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Archaeological Exhibition in Druze Village Tells Story of 6,500 Year Old Burial Cave

The Peki'in exhibition displays ritual objects, flint tools, beads, and stone coffins reflecting the burial customs of the people who inhabited the country 6,500 years ago, their beliefs and their spiritual lives.

Israeli Park Rangers Rescue Storm-Beached Female Turtle

"I ran fast over there, despite the sandstorm and the rain on the beach, and when I got to her, I thought she was dead."
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Watch: Storms and Floods in Israel

According to Israel's meteorological service forecast, the weather will continue to be stormy, and until Saturday afternoon there is fear of flooding in the eastern streams.

Israeli Minister Asking 5 US Governors to Sanction Airbnb

"I ask you to speak out against the Airbnb decision, and take any other relevant step, including measures relating to the commercial relations between the company and your state and state employees."

El Al Airlines Being Sued by Passengers Over ‘Horror Flight’

The plane departed NYC hours later than planned and then was forced to land in Athens to avoid desecrating the Sabbath.

El Al to Launch Investigation Into ‘Horror Flight LY 002’

"The committee will present its results and recommendations soon and afterwards, I will make decisions on the topic."

LY 002 Passengers Claim: Pilot and El Al Lied about Erev Shabbat Flight

"In order to get them to sit down, the pilot announced that we were returning to the gate and to please sit. He then drove and took off ... Lies."

El Al Flight #LY008 Skips Rome, Races Home to Israel

The decision was reached in consultation with El Al's medical officer and rabbi, and together with the permission of Israel's Chief Sephardic Rabbi.

Thousands Flocking to Hebron for Shabbat Chayei Sarah

The atmosphere of Shabbat Hebron is festive and suffused with a sense of purpose.
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Israeli Sports Minister Miri Regev Visits Mosque in United Arab Emirates

Culture and Sports Minister Miri Regev was invited by an official representative of United Arab Emirates to an official visit at the Sheikh Zayed...

Watch: Southern Rivers Overflowing as Israeli Winter Starts in Earnest

The Israel Nature and Parks Authority on Thursday issued flood warning and safety rules in light of the weather forecast which predicts floods in the country's southern and eastern rivers.

Landing Patterns at Ben Gurion Airport Changed Due to Security

There has been no change in flight schedules and no significant delays are expected.

First-Ever International Tourism Security Summit Kicks Off In Jerusalem

Security is the “elephant in the room” for the tourism sector.

Israeli Tourism Figures Continue to Surge

Some 3.1 million tourists visited Israel between January and September.
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The Bibi Syndrome: Iranians Take Selfies with Exposed Nuclear Facility

Iranians who had watched his speech have been flocking to the site in the Iranian capital, to take selfies.

A First: Sukkah at UK Foreign Office in London

The sukkah was erected by a group of foreign office employees from various departments and diverse backgrounds, which is dedicated to promoting religion and faith.

Haifa U to Award Honorary Doctorate to Chancellor Merkel

Throughout her years in office, Merkel strengthened the friendship between Germany and Israel.
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Singapore Shofar Blowers at Beit Guvrin National Park

Recently, the park received a facelift, with the launch of a new compound in the northern part of the park known as the City of the Bnei Horin (Heb: free people).

Iran Holding 155 Mile Ultramarathon in Hottest Spot on Earth

In 2005, the Lut Desert registered a temperature of 70.7°C, or 159.26° F.

Israel’s High-Speed Train Off to Slow Start, But Free Rides Abound Starting Next Week

"I have always believed that it is possible to link Jerusalem to the national railway network and not via the old Turkish route that I rode on as a boy and a youth."

Traveler’s Alert: Flight Delays Expected in Israel

Flight paths in the area around Cyprus are being altered, affecting the international lanes to and from Israel.

Million Dollar Scam Exposed in Sale of Flights to Uman

The two suspects, from the Haredi towns of Beitar Ilit and Beit Shemesh, are owners of the Europnim travel agency, through which they sold the allegedly forged tickets.

Slow Going with More Delays on High-Speed Jerusalem-Tel Aviv Railway Line

"The dream of half an hour from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem during Sukkot is over."

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