U.S. and European Union have given billions of dollars and euros to fund most areas of Palestinian government and institutions without asking anything in return… until now.  President Trump first applied pressure when he declared Jerusalem Israel’s capital and moved the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in May.  Then, last week Trump cut funding to the United Nations body responsible for Palestinian refugees (UNRWA), and now he’s ordered the closure of the PLO offices in Washington.  

Dr. Mike Evans, founder of Friends of Zion Museum, Photo, CBN News

A day at the Friends of Zion Museum in Jerusalem seems like a day at the Israeli Foreign Ministry, FOZ founder Mike Evans says.

Natan Sharansky, Photo, CBN News

Retiring head of the Jewish Agency and former Soviet refusenik Natan Sharanksky tells CBN's Scott Ross how Jews who've immigrated to Israel from many different cultures are becoming one people with one vision


The Trump administration plans to close the Palestinian Liberation Organization office in Washington D.C. and threatens sanctions against the International Criminal Court (ICC) if it pursues any investigations against Israel, the U.S., or other allies.

UNRWA Textbook Hails Terrorist Dalal Mughrabi as a Role Model

Critics of UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency) say its education system could be encouraging a new generation of terrorists.  

Iranian Currency Exchange, Photo, AP Video

Growing tension between Iran and the United States could be leading to a possible showdown. The latest came when Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called US sanctions against Iran's oil industry, "the frontlines of confrontation."