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Devastation: Images from this Week’s Raging Fires

The Damage Caused by a Forest Fire in the Arab Town of Arara in northern Israel

Watch: Israeli Commandos Rescue Ship in Distress

A foreign trade ship sailing from Turkey that was docking off Israel’s northern shore sent a message of distress.

Hebron Banners Call Out ‘Breaking the Silence’ Lies

"This organization has been repeatedly caught lying and we will continue to expose their lies for all to see."

Ben Gurion Arrivals/Departures Board Lists Tonight’s Moon Landing

IAI BRSHT to destination ירח (moon) is expected to arrive there at 10 PM local time. Arrival status is marked as not final.

On Holiday’s Eve, Western Wall Stones Inspected for Stability, Notes to God Removed

A greater than normal amount of stone and plaster particles were removed from between the stones during this inspection.

Judaean Desert Looks Majestic in Winter, Too

The Dead Sea has a weaker UVB radiation, and the air has a higher oxygen content as compared to oxygen concentration at sea level.

Meet Zili, the Belgian Shepherd Who Captured Ori Ansbacher’s Murderer

"I heard barking and realized that he had located the terrorist and overpowered him, so that he won't run away."

Roseanne Buddies with Miri Regev in Old City Streets

Anyone out there wants to start a petition? Draft Roseanne to the Knesset?

Sorry, Christians, No Baptism Today – Too Much Water in Jordan River

The baptism site, a.k.a. Qasr el Yahud (Castle of the Jews in Arabic), is the official name of a baptism site in the Jordan River Valley in Samaria.

It’s Good to Be the President: Rivlin Received in Paris by Honor Guard, Military...

The Hôtel national des Invalides is the burial place of Napoleon Bonaparte.

Ten Dolphins Visited Eilat Then Crossed Over to Egypt Without Incident

The false killer whale has been known to approach and offer fish it has caught to humans diving or boating.

Austria’s Chancellor Kurz Awarded ‘Navigator of Jerusalem’ Prize

“We are delighted that Austria-Israel relations are blossoming today under the Chancellor’s leadership."

Remembering Prime Minister Golda Meir

"She led the nation decisively and firmly ... I must praise her."

Israel’s Medal of Valor Awarded to Ari Fuld, HY’D, Country’s Highest Civilian Honor for...

The Medal of Valor is the highest decoration the Public Security Minister is entitled to grant for an act of supreme heroism with the utmost trepidation.

Sweetest Gesture Ever

A European Jew and an American Jew are arguing...

Nature Preserve Turtles Victims of Gazan Fire Balloons

The Beeri Forest used to be a rolling landscape of hills and fields in the Besor region south of Saad Junction in the Negev.

New Sefer Torah Donated in Memory of Ari Fuld, HY”D [photos]

Members of the Fuld family wrote the last words of the Sefer Torah.

It’s Happening!

A construction crane is at the Kotel.

Jerusalem Hangs US Flags Outside-In

The United States is deadly serious about the respect it dedicates to its national flag, and the US government has issued volumes of detailed instructions regarding every aspect of their management and display.

The Secret Operation Revealed a Decade Later

IDF operational details from Operation Out of the Box which destroyed a Syrian nuclear reactor in 2007.

Watch the Disappearing Reporter Act

Segal tried to maneuver away – with limited success.

European Weather Brings Israelis Gales, Flooding, Snow

Israel's Thursday weather is expected to continue to be particularly wintry.

Sites of the Maccabees

The sites of the Maccabbees fill up Judea and Samaria.

Jerusalem’s Old City Lit Up with American and Israeli Flags

In anticipation and in honor of President Trump's upcoming announcement on Jerusalem, the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem have been lit up with American and Israeli flags.

14-Year-Old Girl Rescued from 8 Meter Deep Pit

The girl was trapped underground for 8 hours until rescue workers found her.
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PM Netanyahu Dons Yarmulke to Quote Genesis for UNESCO’s Benefit

'Against UNESCO's denial, Israel will present to the world the historical truth and the Jewish People's deep connection – of thousands of years – to Hebron.'

Jerusalem’s New Aquarium

Jerusalem's new aquarium, located in the Biblical Zoo, opened this week.

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