With disturbing, new waves of antisemitism continuing to rage around the globe, a group of celebrities have come together to sound the alarm and combat the issue.
JERUSALEM – An Israeli team heads to Qatar today for more talks on a hostage deal as intense fighting continues in Gaza and along the northern border. Hezbollah has kept up its rocket attacks and suicide drones against northern Israel and Israel is striking back.
Earlier, we ran a story about a remarkable Bedouin Arab family who suffered, along with Israelis, during the murder, kidnapping, and mayhem perpetrated by Hamas on October 7th. Watch an extended interview with one member of the family, Bashir Alzayadni.
On October 7th last year, Hamas took scores of hostages, including Israeli Jews, Israeli Arabs and foreign workers. Among them, members of one heroic family also suffered that tragic day. Bashir Alzayadni, a Bedouin Arab and a law student, saw his life turned upside down by the events last fall.
Hostage talks are set to start again. But Israel is drawing a hardline: either Hamas frees those hostages by Ramadan or the IDF will smash the terrorists' last stronghold in Rafah during the Muslim Holy month. This as sickening details continue to spill out about Hamas' brutal sexual assaults against Israeli women on October 7th.
Israelis were met with a terror attack outside Jerusalem, missiles near Eilat, and an escalation along the northern border on Thursday morning. All of this happened as the Israeli government says ‘no’ to an imposed Palestinian state.
Experts warn a significant drop in support for Israel among young U.S. evangelicals marks a potential turning point in the longstanding relationship between these allied groups.
JERUSALEM, Israel – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said no form of pressure can compel Israel to cease its military operations in Gaza before achieving its set goals, including the release of hostages, even as fighting persists in Gaza and Northern Israel despite international calls for a ceasefire
Israel released video of the youngest Hamas-held hostage and his family on Monday, saying they are concerned for their well-being and calling on the world to demand their release, while the International Court of Justice continued with proceedings against Israel's right to live in its biblical heartland.
CBN News sat down recently with former CBN News reporter Erick Stakelbeck, now an analyst, host and commentator with TBN. Stakelbeck has covered events in the Middle East for years, and with the region at a critical juncture during war time, we asked him about what he sees ahead for Israel and its neighbors.