“Had the disaster not occurred, I would have never been living here; the tragedy triggered the change in my life..."
We will continue bringing tourists to Israel, even when the tourism industry is in decline,” Birthright CEO Gidi Mark said of the free 10-day trips for Jews ages 18-26.
“All the News to Print that Fits Our Agenda”
A fundraising campaign started quietly by two first graders two years ago to help find a cure for a rare genetic disease just passed the $1 million mark.
Russia is one of Israel’s primary exports market, with produce amounting to 30 percent of all exports.
Bayit Yehudi, or its predecessor, the Mafdal party, hasn't held the Education Minister's portfolio since 1999.
Hamas is back to its old tricks of blaming rival – or cooperative – terrorists for attacking Israel.
Greek Jewish cemetery vandalized, graffiti called for "six million more."
Intelligence is Israel’s most significant deterrence against terror.
Police said on Nov, 18: “One way to cope with the recent wave of attacks…is not to return the bodies to the families.”
The left are using one officer's alleged crimes, to go after a different officer they dislike.
After narrowing missing in the last elections, Michael Ben-Ari is trying to make a comeback and represent the "real right-wing" in Israel.
In operation Protective Edge, infantry and armored units worked side-by-side. A new training program hopes to integrate them even better on the battlefield.
It takes an average of 140 monthly salaries to buy a home. Ariel plans to lower that down to 85.
United Synagogue Youth teen board members are told ban is lifted on dating non-Jews, but "important" to date within the faith.
The latest edition of Al Qaeda's online magazine urges lone wolf attacks on US airlines.
The Flemish Minister for Animal Welfare Ben Weyts has reversed his call for a ban on Jewish ritual slaughter in Belgium.
Ambassador Michael Oren is the first person to join Moshe Kachlon's new political party, Kulanu.
Israel issued a grim warning to Gaza's ruling Hamas terrorists Wednesday over an attack that led to a major clash.
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