The deadline for government's response to the high court's order is next Sunday.
"Sometimes you have to hit a wall, feel the rift, in order to build a new bridge."
If the Palestinian Authority is ignoring the Oslo Accords, why is Israel still moving forward with goodwill gestures to Ramallah?
Military correspondence from the First Temple period was found on the reverse side of a well-studied artifact at The Israel Museum.
No one was in any of the buildings at the time the threats were made.
The EJC applauded European Parliament's decision to endorse International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance definition of anti-Semitism.
Kent Police say they refused to respond because “the informant left the scene and officers deemed there was no further risk."
The new Torah scroll was written within the framework of 'Jerusalem50' -- a project honoring the 50th anniversary of a unified Jerusalem.
"Both our nations know what it means to maintain our identity and freedom even under the threat of foreign powers."
"Showing the youth that they can make a true difference even with limited time, is of utmost importance in empowering the future generation."
"Move the American Embassy to Jerusalem, and formally recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s eternal and undivided capital."
Jerusalem's sacred sites were held hostage for 19 years by Jordan behind a scramble of ugly barbed wire and a stinking pile of garbage.
The sudden change and trauma in her life spurred P. to begin searching for her roots.
“The ties of the Jewish people to this holy land are ancient and eternal. They date back thousands of years, including to King David, whose star now flies proudly on Israel’s flag.”
Dressed modestly and moving quietly, Ivanka Yael Trump placed her hands on the ancient stones, closed her eyes and prayed.
The director of the Western Wall Heritage Foundation showed President Trump and his family during their visit to the site explanatory photos and drawings of the Holy Temples and the Temple Mount.
A true heroine of the State of Israel, Mossad spy code-named 'The Pearl' was tortured in a Lebanese prison during her trial in 1961.
“I say to the world in a calm, clear voice: Jerusalem was and always will be the capital of Israel.”
The two first ladies have less than 15 minutes to talk with medical staff and meet with children in the play area for a joint artistic activity at Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center in Jerusalem.
"There is no other solution to heal this crisis other than privatization of the [kashrut supervision] system."