Flags at the Kotel on Jerusalem Day.
Borodovsky's Plant Nursery & Towel Outlet in the Negev city of Arad hosts a farmer's market for Arava farmers selling fresh organic produce.
Watch the Azaniyat Ha'Negev scaring the daylights out of a poor ostrich.
The Samaritan Passover ceremony on Mount Gerizim was held on Sunday evening.
At the beginning of last month the Gush Etzion Regional Council started the first stages of land development of the area.
IDF soldiers prepare for Memorial Day.
Photos from the Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremonies.
'Oron' comes equipped with an advanced radar system and artificial intelligence (AI).
Even the animals in the zoo are celebrating Pesach, at the Ramat Gan Safari.
The idea for a mass ceremony of the Birkat Cohanim at the Western Wall was initiated by Rabbi Menachem Mendel Geffner in the summer of 1970.
Enlisting fire and water to remove the chametz and bring in the cleanliness of freedom.
We wish all of our readers a joyous and kosher Passover holiday!
Some 120,000 PA Arabs will be vaccinated by Israeli medical teams with Moderna vaccines, which have been allocated by the state, at eight different locations throughout Judea and Samaria.
Flash90's Olivier Fitoussi on Wednesday went out to discover groups of Jerusalemites with and without facemasks shopping and enjoying the restaurants, cafes, and stalls of the Mahane Yehuda Market.
Almost everyone on the busy streets is wearing a facemask, but who can maintain a 6 ft. distance in those busy crowds?
Endangered and locally extinct animals mentioned in the Bible are bred here for possible reintroduction into the Negev desert.
Purim in Israel
“The Western Wall is a unique ecological environment that supports its own life forms.”
Materials derived from oil pollution were found in the autopsy and were transferred for testing.
This year, it appears the snow will stick around only through Thursday night when heavy rains will sweep the streets.
Families with children made plans for snowball fights, snow sculptures and in some more enterprising homes, “snow cones.”
The drivers were trained in the safe operation of the vehicle, driving in off-road conditions, and operating the vehicle with a patient on board.
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The Gush Etzion security department will be able to monitor the springs and warn visitors of any dangers
“The peaks of the Hermon are not snowy all year round, but the threats we face are a constant presence."
As befits a slum, life is not safe in today's Neve Sha'anan, but at last, the locals will be safe from the raging pandemic.
Lots of these magnificent hunters live in the trees around the pools.
View of Lupines blooming at the Lupine Hill, in Emek ha'Ela.
Last summer, the preserve, which boasted a magnificent forest, was destroyed as a result of incendiary balloons that were launched from terrorist squads in the Gaza Strip.
Dozens of residents threw stones and objects at vehicles passing by, and also blocked traffic on the nearby highway using trash bins.