Pro-Israel Rally in NYC Shows Support for Netanyahu

Prime Minister Netanyahu met with the organizers to express his thanks for their support.

A Brief History of Honey

Honey is mentioned 61 times in the Bible, but in most cases, it is a reference to date honey – except for the story of Samson.

Western Wall Staff Carefully Remove Prayer Notes from Between the Ancient Stones

The removal of the notes is carried out every half-year in accordance with halakhic instructions and using gloves and disposable wooden tools.

58 Israeli Artists Blow Minds in 38 Rooms of Tel Aviv’s Imperial Hotel

I was there Monday night and couldn’t stop firing my camera. These are but a few of the images.

Back to School

It's Labor Day Weekend in the US, but in Israel, it's a real holiday as the kids (Baruch Hashem) have gone back to school.

Elul Zman

Elul Zman at the Kamenitz Yeshiva in Jerusalem.

The New Tel Aviv Light Rail Goes for a Ride

Transportation Minister Miri Regev took the new train for a spin.

Tel Aviv Light Rail to Start Service August 18 after 100 Years’ Interruption

The NTA has been accused of management waste that allegedly included lots of partying.

Watch Black Whip Snake Dying after Trying to Devour a Hedgehog in Shoham

"At the end of the match both the hedgehog and the snake met their deaths in this tragic encounter."


Some lizards hanging out in Eli, in the Binyamin region.

1700 Israelis Gather to Hear the Book of Lamentations on Mt. Herod

Herodion is an ancient Jewish fortress and town, the only site named after King Herod the Great.

Under Robinson’s Arch

Robinson's Arch, on the southern end of the Western Wall.

Battle of Hattin

A reenactment of the Hattin Battle in Horns of Hattin, between the Crusaders and Saladin.

KKL-JNF Presents: Ancient Synagogues You Must Visit on your Israel Vacation

The ancient synagogues tell the Jewish story spanning thousands of years.

It’s Not Autumn Yet, But the First Squills Are Already Popping in Israel

“I hope the images will help cool down the people of Israel a little, ahead of a particularly hot week."

250 Teachers from Around the World Dance the KKL Hora

At the end of the evening, all the delegations returned to the main hall and danced a massive Hora.

It’s Black and White

A man paints Tefillin in his workshop in Meah Shearim.

Photo Essay: Thousands Celebrate at the Tekoa Beer Festival in Gush Etzion

A festive atmosphere, excellent beer, food and a concert by Israeli rock legend Berry Sakharoff, resulted in an incredible summer evening at the Desert Beer Festival in Tekoa.

Enjoying a Serene Weekend in Northern Israel

Israelis flocked to nature reserves and national parks over the weekend to enjoy the beautiful -- albeit hot -- weather in the Jewish State.

Yom Hillula

Jews visit the gravesite of the late Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, during the Yom Hillula.

Efrat School Children Celebrate City’s 40-Year Anniversary

Efrat school children celebrated the event with a march through the community.

Drama Over the Hula Valley

In the last few weeks, Israelis have been surprised with several bouts of thunderstorms, rain and in some cases even hail.

Torah Geniza at the Kotel

A ceremony was held at the Kotel on Wednesday for Sifrei Torah that will be buried in the Geniza on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem.

New Tower of David Museum Reopening Thursday after 3-Year Construction

“No other museum can tell Jerusalem’s story in such a distinctive setting, within the citadel that has witnessed so many events in the city's past."

First Eitan Armored Personnel Carriers Delivered to the Nahal Infantry Brigade

“The Nahal Brigade is proud to be the first in the IDF to receive the Eitan APC."

Dancing at the Western Wall Following Shavuot

Jewish men and boys dance at the Western Wall following prayers at the conclusion of Shavuot.

Jerusalem Day in the Years Just Following the City’s Liberation

KKL-JNF released these photos offering a glimpse of life in Jerusalem in the 1970s, only a few years after the Six-Day War, in honor of Jerusalem Liberation Day.

The Rabbi and the Unicorn

Rav Rimon met Noa Kirel on the plane, on the way back from Eurovision.

Digging a Hole to China

Digging the tunnel for the Tel Aviv Light Rail.

‘Beauty Heroines’ Get a Makeover in Herzliya

A similar event took place in Herzliya on October 25, 2021.


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