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.
Did you know giraffes are kosher?
In the 19th century, an Arab village called Majdal Tzadek was established on the site, named after the local ruler Tzadik Gama'ini.
Rest in peace, brave and kind friend.
The second vaccine will be given to all residents and employees of senior accommodations throughout the country.
Flying the flag.
On Friday, the NY Times praised Israel's unparalleled record in vaccinating its people.
Amphibious beach landings, drones, rockets... everything you need for a large-scale terror attack.
Israel has introduced drive-thru balloting and other special voting set-ups to service voters who are unwell or who are under quarantine.
“It’s our wish . . . to provide all eligible voters with the opportunity to vote, but we will do this while taking all possible precautions to safeguard the public’s health."
It's not quite normalcy in the outdoor Mamilla mall in Jerusalem, but there are people walking around and shopping... at least until the coming lockdown.
The first Hebrew city's reputation as a hub of outdoor activity has been bolstered in the age of Corona.
Rabbi Elimelech Firer's message to the public: Get vaccinated!
Later, after dark, the president lit six Chanukah candles with the men and women of the Valleys Brigade at Metzukei Dragot.
An old, heavy coffee-table transformed into a beautiful dreidel-shaped menorah stand now sits not far from the bimah at the shul where, one year ago, a terrorist stormed into the house of the community’s Rabbi hoping to kill as many Jews as he could.
Some brave soul in Tehran hung up a banner across a main road in Tehran...