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Your eyes saw far ahead, while your feet covered great distances on the landscape of Jewish and Zionist history.
A kind of Jerusalem fever gripped much of the world from about 1000 to 1400. Across three continents, thousands made their way to the Holy City—from Jewish, Christian, and Islamic traditions alike.
Some of the funds are designated for encouraging entrepreneurship among new immigrants from France, Belgium, and Ukraine.
Thousands of Jews from around Israel and elsewhere will sing and dance their way around the Old City's gates.
The alert guards stopped a major terror attack from succeeding.
Naturally, when MK Odeh speaks of two states, he really means four states: three purely Arab — Jordan, the PA and Gaza, and one 20% Arab — Israel.
More proof that Jews lived in the Land of Israel for thousands of years, fighting the Romans with heart and soul.
“The Camera Man,” exhibition at the Tower of David Museum in Jerusalem is on display from May 26 — December 12, 2016.
(JNi.media) Her arms stretched to her sides for balance, American slackliner Heather Larsen on Monday walked the tightrope across a narrow, 100 ft. stretch...
Tens of thousands of descendants of the priests of Israel gather each year to bless the Nation worldwide.
The Temple Mount Sifting Project was initiated in response to the illegal removal of tons of earth from the Temple Mount by the Waqf in 1999.
CNN put the UNESCO site at the top of the list, implied Israel it to blame for its being "endangered but failed to mention Jordan's responsibility.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu vowed Sunday at a Jerusalem Day ceremony the Israeli capital would remain undivided "forever."
A special event in Jerusalem on June 3 will mark the first-year anniversary of the Hamas kidnap and murder of 3 Israeli teens.
Chabad-Lubavitch movement emissaries in Israel have a mission to encourage Jews to observe Torah.” They remind the government that negotiating with enemies over borders endangers lives of Israelis.
The next chapter of the award-winning novel.
The sixteenth century Arab historian Mujir Al Din wrote that Rachel’s Tomb was a Jewish holy place.