UNESCO has adopted the controversial resolution advanced by the Palestinian Authority obliterating the historic link between Judaism and Jerusalem's holy sites.
The chief of UNESCO has been threatened because she knows the truth: one cannot erase Jewish history from Jerusalem.
A Jewish professor of economics has won half of this year's Nobel Prize in Economics.
Israeli scientists have discovered that microalgae can produce massive amounts of clean energy.
In the course of treatment, researchers found that mice which exhibited disoriented behavior became able to locate a submerged island in the middle of an artificial pond.
One of the three scientists who won the 2016 Nobel Prize in physics is Jewish.
Researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev discover a unique evolutionary signature in genes associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
The governor of Maryland is heading a week-long trade mission to Israel from his state.
For the first time ever, Israel is hosting the OECD Global Education Industry Summit.
An entire Canadian island was involved in evacuating all students from schools due to a threat.
Israeli and American researchers have found an important link to a treatment that prevents breast cancer metastasis.
Only 15% of the Jews asked are married to a non-Jew. But wait, don't celebrate yet: only 35% are married to a Jew, either from birth or a convert, and a full 49% are not married.
The lingering impact of the Holocaust on second-generation survivors.
Every year, hundreds from academia and industry return to Israel, fulfilling a desire to come back home and find employment appropriate to their education and skills.
The course learning objectives made it clear that a key goal of the class was to encourage students to accept unquestioningly the false and defamatory idea that Israel is an illegitimate settler colonial state.
Honenu says police used threats against the minors who were being interrogated, and refused to inform their parents.
A petition to "Stop Quebec Bill 59" says the bill "criminalizes criticism of Islam and anything considered an Islamic practice (Honor killings, honor rape, female genital mutilation, female oppression, and beating of wives and children)."
"In a busy school, this student did go to a respected staff member said 'is this OK?' and the staff member said 'yes,'" the principal explained.
The one-meter thick layer of droppings that was found leaves no room for doubt that donkeys, sheep and goats lived there in antiquity.
Advocates, lawmakers and educators are banding together to call for Halal and Kosher lunch options for students in New York City public schools.