A new poll in Israel shows Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu would gain just enough seats to form a government if the election, scheduled for November 1, were held today.
The Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) has announced the discovery of 44 pure gold Byzantine Era coins during an excavation at the historic Banias site, now a national park, in northern Israel. The coins were minted in the 7th Century by Byzantine Emperors Phocas and Heraclius, and were probably hidden before the Muslim Conquest of Palestine in 635 AD.
What began in Tehran as a series of protests over the death of a 22-year-old woman, Masha Amidi, for not wearing her hijab properly, has now become an international cry for regime change.
When the war in Ukraine began seven months ago, thousands of Jews fled to safety in Israel. On Thursday, CBN Israel organized a special event for them near Haifa during the Jewish holidays.
After a two year COVID delay, the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem will host an estimated 2,000 pilgrims in Jerusalem this year for the annual Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot) Celebration in Israel.
This year, Israel's holy days, from Rosh Hashana through Sukkot, will have a strong political undertow running in the background between the two adversaries most likely to be the next prime minister: the current leader, Yair Lapid, and Former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
It is quite a sight to see a group of cattle arriving at Israel’s busy Ben Gurion Airport. A recent delivery of five red heifers from Texas to Israel is causing quite a stir. Talk is growing that their arrival is prophetic, and a prerequisite to the return of the Messiah.
For the first time in more than a decade, an Israeli prime minister has re-committed to a two-state solution with the Palestinians. But his comments didn’t sit well with many Israelis.
Israel is long known for its military’s capability. Given the country’s size and with enemies on all borders, Israel realizes the importance of innovation in defense and sharing knowledge with allies.
Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid met in New York Tuesday with two key Middle East leaders, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Jordan’s King Abdullah.