The ibex is a kind of wild goat whose biblical Hebrew name is ya'el.
Israel's Ultra-Orthodox are helping those in need during the coronavirus crisis.
Here's to the crowded scenes of the future!
The Western Wall Heritage Foundation has carried out a site cleaning operation, taking advantage of the sudden lull in visitors
The focus is on neighborhoods with a lot of violations of the coronavirus health regulations.
Coronavirus or not, Pesach is coming and people need Matza to eat.
The bottom line, said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, is still, "Stay at home!"
All around Israel, the country is being cleaned before the upcoming Passover holiday, like never before in history.
Jerusalem's night life under Coronavirus.
"And for the Jews there was light and happiness and joy . . . "
The Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest archive offers several Purim-related images.
Naturally, the moon and the sun came to a standstill in the sky, causing the solar system to disperse across the galaxy, on account of those pesky laws of Newton.
Killer whales feature strongly in the mythologies of indigenous cultures, with their reputation ranging from being the souls of humans to merciless killers.
I am so grateful to Oded Sahar of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority for these images. I could stare at them for hours.
Whether you're in Venice at the mask festival, flying to Rome, waiting at Ben Gurion Airport, or even in Har Gilo, wearing a mask is in.
In Efrat, students recreated the Gush Katif human chain protest.
Soldiers from Battalion 51 of the Golani brigade take part in a training drill in the city of Tzfat on February 12, 2020.
According to the Book of Revelation in the Christian Bible, Megiddo (Armageddon) is the prophesied location of a gathering of armies for a battle during the end times.
The 150 soldiers and police officers demolished two, count them, two, structures, one of which had been home to a young couple and their baby.
In my humble opinion, one can gain half a pound by just looking at these images, they're so delicious.
Over the weekend, Israelis flocked to the western Negev, to grab an eyeful of the annual miracle of the return of the Kalaniot – the red Anemone which paint the desert red each winter after the big rains.
New signs have been posted for hikers in Israel's south, to watch out for balloon bombs.
Sadly, this expression of boundless patriotic joy remained a tiny island of light in an otherwise dark sea of doubt, misgivings and outright hostility – and that's Israeli Jews.
The market is open every day of the week except Shabbat, and sells mostly food but also home accessories and flowers.
The protest was against the arrest of a Haredi draft dodger.
The current water level is 2.59 meters higher than the lower red line.
Israel and especially the Golan have had a whole lot of rain in January, but for the Coprinus mushroom (דיואית) this is actually the end of the season.
There are probably Republicans in the picture, too, but Bibi is crowded up by Democrats, three of whom are members of the tribe.
Despite all the cold emanating from the weather report, I chose to share with you the rainbow pictures we received from the Israel Nature and Parks Authority this morning.
"Just as the more income tax you pay, the more profit you made, likewise, the more wine you pour out, the more wine you made."