The Smiling Soldier Project: Remembering Elkana Newlander

A tribute to Sergeant First Class (res.) Elkana Newlander, may his memory be for a blessing.

Almond Trees Are Blossoming in Israel a Month ahead of Tu BiShvat

“The warm temperatures trigger the mechanisms of the fragrant and colorful flowering, which is designed to attract pollinators."

Israeli Flag and Hostages’ Portraits Raised in Antarctica

In the wake of the war, the symbolic act of raising the Israeli flag amidst the icy expanses of Antarctica took on heightened significance.

Day 37: IDF Forces Fighting on the Ground in Gaza

New images depicting the IDF infantry and armored units operating in the Gaza Strip.

IDF Kills 20 Terrorists Who Emerge from Tunnel on Gaza Beach

Air Force aircraft that were directed by IDF forces attacked Hamas military buildings, anti-tank positions, observation posts, and military infrastructure along the Gaza coastline. At...

Haredi Lone Soldiers Receive Gift of 4 Species for Sukkot

Over the past few days, the Netzah association distributed 450 fancy four species sets to the Haredi soldiers.

What a Difference a Year Makes in Tel Aviv

You know, the Internet has a very long memory.

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.

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."

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.

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."

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."

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.

Ram Calves Born in Arava Nature Preserve Experience their First Rain

To the brand-new ram calves who until this week had known only sunshine and dry sands, the rain was a wonderful surprise.

Snow, Blocked Roads, Sunken Cars: Meet Winter Storm Barbara

Flash90’s Maor Kinsbursky on Tuesday offered a delightful photo essay. Enjoy!

Blue Box Behind the Greening of Israel Turns 122

Filmmaker Woody Allen confessed to stealing money from the JNF box in his anti-Israel NY Times op-ed many years ago.

Shabbat Chayei Sara 5783 Is Shabbat Hevron, Tents and All

On Cheshvan 24, 5783, November 18, 2022, Jews flock to Hebron to hear the Torah passage about our zeidi’s real estate deal.

KKL-JNF Reveals Rare Archival Photographs on President Chaim Weizmann’s 70th Yahrzeit

Weizmann was a delegate to the Second Zionist Congress of 1898, together with Herzl.

64 Vultures Released into the Wild Ahead of Yom Kippur

“We wish the vultures a long and beautiful life."

United Hatzalah Treats 576 Injuries in Uman over Rosh Hashanah

The injured Hasidim mainly sustained contusions, abrasions, broken bones, shortness of breath, and other moderate and minor injuries.

Motorists Start the Week with Sinkhole Across Tel Aviv’s Major Highway

It was a miracle this happened on Shabbat when traffic in Israel is relatively tame.

See Azerbaijan through the Eyes of an Israeli Photographer

Zislin received an honorable mention at the International Photography Awards 2020 contest in Fine art, Landscapes and Architecture, and Cityscapes.

KKL-JNF Releases Old Maccabiah Images to Celebrate the 2022 Games

The Maccabiah Games were proposed by Yosef Yekutieli in 1929 at the Maccabi World Congress.

Bennett’s Neighbors’ Sigh of Relief: The Nightmare Is Over

175 participants of the Ra’anana Facebook forum attacked the user viciously.

Shrouded in Mystery and Conspiracy Theories, Search for Moishi Kleinerman Nearing Day 100

Earlier on Wednesday, a detainee was brought before the Jerusalem court for a remand to allow police to continue questioning him.

KKL-JNF Releases Images of Past IDF Independence Day Parades

The first IDF parade took place during the 1948 War of Independence, on July 27, 1948, on Allenby and Ben Yehuda Streets in Tel Aviv.

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