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Pres. Trump is "going to the Western Wall mainly in connection with the theme to connect with three of the world’s great religions."
The winter weather hasn't yet let up in Israel, with snow in the north and rain in the central and southern regions.
The year 2016 has been declared the deadliest of the past five years on Israeli roads, according to the Road Safety Authority.
The Bedouins physically blocked the surveyors, who called the PA Police, and only an IDF intervention prevented what would have become a bloodbath.
Winter rains have arrived on schedule in Israel, reaching from the north to the south, with high winds.
A rock avalanche close to Sodom has caused a salt cave to collapse near Lot's Wife. A family barely made it out in time.
Now that Israelis have discovered oil in the wasteland leading down to the southern end of the Dead Sea, suddenly the Palestinian Authority claims that land too.
Palestinian Authority Activists Sue for Billions from Sheldon Adelson, Pastor John Hagee, Ahava and...
Palestinian Authority activists hope to win billions from US supporters of post-1967 development in Judea and Samaria.
The European Union is behind the illegal construction of numerous Arab structures on Israeli-controlled territory.
Arad Mayor Nisan Ben Hamo was at the International Tourism Expo in Tel Aviv, answering questions about his beautiful city.
The wind is still howling as Israelis slog through the second of a three-day winter storm bringing badly-needed moisture.
Israeli manufacturer Salt of the Earth, a global industry leader in salt and salt-related products, launches Umamix, its new sodium reduction ingredient for hamburgers and processed meat at Fi Europe, Paris, December 1-3.
An Arab resident of the Negev Bedouin town of Kuseifa is arrested for incitement on his Facebook page.
Modern technology has led experts to decipher a burnt scroll as the first chapter of Leviticus.
The terrorist pulled out a handgun and shot at soldiers, who returned fire and critically wounded him.