A new poll finds 61 percent of Egyptians favor abandoning the Egypt-Israel peace treaty, up from 54 percent a year ago.
For the first time in history, artifacts have been discovered from the time of King David that relate to biblical descriptions.
During excavations in the Jewish Quarter after the Six Day War in 1967, archaeologists discovered the ruins of a burnt house.
Israelis contemplate a possible war against Iran with little worry but keen knowledge of what's at stake.
Renovations in Israel are ever far from simple. No one figured a bus station redevelopment would uncover an ancient Byzantine city.
Israel Independence Day (Yom ha-Atzmaut) this year begins on the eve of Wednesday, April 25.
During the first three months of the year, 752,000 tourists came to Israel, representing an all-time high for the first quarter.
On April 14, the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem will host its annual Arabic-language Easter worship service with translation into Hebrew.
As radical Islamic groups are rising to power across the Middle East, many Christians are finding a safe haven in Israel.
More and more Christians are celebrating Passover as they become increasingly aware of their own faith's Jewish background.
Passover is the most anticipated of all Jewish holidays, and also one of the busiest times of year in Israel.
On my last visit to Jericho, I wanted to find the sycamore tree Zacchaeus climbed to see Jesus in Luke 19:1-4.
All at once tragic and beautiful, Naharayim is a tiny strip of land situated between the Jordan and Yarmuk rivers.
One great way to gain new insights into Christ's life, death and resurrection is to get to know the Jerusalem Temple.
The Egyptian parliament voted unanimously Monday to support a document declaring Israel its number one enemy.
The charming village west of Jerusalem is a lush orchard studded with historic churches, picturesque houses and quaint restaurants.
Israel considers various strike options against Iran -- and, whether successful or not, faces international condemnation.
According to a U.S. intelligence official, Israel does not plan to alert the U.S. ahead of time if it decides to strike Iran's nuclear facilities.
The Ella Valley is where David the shepherd felled the Philistine giant Goliath with a single stone flung from his sling.
What did Jerusalem look like in Jesus' days? For most of Christian history, this question remained shrouded in mystery.
Jerusalem Scavenger Hunts aims to provide a window to the living Jewish world for Christians.
Feb. 8 marks the celebration of the beginning of the season when the earliest-blooming trees in Israel begin a new fruit-bearing cycle.
According to the Israel Defense Forces intelligence chief Maj. Gen. Aviv Kochavi, more than 200,000 missiles are aimed at every part of the state.
Israeli facilities around the world are on high alert because of a prediction that Iranian attacks against Jewish targets could increase.
A German Christian and an Israeli Messianic believer take teams of German and Israeli youth on reconciliation missions to Auschwitz.
On Jan. 20, 1942, Nazi leaders met to set in motion their plan to annihilate all Jews in Europe. 70 years later, Christian leaders remember.
According to a recent report from the Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics, Christians have the lowest growth rate among the Israeli population.
Whoever said Christmas only comes once a year does not, obviously, live in Jerusalem.
A small ceramic stamp used to mark bakery produce might not seem significant, but it proves a Jewish community existed in the area in the sixth century.
Egypt's newly elected Islamic-majority parliament has yet to take office, but already says it will never recognize Israel's right to exist.
The U.S. has unfrozen $40 million in aid to the Palestinian Authority, and the Obama administration wants to allocate more.
Nazareth will always be known as the residence of Jesus Christ, but over the last five years the city has become a culinary hotspot.
Most tourists visiting the Old City of Jerusalem use the Jaffa Gate when entering by foot.
While the quaint, historical aspects of the "little town of Bethlehem" enchant tourists each year, the struggle of its occupants is an ongoing saga.
The Christian communities are in full gear in preparing the various Christmas events and celebrations.
Hollywood celebrities and evangelical pastors from the U.S. toured Israel as guests of America's Voices in Israel.
Some 2.1 million Christian tourists will have visited Israel by the end of the year.
It isn't always easy to be a Christian in Jerusalem.
It's one thing to read about biblical sites, but another thing entirely to see them firsthand.
Palestinians are petitioning UNESCO to recognize several Judeo-Christian biblical sites as their own Muslim holy places.