When terrorists sent fire kites and balloons across the border from Gaza to burn Israel, the Emergency Volunteer Project stepped in to help. EVP rallied dozens of American firefighters as volunteers to work with Israel to battle the blazes.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu' will enter self-quarantine after one of his aides tested positive for coronavirus.
Far from its position as the center of the world, Jerusalem is actually the poorest city in Israel. It’s also the largest and possibly the most complex, said Jerusalem Deputy Mayor Fleur Hassan-Nahoum. That also means that it could be the hardest hit economically by the fallout from the coronavirus.
The streets of Jerusalem's iconic Old City are eerily quiet as authorities work hard to contain the deadly COVID-19 outbreak.
If you ever had a serious medical emergency in Israel, chances are the first people on the scene ready to save your life is United Hatzalah – Israel’s volunteer medical service that has an average response time of three minutes or less.
More than a billion people are now in some sort of isolation, quarantine or restricted movement. But perhaps the most vulnerable are those in prison for their faith and perhaps the most dangerous place for persecuted Christians during this global pandemic is in Iran. Lela Gilbert chronicles their plight and particularly one courageous Christian in this disturbing but also inspiring report.
Israel’s national air carrier El Al has canceled all of its regular flights for the next 10 days due COVID-19. But it’s still on a special mission commissioned by the government.
As the world battles the coronavirus pandemic, disinformation about COVID-19 thrives on the internet. It includes a dangerous blame game and some are pointing the finger at history’s main scapegoat, the Jewish people.
As of Friday morning, 3,035 Israeli have tested positive for COVID-19 as the death toll continues to rise. Israel’s Soroka Medical Center reported on Friday morning that a 93-year-old man died, bringing the death toll up to 10.
In one of the biggest turnarounds in Israel’s Political History, Benny Gantz of the Blue and White Party has reportedly agreed to join a national unity government with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.