Israel’s Supreme Court on Monday presented a potential compromise to a contentious battle over homes in the eastern Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah, where dozens of Palestinian residents face the threat of eviction.
It’s been said the Dead Sea Scrolls are a priceless link to the Bible’s past and the greatest archaeological discovery of the 20th century. They provide a vital key to understanding the Bible and the Jewish world at the time of Jesus.
The US, Britain and Israel are all blaming Iran for a deadly attack on an Israeli-managed ship off the coast of Oman.
Rabbis from North America visited Israel recently on a mission to support the Jewish state as well as meet with Israel’s new leaders and understand developments in the country. Though the rabbis and Jewish educational leaders have been to Israel many times in the past, this is their first trip back in 18 months since the COVID-19 pandemic hit. And a lot has changed.
Israeli troops shot and killed a 20-year-old Palestinian man on Thursday during a funeral for a boy killed by Israeli soldiers the previous day, Palestinian health officials said.
Idit Harel Segal was turning 50, and she had chosen a gift: She was going to give one of her own kidneys to a stranger.
Israel will begin giving booster shots of the coronavirus vaccine to individuals above the age of 60 next week.
An article I wrote last week about misleading inaccuracies in the recent Israeli film, “Til Kingdom Come,” received wide interest from Jews and Christians alike.
A historic 3-way kidney transplant between Israel and the United Arab Emirates is underway.
It was just 72 hours after the Champlain Towers South in Surfside, Florida, collapsed that a small team with the Israeli Defense Forces arrived on American soil to aid in what was — at the time — a search and rescue mission.