Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Israel would not allow Iran to make Syria its "forward operating base." Israel, he said, has "absolute freedom of action" when it comes to security.
Following Monday's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Sochi, Turkey's Islamist President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on the U.S. and Russia to withdraw their troops from Syria.
Forty-five elderly Holocaust survivors celebrated his or her Bar/Bat Mitzvah Monday morning at the Kotel (Western Wall) in Jerusalem's Old City.
Palestinian Authority Police Chief Hazem Atallah says the P.A. has renewed security cooperation with Israel, but he doesn't see how the most recent Fatah-Hamas reconciliation can work without Hamas disarming.
Some described Monday's Knesset program honoring Christian Zionist volunteers as extraordinary. Coming on the heels of last month's Christian Media Conference it seemed to add new momentum to the government's effort to strengthen ties with Christians.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu offered condolences, prayer and hope in response to Tuesday's terror attack in Manhattan, which left eight dead and more than a dozen wounded.
The Ministerial Legislative Committee will vote Sunday on a bill to annex 19 "settlements" to the Jerusalem municipality. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu supports the measure, which if passed will be voted on by the Knesset before becoming law.
Hezbollah praised the defeat of Kurdish troops in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk, calling it a victory over the Trump administration and Israel, the Jerusalem Post reported on Monday.
More than 130 international journalists and media people wrapped up the first-ever Christian Media Conference Wednesday evening in Jerusalem.
CBN CEO Gordon Robertson introduced "In Our Hands: the Battle for Jerusalem" to more than 100 international Christian journalists at Israel's first-ever, government-sponsored Christian Media Conference Tuesday.